What kind of Trailer Hitch does Curt make?

For a truly DIY option, a CURT weld-on trailer hitch features an adjustable design and a weld-on frame to weld directly to the vehicle’s frame. Weld-on hitches are rated as class 5 hitches and come with a standard 2″ receiver.

What are the best brands of trailer hitches?

You get to choose a hitch from leading brands like: Curt, Draw-Tite, B&W, REESE, and Hidden Hitch. We also have an extensive selection of ball mounts, hitch balls, wiring, trailer accessories and other towing components to help you get on the road and towing.

How does the Triflex trailer hitch system work?

It uses a triple-axis motion sensor to detect the movement and angle of the vehicle-trailer combination. It applies the perfect amount of brake pressure every time. The TriFlex™ installs in minutes with a vehicle-specific harness, and like all CURT brake controls, it comes backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

How big is a Class 5 trailer hitch?

Our class 5 Commercial Duty receiver hitches are made vehicle-specific for your full-size truck, and they are equipped with a 2 1/2″ receiver tube and 20,000-lb. rating for towing the heaviest of conventional trailers.

Where can I get a trailer hitch installed?

Buy any of the parts above online or schedule a hitch system installation or free towing inspection at a U-Haul location near you. U-Haul is North America’s #1 hitch installer. With over 1,500 install locations, we can guarantee you’ll find a location near you.

Where do I Find my U-Haul trailer hitch rating?

Your hitch system rating is the lowest rating among those parts. Your hitch’s maximum tow weight rating can usually be found on a label on the hitch itself. Your can find your hitch ball rating on the top of the ball, or around the base of the shank.