Buick Skylark Trailer Hitches

    About Buick Skylark Trailer Hitches


    The Buick Skylark trailer hitches are available for people eager to explore America (and the rest of the world) in their comfortable cars with some additional cargo in the trailer. Every customer has his own needs that he wants to satisfy; we present different kinds of the Buick Skylark trailer hitches, so that you can find the solution you need.

    Trailer hitches are divided into classes by the gross trailer weight they can carry. The limit of Class I trailer hitches is 2000 lbs of gross trailer weight; the limit for Class II is set at 3000 lbs; Class III can handle as much as 6000 lbs of gross trailer weight. Class I and II trailer hitches are also called the weight carrying trailer hitches. It is just enough to take some sporting or camping gear, but you won’t be able to take a house on a trip if your Buick Skylark is outfitted with a weight-carrying hitch since you will experience severe problems with steering. An overweight at the back of the car will cause the front wheels to rise into the air, which in its turn causes the driver to lose control over the vehicle. Even worse, the trailer may take over your car at the moment you expect it the least. The weight-distributing hitches are designed to accomplish more complex tasks – they provide comfortable steering when you decide to attach a vacation trailer to your car. This means you can safely attach up to 6000 lbs of weight to your Buick Skylark.

    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 20 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.

    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2013 Buick Verano
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    "As advertised. Good fit, easy to install. Solid!"

    5(5)
    2005 Buick Le Sabre
    Posted by

    "Good replacement for damaged part."

    5(5)
    2012 Buick Enclave
    Posted by

    "Perfect replacement for damaged part."

    5(5)
    2009 Buick Enclave
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    "This is a wonderful way to add extra cargo carrying capacity. The whole thing swings out of the way to allow you access to the back of the vehicle. It is easy to mount."

    5(5)
    Buick
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    "One of the best investments I did. Very easy to put on and looks great."