A CURT RV hitch is a trailer hitch designed to mount on a recreational vehicle to tow along a few toys, add extra cargo space or to allow a vehicle to be flat-towed behind the RV. These hitches are manufactured using CURT's quality processes of robotic welding, thorough cleaning and precise finishing. Both our RV trailer hitches and RV bumper hitches are coated with a liquid Bonderite coating and high-gloss black powder coat finish to protect against scratches, rust and UV damage, and both offer a 2" x 2" receiver tube opening to accept a ball mount or hitch-mounted accessory.
CURT RV hitches are designed to fit a variety of RV styles. With two types to choose from -- an adjustable 3-piece frame-mounted style or a bumper-mounted style -- these hitches mount easily onto the frame using the included hardware. This class 3 RV hitch features a gross trailer weight capacity of 3,500 lbs. and a tongue weight capacity of 350 lbs. It is able to fit a frame up to 72" wide. It is excellent for towing a bike rack or cargo carrier behind your RV, increasing your overall cargo space, or an average-size trailer, such as a utility trailer, boat trailer or recreational vehicle hauler for ATVs, personal watercraft or dirt bikes. This RV trailer hitch is also compatible with a tow dolly or tow bar for dinghy towing a small vehicle (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest weight capacity of any towing component).
CURT RV hitches are not just another accessory for your camper, motorhome, RV -- whatever you call yours -- they are a product of smart engineering and quality construction to help you achieve that ultimate RV experience every time you hit the road.
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Travel Trailer Install
I put one of these on a 2006 31ft Holiday Rambler Savoy travel trailer, This was a less expensive option than building one from scratch. I liked the fact that it was totally bolt on as welding on the underbelly of an RV is a real fire hazard. The difficulty of installation is totally dependent on the frame type and spacing you are dealing with and there is NO RV Standard. Measure where you need to install it first to determine the width of the kit you need. It helps if you can do it on a concrete surface and if you have good mechanical skills. I had an I-beam frame with a box frame dropdown at the rear and had to cut 2 inches off the side plates and move two holes. The music wire bolt fishing tool worked great. The adjustable frame tube mounts make the whole thing work well. I used this to mount a large trike carrier on the trailer. I also moved the spare tire under the trailer with the BAL telescoping slide. A word of caution, don't try to add anything to the factory bumper mounted receiver hitch on a travel trailer, it can hold a spare tire or a light bike rack but little else. I looked at all options and was very pleased with this, plus it is USA made.