How much is a Class 2 trailer hitch?

How much is a Class 2 trailer hitch?

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What does class 2 trailer hitch mean?

Class II Hitch: A Class 2 trailer hitch can handle a GTW of up to 3,500 lbs. and a maximum tongue weight of 300 lbs. This type of hitch is often used on full-size vans, full-size pickups, and SUVs for towing small boat trailers, snowmobile trailers, motorcycle trailers or campers.

Is a 2 inch trailer hitch standard?

The most common size trailer hitch ball is the 2-inch diameter ball. The 2-inch ball is used on a variety of popular trailers, such as boat trailers, utility trailers and campers. 2-inch trailer balls have a wide weight capacity range from 3,500 pounds to 12,000 pounds gross trailer weight.

What is a 2 trailer hitch rated for?

3,500 lbs.
Most class 2 hitches are able to tow up to 3,500 lbs. gross trailer weight. Class 2 hitches are typically found on full-size sedans, minivans and crossovers but can also be found on small SUVs and even pickup trucks.

How do I know what size hitch I need?

The best way to measure your receiver hitch tube is to measure inside of the tube to inside of the tube. This will help you know what size ball mount you need to get for your hitch. It may be 1-1/4″ common on cars and cuvs. Most likely it is either a 2″ or 2-1/2″, which is often found on most SUV and pickup trucks.

What is the difference between a Class 1 and Class 2 trailer hitch?

Class I hitches are rated for less weight, typically maxing out at 2,000 pounds gross trailer weight and 200 pounds tongue weight. Class II hitches on the other hand can be rated as high as 3,500 pounds gross trailer weight and 350 pounds tongue weight.

What’s the difference between a Class 2 and Class 3 trailer hitch?

Class II trailer hitch receivers have a 1-1/4 inch receiver and can be rated up to 3,500 lbs in GTW and up to 525 lbs in TW. Class III, on the other hand, have a 2 inch receiver and have up to 8,000 lbs GTW and 800 lbs TW.