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2" Hitch Ball - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 7,500 lbs

2" Hitch Ball - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 7,500 lbs

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Durable, Tow Ready chrome ball has a 1" diameter x 2-1/8" long shank with wrench flats. It's chrome finish provides strength and corrosion-resistance. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch ball from Tow Ready. 2" Hitch Ball - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 7,500 lbs part number 63845 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Tow Ready Trailer Hitch Ball - 63845

  • Trailer Hitch Ball
  • 2 Inch Diameter Ball
  • 1 Inch Diameter Shank
  • Standard Ball
  • Tow Ready
  • 7500 lbs GTW
  • Class III
  • Chrome-Plated Steel
  • 2-1/8 Inch Shank Length

Durable, Tow Ready chrome ball has a 1" diameter x 2-1/8" long shank with wrench flats. It's chrome finish provides strength and corrosion-resistance.


Features:

  • Hitch ball provides a connection point for your trailer's coupler
  • Durable, corrosion-resistant chrome
  • Lock washer and nut included


Specs:

  • Ball diameter: 2"
  • Shank dimensions: 1" diameter x 2-1/8" long
  • Drawbar thickness: 1/2"-1"
  • Nut: 1"
  • Weight capacity: 7,500 lbs
  • Requires socket size: 1-1/2"
  • Lifetime warranty


63845 Tow Ready Trailer Hitch Ball

Replaces 19247




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Video of 2" Hitch Ball - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 7,500 lbs

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Customer Reviews

2" Hitch Ball - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 7,500 lbs - 63845

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (806 Customer Reviews)

Durable, Tow Ready chrome ball has a 1" diameter x 2-1/8" long shank with wrench flats. It's chrome finish provides strength and corrosion-resistance.

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This is my second order with etrailier. Friendly knowledgeable customer service. Will order again. 553981



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To Whom it May Concern: I highly recommend etrailer.com com. I ordered a trailer hitch and bike rack by phone. The sales agent was professional, competent, helpful and friendly. The prices of the products are fair and the delivery was timely and arrived in good condition. It is rare to have a purchase experience of the level of high quality that I experienced with etrailer.com. I am highly recommending this company to others, based on my first experience with them, and I would not hesitate to purchase from them again. 4 stars out of 4. Thank you. Jim B., Falmouth Maine. 292809



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Perfect 549738


Comments
Excellent no issues at all.
Michael - 08/04/2019

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Thank you for such prompt service. I put this on my Polaris 570 mid size Ranger. The problem was a normal hitch was under the bed and a 2 inch rise was a bit too low for a level trailer. This fixed the problem moving the ball out further and higher. Much easier to hook up. I would recommend your company to others. 483723



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first time I have ever ordered from etrailers,,,,,FANTASTIC SERVICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FAST FAST SHIPPING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! to me 5+ stars all the way around,,, if I ever need anything again and etrailers has it I will order again,,,, could not ask for better,,, I don't get excited about to many companies but etrailers is top notch 432709



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Love the hitch, ball mount, ball and wiring harness. All were a breeze to install. 295273



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Exactly what I needed, super fast ship and great communication with company employees. Great service and will certainly refer to others. 902305



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It fit perfectly 899503



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Look sharp, for a detailed finish of your vehicle. 893699



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Great service!!! 887425



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Etrailer might be one of the best company I have order from. 886933



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Well built, finished and the instruction video was great. All around a solid delivery of a quality product. 883955



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Very shiny, hehe. Like it, looks good and since it is rated at 7,500 lbs it should work great. 883879



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High quality ball. 883699



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Solid piece of hardware. 880450



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excellent quality and price. 877325



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Was work to hook everything up in my Honda Fit but very happy with how it turned out and ready to pull my kayak trailer! 893173



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just what I wanted, perfect 874846



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Ask the Experts about this Tow Ready Trailer Hitch Ball

