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Draw-Tite Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 8-1/2" Long - 7.5K

Draw-Tite Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 8-1/2" Long - 7.5K

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Sturdy steel ball mount with hollow shank measures 8-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Angle-cut shank slides easily into your hitch. Powder coat finish over a-coat base provides excellent rust protection. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch ball mount from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 8-1/2" Long - 7.5K part number 2923 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Ball Mount - 2923

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Fixed Ball Mount
  • Drop - 2 Inch
  • Rise - 1 Inch
  • Draw-Tite
  • No Ball
  • Class III
  • 7500 lbs GTW
  • Steel Shank - Gloss Black
  • 1 Inch Ball Hole Diameter

Sturdy steel ball mount with hollow shank measures 8-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Angle-cut shank slides easily into your hitch. Powder coat finish over a-coat base provides excellent rust protection.


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)
  • Angle-cut end on shank allows for easy installation and removal
  • Both drop and rise positions available to ensure level towing
  • Sturdy steel construction with a hollow shank
  • Black powder coat finish covers a-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Pin and clip included


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Gross towing weight: 7,500 lbs
  • Tongue weight: 750 lbs
  • Length: 8-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole
    • 2-1/2" From center of hitch pin hole to back end of ball mount
  • Rise: 3/4" from top of inside of hitch opening
  • Drop: 2" from top of inside of hitch opening
  • Ball hole diameter: 1"
  • Pin hole diameter: 5/8"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


How to Measure Drop on Standard Ball Mount

2923pc Draw-Tite Ball Mount - 3/4" Rise or 2" Drop - 7,500 lbs






Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 8-1/2" Long - 7.5K - 2923

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (1849 Customer Reviews)

Sturdy steel ball mount with hollow shank measures 8-1/2" from center of hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. Angle-cut shank slides easily into your hitch. Powder coat finish over a-coat base provides excellent rust protection.

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Installed in 5 minutes. Looks great and works excellent. Thank you


Comments
I can pull a 2o footer with no problems. Excellent product by etrailer.
Juan c - 05/27/2021


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The team and selection at etrailer.com is excellent and the Draw-Tite Draw-Tite Ball Mount Trailer Hitch Ball Mount purchased installed easily and the tech support team answered my questions in a timely manner and provided the support needed. I will certainly search their inventory for my future trailer needs.



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Since I bought a receiver you need a hitch for it. I buy everything on line I find it easier and more affordable then running all over the stores looking for the best price. ETRAILER has the best price, I even bought lights for my trailer and you couldn't beat the price any where. Two back lights 2 side lights and wire hardness for the trailer and for the truck, I think the price was a little over $25.00. You can't beat this price. Vince



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Strong and seems to be well made and well finished. One-inch ball mounting hole. I used this for a Curt hitch mounted on a 2014 Forester and pulls a small Harbor Freight trailer. Perfect height and trailer is level. Warning - don't get their hitch pin, it does not have a hole for a cotter pin, only a weak clip that I would not trust.


Comments
Still going strong. I use it to pull a 4x8 utility trailer. Also sometimes plug a hitch carrier into it when I want to haul a few bags of mulch or a couple of propane cylinders or gas cans.
jd - 11/22/2014


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This isn’t my first order with etrailer. Their service and shipping is excellent. Andy is great! They’re just “set it and forget it” kind of an operation. Their prices are better than competitive, and even if they were a bit higher, I’d still buy from them. No boxes full of broken bags of too many of one size bolt and not enough of other hardware. And you don’t have to play tic tac toe on your phone when you call them, you get a real person quickly



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Great ball mount hitch for my 2017 Honda CRV. Adapts well for my use on a smaller trailer. I added an anti rattle clamp to secure things up as an added bonus.



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I've only used this twice for my small trailer, but it was perfect fit and easy to use.


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this has been a reliable hitch for me over the past year. No problems at all.
Dave T - 06/07/2021


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It was a bigger trailer hitch than I needed for my Toyota RAV4, but that was my error in thinking a bigger trailer hitch could tow a bigger load… Which I have since learned is untrue. In any event, it’s getting the job done!



