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Heavy-duty towing with your truck has never been more smooth. Roll into SharpTruck and connect to hitches and towing solutions designed to dependably connect your next load and get it safely down the road. Latch onto versatile, industry-leading trailer hitches, ball mounts, hitch balls, hitch pins, brake controllers and more.

Why should you choose Curt Towing products from

Curt is the industry leader in providing you with the best possible equipment to make your towing experience safe, easy and enjoyable.  Having the proper rated products for the job is the key to a safe and successful tow.  We have a wide variety of products to make your job easier.  Whether you have a Chevy Silverado, Dodge Ram, Ford F150, GMC Sierra or any other towing rig... we have the perfect product for you!

What do the trailer hitch towing classes mean?

Trailer hitches are often categorized into different classes depending on their maximum load capacity.  The classes are broken down like this.

Class I – up to 2,000 lbs - designed for the lightest loads
Class II – up to 3,500 lbs – designed for light loads
Class III – up to 5,000 lbs – designed for larger loads (most popular size)
Class IV – up to 10,000 lbs – designed for larger loads
Class V – up to 17,000 lbs – designed for the largest loads

Trailer hitches are designed to be used with a trailer ball and receiver of the similar class for safe towing.

What are the sizes of hitch receivers?

The sizes of receiver tubes come in various sizes depending on the maximum load they carry and the class of hitch that they are being used in conjunction with.

Class I & II - 1 1⁄4" receiver
Class III & IV - 2" receiver
Class V - 2 in or 2 1⁄2" receiver

What are the different sizes of towing balls?

Towing balls are available in various sizes depending on the load and they must match the proper size of the coupler on the item being towed. The most popular sizes of tow balls are listed below. Trailer balls also have different shank sizes that must match the size on the receiver or ball mount that the tow ball is installed to – always verify the proper size for safe towing.

1 7⁄8" – used mainly on small, light loads
2" – most commonly used ball on most medium sized loads
2 5⁄16" - heavy duty ball for heavy loads

Tow balls may also be mounted directly to bumpers with provided holes on many trucks, but the load limit on a bumper hitch is much lower than using a dedicated trailer hitch for your truck or SUV. For proper towing safety, you must use the correct combination of hitches, balls, ball mounts or receivers and stay within your pickup trucks towing capabilities.

Front trailer hitches are also available for full-sized trucks and SUV’s. Front mounted hitches can accommodate additional accessories like bike carriers, winches, step plates, snow plows and more. Front trailer hitches are mounted directly to the frame of a vehicle to ensure a reliable connection.

Buying the proper equipment for towing is essential for a safe trip at work or play. Never go cheap or underestimate the class of hitch you need for the job. It is always better to play it safe when towing is concerned!  SharpTruck carries top-of-the-line products from Curt Manufacturing and others to get the job done for you.

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