Class III/IV hitches are Weight Carrying (WC) and also are Weight Distributing (WD) hitches depending on the vehicle and hitch specifications. Not all Class III/IV hitches are rated to do both. The hitch specifications box below will alert you to a hitch that is not rated for weight distributing use.
In order to use a hitch to its maximum weight carrying capacity, a ball mount and hitch ball of the same rating or higher is required. To use the weight distribution side of the hitch, a weight distribution system is required. All of these items are sold separately. Class III/IV hitches attach primarily to the vehicle frame. Always consult your owner's manual to determine your vehicle's maximum towing capacity.
Help determining Gross Trailer Weight & Tongue Weight
- Installation Time: 45 Minutes
- No Drilling Required
- Hitch crosstube is concealed behind bumper
- Please Note: Hitch requires the use of a Torx #30 hex head allen wrench to install
|Hitch Class||Class III|
|Receiver Size||2 inch|
|Installation Instructions||CLICK HERE|
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Rigid Hitch, Inc.
Rigid Hitch has been a manufacturer and distributor of trailer hitches, towing accessories, trailer parts and truck accessories for over 60 years. Located in Burnsville, Minnesota, this family-owned business produces a wide range of high quality products and was recently certified as conforming to ISO 9001:2008 standards.
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