Saab 900 Trailer Hitches

Most families love to spend time together doing anything, anywhere. Whether they’re going to a party together or going across the country for a little car ride, family time is family time. Luckily there are vehicles called campers where a family can live while they go across the globe. Campers are one of the leading trends and are only getting bigger, but also more extravagant. Grab yourself a trailer hitch and a camper and start packing for your family vacation! Browse through SAAB 900 trailer hitches at CARiD to find one that can withstand the weight of your camper. For this, you will need a strong, durable, corrosion resistance trailer hitch. One that has a high enough weight capacity for not only the camper before it’s filled, but also after it’s filled with your stuff. There are 5 classes of trailer hitches that can be purchased from CARiD. Each one has a different weight capacity and some aren’t strong enough for the move. Compare each one to determine the best option for you and your family.

The Class I trailer hitch is for only light weight hauls. Its weight capacity is 2000lbs. Typically, you would find this type of trailer hitch being used for a smaller trailer or bike rack. The next size up is a Class II trailer hitch. This class of trailer hitches has a weight limit of 3500 lbs. Class II trailer hitches are great for small/medium trailers, jet skis and even motorcycles. The next class up is a Class III trailer hitch. Up to 5000 lbs can be hauled with a Class III hitch. Small campers can be pulled with a Class IV trailer hitch. Class IV trailer hitches have a weight capacity of 10000 lbs. The final class is a Class V. Anything over 10000 lbs is a Class V. This class is superb for medium and large campers full of everything you want to bring.

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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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