Trailer Hitch Pins
A trailer hitch pin provides a reliable, solid connection for securing your ball mount on your receiver. We offer standard diameters of 1/2" and 5/8", as well as adapter pins to fit multiple receiver tube sizes. Our swivel pins offer a unique option, featuring a built-in hitch pin clip to avoid loss. Need help finding the right size? Check out our complete guide to hitch pin sizes!
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Hitch Pins Made for Secure Towing
We have the trailer hitch pins and clips you need for towing – simply line up the holes with your receiver and shank, insert the pin, install the hitch pin clip and go. Our swivel hitch pins feature a permanently built-in pin that cannot be lost – simply swivel the pin to lock it in place. It comes in 1/2" and 5/8" diameters to fit virtually all standard receiver sizes.
Choose from a wide variety of finishes and features to find the right fit for your towing setup. We offer stainless steel and carbon steel with clear zinc or black zinc. Choose a traditional pin hole end for clip attachment or grooved for easy clip attachment from any angle. For improved handling and comfort, our rubber grip hitch pins feature a large, extra-wide rubber-coated handle compared to traditional trailer hitch pins.
For securing your coupler latch, jack leg and pintle hook, our safety pins feature a square retainer wire clip that provides a quick latch for added clearance, and our pin and lanyard work with CURT couplers to secure the coupler to a trailer ball, helping to avoid lost pieces.
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Towing 101: Guide to Hitch Pin Sizes
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to choose the right size hitch pin to match your trailer hitch receiver. We’ll cover which pin fits which hitch class, as well as what options to consider when buying one.
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4 Secrets to Backing up a Trailer with Confidence
Backing up a trailer is hard! In this blog, we’ll share four secrets for how to back up a trailer like a pro. Our goal is to change the way you think about backing up so that you feel calm and confident.