- Fuse that heavy-duty gear to your front-end with a Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitch
- Custom-crafted for your vehicle’s frame for zero to minimal drilling
- Features line pull capacity of 9,000 lbs — ideal for hard-pulling winches
- Boasts sturdy, steel-welded construction for maximum strength
- Black powder coating prevents rust, ensuring years of solid service and eye-catching looks
- Road-tested and computer-designed for extreme durability
- Features a 2” receiver hitch tube opening
- Drilled to accept locking J-Pins (not included) for maximum security and reduced sway
- Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitches come with a Lifetime Warranty
Ramp up your front-end’s towing muscle by equipping your truck, van or SUV with a Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitch. Whether you’re looking to hook up a snow plow during the frigid winter months or a winch get to out of tight spots while off-roading, a Draw-Tite Front Receiver Hitch provides the perfect solution. With this durable hitch, you now have a sturdy, safe and secure mounting point for a variety of accessories and harnessing your vehicle’s full power.
The black powder coat finish fights off rust, corrosion and oxidation, so you can bet on years of dependable use and head-turning aesthetics. The front mount receiver hitch boasts sturdy, steel-welded construction for maximum strength, and each hitch is road-tested for extreme durability. Plus, these hitches can handle up to 9,000 lbs of winch line pull, so no job’s too tough.
Custom-designed with your make and model in mind, the Draw-Tite Front Receiver Hitch ensures a perfect fit and easy installation. It comes pre-drilled to accept a locking J-Pin (not included with hitch), so you can achieve ultimate security and reduced sway. Draw-Tite backs each Front Mount Receiver Hitch with a Lifetime Warranty.
Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitch Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Howard A (Oroville, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 02, 2018 9:27 AM
Easy installation , had to enlarge rear holes in hitch to fit rivet nuts in order to clear front belly pan
Reviewed by Levi J (SPOKANE, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-350 — Feb 10, 2018 9:05 PM
The finish fit is flush with the bumper. I am impressed with the quality and engineering that went into this hitch. I am using it for my spare tire/boat launch bracket. The total installation looks clean.
Reviewed by Norman R (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 1995 GMC C/K 1500 — Nov 04, 2017 8:41 AM
95 GMC there was no need to do any drill work but the washer for in side the frame are too small to lock it from turning the front two are ok but the back ones need to be longer had to make my own
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