Tow Hitch Receiver Bumper Mounted Bike Hitch Receiver Tube Cargo Receiver Hitch (Bolt on Hitch Model)
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Two pairs of holes are drilled in it ,one pair is 8 inches center to center and the other is 12 inches center to center. In order to mount the unit, you will need two 8 inch and two 12 inch holes. However, it will be slightly off center. You can drill your own holes instead if you want it centered. It is possible to drill in solidly between the holes.
If you want to install this unit, you will need to know how to do We have seen clients mount these hitch receivers on a variety of vehicles, such as a Honda Civic (using 2 by 4s to support the undercarriage) or a Van (as shown). The mechanic skills necessary for certain applications vary, so this may or may not be necessary.
It can be used with a bumper made of metal
As far as I know, I installed it on a Lexus GX 470, but I'm not certain about the The receiver is missing from mine but I did have the hitch
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The steel was very thick and very solid, just what the doctor ordered. I'd like to warn you! 2. When referring to 1, 2. For safety, you should purchase a couple of 5/8" grade 8 bolts, nuts, and washers at the hardware store. you check that the bumper bolts and nuts are in the correct.
The winch can then be used with any vehicle that has a 2 inch receiver by pulling one pin. In order to use the safety chain hole as a tie down point in the trailer, I mounted it upside down.
These holes are likely to be used for toeballs as well. Note Hardware is not included in the package. It was really big so I had to match the biggest Carrage bolt available at Home Depot. There was a 5/8" hole in the middle. This is the location I recommend For all your peace of mind, make sure the nuts are both tight and double-threaded.
This is applied to the rear bumper of a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 that had always had a ball mounted as the only component. The bolts were grade 8 and I torqued them to 150 ft. per inch. A few pounds. A bumper had already been fitted with the 8" spacing. The receiver hitch is required for the bike rack, so now I can not only use it for my trailer, but also for our new bicycles (bike rack required). **This bolt on receiver hitch complies with truck specifications concerning the tongue weight and trailer weight.
3/8 is the material used for the mounting plate. Heavily laden - That's our job. This mounting plate is made out of 3/8 steel, and it weighs a lot. So I could move my trailer around the yard without having to use the truck, I made a mounting plate and mounted it to my tractor.
I am pleased with the product.
The problem was solved without any difficulty.
It was a nice little hitch that went on very quickly.