|Item Weight||10.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 8 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||DRH-3|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DRH-3|
2" Towing Hitch Rise or Drop Adapter Extension
|Price:||$56.14 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Extends 2" Class III/IV hitch receivers for towing and accessory racks
- 4.5" rise or drop depending on orientation
- 500 lb. Tongue weight / 5,000 lb. towing capacity
- 6.75" pin hole extension distance
- Heavy duty steel construction with a black paint finish
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Top Customer Reviews
The alignment of the tubes are slightly off. It looked rough before I inserted my cargo, but afterwards, it was obvious, because my cargo carrier was off to one side and low on the other.
Also, the small outer re-inforcement ring (I think that's what it is), is significantly mis-aligned, but I don't think this is a functional problem - just aesthetically annoying.
Overall, if you look at the craftsmanship, it's rough. Does it work? Yes.
other than an hours worth of modifications, it was a heavy duty well built hitch.
Down side, the bit that I had to buy to drill through it cost 8 dollars.
My truck has a 3 inch suspension lift.
I use mine for a front mount receiver on my Jeep to mount a snow plow, and it works great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Mine came with a cover welded over the hole in the middle piece for a more finished look. No sizing issue as a couple other people reported. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Quite a bit of slop in the fit for the receiver. I needed to add a shim to tighten up/Published 4 months ago by Robert A. Benson
The Holes were bored wrong. They did not like up where you could stick a pin through them.Published 7 months ago by The sparks Family