Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitches
- 2" x 2" front receiver hitch
- Durable steel tubed construction gives added strength
- J-pin ready to secure ball mounts
- Corrosion resistant with e-coated base and premium black powder coat
- Rated up to 9,000 lbs of straight line pull & 500 lbs tongue weight
- Easily bolts to your vehicle frame
- Provides your front end with added utility and cargo capacity
Easily mount accessories to your front end with the Draw-Tite front mount receiver hitches. Being able to attach a variety of products including carriers, snow plows, and bike mounts allows you to make your life easier. A front hitch also gives you extra room inside your vehicle as spare tires can be carried on the front.
Constructed from a durable steel construction the Draw-Tite hitch is given added strength and security. Don't be worried about the product rusting as it is corrosion resistant due to its awesome e-coated base and premium black powder coat finish. Statically, a Draw-Tite front hitch is built tough and will last you through endless uses.
Rated with up to 9,000 pounds of straight line pull and 500 pounds tongue weight your front end is given additional power. Install the Draw-Tite front mount receiver hitches on your vehicle in no time flat! Easily bolt it on your vehicle frame and get that added utility and cargo capacity today.
The Draw-Tite Front Receiver Hitches are an easy at home installation. For additional information see the sample install manual below or call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
|Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitch Sample Installation Instructions|
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Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||3.9|
|Price / Value||4.2|
|15 Customer Reviews|
|Go quality and fit well.|
|I have a 2013 Dodge ram. The hitch fits perfectly. There are problems however. First, the rectangular pieces of metal that carry the carriage bolt do not fit into the opening in the frame of my RAM. The opening is 1/2 inch too small to accommodate the pieces of metal. This oversight required me to cut a quarter inch off of each side of the pieces of metal (each side in order to keep the square carriage bolt hole centered). The small wire "fish" fits through the opening in the hitch and also fits through the hole that you must drill in the frame, however, when you screw this fish onto the carriage bolt it will no longer fit through the hole in the hitch, nor will it fit through the hole you drilled in the frame. Before you get started you will need to increase the size of the holes in the rear part of the hitch and in the frame itself in order to fish the carriage bolt through. A drill bit 1/8 of an inch larger than the one they say you need will do the job. You can do this job by yourself but it helps to have a friend, particularly a friend with a hoist. Once the hitch is installed it will be about 8 inches off the ground. The crank on most trailers will not drop the tongue down far enough to reach the receiver. Best you buy a receiver with no less than a 3 1/2 inch rise, preferably 4 1/2 inches. Otherwise you will go through hell trying to get the tongue of your trailer down far enough. I also noticed that my truck now bottoms out on the hitch when parking it up to a curb. Have fun with the installation and take your time, if you don't it's a sure thing the neighbors are going to learn some new words.|
|I ordered this hitch for my 2014 GMC 2500HD (not 2014 1/2). The installation went smooth, it went right on with no installation problems. Once on, I noticed that the receiver tube was 1. too short, I could not access the larger 5/8" pin hole. It was too close to the trucks faring. And 2. the receiver tube was also pointed upwards at about a 15 degree angle. I tried to loosen it up to adjust it downwards but there was no room for adjustment.|
RealTruck tried to help me out by sending me another one,,same thing. I am currently working with the manufacturer to correct the issue, but so far it has been a long drawn out re-engineering process. It has been two months since I tried installation and I still do not have a front hitch, just a big hole in my brand new hole in my faring. Even though the manufacturer makes a good product, do not buy this hitch for your GMC 2500HD! It needs to be re-engineered. You'll be very disappointed.
|Had it mounted in less than 1 hour.|
|I purchased a front mount receiver for my 2006 Chevy Crew cab so I can haul my 2 bike rack, (motorcycle rack). It was probably one of the easiest items I have ever purchased and mounted on my truck. I have recommended the item to several of my friends that are looking to accomplish the same thing. I am very happy with the way it mounted and looks. When I purchased it read could have blemishes, I was not sure what that was going to be, but it was a couple of scratches in the paint. No big deal. I am very happy with my purchase and the free shipping.|
|I took this item to my truck dealer ship and they installed it, in less then 45 minutes..they added shims [washers], because i wanted the 2 inch opening to point upwards a small amount..this hitch carries a rod holder,trailer ball for moving boats on trailers, in tight quarters as well as a cargo carrier if needed..the unit fit flush to the front grill,[no banging my shins as i walked by]..I am very pleased with this itch and a friend of mine plans, on installing one ,on his truck..|
|Installed on a 2008 Ford F450 4x4 King Ranch, had to cut areas out to fit inside the torsion bars, need new bolts for rear bolt connection. Looks great on the truck and works well with the winch and receiver. Not a casual installation.|
|Very helpful, easy to work with, fast shipping, good product. Fit my truck perfectly. I will buy from Real truck again.|