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Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 18,000 lbs

Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 18,000 lbs

Item # AMSCV-2
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Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch ball mount from Convert-A-Ball. Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 18,000 lbs part number AMSCV-2 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Convert-A-Ball Trailer Hitch Ball Mount - AMSCV-2

  • Fits 2-1/2 Inch Hitch
  • Fixed Ball Mount
  • Drop - 2 Inch
  • Rise - 1 Inch
  • No Ball
  • 18000 lbs GTW
  • Class V
  • Convert-A-Ball
  • Shock Absorbing
  • Steel Shank - Gloss Black
  • 1-1/4 Inch Ball Hole Diameter

Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust.


Features:

  • Ball mount lets you hook up your trailer to your tow vehicle
    • Shank slides into your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Ball platform provides mounting point for hitch ball (sold separately)
  • Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber, reducing bounce and rhythmic vibration
    • Protects tow vehicle's driveline and hitch assembly, as well as trailer's contents
  • Both drop and rise positions available to ensure level towing
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Gross towing weight: 18,000 lbs
  • Tongue weight: 2,000 lbs
  • Length: 12-1/2"
    • 9" From center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole
  • Rise: 3/4" from top of inside of hitch opening
  • Drop: 2" From top of inside of hitch opening
  • Ball hole diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Pin hole diameter: 5/8"
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Dimensions amscv-2

Shock Absorbing Ball Mount

Cutaway views of the ball mount shank showing the polyurethane cushioning

Convert-A-Ball ball mounts are designed with a polyurethane interior that helps to absorb road shock to limit bouncing and vibration while you tow over rough terrain. It also reduces the slamming and banging that occurs during stops and starts. This helps to protect your vehicle's driveline, your hitch assembly, and your trailer's contents while you're towing.


This Convert-A-Ball ball mount meets or exceeds THMAV-5 ratings in all categories and meets SAE standard J-684.


How to Measure Drop on Standard Ball Mount

AMSCV-2 Convert-A-Ball Super Duty Cushioned Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3" Rise, 4" Drop - 18,000 lbs GTW - 2,000 lbs TW





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Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 18,000 lbs - AMSCV-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (1211 Customer Reviews)

Sturdy steel ball mount with a solid shank measures 9" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Polyurethane interior acts as a shock absorber to reduce vibration. Powder coat finish protects against rust.

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I was very pleased with etralier for filling my order promptly. I was not pleased with usps.When the hitch arrived the box had been damaged. It was empty. I contacted etrailer about the problem. They were very helpful and offered me a refund or replacement. I chose the replacement. It was shipped promptly in good shape.It was a pleasure doing business with etrailer. Jon



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Excellent product. I have been using the Convert-A-Ball shock absorbing mounted hitch for 30 yrs on 3 1500 Chevy's and now a F250. The 2 1/2" hitch is massive and I expect the same great performance from it as all my others.



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Partial order. What I got was damaged and incomplete. The rest of the brake parts will be a few more days now….. will definitely not recommend



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Seem Heavyduty



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This ball mount fits very smoothly, with virtually no "slop" when inserting into the truck's receiver. Don't know if this is the receiver or the ball mount that is made with good fit tubing, or both. The mount is clearly marked as to it's capacity. The "cushioning" effect of the mount is very subjective, but I have towed our trailer with load distributing that jerks all over the place. Some surging just cannot be avoided, but on the first trial run of about 15 miles the surging seemed reduced. On a side note, I have gone to this load bearing mount as opposed to the usual weight distributing system simply to avoid all the heavy hardware. I now have a F-350 long bed crew cab which very adequately tows with load bearing and it handles better than any tow vehicle-trailer combo I have ever owned. By the way, our travel trailer has a gross weight of 13,500 lbs and the tongue weight is 1350 lbs. The whole vehicle combo sits absolutely level. The rear suspension on the truck drops under the hitch weight so that the overload springs "just" pick up some load. The very long wheel base of my truck makes sway and sag a non-issue. I'm happy!



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The hitch is one I owned prior to this one love the product. Shipping was another story. The package arrived ripped to shreds and the product feel out of the destroyed box onto my concrete porch no damage to the hitch chipped the porch.



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Glad it finally made it.



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It’s a good hitch and I like the idea of not jarring so it doesn’t elongate the hitch pin holes.



