24x48 Outside dimensions. Hitch-mounted cargo carrier with lockable lid offers 13 cu ft of storage space for your gear. Sturdy steel carrier has 4 sidewalls that provide vertical load support to the rear of your vehicle Lockable lid minimizes the need for cargo nets or tie-down straps Deters theft when used with a padlock (sold separately) with a 3/8" diameter shackle Mounts to Carpod sidewalls
It's made from a solid steel construction. It's going to offer three pinhole locations, so you have one right here and then two on this side. That's going to allow the shackle to be used horizontally or vertically, and it's got the short mounting shank. That's going to enable the shackle to sit pretty close to the receiver that's mounted onto the vehicle. We have a screw pin design.
Last on the list is the Trailhead multi mount trailer hitch d ring. Very similar to the other Shackles on the list. Has multi point positioning to spin the d ring horizontal and vertical. This one is rated up to a hefty 11,000 lbs just like the rest. Included is a set of D-Shackle side isolator rings that eliminate shackle rattle when the unit is mounted to your vehicle’s hitch. A little bit from each of the others on the list, this is still a solid option.
Seller: rhino-usa (1,752) 100%, Location: US, Ships to: US, Item: 132746820237 RHINO USA D-Ring Shackle Hitch Receiver Product Overview Size: 1 Pack RHINO USA Shackle Hitch Receiver, Best Towing Accessories for Trucks & Jeeps, Connect Your Rhino Tow Strap for Vehicle Recovery to This 31,418 Lbs Capacity Reciever, Mounts to 2” Receivers! ▶ SUPPORT AN AMERICAN CO. - Buy From a Father/Son Business in California & Receive a Lifetime Warranty! ▶ SUPERIOR QUALITY - Lab Tested at 31,418lb Max Break Strength, #1 For Sale on Amazon! ▶ DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE - Use a Rhino Shackle Hitch Receiver Instead of Connecting your Tow Strap to a 2" Ball! ▶ CONFIDENCE & PEACE OF MIND - Knowing you Have top Quality Equipment to get you out of any Situation! ▶ GUARANTEED 5-STAR EXPERIENCE - If you aren't 100% Satisfied for any Reason, well Refund your Money Details Brand: Rhino USA Product Dimensions: 10 x 2 x 2 inches Item model number: BEST-HITCH-RECEIVER Exterior: Powder Coated Chromoly Steel Manufacturer Part Number: RSHCK-HTCH Folding: No Vehicle Service Type: All of the above Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds Date First Available: February 14, 2017 LIFETIME WARRANTY All RHINO products come with a LIFETIME Warranty! If you experience any kind of problem with your product(s), we will replace it or refund your order, no questions asked! *Warranty is not valid if purchased from any other eBay seller* FAST, FREE SHIPPING Why pay additional for shipping? Rhino USA offers FREE Shipping on ALL orders! The sooner we receive your payment, the sooner your order will be shipped out. Please allow up to 2 business days for us to ship, and up to 4 business days to receive. CUSTOMER SERVICE Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority! Please do not hesitate to contact us if you ever have any questions, comments or concerns! We thank you for your support! Condition: New, Manufacturer Part Number: BEST-HITCH-RECEIVER, Brand: Rhino USA, Size: 1 Pack, MPN: BEST-HITCH-RECEIVER See More
Quickly and easily convert your B&W Turnoverball gooseneck hitch to a sturdy 5th-wheel trailer hitch. Wide-stance base offers fore/aft and height adjustments to fit your application. Dual-jaw hitch removes without a trace for full bed access. The cam-action handle is held in the closed position with the included pin and clip. For extra security, you can replace the pin with a sturdy padlock. The shackle on the lock you choose should have a diameter
This hitch-mounted cargo carrier comes with a lockable lid and weather-resistant cargo bag. It folds flat and tilts up against your vehicle when not in use. The walls offer vertical load support, for easy storage and access to the rear of your vehicle Lockable lid minimizes the need for cargo nets or tie-downs Deters theft when used with a padlock (sold separately) with a 3/8" diameter shackle
By making this shackle hitch receiver out of drop forged steel, we’re able to get the most out of the mechanical properties of the steel. This is done by not compromising the grain direction of the steel, resulting in one of the strongest, most reliable products you’ll find on the market. While other brands are forging or machining their D-ring hitch for you, we’re relying on the time-tested drop-forging method. Not only is it the best method for making a shackle hitch receiver, but it sounds pretty rugged too.
I wonder if that's just theoretical or if it has actually happened though. Hitch pins are so thick I have a hard time picturing one actually bending much less breaking, with the normal loads of recovery.. especially with the elastic recovery strap. Also though, even if it breaks, wouldn't the pin just stay in the reciever while the strap flies out?
Leaf-spring mounting kit includes 3-1/4" tall front hangers, 5-7/16" tall center hangers, 3-1/4" tall rear hangers and necessary hardware. Equalizers are 6-1/4" long. Components (115919) (2) 6-1/4" Long curved equalizers (TREQ458) 3/4" Diameter center hole for mounting to hanger 9/16" Diameter end holes for attaching to springs (8) 2-5/8" Long shackle straps
How much weight your vehicle can handle while it is towing a car or trailer is perhaps the most important factor that people will look at when they are deciding what type of truck hitch to purchase. As briefly stated above, shackle hitches are the most affordable way to get a hitch that can handle weight over 10,000 pounds. Since this is more than the normal weight that people will drag around, many people with heavy-duty needs will get this design.
I had a bunch of nasty thorny bushes that I could not even get close to that I lassoed with a slip not then yanked the crap out of them with the Smittybilt 29312b attached to my Toyota FJ. I then pulled out some old stumps and some huge fence and fence posts on the side of a hill that were buried in concrete by some crazy person who had the property before me. No other method I could think of would have the possibility of working and the pro guys with bobcats estimate was over a thousand dollars. I even had all four wheels of the FJ spinning on a concrete drive yanking and that is some kind of force.
Partially this is so that I can snug everything down and prevent the pin/bolt from vibrating and rotating. With a lock washer the bolt is nice and tight, no movement or rotation to wear anything. I also feel better that the bolt has washers and shoulders for a little more resistance to deflecting or the receiver trying to spread or twist. I just don't like that hitch pins can move around so much.
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.
Most people who are looking for a hitch will typically get one of three different types of hitches: shackle hitches, ball mount hitches, or receiver mount hitches. People who simply want to have the highest weight capacity will normally purchase a shackle hitch since they have impressive towing weight capacities. However, if you would prefer the design of a ball mount hitch or receiver mount hitch, they are all viable options which are equally as easy to use once they are installed.
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.