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Trailer Hitches & Receiver Hitches by Curt MFG


Curt Receiver Hitches - Class 1, II, III or IV

Price: Prices Vary, Search Above to find your vehicle

  • All Frame Attachment
  • 2" Square Receiver Tube Opening 
  • We carry class III receivers from Draw-Tite, Curt & Valley
  • Backed by a nation wide lifetime warranty
  • Use the "Shop By Vehicle" menu up top to see what class of hitch we carry for your vehicle.
  • Never exceed your vehicles maximum towing capacity

Receiver Hitches | Trailer Hitches Phoenix - Ford Super Duty Hitch Image

  Weight Carrying Weight Distributing
Class III Receiver Hitches Up To 600 lbs Up To 6,000 lbs Up To 1,000 lbs Up To 10,000 lbs
Class IV Receiver Hitches Up To 1,000 lbs Up To 10,000 lbs Up To 1,200 lbs Up To 12,000 lbs
Class V Receiver Hitches Up To 1,200 lbs Up To 12,000 lbs Up To 1,700 lbs Up To 14,000 lbs
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Determine GTW & TW Capacities

To help you determine what the TW (Tongue Weight) and GTW (Gross Trailer Weight) we will discuss how to do this.
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For The Trailer

Gross trailer weight (GTW) is the weight of the trailer fully loaded in its actual towing condition.

GTW is measured by placing the fully loaded trailer on a vehicle scale. The entire weight of the trailer should be supported on the scale as shown in Figure 1.

Tongue weight (TW) is the downward force exerted on the hitch ball by the trailer coupler. In most cases, it is about 10 to 15 percent of GTW. TW of up to 300 lbs. can be measured on a household scale by resting the trailer coupler on the scale and placing the scale on a box so that the coupler is at its normal towing height. The trailer must be fully loaded and level.

For heavier tongue weights, place a household scale and a brick that's as thick as the scale three feet apart as shown in Figure 2. Set a length of pipe on each and rest a beam across the pipes. Re-zero the scale to correct for the weight of the beam and pipe. Securely block the trailer wheels. Rest the trailer jack on the beam as shown, one (1) foot from the brick and two (2) feet from the scale.

To obtain the TW, multiply the scale reading by three (3). For greater tongue weights, place the scale and brick four (4) feet apart, rest the jack on the beam three (3) feet from the scale and multiply the scale reading by four (4).

For The Tow Vehicle

Like the trailer, the tow vehicle has a maximum weight capacity it was designed to tow. Its maximum towing capacity can be found in the owner's manual.
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