Curt Class 2 - 1.25" Receiver Hitches

  • 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" opening
  • Up to 3,500 lbs. of gross trailer weight (GTW) and 350 lbs tongue weight (TW)
  • Great to haul single-axle utility trailers, small boat trailers, pop-up campers and some recreational vehicle trailers
  • Typically mounted on full-size sedans, minivans and crossover SUVs
  • Constructed from high-strength steel
  • Protected by a durable gloss black powder coat finish
  • 1 year finish warranty and a limited lifetime warranty

Curt Class 2 trailer hitches are made for lighter-duty towing, having a gross trailer weight capacity of up to 3,500 lbs. and a tongue weight capacity of 350 lbs. This makes class 2 hitches an excellent choice for most passenger vehicles, including full-size sedans, minivans and crossover SUVs.

They can be used to tow smaller size trailers such as single-axle utility trailers, small boat trailers, pop-up campers and some recreational vehicle trailers. A class 2 hitch features a 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" receiver tube opening and comes in square tube or round tube frame option. As with any towing application, be sure to verify the vehicle’s towing capacity and the weight of the trailer before hitching up.

Curt class 2 hitches are made with innovative engineering that takes shape in quality materials. Our engineers work with real vehicles and advanced programs to design each hitch to succeed in its intended role.

Curt trailer hitches are constructed with American steel by state-of-the-art machinery and our skilled welders, fabricators and technicians. We coat each hitch in a liquid Bonderite coating that provides long-lasting corrosion, chip and UV resistance, and then finish them in a high-gloss black powder coat.

Curts quality processes and construction give us the confidence to offer a limited lifetime warranty and a one-year finish warranty on all of our class 2 hitches.

Brand Curt Manufacturing
Type Rear Mount Hitches
Length 45 inch(es)
Width 11 inch(es)
Height 21 inch(es)
Weight 37 lb(s)
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