Please consider the condition of your Tow Vehicle.
The vehicle information you have entered has triggered this alert. If you are planning to tow a trailer, for use over any distance, you should consider the condition of your tow vehicle. Towing a trailer can be demanding on some older vehicles, depending upon their condition. You should consider the mechanical condition (Engine, transmission, suspension, brakes and tires) into your rental/purchasing decision and if applicable consider the following alternative options:
Truck and Auto Transport rental
Truck and Tow Dolly rental
Truck rental and additional driver (auto separate)
Different Tow Vehicle
U-Haul: 1997 Ford Mustang Cobra trailer hitch components
Sportframe 1 1/4 inch Rec (Zinc)
Class 1 hitch
Max weight: 2,000 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.
Hitch image shown is for display purposes only and may not reflect the actual hitch for this vehicle.
1-1/4” 2-1/8” Rise, 9-3/4” Length, 2,000 lbs.
Trailer weight capacity: 2,000 lbs.
Tongue weight capacity: 200 lbs.
Part number: 3592B
2" Hitch Ball, 1-15/16" Shank Length
Trailer weight capcity: 5,000 lbs.
Shank Diameter: 3/4"
Shank Length: 1-15/16"
Part number: 4924
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.
Part number: 3130
CQT118326 4-Flat with Factory Style Taillight Harness
4 Flat QUICK CONNECT
Plug Type: 4 Flat Piggyback
Part number: CQT118326
Manufacturer Part Number: 118326
$5 Lifetime Warranty
We guarantee replacement (including labor costs) of the hitch for any reason, with no limitation for any damage, including collision, corrosion, accidental overload, jackknifing and theft of vehicle.
Wiring service plan
Protect your purchase. We guarantee repair or replacement (including parts and labor) of the covered wiring. Including: collision, corrosion, accidental handling or damage — even if your dog chews it off!