Land Rover Freelander Trailer Hitches

About Land Rover Freelander Trailer Hitches

Deciding on the right trailer hitch doesn’t have to be an extremely hard decision. It can be quite easy in fact if you know where to look for multiple choices. Check out the variety of Land Rover Freelander Trailer Hitches at CARiD in order to find one that will match your needs. There are five classes of Freelander hitches to choose from, and each class is more or less durable and sturdier than the other. Another major difference between each class is the amount of weight it can withstand during its haul. While a class 1 can handle 2000 lbs, a class 5 has a total capacity of over 10000 lbs. A class 3 trailer hitch is in the middle and has a total weight capacity of 5000 lbs. This class is a superb option for most hauling needs. Whether you have to move a medium sized trailer, small boat, and vehicle or for other reasons, try a class 3 trailer hitch.

The Land Rover Freelander Class 3 Max Frame Trailer Hitch by Draw-Tite has a weight carrying capacity of 3500 lbs. Its tongue weight is 350 lbs. This lifetime warranty trailer hitch is strong and durable for heavy hauls. Another trailer hitch you can consider is the Land Rover Freelander Class 3 / Class 4 Square Trailer Hitch by Hidden Hitch. Its weight capacity is also 3500 lbs with a tongue weight that totals 350 lbs. If you are interested in a strong trailer hitch where excess tongue weight can be transferred to the front axle, the Land Rover Freelander Class 3 Concealed Black Rear Trailer Hitch by CURT is the way to go. A class 3 trailer hitch isn’t needed however for small tasks like moving bicycles for instance. In this case, try CARiD’s Universal Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier that holds up to 500 lbs. It also comes equipped with a 20x60 inch platform.

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There are four major types of trailer hitches, regardless of whether they are installed at the factory or added on afterward. A hitch may simply have a bar sticking out past the bumper with a ball mounted to it. Or there may be a square receiver that takes a ball mount that slides into it. In all cases, there are different weight ratings.
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Land Rover Freelander Models
  • Freelander Base Trailer Hitches
  • Freelander HSE Trailer Hitches
  • Freelander S Trailer Hitches
  • Freelander SE Trailer Hitches
  • Freelander SE3 Trailer Hitches