Weld-On Receiver Hitches
Weld-on receiver hitches provide a versatile, DIY application option that is perfect for towing heavy-duty trailers, featuring a strong build and universal design. Crafted to be welded directly onto the frame of a truck or other large vehicle, each weld-on hitch is manufactured from quality steel here in the USA and tested to a class 5 rating.
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Ready-to-Work, Weldable Hitches
A weld-on trailer hitch is a customizable towing option designed for work vehicles, utility boxes and service body trucks. It comes with thick steel side plates to weld directly onto the frame of the vehicle, allowing you to custom-fit the receiver to suit the layout and needs of your truck.
Our weldable hitches offer a high towing capacity to complement the strength of fleet vehicles and work trucks. Rated as class 5 receiver hitches, get weight carrying capacities as high as 20,000 lbs., depending on the model. You can also choose from different standard receiver sizes, including 2” and 2-1/2”, to accommodate countless towing accessories – from heavy-duty ball mounts and pintle hitches to weight distribution systems and more. Multiple hitch drops are available to ensure level towing, even with large pickups and SUVs.
Whatever you need to tow – from large flatbed equipment haulers to full-size camper trailers -- weld-on hitches offer a dependable towing solution for confidence with each mile. To protect them from the elements, we apply a durable powder coat finish for lasting corrosion resistance.
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What is an Adjustable Trailer Hitch?
Do you tow multiple trailers? Ever wonder if an adjustable trailer hitch ball mount is the right investment? This guide walks through everything you need to know about adjustable hitches, covering the pros, cons, options and more.
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What is a Weight Distribution Hitch?
If you're an avid travler, adventure-seeker, lover of all things outdoors, or anything along those lines, chances are you may be looking into getting your hands on a travel trailer, or upgrading to a larger one to accomodate some of your newly-scheduled road trips that await....Read More >