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  1. #1
    Ike is offline
    Charter Member#93 Charter Member Ike's Avatar
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    Hitch reciever and ball?

    Does anyone make a reciever and ball stronger then 10,000 lbs for a class 5 hitch?,I have never seen one.

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    not that I know of. 10,000 is the max on a dead tow, 14,000 with Weight distribution

  3. #3
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    Troutly....your right. I just went outside to read what's on my draw bar and hitch. Titan V...draw bar rated @ 12,000 lb/1200 lb tongue weight.

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    Just make sure the receiver is solid steel and not the hollow box type. The ball will also have a stamped rating on it so look for that also.

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