Plymouth Trailer Hitches

Plymouth is a brand of automobiles produced by the Chrysler Corporation since 1928 and the DaimlerChrysler company since 1998. The list of its autos is as long as your arm, including such light cars as the Breeze, Barracuda, Horizon, heavier vehicles like the Plymouth PT-50 or PT-81, and a lot of stylish concept cars such as the Slingshot, Prowler, Explorer, etc. Depending on the Plymouth dreamboat you own, you have to choose a certain kind of a trailer hitch when you make a decision to carry a lot more cargo than your vehicle can bear.

We call your attention to the Plymouth hitches offered on our website, namely, weight-carrying and weight-distributing parts for passenger cars and light trucks, as well as gooseneck and 5th wheel items for heavier trucks. All units we store are constructed from high-quality materials and sturdily welded in order to serve your vehicle as long as you own it. Such trustworthy companies as KC HiLiTES, Rola, Pro Series, Rugged Ridge, Cequent, Wesbar, Tow Ready, and AutoGold have done their best to provide you with only first-rate parts. So, don't hesitate and choose the Plymouth trailer hitch that definitely fits the bill.

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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.
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....
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Trailer lights always seem to be out, or intermittent, or making the turn signals blink too fast. It’s a non-stop case of whack-a-mole to keep your trailer lit up properly, here’s some advice on how to reduce your maintenance investment. There are as many as seven electrical circuits in the standard trailer plug, but don't assume that just because your trailer...