Class I hitches have the lowest Weight Carrying Gross Trailer Weight capacity (WCGTW) rating and tongue weight (WCTW) of the hitch classes and are generally used for small trailers carrying a motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV or Personal Watercraft or small 'pop-up' style campers or small 'U-Haul' style trailers.
Class I hitches usually have a 1-1/4" square receiver opening and attach to your vehicle bumper, truck pan or frame.
Each vehicle, hitch, drawbar and ballmount have their own weight capacity ratings. Never tow more than the lowest capacity allowed for any of these components. Always consult your owner's manual for vehicle rating and hitch, drawbar and hitchball manufacturers instructions for maximum ratings.
Help determining Gross Trailer Weight & Tongue Weight
Please note that class I trailer hitches are equipped with a dimple to prevent the use of class II ball mounts, adapters and/or some certain bike racks from being utilized. From the center of hitch pin hole to this dimple measures 1-5/8"
- Installation Time: 40 Minutes
- No Drilling Required
- Hitch crosstube concealed behind bumper
- Exhaust must be temporarily lowered for installation
|Hitch Class||Class I|
|Receiver Size||1.25 inch|
|Installation Instructions||CLICK HERE|
- Limited Lifetime Warranty!
- Mounting Hardware & Instructions
- Drawbar with Pin & Clip
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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