Class III/IV Hitches

Draw-Tite Class III/IV Hitches

Get the best trailer hitch in the market now. When it comes to towing for mid to full size trucks, Draw-Tite has the best answer for that. Draw-Tite Class 3 and 4 receiver type hitch is rated 5,000 lbs up to12,000 Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and is ideal for heavy towing needs. Draw-Tite Class II Frame Hitch is made from tough and quality materials meticulously engineered to achieve surpassing industry stands. Draw Tite's "Tested Tough" seal is a guarantee that every product are made for long term road abuse. Every Draw-Tite Class II Hitch is manufactured according to the exact specifications and features of every car brand and application year using Computer Aided Design (CAD). Excellent manufacturing technology combined with solid, all-welded construction and materials makes Draw-Tite Class III/IV Hitch the best in value

Draw-Tite Class 3 and 4 Frame Hitch is tested tough for any road abuse and backed by Draw-Tite with a limited lifetime warranty. Never miss this opportunity to outfit any van or pickup with a Draw-Tite Class III/IV Hitch. We got only the best deals on Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch for every car manufacturer and application year. Avail Now!

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More Information on Class III/IV Hitch

Class III Trailer Hitches are for load up to 5,000 lbs. Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and carries a tongue weight of 500 lbs. While their Class IV counterpart can carry up to 10,000 GTW and 1,000 – 1,200 tongue weight. Draw-Tite products for this weight category are available in different variants – Receiver, HD Receiver, Multi-Fit Receiver and Motorhome. Draw-Tite Class III/IV Hitch outclasses other trailer hitch in the market today with its unique design and durability. Draw-Tite Class 3 and 4 Hitch has 2'' square tube opening and is J-Pin® ready.

"Things to consider when choosing a Draw-Tite trailer hitch"

  • How much combined weight (trailer and payload) will I need to carry?
  • Is my truck or automobile rated to carry the combined weight I am considering?
  • What style(s) will fit my vehicle?
  • Which designs are engineered specifically for my vehicle?
  • Is appearance a major consideration; what will the installed trailer hitch look like?
  • How easy will it be to install on my vehicle?
  • Will any vehicle modifications be necessary