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Ordered this cushioned ball mount because the new truck has a 2.5” receiver and I didn’t really like the idea of using a reducer. Thought the cushion would be great for towing farm implements and wagons based on some of the other reviews for this product. Haven’t had a chance to use it yet but it seems very substantial yet I was surprised at how light weight it was considering the 18,000 lb tow rating. etrailer seems to have all the coolest stuff at the best prices.

Adam

3/15/2021

Works great! It definitely cushions the ride. Works so well I’m considering getting the convert-a-ball cushioned gooseneck for the new trailer.



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I just received the Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 18,000 lbs - AMSCV-2

I also received the 2" ball mount for my old truck...
They look to be well made...
The hole to put a ball or drawbar pin is 1 1/4 " .....So I will be making a Bushing to bring it down to 1"...This will be better for my needs...

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Heather A.

9/1/2017

I would recommend part # F-2 to reduce your 1-1/4 diameter ball hole to a 1 diameter hole.



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Awesome product! Yes the poly "cushions" work and make a huge difference. I pull a 10,000lb +/- equipment trailer on a 2 5/16 ball. Highly recommended for heavy trailers in traffic. Needless to say etrailer has the best price and makes on-line ordering a breeze. Shipped fast and well packaged.

Jeff

4/11/2018

Still performing just like new. When I pull with other non cushion ball mounts it’s nightday difference.



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should include the pin to attach with the hitch.



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My first order resulted in an empty box being delivered. My reorder came close to the same result. That particular hitch needs to be shipped in a more secure box.



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Love it!

Feel alot less jarring
across dips and uneven road surfaces when towing my camper with the rubber cushion in the hitch.

Brian

7/14/2017

Still works well. Worth the purchase. If you are looking for a way to feel less jarring when start stop this product is worth a try.



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Works great good product.



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Nice product, fits well. Works way better that using the 2" version and the adapter sleeve in my f450. Took all the slop out and my hitch mounted mud flaps don't wiggle around anymore. The only thing I don't like is there in not a convert-a-ball type system for this size. Received prompt service from etrailer. Thank you.



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I can't tell if the cushioned part makes a difference or not towing our 6-7k lb horse trailer, but the good thing is it fits in my 2007 Silverado's receiver snugly without using a clunky, noisy adapter. This thing is super solid and should last a lifetime if it doesn't get stolen.



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Good quality. Shipped in 3 days. Fits well into the 2 1/2” receiver on my 2013 Chevy 2500 pickup. No need for the adapter anymore. Only thing I don’t particularly care for is the large 1 1/4” hitch hole.



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Works as it should. Cushions the movement of my Jeep that is being flat towed when I stop. It also dampens the sound that I don't even hear it in the cab. Shoot, it's so good that someone else helped themselves to my first one (read: stole) so I bought a second one.



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Purchased this hitch to haul a 7x14 trailer full of goose decoys to Canada. Could not believe how nice to have no banging and jarring around on rough country roads. There were times you wouldn't have believed the trailer was behind us. Great product!!
I would not hesitate to recommend to any one of my friends.



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Easy HaulingWaited till I had put some miles on this hitch before doing a review as I was unsure of how well the cushioned hitch would perform, now done over 2000 miles towing 29ft cargo trailer with various weights and found that it performs very well under all conditions damps out most vibrations from the road and trailer and feels a lot better on the back of the truck than a standard solid hitch, especially at the weights and sizes a class v hauls would recommend this for anyone hauling larger size and weight tag trailers



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This hitch works great, have pulled up to capacity, up to a dozen trailers a day, have small & large ball attached, easy to flip over to match trailer, cushion takes some of the roughness out of a stop, recommend it.



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I needed a 2.5 inch with very little drop for my 2017 F250 SD and a target 23.5 inch to top of ball for my trailer. Works great and has a good fit up with little movement of part in reciever. Appears well built and a lifetime part.



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We really like these hitches for a little cushion pulling farm equipment. No it's not like a DMI hitch which we also have where you can swing or pull out to assist with hook-up.



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Not an abundance of 2 1/2" ball mounts out there in any size much less the exact one I needed. This is it! Also has the cushion poly material at the pin area. This has greatly reduced the harshness and noise with metal to metal contact. This is a heavy duty piece of hardware. Rated at 18,000lbs...that ought to be enough.


