Land Rover County Classic Trailer Hitches

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    Are you moving to a new location in another state? If so, I’m sure you’ve started calling moving companies to help transfer your belongings. Thankfully, you don’t have to spend all of that money. Instead, you can check out the Land Rover County Classic trailer hitches at CARiD and get a trailer to move your belongings from your old house to your new house. There are different types of trailers that you can purchase; small, medium, large or extra large. Once you have the right trailer, you can then buy a fitting trailer hitch. Each hitch class has a different weight capacity so ensure that the one you buy can handle the weight of your trailer. For instance, if you’re only loading clothes and small personal belongings into your trailer, then you won’t need a high class trailer hitch. A small trailer hitch will do the job right.

    A small trailer can be hauled with a Class 1 trailer hitch. Class 1 trailer hitches have a weight capacity of 2000 lbs and a tongue weight of 250. A Class 2 trailer hitch has a weight capacity of 3500 lbs. This hitch can be used for a small or medium sized trailer. A Class 3 trailer hitch can haul up to 5000 lbs. This hitch can easily haul your belongings in a medium or large trailer. A Class 3 trailer hitch can also be used to pull your car. Class 4 Land Rover County Classic trailer hitches from CARiD are a superb choice for hauling large or extra large trailers. Not only can they hold your clothes, shoes, memories and other personal belongings, but you can also throw in any bikes, motorcycles or jet skis you might have. Class 5 trailer hitches are the strongest and have a total weight capacity of over 10000 lbs. Whatever the size of hitch you need, CARiD has you covered.



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    When you’re setting up your trailer with a new tow vehicle, several things need to be considered: the ball mount and ball must be rated to take the weight, and the ball has to be at the right height. Once you have determined the proper weight class, choose a ball mount of a high enough class for your trailer, and set up your ball mount and ball for proper towing....