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Reese Towpower Heavy-Duty Ball Mount, Class V

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Superior strength is built into every Reese Towpower Heavy-Duty Ball Mount. Built tough for unparalleled strength, Reese's heaviest-duty ball mounts fight rust and corrosion with MetalShield, a superior coating for years of protection from the elements.

  • Gross Trailer Weight: 13,000 lb.
  • Class: 5
  • Steel
  • 1 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Ball Mount Style: Fixed Ball Mount
Brand: Reese Towpower
Class: 5
Hitch Size: 2-1/2 in.
Locking Ball Mount: Yes
Material: Steel
Number of Balls: 1
Product Type: Ball Mounts
Shank Type: Hollow
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Shank Length: Standard
Type: Standard
Finish: Black Powder Coat
Manufacturer Part Number 7028333

You have several different drop hitches on this website with nothing listing what the drop/rise is?

Asked by: hew565
Hitch ball hole size 1-1/4 inch Length of 10-1/2 inches and drop of 7-3/4 inches Up to 1300 pounds tongue weight and gross towing weight of 13000 pounds
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-09-16

Can this be used for rise also safely.

Asked by: Mswkew
It is not recommended to be used in the rise position due to the length of the drop, the ball mount is designed to brace the drop, but it will not properly support use in a rise position.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2017-09-25

I understand the towning weight but that is very differnt than the tongue weight. Can anyone tell me what the tongue weight is, 500lb, 1250lb or 1600lbs

Asked by: mike4315
Max tongue weight is 1300. Your tongue weight is generally 10% of the maximum capacity (there are exceptions to this depending on what you're pulling, but that is the general rule is 10%).
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-03-16
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