BMW 7-Series Trailer Hitches

    About BMW 7-Series Trailer Hitches

    Sightseeing is exciting, but it’s obvious that a camera isn’t enough for great vacation. What about taking your favorite bike along? Or do you want your family and friends to accompany you? None of the things listed above will fit into the BMW 7-series. All you need to do is to extend the cargo capacity of your vehicle in some way. The most advanced and comfortable way out is a trailer. Luckily, the BMW 7-series is technically suitable to drag a trailer around but the owner should take care of the junction mechanism between the vehicle and the trailer. That is what the BMW 7-series trailer hitches are for.

    Are you curious why a trailer hitch is such a big deal? The answer lies in the diversity of trailers available for different purposes. A class I trailer carrying a 1000 lbs heavy motorcycle is quite different from a class II trailer that will allow you to attach a small house to your BMW 7-series. 10% of the trailer weight (including the weight of the cargo) is usually carried by the rear of the car. If the BMW 7-series trailer hitch isn’t suited for such pressure you may experience problems with steering because the front wheels of the car will be lifted into the air. That’s why you should take a look at all the available types of BMW 7-serier trailer hitches.

    Here at CARiD we have a loyal set of customers, and they are very involved with their cars. That means using them in many ways, or racing them or towing them to car shows on trailers. They know towing, is what we’re saying. And 2 of them left a number of reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. We know you’ll feel the same way after towing your toys around, whether it’s a race car, a trailer full of quads or motorcycles or personal watercraft or full-on camper. CARiD has the parts you need to support your hobby!

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    When you’re setting up your trailer with a new tow vehicle, several things need to be considered: the ball mount and ball must be rated to take the weight, and the ball has to be at the right height. Once you have determined the proper weight class, choose a ball mount of a high enough class for your trailer, and set up your ball mount and ball for proper towing. Here's how you do that.

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