Universal Receiver Hitch D-Shackle by Smittybilt®. If towing and pulling is a regular part of your rig's duties, count on Smittybilt for quality equipment you can depend on. From receiver hitches and hitch balls, to hooks and D-rings, Smittybilt has the hitch accessories to make any job go smoothly.
- Made from the highest quality materials
- Delivers exceptional durability and wear resistance
- Meets the highest quality standards
Whether you're towing a trailer, pulling a piece of equipment around your property, or pulling a buddy out of a ditch, Smittybilt has the hitch accessories that will help you get the job done. If you want to equip your Wrangler with a hitch, Smittybilt has a Class II 2" receiver hitch that will bolt right on. It's constructed from square tube and powdercoated to prevent abrasion and corrosion.
To make the most of your receiver hitch, Smittybilt has the accessories for any kind of towing. For conventional towing they offer cold forged hitch balls that are thick chrome plated for durability. And for unconventional towing, Smittybilt offers receiver attachments like a ¾" 4.75-ton receiver hitch D-ring in your choice of black or zinc, and a 10,000 lb. weight rated tow hook for 2" receivers in black.
D-rings are always handy to have for any type of pulling job and Smittybilt has a great selection, from 1/2" to 7/8" and with 2-ton to 6.5-ton ratings. These are heavy-duty forgings and available in zinc or black powdercoat, and with quick pin disconnect.
Sometimes a hook can be the easiest and simplest attachment point and for this Smittybilt has a selection in both chrome and black finish, and both include hardware.
SmittyBilt®, located in Compton, California, is the leader in the off-road parts and accessories market because they were there at its inception. Founder Basil Smith, also known as "Smitty", was one of the original Southern California 4WD enthusiasts. He started a business called Rock-ett Products, making specialized equipment for trucks and Jeeps, in his garage/machine shop in 1956. Smitty's son Tom began working at Rock-ett at an early age and became head of the ever-expanding enterprise when it became Smittybilt in the 1970s. Under Tom's leadership, the company created innovative products like the original "Nerf Bar" side step, and tubular front and rear bumpers for Jeeps. Today, thanks to their continued involvement in off-roading at all levels of the staff, which enables them to keep abreast of the latest trends and needs in the off-road market, Smittybilt remains the industry leader with a selection of over 2000 different products for trucks and SUVs.