2” Adjustable Ball Mount (7-3/8” Drop, 6-1/8” Rise, 6,000 lbs.)

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Part Number:
6580

Adjustable Height Ball Mount #6580. 2” square hollow shank, 6,000 lbs GTW and 600 lbs TW.

  • Shank, 2" square hollow, can be used in rise or drop position
  • Complete shank and head assembly with quick release pin/clip
  • Black powder coat finish
  • Max rise is: 6-1/8"
    Max drop is: 7-3/8"

Customer Reviews 2” Adjustable Ball Mount (7-3/8” Drop, 6-1/8” Rise, 6,000 lbs.)

Michael
Rating:

Tongue weight is a little low. Extension is also a little short, to allow nuse of the full rise capability of the ball mount it hits the bumper, needs another inch in length.

Steve
Rating:

it was what I was looking for.

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need to move rv 28ft what do i need. tks

–rebecca 6/1/2014 8:37:04 PM

"U-Haul sells and installs complete tow packages, please contact your local U-Haul center for complete parts and pricing. "

–Ronald 6/12/2014 12:02:45 PM

Optimum ball height for the trailer I want to rent is 18 1/2 from the ground to ball center. Is the riser height of the risers you list to ball center or does that need to be added to listed rise. I need to gain 7 1/2” from my 2” receiver to ball center to be at 18 1/2”. How do I achieve this height to pull your trailer.

–Ken Graham 3/5/2018 6:18:09 PM

Hey, Ken! Ball mount rises and drops are measured from the top of the shank to the top of the ball platform. With your vehicle level, measure from the ground to the top of the hitch receiver. The difference between the receiver hitch measurement and your trailer coupler measurement will be the necessary drop/ rise needed. I hope that is helpful!

–Savannah 3/29/2018 9:04:44 AM

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