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U-Haul: 1997 Cadillac Eldorado Touring Coupe Front Wheel Drive trailer hitch components

Hitch

Heavy Duty 1 1/4 inch Rec (Powder Coat)

  • Class 2 hitch
  • Max weight: 3,500 lbs.
  • Although this hitch has been discontinued, some U-Haul locations still have inventory that we’re offering to you at red tag pricing! These hitches are unused and structurally sound.
  • While supplies last.
  • MPN: 36202
  • Part number: 36202
  • Hitch Installation Guide - Model 36202
  • Hitch image shown is for display purposes only and may not reflect the actual hitch for this vehicle.
$209.95
Ball mount

KIT, DRAWBAR, LONG, 3.125" RISE, BLACK FINISH

  • Trailer weight capacity: 3,500 lbs.
  • Tongue weight capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Part number: 36063B
$24.95
Hitch ball

1-7/8” Hitch Ball 1-15/16” Shank Length

  • Trailer weight capcity: 5,000 lbs.
  • Shank Diameter: 0-3/4"
  • Shank Length: 1-15/16"
  • Part number: 4904
$8.95
Pin and clip

Class I and II Pin & Clip

  • In order to tow, a pin & clip is required to secure the ball mount to the hitch receiver.
  • Fits Class I and II receiver style hitches.
  • 1/2" Diameter
  • Part number: 3130
$2.95
Wiring

Trailer Light Power Module

  • 4-way flat plug with 3-to-2 powered taillight converter.
  • Part number: 14494
$44.95
Product Subtotal:
$291.75

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