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Class III 6,000 lb. rated ballmount with pre-torqued ball using U-haul’s clampforce technology.
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Hi, Carl! We recommend checking out this article: How to Select the Correct Ball Mount for your Hitch. This article includes a video and instructions on how to determine what drop/rise is needed for your vehicle. I hope that is helpful!
Hi, Mike! Yes, the towing starter kit includes a pre-torqued 2" ball. Thanks for asking!
Hello, Zachary! The towstart kits fit 2" receiver hitches. Measuring your receiver tube will give the correct shank size measurement. Then, measure from ground to top of the receiver hitch, also measure from the ground to the bottom of the trailer coupler while the trailer is level. The difference between the two measurements will be the rise or drop needed. I hope that is helpful!
Hello! Please measure from the ground to the top of the receiver hitch, then measure from the ground to the bottom of the trailer coupler while the trailer is level. The difference between those two measurements will be the proper rise or drop needed. I hope that is helpful!
Hey, Mike! The U-Haul trailer coupler is approximately 18 inches off the ground when level. Please see our guide on how to select the correct ball mount for your hitch. I hope that is helpful!
Hey, Matt! Please measure from the ground to the top of your receiver hitch tube, the difference between your measurement and 18" will be the proper ball mount drop or rise needed. Please also see our video on How to Select the Correct Ball Mount for your Hitch. Thank you!
Hi, Jay! The rise is 2 inches. Thanks for asking!
Hi, Mike! This towing starter kit is made in China. I hope that is helpful!
If your Kia does not already have a hitch receiver then you will need to have one installed before you will be able to tow anything. The best way to find a hitch for your vehicle is through our easy-to-use system found here. Simply enter your vehicle’s information and it will tell you exactly which hitch products you need.
Hello, please level your trailer then measure from the ground to the trailer coupler, also measure from the ground to the top of the vehicles receiver hitch. The difference in the two measurements will determine drop or rise needed.
"When level a U-Haul trailer will measure approximately 18 inches from the ground to the top of the ball coupler. U-Haul ball mount 13115 and ball 4944 is ideal for your vehicle and trailer combination."
If you are talking about this particular product (TOWSTART2), Uhaul would not charge anything to slide this into the hitch receiver currently on your vehicle and insert the pin. If you are actually asking how much it would cost to install an actual hitch, please contact the UHaul center closest to you for that pricing. Thanks. http://www.uhaul.com/Locations/