Dodge Intrepid Trailer Hitches

About Dodge Intrepid Trailer Hitches

Your Dodge Intrepid has the capacity to do more than you give it credit for. What stops you from carrying a few hundred tons of produce from your farm in the car? Or carrying your sports and fishing gear when going for these expeditions? Did you know you can carry your outdoor grille too and all related cooking ware in the car for a fun outing and barbeque with your family or friends out in the woods? A trailer hitch makes all this possible. Opt for one of the special design Dodge Intrepid trailer hitches available at CARiD. They are designed to fit precisely onto the Intrepid and provide the anchor you need to haul a trailer full of all the above. Your choice of hitch will be determined by the load capacity you want to carry, since different hitches have different weight capacities. You cannot go wrong with Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch or Lund, which are some of the brands of Dodge Intrepid hitches you find at CARiD. Their quality is above reproach and they sustain their indicated weight capacities comfortably.

The Dodge Intrepid Class 2 Square Trailer Hitch from Hidden Hitch is an example of a hitch you can buy. It has a capacity of 3500lbs and a tongue weight of 300 lbs. Even though it requires a bit of drilling to fix it into place, it is one of the more sturdy hitches for the Intrepid in the market, and remains stable and in use for many years. Constant use does not wear it out as happens with many cheap hitches. Dodge Intrepid trailer hitches are primed to withstand water and a range of chemical reactions. They are given a powered coating to protect against corrosion, preserving the steel inside so that chemicals do not have any effect on it. In any case, each comes with a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. Don’t be surprised if the hitch outlives your Dodge Intrepid!

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