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It is hard to imagine that traveling only a hundred miles was considered a real journey 50 years ago. Tourists encountered numerous difficulties, some of them even led to a tragic end of their lives. The Buick Apollo will save you from the trouble of being bitten by a poisonous snake or dying because of long exposure to cold. But modern science and engineering allow for more than just safe traveling – you can have as much comfort as you want when you have your Buick Apollo and a trailer. If you want to be sure that your Buick Apollo tows the trailer just the way you want it, you should get a fitting Buick Apollo trailer hitch.

The Buick Apollo trailer hitches are manufactured with your needs in mind by the leading companies. They are reliable and easy to set up for work. The trailer hitches we offer will make the trailer follow your vehicle’s track. You won’t we exposed to the trouble of your trailer taking over the control of the Buick Apollo. Low quality trailer hitches sometimes causes this problem because of inappropriate distribution of the weight. The rear of the Buick Apollo gets overloaded by the trailer’s weight; as a result the front axis is lifted into the air due to the change in weight balance. The Buick Apollo trailer hitches we offer are perfectly fit for the weight the trailers are designed to carry – always check the documentation for the maximum allowed weight for your vehicle and trailer.

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    • CURT® Trailer Hitch
      (158 reviews)
      # sp663
      Trailer Hitch by CURT. These receiver hitches allow you to add a hitch receiver to replace the factory bumper ball mount. This means the hitch ball and its ball mount can be removed and stowed when not trailering. It also allows the...
      $56.14 - $266.00
    • Reese® Trailer Hitch
      (15 reviews)
      # sp930
      Trailer Hitch 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...
      $58.21 - $642.97
    • Hidden Hitch® T-One Connector
      (18 reviews)
      # sp9049
      T-One Connector by Hidden Hitch. Make wiring your connector trailer simple with the T-One. It simply plugs into your vehicle's harness near the hitch.
      $7.81
    • CURT® Front Trailer Hitch
      (5 reviews)
      # sp664
      Front Trailer Hitch by CURT. These receiver hitches allow you to add a hitch receiver to replace the factory bumper ball mount. This means the hitch ball and its ball mount can be removed and stowed when not trailering. It also...
      $36.13 - $226.03
    • DWD® Hitch Cover
      (18 reviews)
      # sp1090
      Hitch Cover by DWD. Let the world know how you feel, while you disguise that gaping hole in your hitch receiver. These decorative plastic hitch covers attach with your hitch receivers usual pin and clip.
      $22.29 - $22.70
    • Eurosport Daytona® Premium Hitch Plug
      (4 reviews)
      # sp3911
      Premium Hitch Plug by Eurosport Daytona. These hitchplugs are made of welded aluminum for enduring quality and ease of maintenance. They also have acrylic inserts that are laser-cut and hand assenbled to create a vivid automotive...
      $59.95
    • Blue Ox® Tow Bar
      (0 reviews)
      # sp13920
      Tow Bar by Blue Ox. Tow your vehicle securely behind your RV with this lightweight, rust-resistant aluminum tow bar. Hookup is a snap, even on unlevel ground, thanks to the 3-axis swivel feature and self-aligning arms that...
      $250.39 - $3,267.73
    • Rugged Ridge® Class 1 Receiver Hitch Kit with 1.88" Chrome Trailer Ball (11580.53)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1301739
      Universal Receiver Hitch Kit with 1.88" Chrome Trailer Ball (11580.53) by Rugged Ridge. If you want to tow with your Jeep but it didn't come with the trailer tow package, add this 2" receiver hitch and get it done. It bolts directly...
      $110.99
    • Rugged Ridge® Class 1 Receiver Hitch Kit with 2" Chrome Trailer Ball (11580.54)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1301740
      Universal Receiver Hitch Kit with 2" Chrome Trailer Ball (11580.54) by Rugged Ridge. If you want to tow with your Jeep but it didn't come with the trailer tow package, add this 2" receiver hitch and get it done. It bolts directly to...
      $99.99
    • Reese® Class 3 / 4 Multi-Fit Motorhome Trailer Hitch with Receiver Opening (36010)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn2375123
      Universal Multi-Fit Motorhome Trailer Hitch with 2" Receiver Opening by Reese. 5000 lbs GTW / 500 lbs TW. Install a trailer hitch between the frame rails of your truck, whether it's a stake truck, service body, pickup or motorhome....
      $188.21
    • Draw-Tite® Class 3 / 4 Multi-Fit Motorhome Trailer Hitch with Receiver Opening (5350)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1916002
      Universal Black Multi-Fit Motorhome Hitch by Draw-Tite. The Weight Carrying Capacity is 5000 lbs, while the Tongue Weight is 500 lbs, and the Receiver Tube Opening Size is 2", Drilling Required. Install a trailer hitch between the...
      $194.88
    • Hidden Hitch® Class 3 / 4 Black Multi-Fit Motor Home Hitch (5000 lbs GTW / 500 lbs TW) (82200)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1617935
      Universal Class 3 / 4 Black Multi-Fit Motor Home Hitch (82200) by Hidden Hitch. Fits Frames 31" to 46" Wide. 5000 lbs GTW / 500 lbs TW, 6000/750 with Weight Destribution. Install a trailer hitch between the frame rails of your...
      $156.05
    • Hidden Hitch® Class 3 / 4 Black Multi-Fit Motor Home Hitch (3500 lbs GTW / 300 lbs TW) (82201)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1617936
      Universal Class 3 / 4 Black Multi-Fit Motor Home Hitch (82201) by Hidden Hitch. Fits Frames 47" to 71" Wide. 3500 lbs GTW / 300 lbs TW Install a trailer hitch between the frame rails of your truck, whether it's a stake truck,...
      $228.68
    • Torklift® Class 5 30K Magnum Hitch (F1003-30)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn1146675215
      Universal 00-15 F350/F450/F550 Cab/Chassis, 30K Magnum Hitch by Torklift. This product is made of high-quality materials to serve you for years to come. Designed using state-of-the-art technology and with customers in mind, this...
      $769.99
    • Buyers® Receiver For Bike Rack And Accessories (1801120)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn470308484
      Universal Receiver For Bike Rack And Accessories by Buyers, Motor Home & Trailer.
      $221.15




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    Buick Apollo Trailer Hitches Reviews

    Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 154 reviews
    5 of 5
    Best Hitches Made
    This hitch replaced an old one I had to put a bolt through to keep it secure. It had come loose once but I was lucky the safety chains kept it with the truck but the big dent still remains in the fender. Bulldog hitches are simple and I no longer worry about whether the trailer is securely attached to my vehicle. I just cut the old welds, ground everything, smooth, welded the Bulldog in place, added some spray primer, (the whole trailer will get paint when it warms up), and I am ready to roll. Both my trailers have been modified with Bulldog hitches.
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