Isuzu Vehicross Trailer Hitches

About Isuzu Vehicross Trailer Hitches

Attaching a hitch to your Isuzu Vehicross is the ideal way to tow cargo from one place to another. Choose from the wide variety of Isuzu Vehicross trailer hitches and hitch accessories available at CARiD. Some of the Isuzu Vehicross trailer hitch accessories you can buy from CARiD include the rear trailer hitch receiver, loaded ball mount with ball for 2 receivers, pintle hook mounting plate for 2 receivers, and winch plate for two receivers. The rear trailer hitch receiver with a tongue weight of 300 lbs and a broad base allows transfer of excess tongue weight to the front, making weight distribution fair. Unlike other trailer hitches, this type is usually given a strong lining and fastened to withstand heavy loads. Its removable ball adds to its convenience when one is not trailing. The loaded ball mount for 2 receivers with chrome-fitted balls blends strength and convenience, bringing out a heavy duty trailer hitch hook. When it comes to durability, this type of hitch usually stands the test of time as its chrome fitted ball does not get corroded or waste away easily. Not forgetting its robotically-welded finish which is guaranteed to last many years.

Another accessory hitch for the Vehicross is the skid shield for 2 receivers and the step pad for two receivers. These are designed for light loads and with their broad base, they usually hold on to the load firmly. Stability is greatly enhanced and weight along the hitch is distributed fairly. The winch plate for two receivers comes with a broad base and a robotically welded lining, ensuring strength and firmness. Its two receivers increase its base, making weight-distribution fair and load stability enhanced. Also in the list is the Combo Pintle hook for two receivers. With its large tongue weight and broad base, this type usually bears heavy loads and eliminates rattling. Its thick black lining assures durability.

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