Adjustable Trailer Hitch RV Towing

(1 customer review) Price: $310.22 (as of 31/07/2020 15:51 PST- Details) & FREE Shipping.

Here are our top 3 reasons:

#1 The RV trailer hitch is weighed 3,500 lbs and has a tongue weight of 350 lbs.

#2 The trailer comes with a 2×2 inch hitch receiver that allows a wide variety of towing options. The towing can be done for a dinghy, flat or a trailer. It can also tow a cargo carrier, bike rack and much more.

#3 The trailer hitch is easy and quick in its application. The 3-piece adjustable design has the capacity to hold RV frames of up to 72 inches wide.


DEPENDABLE STRENGTH. This RV trailer hitch is rated for 3,500 lbs. gross trailer weight and 350 lbs. tongue weight (limited to lowest-rated towing component).
VERSATILE DESIGN. This trailer hitch RV equips your camper with a standard 2-inch x 2-inch hitch receiver, allowing for a wide variety of towing options. It can be used for dinghy towing, flat towing or towing a trailer. It can also accept a cargo carrier, bike rack, tow hook and much more.
EASY TO INSTALL. Installation of this RV camper hitch is fast and easy. It securely bolts into place with the included hardware and typically requires just a few tools. The 3-piece adjustable design fits RV frames up to 72 inches wide.
FULLY TESTED. Every CURT camper hitch design is tested at our Detroit engineering facility according to SAE J684 standards for the utmost safety and reliability while towing.
RUST, CHIP, UV-RESISTANT. This RV towing hitch is protected with a unique dual-coat finish of rust-resistant liquid Bonderite and highly durable black powder coat. The two finishes are co-cured together for exceptional resistance to rust, chipping and UV rays.Material:Steel

1 review for Adjustable Trailer Hitch RV Towing

  1. Peter

    It was fairly easy to install. You can get by with a 1/2 inch bit, which is what I did, and it worked fine for mounting the brackets to the frame. But once you have it all mounted you have to drill 4 holes in the cross member to fix it to the brackets and then use a “fish wire” to pull the bolts through the tube and into your holes. In case you have never used one a “fish wire” is basically a spring with a long wire that thread on the bolt and allows you to pull a bolt into a blind hole. The issue is that with the addition of the spring and the tight spacing in the tube, you don’t have enough play with a 1/2 hole. I had to use the sides of my bit to round out the edges of the hole so I could get the bolts fished through.

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