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will this slide into an existing 2.0" reciever and extend it out 6.0" ?
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What is the distance from the center of the hitch pin, mounting the extender to the vehicle, and the reciever end where the tube expands to recieve?
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Can this be used with sleeve hitch attachments?
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distance between hitch pin hole and rear edge of upper tube
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what is dia. of ball shaft hole?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
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will this slide into an existing 2.0" reciever and extend it out 6.0" ?
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Is the 2 inch square shank a square tube or is it solid?
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What is the distance from the center of the hitch pin, mounting the extender to the vehicle, and the reciever end where the tube expands to recieve?
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What is the weight rating for the top bar and how much higher is it?

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Ultra-Tow 2-Inch Standard Weld-On Receiver Tube with Collar - 24in. Length

Item# 32812
"The Ultra-Tow 2-Inch Standard Weld-On Receiver Tube with Collar is the tube only, with 2in. x 2in. stress collar receiver opening to fit all 2in. ball mount and weight distribution hitch mounts. 5/8in. pin hole. Material Steel, Includes 1 Receiver tube, Fits Receivers in. 2, Overall Length in. 24, Finish Type Powder-coat, Max. Gross Trailer Weight lbs. 10,000, Fits Models 2-in. ball mount, weight distribution hitch ball mount. Rugged high-strength steel construction is built to last Durable, corrosion-resistant black powder-coat finish"
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Questions & Answers for Ultra-Tow 2-Inch Standard Weld-On Receiver Tube with Collar - 24in. Length

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Shows no hole for hitch pin. Drill your own?

asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Ultra-Tow Expert
This Ultra-Tow 2-Inch Standard Receiver Tube with Collar only has pin holes for the hitch pin on the one end shown.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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UltraTowExpert
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answer 2
it has hole predrilled or drill one where you want it
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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w305920
 - Mississippi
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