Chevy Tahoe 8' Bed 2001, Class 3 / 4 Trailer Hitch with Receiver Opening by Reese®. Install a trailer hitch between the frame rails of your truck, whether it's a stake truck, service body, pickup or motorhome. These are custom installations, and may require welding, additional parts like spacers, and some minor custom fabrication. Lifetime warranty.
- Versatile for various makes and models
- May require welding, drilling
- Mix and match Center Section and Side Brackets
- For Service body and flatbed stake chassis, motorhomes and pickups
- Black powder coat finish over e-coat
Not every truck has a bolt-on trailer hitch option. You may need to fabricate a hitch to meet your needs, and it's a lot easier to start with one of these universal kits than to start from scratch. With a prefabricated and painted receiver, and mix-and-match end plates, you may simply need to drill a few holes. Other kits are prefabricated, but require some simple welding between the end plates and the cross bar. That makes fitting a hitch receiver a job that has the truck back in service in an hour or less, instead of sitting in the shop for the better part of a day while a complete hitch is fabricated. Don't take chances that the fabricator who's building your hitch is building it to carry the load you'll be hauling: with one of these kits, you'll have a tow rating that's been engineered into it by the manufacturer.
Reese Elite, R16, Select Series, Sidewinder, Titan, Revolution, Goosebox, and Strait Line and SC (active sway control) weight distribution systems are some of the best heavy duty towing and trailer control products available today. Since 1952 the Reese brand has lead the trailer towing industry with proven designs that exceed the industry standards and is the "brand of choice" when performance is the expectation. Known for a tradition of "Pioneering Performance," Reese is the perfect selection for all of your heaviest towing needs.