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Reese Towpower InterLock Carbon Forged Hitch Ball, 2 in., 7,500 lb. Capacity, Chrome

SKU # 106085699
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This Reese Towpower InterLock Carbon Forged Hitch Ball has a patented hex design, which allows for a one-wrench tightening system when used with a Reese InterLock Ball Mount. It makes installing the hitch ball more efficient, and prevents marring of the hitch ball. It is not limited for use with the InterLock Ball Mount, and can be used with any standard ball mounts.

  • Gross Trailer Weight: 7,500 lb.
  • Class: 4
  • Ball Diameter: 2 in.
  • Shank Diameter: 1 in.
  • Shank Length: 2 in.
  • Steel
  • 1 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Ball Diameter: 2 in.
Brand: Reese Towpower
Class: 4
Finish: Chrome
Gross Trailer Weight (GTW): 7,500 lb.
Material: Steel
Product Type: Hitch Balls
Shank Diameter: 1 in.
Shank Length: 2 in.
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Manufacturer Part Number 7061233

The description of the tow ball listed under SKU 106085699 shows a 1"x 2" shank. Does the 2" length include the threaded portion? Our bumper is 2" thick with a 1" dia. hole. So we need a tow ball with a total shank length, including threads, of 3".

Asked by: Grandpoo
The 2" length is from the flat portion to the end of the threading. We spoke with the manufacturer and based on the specifications you provided about your bumper, it was suggested that a tow ball with a 3" shank length would be appropriate.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2016-03-01
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