Great Adjustable Hitch. Looks great, and works great!
5.0It's all that!
Love the form, function and looks! Highly recommend.
from Lebanon, OR
5.0Best Hitch On The Market
Best hitch in any market. Well worth the money
By Denali duramax
This is a must have. Key keeps it sucure and you can adjust to any trailr ball hieght you need. Looks great also. A+++++
from Ashton, md
5.0Must have product
This is a nice product to allow you to tow just about any trailer hitch height. I went with this one bacuse you can not take the ball with a allen wrench. Removal you would need a key so it is much more difficult to steal, and this also does not require a hitch pin to get lost. Another great point is it look cutting edge and will not rust apart like some of my steel hitches. Well done Deversi Tech
Hi Ben the Diversa-Tech adjustable ball mount is rated at 1,500 lb. max tongue wt. / 10,000 lb. max trailer wt . As always never exceed the tow rating of your truck even if your equipment exceeds it. Thank You
does this fit a 2 inch receiver?
How does it adjust from one position to another?
What class hitch is this?
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Hello there, the Diversi-Tech Diversi-Tech 0-6in. Drop Adjustable Ball Mount has the following features
0, 2, 4, 6, inch drops
Dual hitch balls (1-7/8″ and 2″ combo, or 2″ and 2-5/16″ combo)
Chrome plated or stainless steel hitch balls
Stainless tri-ball system includes all 3 hitch ball sizes
2″ or 2-1/2″ shank sizes
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Selecting the proper ball mount drop or rise for your trailer
For safe, comfortable trailer towing, the trailer should always be set up to tow as level as possible. A level trailer puts less strain on the connection between the trailer and the hitch. This also allows the trailer to track true behind the vehicle. Trailer and vehicle heights vary so a correct rise or drop will be needed to level the trailer. Determining the correct rise and drop needed for your vehicle can be determined by using the following simple steps.
1. Measure receiver height
1 With the vehicle parked on level ground, measure the hitch height from the ground to the top of the receiver opening on the hitch.
2. Measure coupler height
2 Next, you will need to measure from the bottom of the trailer’s coupler to the ground. Make sure the trailer is on level ground and the trailer itself is level.
3. Subtract the difference
Compute the difference between the receiver height and the coupler height. If the hitch height is greater than the coupler height, the difference is the drop that is required. If the coupler height is greater, then the difference is the rise that is required. Select a fixed drop or adjustable ball mount with a rise or drop that is closest to the difference you come up with. For example, if the receiver hitch height is 26″ and the trailers coupler height is 20″. Then a 6” drop ball mount would be a perfect drop for this application. Please account for some adjustment if air bags are not being used to prevent the truck from sinking a little when loaded.
For a standard 3/4 ton truck off the lot of dealership.
As a general rule - how does one know what drop in adjustment to purchase? Ex. 4", 6", 8" etc. For towing boat.
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Thanks for the question Ken, I would recomend backing up to the trailer and getting some measurements before making a purchase. The nice thing about this reciever is that it is adjustable, the 6" is probly what you need but get some measurements first.
The Diversi Tech DTMDT-ALBM6425 adjustable ball mount has a 1,500# tongue weight rating and a 10,000# Trailer limit. Never exceed your vehicle manufacture towing ratings even if your towing accessory's exceed them. Thank You
To properly measure for a drop ball mount you will need to park your trailer on level ground with the wheels choked. with the trailer setting level measure from the ground to the inside of the ball coupler.(lets say that it measures 18 inches). with your truck level measure from the top of the receiver hole to the ground (we will say 23 inches) no measure the height of your hitch ball (most are 3 inches high) Subtract the hitch ball height from the trailer height leaving 15 inches, subtract the 15 from the 23 inches of the truck leaving 8 drop hitch needed.
truck hitch height - ball height - trailer height = ball mount height
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