  • Hitch and Towing Accessories for 2019 Nissan Frontier
    We sure do! I'd recommend the etrailer brand Class III receiver hitch, part # e98869. To complete your towing setup, you'll also need a # 118525 trailer wiring harness to provide a 4 pole connector or # 118266 for a 7-way. For a ball mount, use the # 2923 and for a 1-7/8 inch trailer ball use # 19261 or # 63845 for a 2 inch ball. To see installation videos for the parts I recommended, click the provided links.
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  • Installation Instructions for Curt 8000 lb Weight Distribution Hitch
    We carry a few different weight distribution systems rated for 8,000 lbs manufactured by Curt: -Curt Trunnion Style Weight Distribution System with Shank, part # 17301 -Curt TruTrack Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control - Trunnion, part # C17499 -Curt MV Weight Distribution System - Round Bar, part # # C17051 -Curt Short-Arm Weight Distribution System with Shank - Trunnion Bar part # C17331 -Curt Weight Distribution System with Shank - Pin-Style Trunnion Bar part # C17341 I've...
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  • How Tall is 2 Inch Diameter Hitch Ball Part # 19247
    The ball measures 2-3/4 inches from the ball mount surface to the top of the ball. I am glad to see that you are making sure you get the proper ball mount for your tow set up. The rule of thumb is to be no more than 2 inches over or under. The easiest way to calculate this is to measure from the ground to the top of the inside of the receiver just like you did, then measure from the ground to the bottom edge of the coupler where it would be about flush with the ball mount. I would...
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  • Selecting Fixed vs. Adjustable Ball Mount for Towing Teardrop Trailer
    Almost any vehicle will have some degree of rear sag or squat when a trailer is hitched to it. This effect from trailer tongue weight is easy to compensate for by using a ball mount that adds about an inch of height. In other words, before you couple the trailer to the hitch ball it is fine for the ball to be an inch or so higher than the coupler. Once joined the resulting height of the ball/coupler will be right where it ought to be, with the trailer frame level to the ground. You can...
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  • Does A Weight Distribution System Need To Be Readjusted If I Lift My Truck
    It sounds like you are asking if your weight distribution system needs to be readjusted if the vehicle has been lifted/leveled since it was setup and if so then yes, you will need to change the hitch head height adjustment on the weight distribution shank and the angle of the heard or the tension on the spring bars. Since the rear of the truck has been lifted/leveled you may need a longer shank as well in order to level the hitch ball to the trailer (before coupled) so in that case you...
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  • Picking Out Hitch Ball for Snow Bear Utility Trailer
    Most likely a 1-7/8 inch or 2 inch hitch ball would be needed for your 5 by 8 foot Snowbear utility trailer. I attached a page that has all of the hitch balls we have. You'll want to look on top of coupler of your trailer and you'll see the ball size it needs and then check out the link I attached where you'll be able to pick the size ball needed. Also you'll want to make sure you get the correct diameter shank as well for fitting your ball mount.
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  • What Size Wrench is Needed for a 2" Hitch Ball with 1 Inch Diameter Shank
    You will need a 1-1/2" wrench like part # C20001 in order to install the nut on the 2" Hitch Ball part # 63845. A 1-7/8" wrench would be much too large.
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  • Recommended Tightening Torque for Hitch Mounting Bolts
    The Tow Ready 2 Inch Hitch Ball, part # 63845, you have referenced needs to be torqued to 250 foot pounds. It is recommended to frequently check that the ball is tightened to these specifications. If you are meaning the mounting bolts that are used to attach a hitch to a vehicle, it would depend on the hitch part number and the year make and model of vehicle the hitch is going on. If you can give me that information I can help you determine the torque specifications for your specific...
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  • How to Choose the Correct Replacement Hitch Ball
    In order to choose the correct replacement hitch ball you would need to measure the diameter of the shank, length of the shank, and diameter of the ball. The diameter of the ball should be stamped into the head but the other two will more than likely need to be physically measured. For example, the part # 63845 has a 2-1/8" long x 1" diameter shank with a 2" ball. Once you find out the above info you can then use our selection which I have attached for you to find the correct one for...
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  • Should Hitch Ball Angle Be Adjusted Up and Down or Angled to the Rear Using Weight Distribution
    The hitch ball angle adjustment on weight distribution systems is designed to provide more or less distribution of the tongue weight on your trailer hitch to the trailer and vehicle axles. If you adjust the ball angle farther away from the towing vehicle, you will angle the weight distribution spring bars down toward the ground and that will distribute more weight. Angling the ball forward towards the towing vehicle puts less angle on the spring bars and therefore less weight is distributed. We...
