Adjustable RV Trailer Hitch, 2" Receiver (Up to 72" Frames) #13703
- Rated to 3,500 lbs. gross trailer weight and 350 lbs. tongue weight
- Three-piece, adjustable design fits RV frames up to 72" wide
- Tested for safety in accordance with SAE J684
- Designed for towing a cargo carrier, trailer or small vehicle behind an RV
- Protected by a durable gloss black powder coat finish
- Co-cured in a rust-resistant liquid A-coat
- Equipped with an open-back receiver for easy cleaning
- Limited lifetime warranty (one-year finish, one-year parts)
- Made in USA (may include imported hardware)
- Trailer hitch weight ratings are limited to vehicle manufacturer's stated capacities
- Includes strong, grade-8 installation hardware
- MaterialCarbon Steel
- Shipping Weight98.500
- Product Weight104.000
- WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty (One-Year Finish, One-Year Parts)
- Part TypeAdjustable RV Trailer Hitch
- Weight Distribution Tongue Weight(WDTW)n/a
- Weight Distribution(WD)n/a
- Receiver Tube Size2 IN
- Gross Trailer Weight(GTW)3,500 LB
- Tongue Weight(TW)350 LB
- FinishGLOSS BLACK POWDER COAT
Properly equipping yourself is the first step to fully enjoying your next RV adventure. CURT offers a complete RV towing solution, including RV towing lights, RV wiring harnesses, cargo carriers and much more. A CURT RV hitch is your gateway to maximizing the potential of your motorhome. It's the essential accessory to allow dinghy towing with a set of tow bars, installing a ball mount to tow a trailer, increasing storage space with a cargo carrier and much more.
This CURT RV hitch is engineered with a universal, adjustable design to fit a wide variety of applications. It is built with a three-piece frame. The side plates are able to move side to side along the main body of the hitch, allowing it to be tweaked to the exact width needed. This particular RV hitch is able to fit frames up to 72" wide. With the side plates in the correct position, they secure bolt into place using the included mounting hardware.
Having a trailer hitch on the back of your RV is one of the most useful investments you can make to improve your camping experience. This motorhome hitch comes with a standard 2" x 2" receiver tube, allowing it to accept any towing accessories with a 2" shank. A 2" ball mount can be installed to enable the RV to tow a variety of trailers such as a boat trailer, ATV hauler, utility trailer or even a popup camper. A tow bar can also attached, allowing you to bring your vehicle along for the adventure.
This CURT RV camper hitch comes with a gross trailer weight rating of 3,500 lbs. and a tongue weight rating of 350 lbs. This gives it the strength necessary to tow several different types of trailers as well as a variety of vehicles for dinghy towing (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest-rated towing component).
To ensure dependable safety out on the road, all CURT RV hitches have been tested, in-house, at our Detroit engineering and testing facility. We test every trailer hitch model to strict SAE J684 standards, giving you confidence for the road ahead and allowing you to enjoy your journey worry-free. CURT RV hitches also come with welded safety chain loops, providing a solid anchoring point for hooking up proper safety chains.
Like all CURT custom hitches, our RV trailer hitches are constructed right here in the USA for quality you can rely on (may include imported hardware). Our hitches are engineered, fabricated, welded, finished and tested in America. This gives us direct control over the quality of the product.
Each CURT RV hitch is finished with our unique co-cured finishing process. First, the hitches are fully immersed in a liquid A-coat, coating the hitch inside and out. Then, a durable black powder coat is applied and is cured together with the A-coat, resulting in a highly protective and long-lasting finish. It offers industry-leading rust, chip and UV resistance. Whatever weather you find yourself towing in -- rain, shine, snow or sleet -- CURT hitches are built to stand, season after season.
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.