Pro Series Towbar Adjustable Ball Mount
Pro Series towbar adjustable ball cast forged mount towing capacity is 3500kg.
Note: Bolts can be supplied as an optional extra.
Pro Series Heavy Duty Specifications
- Part Number: PRO7217
- Capacity: 3500kg (For precise towing capacity details please refer to your vehicle owners manual or to the vehicle manufacturer.
- Drop: 90mm
- Rise: 114mm
- Ball to pin lengths: 316, 290, 265mm ( three pinholes)
- Width of tow ball end: 65mm
The purpose of a drop ball mount after insertion into the tow ball mount is to raise or lower the towing height.
- Low towing position causes the tow vehicle suspension to be pushed down during braking. As a result, reduced steering occurs.
- Towing position pushes the suspension up, reducing traction on the rear wheels.
- The Hayman Reese® 50mm Adjustable Receiver can be inverted and used to increase the height of Tow Ball.
- Secure the adjustable mount into position on the tow vehicle with a hitch pin.
Both of these positions above are extremely dangerous.
The idea position trailer or caravan position when towing is level with the tow vehicle.
Cast body reduces weight while maintaining performance.
About the 3500kg adjustable TBM Head
- The revised design of the 3500kg adjustable tow ball mount
- Now suits all popular offroad couplings. The tow ball head suits most popular offroad couplings (DO35, Mc Hitch, Treg Polyblock, Alko Off-road coupling and Hitch Ezy) while offering improved clearance and articulation
Purchase non-adjustable drops here
- Tow Bar Receiver Hitch Kits
- 70mm Towbar Receiver Hitch Kits
- Flash E Series Drop Receiver
- Stinger Receiver Hitch
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality Pro Series Towbar Adjustable Ball Mount and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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