Replace your vehicle's rear bumper with this sturdy steel recovery bumper that's designed to take off-road abuse. Welded shackle mounts come with D-rings installed. Mount 4" round lights Features: Heavy-duty recovery bumper replaces your vehicle's factory rear bumper 2 Welded shackle mounts with removable D-rings let you perform recovery operations Integrated receptacles let you
Both run all the way through the shank. That's designed so you can use it whether it's in the vertical or horizontal mounting position. You can install it inside your trailer hitch receiver just like this or you can flip it to this position here and still install it inside the same hitch. You can use it in either the horizontal or vertical position. The shackle is removable. This portion right here is just like a large screw.
Pulling double duty is RBP newest hitch shackles. These unique designed hitch receiver includes a shackle built right in, so you can pull and tow without having to remove your hitch cover! These will fit any 2 inch receiver and look great as well. Add a 3/4 inch d-ring for added towing! The RBP hitch shackle is rated for 9,500 lb's of towing capacity, and are made from high quality, heavy duty steel construction. The RBP hitch shackles connect to cables, tow straps, chains and other things to pull your buddy out of the mud.
It seems that the negative reviews about size variations are from a few years ago, and based on the one I received, they seem to have the size right. The main block on mine (drawbar?) measures 1.90 inches wide and 1.97 inches tall. My 4Runner hitch measures 2.08 inches wide and tall, so there is about 1/8" of extra space between the receiver and the drawbar. Without a pin, there is quite a bit of play, but with the pin inserted, it's pretty snug.
Traction might be a problem at times, but we can guarantee you that towing capacity won’t be! With a whopping 10,000 pounds of towing capacity in this shackle hitch receiver, you’ll have plenty of power to pull your vehicle out of even the hairiest of situations. This D-ring shackle hitch has the hitch pin hole positioned so that we get the maximum about of strength out of every ounce of steel we’re using.
Traction might be a problem at times, but we can guarantee you that towing capacity won’t be! With a whopping 10,000 pounds of towing capacity in this shackle hitch receiver, you’ll have plenty of power to pull your vehicle out of even the hairiest of situations. This D-ring shackle hitch has the hitch pin hole positioned so that we get the maximum about of strength out of every ounce of steel we’re using.
This truck hitch from Vault Cargo Management comes with a sturdy shackle hitch design that comes with an impressive towing weight capacity and a price that everybody who is looking for a truck hitch can afford. With 10,000 pounds of towing weight capacity, there are few things that cannot be pulled by this truck hitch. The true test, then, would be to see if your truck can handle towing your cargo.
This hitch works by mounting it directly to the frame of the vehicle behind you, allowing the two vehicles to work almost as if they were one. However, keep in mind that you should not tow heavy-duty weights or vehicles with this vehicle. Since there is not a clear weight capacity with this hitch, it is best used for loads that are lighter than the vehicle you already use.
Just a few measurements we're going to go over real quick starting with the overall length, from very back to the front with the shackle extended out. That's going to give us a measurement of about 11 and a half inches. If we measured just the mount portion without the shackle, that's going to give us a measurement of about 8 inches. Really simple installation. This portion right here is going to be the portion that slides into your 2 and a half inch by 2 and a half inch trailer hitch receiver. You're going to push it in until you get your pin holes lined up with one another in whatever configuration that you want to use this.
A Class 1 or Class 2 receiver has a 1-1/4” opening and is typically only used on cars for towing small trailers or supporting a bike rack. Class 3 and Class 4 receivers have a 2” opening. You'll find these on larger SUV's (the body-on-frame type, not crossovers,) and pickup trucks. A Class 3 receiver can handle up to 6,000 lbs (depending on design,) while a Class 4 can go up to 10,000 lbs. (Again, that's design-dependent.)

Their yields are 92 ksi and 130 ksi, so a hitch pin would be 27,600 lbf and 39,000 lbf before leaving their elastic region. Where the difference in grade 5 and 8 comes in is that grade 5 has min tensile yield of 120 ksi and grade 8 150 ksi, so each could potentially fail at 40,000 lbf or 50,000 lbf respectively, so obviously there is a broader region where a grade 5 bolt would bend (from 92 to 120 ksi) compared to a grade 8 (from 130 to 150 ksi). But notice that the grade 5 bolt fails before the grade 8 even hits its elastic limit.

I’ve had this 20 ft strap combo for about 10 months now just in case I ever needed it. I was waiting till I actually used it to give it a review. I used it today to pull my brothers lifted f250 with it. The shackle was real heavy duty and easy to take the hitch off and put the shackle in. It gives you that peace of mind that it won’t come off the ball hitch. The Strap is built tough and durable. I do like the double loop ends on the strap because I feel like that’s sturdier than the metal hooks straps. It was actually my first time pulling a vehicle with my truck and the 20 ft strap was actually plenty long for the speeds we went. We had our phones on and constantly communicating so we could be on the same page when breaking. I traveled 3 miles pulling a heavy f250 at no more than about 35-40 mph. The 20 ft strap was plenty room for braking at that speed and enough to give u peace of mind of not feeling like the vehicle your pulling is gonna slam into you. I like the bag to keep everything in. Mine fits perfect underneath the back seats of my ram. Great buy. Pulling my brothers truck one time paid for itself in not having to get a tow truck.

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