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I searched the internet to put a hitch on my 2016 Chevy Equinox and found an instructional video from eTrailer.com where they installed on my exact car. I decided to go with eTrailer.com because they answered all my questions and because of the video-I support businesses that go the extra mile with these videos. Shipping was quick and well tracked, however, the box was flimsy and the one end of the hitch had come out of the box side and the ball mount could have easily come out of that hole during shipping. If I were eTrailer.com I'd charge an extra couple of bucks for more sturdy boxes-people will still buy as eTrailer is a well-trusted brand and this would overcome a lot of the negative reviews you'll see on their site about this shipping issue in their own reviews :-) I installed the hitch by myself (definitely recommend help as two people holding it up to the frame makes attaching 100% easier) in about 45 minutes total (out of the box, read instructions, review video again and installation complete). All hardware went on with no issues. Great quality hitch! I also bought the lesser expensive wiring assembly because most recent equinox's come hitch ready with pre-wired assembly in the left side compartment-snap and done. Picked up a new trailer at Home Depot within days and drove 5 feet and the clacking was horrible. I had always had a welded hitch before buying a hitch that took a ball mount. I really thought something was wrong and when I searched the internet that night it turns out this is very common. However, all you need is some sort of hitch "silencing" device. The number of options will drive you mad but I went with the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch and it did the trick for much less than most of the other options. If I were eTrailer.com I'd have that as one of the RECOMMENDED add-ons and explanation why its super-worthy when customers are buying a hitch. Would have saved me the time and hassle of dealing with it later and the extra shipping charge for buying after the fact when I got free shipping for the other items the first time :-) All in all, I'm super, super happy with my hitch, wiring assembly, ball mount, ball mount locking pin and the hitch silencer. Buy with confidence from eTrailer.com Paul R., Syracuse, NY



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I installed the hitch myself, 2 people would’ve been easier. The ordering and shipping was fast and easy.



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The trailer hitch ball mount fits great. The floor mats for on the 2016 Honda Odyssey fits nicely and the color choice turn out nice.



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Product as advertised. Wished I'd paid more attention to what was included and not included. Seller web site did a good job indicating other suggestions on what would go with what you were viewing. So much so, I became dependent on it, and over looked the fact that the pin to hold the ball mount was not included in either the receiver or ball mount. I overlooked this and had to go out and buy this somewhere else. Other than that ordering was easy, and I received everything in a timely manner. It's worth noting that their tracking was dead on as well. It's nice tracking the progress of a package you are waiting for so you can plan your installation. And again, they do a nice job of following up letting you know they received, shipped the order and a link to follow it in transit.



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Not only has this hitch been great, etrailer has been a complete pleasure to work with. So helpful and so attentive to customers. A+!



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After being told it would cost around $1300 to install a trailer hitch I figured I would just rent a truck if I needed to pull a trailer. When I saw your ad I was in but was concerned that it would be too complicated to install myself. I turned out to be super simple including the electrical wiring. I'm recovering from a knee joint replacement so was concerned I couldn't get where I needed to be to get the job done but it was a breeze. Everything works beautifully and is solid as a rock. Thanks for such an exceptional DIY product. Now if you have a hitch for my other car, a 1962 Willys Utility Wagon. I'd like one.


Comments
Perfect, Ive had occasion to tow my boat trailer a number of times and it works as intended. When this car is traded in Ill look to you for a hitch for the new car.
Nigel - 03/15/2020



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Excactly what I ordered. Superior quality, shipped on time. Would highly recommend etrailer. Wish all my online purchases were this easy.



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Heavy duty product. The fit was perfect and now I can do some towing. The ball in the photo is one I had hanging around, so don’t mind the rust.



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The hitch is very strong and sturdy. I was called by Mr. Call by Ms. Carol who did all she could to make sure I got the right product. Great customer service. It looks good.



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Hitch, receiver and ball are exactly what I needed. Works great.


Comments
Is working great. Have been towing several pieces of equipment
Dennis F - 02/02/2021


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It’s a great heavy duty 2 way hitch.. fits in the receiver perfectly



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The hitch is phenomenal! Works great and hauls what I need to haul around.



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Straightforward. Just install correct ball size.


Comments
No problems.
Joseph M - 05/15/2021


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Great hitch and works great but that coil wire you have to fish through is next to impossible and gave up and without it is fine.



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Works good but I ended up buying a different one that was a 3 1/2” drop/rise to rise it up higher.



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Perfect Fit! Just the right length for the (75579) Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III.


Comments
Had to turn the up because of the U-Haul I pulled, but it worked great. That is the only time I have used so far.
Ed - 01/13/2020



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So far, so good :) I ordered the complete assembly of the trailer hitch receiver, ball mount, 2" ball and wiring harness and it all came quickly (and together in one box). I had no issues installing the receiver (other than figuring out the awkward weight to get it up there at first) and assembled it all in about 20 minutes, with the wiring harness remaining. I'm doing the wiring this weeked and have already noticed that etrailer is also the first page google result when looking for a wiring harness instructional video for my car's year/make/model. Perfect! barring any major events this weekend, all around great experience. Excited for the upgrade.


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