Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitches & Towing

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Hidden Hitch is another of Cequent’s many brand identities in the towing industry. In the hitch-building business since 1968, Hidden Hitch pioneered the round-tube style hitch in 1984, making a line of hitches that looked less industrial on modern cars and SUVS than everyone else’s square-tube versions. With Cequent’s industry-wide expertise and product development resources, they’ll continue to develop products that change the industry.

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    Does your trailer use a 2-wire style of tail/brake/turn light, like most do? Then if your vehicle has separate bulbs for tail, brake and turn signals as many late-model cars and trucks do, you’ll need a converter to make the right bulbs on the trailer light up when they’re supposed to. Hidden Hitch also has T-connectors to make the installation of a hitch connector a simple plug-in operation that doesn’t involve splicing.

    Pick and choose from not only a receiver-style hitch that fits your vehicle and is rated to tow a trailer that’s of the correct max weight for it, but a wide assortment of ball mounts and balls. It’s often necessary to spec a ball mount with rise or drop, to make the trailer ride in a level attitude behind a truck with a much higher receiver opening, or a car with a much lower one. With three different ball sizes with different shank sizes, and five different weight classes, it’s not one-size-fits-all. And a poor choice in setting up a trailer can result in a dangerous, evil-handling setup.

    Hidden Hitch has been in the trailer hitch/towing industry since 1968, leading the industry with innovations like the round-tube receiver hitch in 1984 and introducing the receiver-mounted bike carrier in 1988. They pioneered the use of removable receiver hitch drawbars that allow you to remove the ball from your vehicle when it’s not needed, a concept that culminated in the Invisi-hitch, which is completely unnoticeable when the ball mount is removed.

    Look in the Hidden Hitch catalog for hitch balls in every conceivable size and weight class rating, as well as receiver tube covers, adapters to change receiver sizes up or down, and steps to plug into the receiver. Front-mount receivers to attach steps, license plate frames and winches. Hidden hitch is also a great source for unfinished receiver tubes in all three sizes for fabricating your own hitch from scratch.

    Towing a trailer of any size or weight puts demands on the tow vehicle. Hidden Hitch has upgrades like extra-wide towing mirrors, backup cameras (great for solo hookups) and transmission coolers. They’re also a good source for more mundane items like bungees, tow straps, cable and hitch locks and other cargo management parts.


    Hidden Hitch Reviews
    Average rating:4.54.7 - 109 reviews
    5(4.8)
    APPEARANCE10
    EASE OF INSTALLATION8
    PRICE/VALUE10
    QUALITY10
    Self Explanatory
    2015 Toyota RAV4
    | Posted by | (Granbury, TX)

    Installed the hitch and encountered only a minor problem with bolting the hitch to the attachment points because of the exhaust. Great product. I was not especially happy with the electrical connections provided as an assessor as the final product did not look professional. Instead I purchased another product the allowed for many different configurations for trailer wiring attachments. The wiring was especially difficult for the layman, something I hadn't considered.

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