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This is the drop hitch you've been waiting for!
Our Heavy Duty drop hitches which are capable of towing 10,000 pounds with a 1000 pound tongue weight.
(Note: This capacity is based on the addition of a lateral support system which the hitch has provisions for. The hitches are set up to utilize 3/4" heim joints to be attached on the bottom portion of the hitch support and ran back to the vehicle's frame to reduce the stress exerted onto the vehicles factory frame hitch. It is the responsibility of the buyer to install lateral support to avoid damage to the factory hitch on the pickup.
Our drop hitches for lifted trucks are made with the best materials.
Our Heavy Duty drop hitches are made from 1" thick steel plate and reinforced with triangular precision over the entire length of the assembly. The slide in portion of the drop hitch which takes the most force when towing is constructed from 2" SOLID bar. These are by far the strongest drop hitches on the planet and are perfect for towing extremely heavy loads.
(Check our other listing for hitches with 6,000 pound capacity if you only do general types of towing)
(These hitches are build to order and not subject to our 2 buisness day shipping guarantee. Please allow up to 10 business days for your order to be completed)
Our drop hitches have two finish options. We finish them in a flat black epoxy finish for rugged durability to the elements or we can send them raw to allow for custom coating of your choosing.
How to determine what size drop hitch is needed for your lifted truck:
How do I know what "drop" hitch mount I need for my vehicle?
This is typically the BIG question and can vary depending on your trailer. Ideally, you want your trailer to sit behind your vehicle as level as possible when connected. The easiest way to figure this out is to measure the difference from the bottom of the trailer tongue (level) to the inside bottom of your hitch. The difference is the approximate drop you should try to get close to.
If you are not sure your trailer height, then 15-17" off the ground is an average height for most trailers to use. Again, measure tow vehicle's hitch opening. Then the appropriate drop is the difference between that and approximately 16". Example, your vehicle measures 19.5", then go with a 4" drop, that gets you close to the middle between 15" - 17".
We have developed the following chart to better help you determine what size hitch is right for you. Vehicle hitch measurements need to be taken on a level surface from the ground to the bottom of the vehicle's receiver hitch.
Vehicle Hitch Height: Drop Hitch Size Needed:
26 Inches 10 Inch Drop Hitch
27 Inches 11 Inch Drop Hitch
28 Inches 12 Inch Drop Hitch
29 Inches 13 Inch Drop Hitch
30 Inches 14 Inch Drop Hitch
31 Inches 15 Inch Drop Hitch
32 Inches 16 Inch Drop Hitch
33 Inches 17 Inch Drop Hitch
34 Inches 18 Inch Drop Hitch
35 Inches 19 Inch Drop Hitch
36 Inches 20 Inch Drop Hitch