Isuzu Oasis Trailer Hitches

About Isuzu Oasis Trailer Hitches

CARiD sells a range of Isuzu Oasis trailer hitches such as the Class Two Frame trailer hitch, and hitch accessories like ball mounts for 1-1/4 receiver, rise ball mount for 1-1/4 receiver, pintle hook mounting plate for two receivers, step pad, winch plate for 2 receivers and the combo pintle hook for two receivers. The Class Two trailer hitch for Isuzu Oasis comes with a temporal ball for convenience when not trailing. This type also allows one to mount a bicycle rack, cargo carrier or other receiver accessories. Step hitches are also easily attached to this type, with the upgraded factory receivers making trailing ease and convenient. The Class 1/2 ball mount for 1-1/4 receiver comes in hardy for light loads. Its height makes the trailer level with the vehicle, creating a balance so that trailing is safe. It also comes with pins and clips for easy attachment. The Pintle Hook Mounting Plate for two receivers saves on time as it is easily installed and mounted.

The winch plate for two receivers is custom-made with proper gears to make trailing easier. It is also made with top quality materials, for guaranteed durability. Also available at CARiD is the Combo Pintle Hook for two receivers, which is mostly convenient for heavy trailing. Isuzu Oasis trailer hitches made custom made from tough materials and last a good number of years. A thick paint is also used as coating to ensure corrosion is at a minimum and durability is enhanced. Tests carried on these types of hitches have proven their strength, with most Isuzu owners subsequently opting for this type over many others. Other convenient hitch accessories for Oasis hitches include the hitch step and the ATV adapter for two receivers with gloss black powdered frames. For the best experience, choose the trailer hitch that best matches your Oasis weight capacity and the weight capacity of the trailer(s) you intend to be hauling.

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