Bumper hitches are perfect for a variety of towing applications, from pulling a trailer to attaching a cargo carrier, bike rack or other accessories. A bumper hitch is a simple and dependable receiver option that easily bolts onto the bottom of most steel step bumpers and is rated to tow a variety of light-duty trailers.
A Versatile Bumper-Mount Receiver
A bumper hitch receiver is designed to bolt onto your vehicle’s bumper, rather than the frame, and provide a standard receiver tube to accept a ball mount, cargo carrier, bike rack or other trailer hitch accessory. Unlike a step bumper hitch solution, which is simply a hole in the vehicle’s bumper for installing a trailer ball, a bumper hitch receiver allows for flexibility in towing applications, providing a standard-size tube for interchangeable accessories.
Bumper trailer hitches make a great choice for hauling many types of trailers, including boat trailers, utility trailers, pop-up campers and more (weight capacity limited to lowest-rated towing component).
Our bumper-mount hitches come with a durable powder coat finish to stand up to the elements, resisting corrosion in spite of rain, snow, grime and UV damage. They easily bolt onto the bottom of a bumper on a pickup truck or SUV and offer a lower hitch point to provide level trailer towing. Each model comes complete with mounting hardware and safety chain hookups.
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How to Install & Use a Trailer Sway Control Kit
In this guide, we’ll walk step by step through the basic process of installing a trailer sway control kit. We’ll cover the parts that make up a sway control, tools needed for the job, the steps involved, and some alternative sway control options to consider.
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First-time travel trailer owner? Let’s walk through some helpful tips and discuss what equipment you’ll need for safe, successful towing.