The SuperHitch Magnum is designed to tow an incredible 30,000 pounds and allows for 3,000 pounds tongue weight when used with weight distribution. This MacDaddy among our SuperHitch Outlaw Series is the highest rated receiver hitch in the industry.
What is a Class 2 trailer tow package?
Class II. Class II hitches are weight carrying (WC) hitches rated up to 3500 lbs. gross trailer weight (GTW) with a maximum trailer tongue weight (TW) of 300 lbs. A Class II hitch usually has a 1-1/4″ square receiver opening. A higher class drawbar does not increase the towing capacity of the hitch.
Can you flip a B&W hitch upside down?
Merely by mounting the hitch upside down in the receiver? Expert Reply: You will adjust pins and clips to right hole setting on the B&W Tow & Stow 2-Ball Mount, Item # BWTS10037B, and as you said you will flip it upside down in the receiver to set it in the rise position (see attached picture).
What kind of Trailer Hitch do I Need?
If your truck is equipped with a towing prep package, it probably has a class 3 hitch. CURT class 3 hitches are equipped with a 2″ x 2″ receiver tube opening and typically have a weight carrying capacity up to 8,000 lbs. gross trailer weight. Some class 3 hitches can also be used in combination with a weight distribution hitch.
Which is the heaviest class of trailer hitch?
Class 5 trailer hitches have the highest weight ratings of the receiver hitch classes, offering as much as 20,000 lbs. GTW. They are typically used on full-size pickups and commercial trucks.
What’s the weight of a curt Class 3 hitch?
CURT class 3 hitches are equipped with a 2″ x 2″ receiver tube opening and typically have a weight carrying capacity up to 8,000 lbs. gross trailer weight. Some class 3 hitches can also be used in combination with a weight distribution hitch. Class 3 hitches are extremely versatile, able to tow a variety of trailer types and load size.
Where do I find the tow weight of my hitch?
Your hitch’s maximum tow weight rating can usually be found on a label on the hitch itself. Your can find your hitch ball rating on the top of the ball, or around the base of the shank. The rating for your ball mount is usually on a label on the mounting plate or along the shaft that goes into your receiver.