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Frequently Asked Questions.

All vehicles are different. You will need to open your owner’s manual and find the towing section. It will tell you exactly what your vehicle can tow.

There are many types of hitches and a lot of it depends on the vehicle you have.

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Yes. Use the “Hitch Finder” on our web site. Enter all the vehicle information. When all the trailer hitch options appear, if instructions are available, you will see a link to “Click Here For Instructions.”

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NO. If you are just getting a hitch for a bike rack or cargo carrier. You do not need to wire the vehicle. You can always add wiring later when you are ready to tow.

We can put a hitch on most vehicles. Between all of our manufacturers (Curt, Draw-Tite, Ecohitch, Reese, Stealth), we generally can find a hitch for your vehicle. We have 1,000s of hitch applications, even for older vehicles.

A weight distribution system is a setup that slides into a 2″ or higher receiver hitch and then we have bars & brackets that are attached to the trailer. This system distributes the weight of the trailer between the vehicle and the trailer. In most cases, it can double the capacity of the hitch as compared to just using a ball mount. The concept is like a wheel barrow. When the bars are attached to the brackets on the trailer, it is exerting pressure upwards on the ball. This then throws weight onto the front axle of the tow vehicle and also throws the trailer weight onto the trailer itself. Most of the systems we sell have 2 or 4 points of sway control as well. These kits make towing large RV trailers easier, safer and better for the towed vehicle.

Some vehicles can be towed and some cannot. You will need to open your owner’s manual and find the RV towing section. It will tell you exactly if your vehicle can be towed with all 4 wheels on the ground. Moreover, if it can be towed with all 4 wheels on the ground, it will also tell you how to set your vehicle up to be towed.


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