- Fuse your heavy-duty gear right to the nose of your truck, SUV or van with the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch
- Custom-built to fit the frame of your year, make and model
- With a line pull capacity of 9,000 lbs, it's ideal for holding hard-pulling winches
- Sturdy steel-welded construction for maximum strength
- Road tested and computer designed for extreme durability
- Slip on your snow plow to clear away flurries in a hurry and slide in a hitch step to take the strain out of engine repairs
- The black powder coating repels rust for years of rock-solid, eye-catching service
- For maximum security and reduced sway, all Draw-Tite Front Trailer Hitches are drilled to accept locking J-Pins (not included)
- Features a 2" receiver tube opening
- Draw-Tite stands by your Front Mount Trailer Hitch with a Lifetime Warranty
When winter snows start piling up or the Rubicon Trail begins calling your name, will your rig be ready for action? Equip the snout of your truck, SUV or van with the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch. It creates a sturdy, secure and safe mounting point for your snow plow and winch. Even add a hitch step to reach deep into your engine compartment without climbing up a ladder.
With over 3 decades of engineering experience, Draw-Tite knows how to craft powerful harnesses. Rugged is your Draw-Tite Front Receiver's middle name. It tames up to 9,000 lbs of winch line pull. Plus, the black powder coat finish fights off rust, corrosion and oxidation.
Best of all, your Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch is custom-built to fit right to your rig's frame. And, it comes pre-drilled to accept a locking J-Pin. That way, thieves can't walk off with your expensive equipment, and sway is held at bay. On top of that, it's backed by Draw-Tite's Lifetime Warranty.
Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitches Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Colleen K (KINGSTON, NH) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 — Nov 02, 2014 8:18 AM
It took me less than 30 minutes to install and it looks like it was always part of my F-150.
Reviewed by Ernest B (GREENFIELD, IN) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 — Oct 29, 2014 3:49 PM
I haven't used it yet, but the installation was easy and the construction appears excellent. I selected this hitch because it did not require me to cut the front fascia. and I can still attach a brush guard if I want. I also bought the Curt hitch graud to protect it.
Reviewed by Robert T (MECHANICSVILLE, VA) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Cherokee — Oct 17, 2014 5:55 AM
This was a well made, solid receiver, only problem was it was assembled with the frame mounting rails a good 1/4" too close. the only fix was about 15 minutes with a die grinder to open up the holes. The included washers were plenty big to cover the opened areas and installation feels solid. Hardware was good quality and overall a great piece. Just be prepared to fit it to your jeep. Mine has never had any damage so I guess it was just not jigged up right.
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