Isuzu Amigo Trailer Hitches

About Isuzu Amigo Trailer Hitches

Isuzu Amigo trailer hitches are divided into several categories: weight carrying, weight distributing and gooseneck hitches. Weight bearing hitches usually take all the weight of the trailer’s tongue and puts it on the suspension. This is so as to make the back heavier and the front wheels lighter. Weight distributing hitches usually have spring bars that transfer some of the trailer weight forward on the front tires while gooseneck hitches are larger and are designed for large and heavy trailers. The Isuzu Amigo mostly uses the weight distributing and weight bearing hitches as they are not as complex as gooseneck hitches, though customized gooseneck hitches are readily available. Check the entire variety of Amigo trailer hitches at CARiD to choose. Base your choice of hitch on your Amigo’s maximum weight capacity, the hitch’s weight carrying capacity and size of trailer you intend to tow.

To make the hitch easier to use, consider buying also accessories such as the rear trailer hitch receiver, fusion ball mount for two receivers, drop ball mount for quarter receiver, no drop ball mount receiver and ball mounts. Rear trailer hitch receivers are made in such a way that one can replace the factory bumper ball mount. This implies that the ball mount can be removed and stored when not trailing. This type also allows equalizing hitches so as to transfer excess tongue weight to the front axle of the vehicle. Class Three fusion mounts usually have permanently mounted balls and are usually designed for heavy duty fusion style. This type is usually robotically welded and streamlined to provide clean, strong weld lines and an executive finish. Drop ball mounts also take up the same design and specification though they have minor alterations. Other prominent trailer hitch accessories for the Amigo model are the multi ball mounts, which are usually characterized of three permanently mounted balls that are robotically welded.

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