Pintle Ball Hitches
A pintle ball hitch and hook combination gives you the capability to tow multiple types of heavy-duty trailer. Each pintle ball hitch features a standard trailer ball to couple to a standard trailer tongue, as well as a hook for connecting to a lunette. Pintle ball hitches are available in a receiver-mount style or plate-mount style.
Our Pintle Ball Hitches Offer Unique Features
We have the pintle ball hitch selection you need for towing heavy-duty, agricultural and industrial trailers. Our selection of pintle ball hitches offers unique features and technology and are built with the highest quality of materials and craftmanship.
A pintle ball hitch, also called a pintle hook combination, features a pintle hook as well as a standard 2-5/16" ball that allows for versatile towing. Pintle hitches provide the benefit of towing with increased range of movement and are perfect for pulling a trailer on unpaved roads or uneven terrain. A pintle ball hitch also has the capability of towing extra heavy payloads — CURT pintle ball hitches have weight ratings as high as 60,000 lbs.
CURT pintle hook combinations also are available with SecureLatch™ technology, which allows you to quickly and easily mount a trailer. Its integrated striker plate helps to stop and center your tow vehicle, and the SecureLatch mechanism automatically engages the primary lock when you lower your trailer, making for a straightforward and safe towing experience.
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