Chevy SSR Trailer Hitches

About Chevy SSR Trailer Hitches

The Chevy Super Sport Roadster (SSR) is a fun car to drive around. Its high seating position gives it an imposing image on the freeway. It also has a reasonable handling and competent ride quality. The SSR has a strong suspension and strong stability, allowing it to move around bends with minimal body roll. Its cargo space is reasonable. However, if you are hoping for some outdoor fun on the countryside or some camping safari in the woods then you need some larger cargo room. A trailer hitch from CARiD will allow you to tow your boat, tents, bikes and other accessories with minimal ease. First, determine your cars towing capacity. Only then can you get the right hitch for it. There are many different types available depending on your vehicle capacity, need and preference. Weight distribution trailer hitches are highly recommended because they distribute weight evenly up to the front axle. Improper weight distribution will put undue pressure on the rear axle causing the front wheels to fee light on the road. This will create steering and road safety problems for you.

Chevy SSR trailer hitches are designed by competent professionals to guarantee precision and safety. High quality materials are used to manufacture the product. CARiD only stocks trailer hitches from the most reputable brands such as CURT, REESE, HIDDEN HITCH and PRO SERIES among others. These brands are associated with high quality products. Furthermore, their products come with a limited lifetime warranty, guaranteeing against defects in quality and workmanship. They are also coated with a black treated powder to prevent rusting and corrosion. Installation is a piece of cake. Trailer hitches bolt directly into your car in a matter of minutes. No drilling or adjustments on your part are required. The dealers also provide an instruction manual to go with it to guide you as you attach it to your vehicle.

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There are four major types of trailer hitches, regardless of whether they are installed at the factory or added on afterward. A hitch may simply have a bar sticking out past the bumper with a ball mounted to it. Or there may be a square receiver that takes a ball mount that slides into it. In all cases, there are different weight ratings.
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