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  • 4-1/2 inch Rise Ball Mount Recommendation for a 2007 Chrysler 300C Towing Trailer
    You are correct, you do need a 4-1/2 inch rise ball mount to tow your trailer level. The best option will be the Curt ball mount part # C45240. When used in the rise position it will give you exactly a 4-1/2 inch rise. This ball mount also has two hitch pins so that it can be extended out past your rear bumper if the clearance is needed. For a 2 inch ball to fit this ball mount you would want the part # 63845.
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  • Adjusting Weight Distribution System to Apply More Weight to Front Axle of Tow Vehicle
    Assuming that the weight of your trailer is within the capacity your weight distribution system, you would need to adjust the system so that more force is applied to your spring bars. Try tilting the angle of your weight distribution head back further toward the trailer. This will apply more leverage to the spring bars, and should apply more weight to the front axle of your tow vehicle. I would recommend consulting the instructions that came with your system, and reviewing the set-up...
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  • How to Select Correct Ball Mount to Keep Pop-Up Camper Trailer Level When Hitched
    When selecting a ball mount and 2-inch hitch ball for towing your pop-up camper you will want to choose a ball mount that allows the hitched trailer to remain level. The article I linked for you shows how to choose the right 2-inch ball mount with the correct rise or drop to keep your trailer level. Level trailers tow much better. I linked our page for 2-inch ball mounts, some of which include the hitch ball, such as Curt # C45036 which offers 2-inches of drop. If you choose a separate...
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  • Determining Correct Ball Mount for Range Rover with Trailer That Has 16 Inch Ball Height
    You are exactly right. When accounting for the typical hitch ball height you are going to want a ball mount that features a 4 inch drop to tow your new Yacht Club Trailer level. You are also correct that the rear of the vehicle may drop just a tad when hooked up to the trailer but this should be small enough that it doesn't require a different drop dimension on the ball mount. With an 1,800 pound trailer you are only looking at about 180 to 270 pounds of tongue weight that will be pushing...
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  • Can a Trailer Ball Be Mounted Directly To The Bumper of a 1999 Dodge Dakota
    Some vehicles are designed with a hole in the bumper for attaching a ball for towing. You need to check your owners manual or with your dealer for the towing capacity of your Dakota. You should also check with the Dealer to see if the bumper on your Dakota is rated for towing. I have attached an FAQ article that has tips on how to tow a trailer. You will need to measure the hole in the bumper to make certain you have the correct diameter shank on the ball you wish to attach. If you have...
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  • Does a Trailer have to be towed Level or Can it be Off Up or Down
    If the trailer is less than 1 inch off of being perfectly level either up or down then it will be perfectly fine. Having it slightly higher would be better because presumably the tongue weight of the trailer will pull it down a little. You could also look into different ball mounts with different rise or drop specs. I have included a link to our ball mount main page for you. Tongue weight on a trailer is usually 10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight. But it can be less on a boat...
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  • Determining Correct Hitch Ball Size for 2013 Coachmen Clipper Camper
    Based on the 3,518 pound GVWR I found for your 2013 Coachmen Clipper, the coupler is likely compatible with a 2 inch hitch ball like the Tow Ready # 63845. This 2 inch diameter ball features a 1 inch diameter shank. With that being said, I highly recommend trying to confirm the ball size from the seller, as it is possible that it couples to a different size. The type of ball it is compatible with should be stamped somewhere on the trailer itself, typically right on the coupler, or possibly...
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  • How To Determine What Size Ball I Need For A Trailer Coupler That Does Not Have Size Listed
    I looked up the Shelby 5133 coupler and it said it uses a 2 inch hitch ball. You also need to get the right ball shank diameter and ball shank length. The ball mount determines the diameter and length. If you measure the hole size diameter in your ball mount, that gives you the ball shank diameter, there is a 3/4 inch, 1 inch and 1-1/4 inches diameter available. You need to measure the thickness of the ball mount to determine the ball shank length. Short length is less than 2 inches....
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  • Hitch Ball is Loose in Ball Mount
    If your hitch ball is loose then you will want to check to see if there is a ft-lb torque rating located on it. For instance, the Tow Ready 2" Hitch Ball # 63845 has a torque rating on the nut for 250 ft-lbs. If you cannot find a torque rating then the next best thing would be to torque it down so that the washer is flat. This can be a little difficult as the torque ratings for hitch balls can be fairly high - with good reason. You never want to have a loose hitch ball as that can cause...
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  • Hitch Ball Recommendation for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma on the Factory Bumper
