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  5. Drop - 15 Inch
  6. Rise - 15 Inch
Gen-Y Adjustable 2-Ball Mount w/ Stacked Receivers - 2" Hitch - 15" Drop - 10K

Gen-Y Adjustable 2-Ball Mount w/ Stacked Receivers - 2" Hitch - 15" Drop - 10K

Item # 325-GH-317
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Insert this heavy-duty mount into your 2" hitch to get 7 stacked 2" receivers for mounting the included 2" ball, 2-5/16" ball, or other hitch-mounted accessory. Tongue weight is 1,500 lbs. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch ball mount from Gen-Y Hitch. Gen-Y Adjustable 2-Ball Mount w/ Stacked Receivers - 2" Hitch - 15" Drop - 10K part number 325-GH-317 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Gen-Y Hitch Trailer Hitch Ball Mount - 325-GH-317

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Adjustable Ball Mount
  • Drop - 15 Inch
  • Rise - 15 Inch
  • 2 Inch Ball
  • 2-5/16 Inch Ball
  • Two Balls
  • 10000 lbs GTW
  • Class IV
  • Gen-Y Hitch
  • Stacked Receivers
  • Steel Shank - Gray
  • Steel Ball

Insert this heavy-duty mount into your 2" hitch to get 7 stacked 2" receivers for mounting the included 2" ball, 2-5/16" ball, or other hitch-mounted accessory. Tongue weight is 1,500 lbs.


  • Adjustable ball mount lets you hook up your trailer to your tow vehicle
    • Shank slides into hitch receiver on your vehicle
    • 2" Ball or 2-5/16" ball provides connection point for trailer coupler
  • 7 Stacked receivers accept included ball mount, as well as other hitch-mounted accessories
    • 1 Pin included to secure accessories to shank
  • Adjustable height lets you tow trailers of different heights with the same vehicle
    • Drop ball mount lower or raise it higher to match your application
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Zinc primer and powder coat finishes resist corrosion
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock for securing to hitch receiver sold separately
  • SAE J684 certified
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Built-in receiver size: 2" x 2"
  • Maximum drop: 15"
  • Gross towing weight: 10,000 lbs
  • Tongue weight: 1,500 lbs
  • Overall height: 18"
  • Total length with included ball mount installed: 11-5/8"
    • Total length without ball mount installed: 8-5/8"
  • Ball sizes: 2" and 2-5/16"
  • Hitch pin hole diameter: 5/8"
  • Accessory pin hole diameter: 5/8"

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Note: Ball mount must be used in the drop position with the stabilizer kit (325-GH-0100 - sold separately) to prevent wobble and to keep the mount stable as you tow.

Multiple Stacked Receivers for Easy Adjustment

stacked receivers

This unique mount from Gen-Y Hitch includes a ball mount that can be easily positioned in one of the 7 stacked receivers that sits along the vertical shank of the unit. This dual-ball mount lets you tow a trailer with a 2" ball coupler or a 2-5/16" ball coupler.

With the 7 stacked receivers, not only do you have the ability to adjust the height of the included ball mount, but you also have the ability to add various other hitch-mounted accessories. Insert a bike rack or cargo carrier. Mount a spare tire carrier. Use a tow bar to flat tow your vehicle. Or just add a fun hitch cover. This heavy-duty mount is built with a 1,500-lb tongue weight, so you can even use multiple hitch accessories at the same time, as long as there are no clearance issues. This means that you can use your hitch-mounted bike rack to haul your bikes while also flat towing your vehicle.

How to Measure Drop on Adjustable Ball Mount

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Gen-Y Adjustable 2-Ball Mount w/ Stacked Receivers - 2" Hitch - 15" Drop - 10K - 325-GH-317

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (138 Customer Reviews)

Insert this heavy-duty mount into your 2" hitch to get 7 stacked 2" receivers for mounting the included 2" ball, 2-5/16" ball, or other hitch-mounted accessory. Tongue weight is 1,500 lbs.


Well built receiver & it got me to the perfect height for towing My Jeep LJ on 37" tires.
etrailer had everything I needed including great service & awesome installation videos.


The customer service was above and beyond what we expected to get. The hitch arrived much sooner and was just what we needed to pull our enclosed trailer behind our motorhome. It has not given one ounce of trouble, very sturdy and well pleased with Highly recommend.


Great product came when it was supposed to with no delays. This definitely won’t be the last one I buy!


This is a serious drop hitch, the stacked receivers are awesomely versatile


Beefy; never a shadow of a doubt that it will hold up to anything I tow with it. Solid fit with zero wobble. It is heavy, but that is a positive to me as I prefer strength above all else for a purpose such as this.


Tryed almost every drop hitch out there in canada but this product I had for 1 year now and it is a monster I recommend highly for lifted trucks, Amazing product.




The hitch and powder coating are still holding up great like new. Fits better then my old one and I always get compliments on how beefy it looks. Will be buying another for a truck I recently purchased.


