2" Hitch Ball, 2-3/16" Shank Length

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86 reviews

2" Hitch Ball, 2-3/16" Shank Length

This product is no longer available.

86 reviews

Price
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Description

Product Description

Part Number:
4944

2" Hitch Ball with 1" shank diameter. Shank Length is 2-3/16". Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs.

  • The U-Haul Hitch Ball has more safety features than any other hitch ball in the towing industry.
  • Industry leading safety cotter pin.
  • Exclusive clamp indicating fastener.
  • Hardened flat washer instead of a lock washer.
  • Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs.
  • The U-Haul Hitch Ball has more safety features than any other hitch ball in the towing industry.

Reviews (86)


5 out of 5 stars with 86 reviews

Terrell K.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Heavy duty product.

Scott B.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Not installed yet.

Glenn m.
Rating:

Recommends this product

good item

Cory D.
Rating:

Never recieved

Nicholas D.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Was good. Hard to get the ball on without two wrenches

Questions & Answers (6)

Questions & Answers (6)

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What size nut is on the 2 inch ball"

–Vincent Squatrito 4/17/2019 4:49:33 AM

Hi, Vincent! The nut on the 2" ball is 1-5/8". Thanks for asking!

–Savannah 4/30/2019 2:24:05 PM

What is used to stabilize the trailer? I do not see any kind of stabilizing bar or sway bar?

–Stan 5/29/2015 9:25:35 AM

U-Haul trailers are aerodynamic, lightweight and low profile for better gas mileage.

Our wide track, stabilized suspension and low center of gravity make for moving made easier.

Thanks for asking!

–Joseph 6/26/2015 4:03:19 PM

The nut has a chamfer and a plastic washer. What is the correct way to install the nut and washer?

–Doyle 5/16/2015 3:56:08 PM

The plastic ring is used when installing without a torque wrench.

Simply insert the plastic ring into the recessed portion of the nut with the flat side of the ring remaining exposed. Place the ball shank through the platform hole, install the hardened flat washer and thread the nut onto the shank with the plastic ring facing upward (plastic ring between nut and washer).

–Joseph 5/22/2015 4:07:23 PM

The 2inch hitch ball with 1 inch shank # 4944 What size wrench fits the nut ? Tried 1 1/2" it was too small.

–Tom Braw 3/21/2015 8:32:37 PM

U-Haul sells the 1-5/8" wrench necessary for tightening the nut on this hitch ball at a low price of $16.95, please see U-Haul part number WRENCH found at your nearest U-Haul location.

–Joseph 3/24/2015 4:08:49 PM

Why does the information on the web page for the part number #4944 list it as "Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs." and card that it is mounted on in the picture reads as "6,000 lb Gross Trailer Weight"? This certainly does not look good! I'm not that confused, right?

–Dennis Anderson 10/5/2014 4:46:50 PM

Thanks for pointing that out. Our hitch program manager is getting that image updated.

–Ronald 10/6/2014 2:28:24 PM

Do you install hitch ?

–Charlotte Kinlock 11/23/2013 10:12:08 AM

Yes, since 1945 U-Haul has been America's number one trailer hitch installer. For pricing and scheduling, please use our "Find a U-Haul location" option and contact your nearest U-Haul center.

–Ronald 11/25/2013 9:30:13 AM

Product Description

Part Number:
4944

2" Hitch Ball with 1" shank diameter. Shank Length is 2-3/16". Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs.

  • The U-Haul Hitch Ball has more safety features than any other hitch ball in the towing industry.
  • Industry leading safety cotter pin.
  • Exclusive clamp indicating fastener.
  • Hardened flat washer instead of a lock washer.
  • Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs.
  • The U-Haul Hitch Ball has more safety features than any other hitch ball in the towing industry.

2" Hitch Ball, 2-3/16" Shank Length Reviews (86)


5 out of 5 stars with 86 reviews

Terrell K.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Heavy duty product.

Scott B.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Not installed yet.

Glenn m.
Rating:

Recommends this product

good item

Cory D.
Rating:

Never recieved

Nicholas D.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Was good. Hard to get the ball on without two wrenches

Questions & Answers (6)

To view an answer to a question, simply click on the question. To post a new question, click on the "Ask a question" button below.

Ask a Question

*All questions are reviewed and approved before being posted or answered.
Please keep all questions appropriate and related to the product.

What size nut is on the 2 inch ball"

–Vincent Squatrito 4/17/2019 4:49:33 AM

Hi, Vincent! The nut on the 2" ball is 1-5/8". Thanks for asking!

–Savannah 4/30/2019 2:24:05 PM

What is used to stabilize the trailer? I do not see any kind of stabilizing bar or sway bar?

–Stan 5/29/2015 9:25:35 AM

U-Haul trailers are aerodynamic, lightweight and low profile for better gas mileage.

Our wide track, stabilized suspension and low center of gravity make for moving made easier.

Thanks for asking!

–Joseph 6/26/2015 4:03:19 PM

The nut has a chamfer and a plastic washer. What is the correct way to install the nut and washer?

–Doyle 5/16/2015 3:56:08 PM

The plastic ring is used when installing without a torque wrench.

Simply insert the plastic ring into the recessed portion of the nut with the flat side of the ring remaining exposed. Place the ball shank through the platform hole, install the hardened flat washer and thread the nut onto the shank with the plastic ring facing upward (plastic ring between nut and washer).

–Joseph 5/22/2015 4:07:23 PM

The 2inch hitch ball with 1 inch shank # 4944 What size wrench fits the nut ? Tried 1 1/2" it was too small.

–Tom Braw 3/21/2015 8:32:37 PM

U-Haul sells the 1-5/8" wrench necessary for tightening the nut on this hitch ball at a low price of $16.95, please see U-Haul part number WRENCH found at your nearest U-Haul location.

–Joseph 3/24/2015 4:08:49 PM

Why does the information on the web page for the part number #4944 list it as "Weight Capacity is 7,500 lbs." and card that it is mounted on in the picture reads as "6,000 lb Gross Trailer Weight"? This certainly does not look good! I'm not that confused, right?

–Dennis Anderson 10/5/2014 4:46:50 PM

Thanks for pointing that out. Our hitch program manager is getting that image updated.

–Ronald 10/6/2014 2:28:24 PM

Do you install hitch ?

–Charlotte Kinlock 11/23/2013 10:12:08 AM

Yes, since 1945 U-Haul has been America's number one trailer hitch installer. For pricing and scheduling, please use our "Find a U-Haul location" option and contact your nearest U-Haul center.

–Ronald 11/25/2013 9:30:13 AM

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