    Since the bumper thickness on your vehicle is 1-1/2 inches I would recommend you get a Hitch Ball with 2 inch Diameter and Long Shank, part # 63849. This # 63849 is designed for drawbars and bumpers that are between 1 inch and 2 inches thick. The Hitch Ball with 2 inch Diameter and Medium Shank, part # 63845, that you referenced is designed for drawbars and bumpers that are from 1/2 inch to 1 inch in thickness. I attached an FAQ article on hitch balls below for you to check out also.
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  • Thread Pitch on Hitch Balls that Have 1 inch Diameter Shank
    For the 1 inch diameter shank hitch balls like # 63845 the fine thread shanks have 14 threads per inch and the coarse thread shanks have 8 threads per inch. Most are fine thread.
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  • Trailer Coupler Latch is Very Difficult to Operate
    There are a few things that could be causing the issue you're experiencing. Let's start with the obvious-be sure you're using the correct trailer ball for the coupler. The coupler will have the necessary ball size stamped into it. It may sound blatantly obvious, but hey, it happens. Secondly, the nut on the underside of the latch can be used to adjust the tension of the latch to a degree. The latch/jaw mechanism of the coupler could be worn or damaged. We offer a few latch repair...
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  • Hitch Ball Recommendation 1 inch Taller than 2 inch Ball # 63845
    The part # 63845 is a standard height hitch ball. If you need additional inch from a hitch ball that fits the same criteria as the # 63845 you'd want the hitch ball # C40033 which is the same except 1 inch taller.
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  • Hitch Ball Recommendation for 2007 Ford Ranger with Factory Bumper
    I cannot make a accurate recommendation without more information. The thickness of the bumper at the hitch ball hole and the diameter of the hole in the bumper for mounting the hitch ball will allow me to make a recommendation that will work with the bumper of your 2007 Ford Ranger. We have 2 inch hitch balls with 3/4 inch shanks up to 3-3/8 inches long and 1 inch shanks up to 3-3/16 inches long (see link). I am sure we have a ball that will work with your bumper. If you are planning...
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  • What Hitch Ball Size Fits a 1978 Airstream 31 Excella?
    I can't find anything online to help with the coupler size of your 1978 Airstream 31 Excella, but based on the gross vehicle weight rating, you will most likely need a 2 inch hitch ball like # 63845. If you don't already have a ball mount, I recommend the etrailer.com Ball Mount Kit for 2" Hitches - 7,500 lbs # 989900. This will give you the 2 inch ball along with two different ball mount options to give you up to a 2-3/4 inch rise or a 4 inch drop. This kit also gives you the pin...
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  • 2 Inch Ball for Alumistinger Ball Mount with 1-1/4 Inch Thick Ball Platform
    You are correct about ball mount # AM3509. The ball platform is indeed 1-1/4 inches thick. The 2 inch ball 63852 does not have a long enough shank to be used with this ball mount. You will need a 2 inch ball with a long shank such as # 63849. It isn't stainless steel like the other ball and there isn't a stainless steel option with a long enough shank that would work.
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  • Installing Trailer Hitch Ball on Ball Mount To Allow Correct Torque Without Ball Spinning
    Most trailer hitch balls have a flat part on two sides of the base like the 2" Hitch Ball - 1-1/4" Diameter x 2-5/8" Long Shank - Chrome - 10,000 # A-90 for example. You will simply need a open end wrench large enough to fit that. Vise Grips will likely be too difficult to hold. We have also used a bench vice as you see in the attached video. Some will choose to use a pipe wrench which works but is likely to mess up the finish on the ball more than the other options. Then place the...
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  • Available Cushioned Adjustable 2-Inch Ball Mount
    We do offer a cushioned 2-inch ball mount exactly like what you described. The Convert-A-Ball Dual-Cushioned 5K Adjustable Ball Mount # CAB-UM not only provides cushioning for a smoother ride but it also adjustable in height to let it easily accommodate different trailer heights. You can use 2-inch hitch ball # 63845.
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  • Determining What Size Hitch Ball 1977 Starcraft Galaxy 6 Pop Up Camper Uses
    Most pop up campers accept a 2 inch hitch ball like the Tow Ready # 63845 but unfortunately there's not a way for me to verify if this is the right size for your 1977 Starcraft Galaxy 6 as trailer manufacturer's don't do the best job of making information like this available, especially on older models like this. Your best bet is to look at the coupler itself on the camper to see if there is any information stamped to the steel, either around the outside or underneath, that indicates...
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  • Threads Per Inch for Hitch Balls that Fit Ball Mount with 1 inch Diameter Hole for Ball
    For the 1 inch diameter shank hitch balls the fine thread shanks have 14 threads per inch and the coarse thread shanks have 8 threads per inch. To get 12 threads per inch would require you to go with a 1-1/2 inch diameter hitch ball. But if you have a ball mount that has a 1 inch diameter shank it's best to just go with the correct size ball like with the # 63845. This is a 2 inch ball like you are wanting as well.
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