The item arrived earlier than expected and Im very happy with my purchase.


Very good company talk to you when you wanted to be talked to and knew what they were talking about


Very heavily made hitch. Fits well (has its own adjustments)
Note it weighs a ton



It's exactly what I needed, and excellent an quality product.






Works great for towing trailers with different heights of sway bar hitches. The ability to put whatever kind of hitch you want at any height is invaluable, I will probably never have to buy a drop hitch ever again in my life, the construction on this is very stout.


This hitch is solid! We used it to flat-tow a Jeep behind our motorhome and use the top slot for the bike rack. It was super solid and performed perfectly during this 4500+ mile trip.


Oh my sweet adjustable hitch from the future, where have you been all my lifted truck life?! ?? Let me tell you, this GenY adjustable hitch is like the superhero sidekick my overgrown, behemoth of a Dodge 1 ton needed to conquer the highways and byways with style, swagger, and an adjustable drop that's got me feeling like a towing wizard!

Picture this: my truck, the size of a small building, with tires that could probably qualify as a down payment for a small country. And then there's the trailer – it's like a mobile home with an identity crisis. Traditional hitches quiver in fear when they see my rig coming, but not the GenY. Nope, this hitch faces my truck's titanic drop with a grin and says, "Bring it on, buddy!"

So, what's the deal with this hitch, you ask? Well, let me break it down for you while keeping my excitement level in check (which is near impossible):

Adjustable Awesomeness: The GenY hitch doesn't just drop – it swoops, it dips, it twirls. Okay, maybe not twirls, but you get the idea. You want to tow your luxury yacht or your miniature house? Boom, this hitch adjusts to whatever mind-boggling height difference you can throw at it.

Zero Drama, All Towing Nirvana: Remember the time when towing made your truck feel like it was dragging a herd of elephants through a mud pit? Yeah, those days are over. With the GenY hitch, my Dodge struts its stuff like a runway model with a trailer in tow. Smooth as butter, I tell you. Smooth as butter!

Weightlifting Champion: I swear, I've pulled everything short of a small planet with this hitch. The GenY hitch handles weight like a pro wrestler handles dumbbells – effortlessly! No creaks, no groans, just a confident "I got this" vibe that makes me want to challenge it to a bench press competition. (Spoiler: I'd lose.)

Confidence Booster: Have you ever seen a truck hitch that oozes confidence? Well, you're about to! Every time I back up to my trailer, I can practically hear my hitch saying, "Don't worry, buddy, I've got your back!" And it does, every single time.

Conversation Starter: I can't tell you how many times people have walked by my truck and trailer combo, only to do a double-take at the hitch. It's like having a celebrity accessory for my truck. Sometimes, I feel like rolling down my window and saying, "Oh, this? It's just my GenY – no big deal!"

In conclusion, my GenY adjustable hitch is not just a hitch – it's a legendary partner in crime for my lifted Dodge adventure-mobile. If my truck could write reviews, it would probably leave an even longer, more passionate review than this. But for now, take my word for it – if you're towing with a truck that's on the verge of having its own postcode, get yourself a GenY hitch and let the good times (and the trailers) roll!


All in all a good set up. A lot more play in the receiver than I expected. Fair amount of rattling around without a trailer attached. In all fairness I do live in a state with poor roads.


I've not towed with it yet, but it's very high quality and seems way overbuilt. I like the hammered finish and the components are very nice. Once I figured out how they work, Gen-Y's 'twisting lock pin' is easier to use than a standard cotter pin and adds some piece of mind that it's not going anywhere. Love that you can store the ball mount in front of the hitch when not using it - including sideways so that it doesn't reduce ground clearance, even when in the lowest receiver. The only thing I don't like about it - which etrailer comments on in the online item description - is that it doesn't fit very snug. Combined with the 2-1/2 to 2" reducer sleeve, there's a fair amount of play. Not sure yet if this is going to create rattling when towing (that would reduce my stars). One note: based on the Gen-Y website's method for determining the appropropriate drop for my vehicle, I should have ordered the 10" drop. I did my own measuring and ordered the 7-1/2" drop instead, which works perfectly for my 2021 RAM 3500 SRW 4x4.


Holy crap, thing is built like a tank. Needed it to lower my front mount to accommodate a ebike rack. Worked great!


This thing is a monster, going to be perfect for what I got it for, had to have a 12 inch rise for flat towing our 2021 raised Jeep wrangler. looked all over for something strong enough for the job, and this beast is perfect.


Has done what it is supposed to do. I have used the hitch to tow two boats over the last two years using both ball sizes. The only issue is the appearance. Saltwater creates rust and break down of the coating on the hitch. Was never dunked in salt has been effected being near saltwater. Hitch was washed with freshwater after each use in salt.

I probably wouldn’t buy again. I have seen some other hitches that can do similar adjustments that do better near saltwater environments.


Amazing thing is a beast best hitch I’ve ever owned I’ll probably never buy another one

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