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    At most the tongue weight of a trailer would cause about 1/2 inch to 1 inch of sag at the ball mount (give or take a little and different for every vehicle). But on a 2016 Ford F-250 the suspension is potentially beefy enough to limit the sag to even less than that. The trailer can be off of level one way or the other (high or low) by as much as 1 inch and still be considered level. For cushioned ball mounts that fit a 2-1/2 inch trailer hitch receiver we have the following options: #...
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    Yes, the Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount for 2-1/2" Hitches # AMSCV-2 that you referenced would work great for your truck and the amount of weight you plan to tow. The forward to back cushioning of the ball mount does not require a minimum amount of trailer weight to be effective. The weights you listed would work just fine with it.
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    The heaviest cushioned ball mounts we currently offer are 18,000 pounds gross towing weight. The tongue weight is 2,000 pounds. They are the Convert-A-Ball # AMSCV-6, # AMSCV-2 and # AMSCV-4. The most popular of the 3 we currently offer is part # AMSCV-6. It has a 4-3/4 rise and 6-inch drop. I included an FAQ and video reviews for you as well.
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    The OEM Ford 2-1/2 inch receiver has more rounded edges. Many 2-1/2 inch accessories, in this case ball mounts, have more squared off corners. This difference causes the squared off accessories not to fit. In some cases, some of the powder coating can be removed from the shank on the accessory as long as none of the metal is ground off. That could work on a ball mount like # 45123 since it has more rounded corners than something like # RP45323. If you use an accessory that has more rounded...
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  • Ball Mount Recommendation for a Ford F450 with a 2-1/2 inch Hitch Opening
    There are three ball mounts we offer that will work for the 2-1/2 inch hitch on your Ford F450 with a 2-1/2 inch opening. The problem that many encounter is that the Ford 2-1/2 inch hitches are very tight with round corners and many ball mounts like the Reese Titan Ball Mount # RP45323 that you referenced will not fit without modification. The ball mounts we have found to work on the Ford 2-1/2 hitches are the Cushioned Ball Mount # AMSCV-2, the Cushioned Ball Mount # AMSCV-4, and the...
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  • Can Convert a Ball Cushioned Ball Mount AMSCV-2 be Used with 2-5/16 Hitch Ball
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  • Ball Mount Recommendation for a 2012 GMC 2500HD with 2.5 in Hitch Towing 12k Sport Boat
    Based on everything you said in your question the Cushioned Ball Mount part # AMSCV-2 should work very well for you. This ball mount is designed to work on 2-1/2 inch hitches like what you have on your 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD and has an 18k capacity which is more than enough for your sport boat and trailer that weigh a total of 12k. I attached a review video for this ball mount for you to check out also. For a 2-5/16 inch ball with plenty of capacity you might also be interested in the...
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  • Ball Mount Recommendation Rated for 14,000 Pounds Gross Trailer Weight on a Ford F-450
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    The only 1-7/8 inch ball that we carry with a 1-1/4 inch shank is # C48810, but this is used for a pintle hitch combo hitch. What you can do is use a bushing like # F-2 to go from a 1-1/4 inch ball hole to a 1 inch. You could then use a ball like # 19260.
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  • Ball Mount with 2-1/2 Inch Shank to Fit the Factory 2-1/2 Inch Trailer Hitch on a 2009 Ford F-350
    The Reese Titan accessories used to have more squared edges and the Ford Super Duty 2-1/2 inch receiver requires something with more rounded edges like # AMSCV-2. It still may be a tight fit and in those cases, usually if you remove some of the powder coat from the ball mount shank (not any of the metal) you can get those snug accessories to fit properly. But we have had confirmation from a customer with a 2011 Ford Super Duty that it does fit his 2-1/2 inch receiver.
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  • Is There a Curt RockerBall Anti-Rattle Towing Kit with 2" Ball and 3" Drop
    It sounds like you are looking at the Curt RockerBall Anti-Rattle Towing Kits but wanting one with a 2" hitch ball and 3" drop ball mount. If that is the case then you will just need to use part # C63KR. In regards to the Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount like part # AMSCV-2, they both use a polyurethane bushing to reduce shock. The benefit however of the RockerBall is that it can be lubed so it will ideally last longer and reduce noise more.
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  • Using High Rise Trailer Ball to Achieve No Rise or Drop on Ballmount
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  • Will Convert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount for 2-1/2 Inch Hitches # AMSCV-2 Fit a 2011 Ford Super Duty
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