Honda Passport Trailer Hitches

About Honda Passport Trailer Hitches

At some point in time, you will need to pull a trailer from the rear of your vehicle. Trailers can be used to move heavy loads like equipment, other vehicles, food or personal belongings to name a few things. Trailers are also easier to use and cheaper than hiring a moving company. All you need is the right trailer hitch, ball and receiver. When you search Honda Passport trailer hitches at CARiD, you will find hundreds of options, ranging from different classes to a range of durability and quality levels. You can take the time to compare each one and then determine the best one for your needs. For instance, while some are just made of metal, others have a black powder coat finish that offers corrosion resistance. The best way to pick out the right trailer hitch is to first consider what you’re hauling. If you’re hauling a truck or something extremely large, you can automatically take weaker hitches out of the equation. Once you consider the weight of what you’re hauling, you can then choose the right type.

For instance, CARiD’s Class 3 Professional Trailer Hitch by Reese is a great idea for medium/large sized trailers. It has a weight capacity of 3500 pounds and a tongue weight of 350 pounds. This type of trailer hitch is common for hauling vehicles. A Class 1, however, is perfect for small trailers or cargo hitches. The Universal Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier at CARiD is one option. This cargo carrier has a platform of 20x60 and a capacity of 500 pounds. A Class 2 has a capacity of up to 3500 pounds. Class 3 has a capacity of up to 5000 while the Class 4 hitches have a capacity of 10000 lbs. Weight capacity over 10,000pounds can be handled by a Class 5 hitch. A few other trailer hitches you can look into are the Trailer Hitch by Draw-Tite or by Hidden Hitch.

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