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Whether your towing needs are light or heavy-duty, we have what you need to get your load there safely and securely. Let us help you outfit for your journey down the road with brands like Reese and Valley. We have you covered for all your towing needs. If you're new to the world of towing, here's a guide, from light duty to heavy duty, which should get you started.
Trailer towing is never a light job, but the lighter, easier to pull trailers on the market are hitched at the rear. The tow equipment here starts with a hitch, which is centered under the bumper. Into this plugs a hitch ball mount, a strong, weather-protected length of metal. And to finish off the towing equipment chain, a hitch ball, which screws into the hitch ball mount and holds the trailer in place. A clever add-on is the weight distributing hitch, which uses simple physics to further balance the weight between all axles of the tow vehicle and trailer.
Next up is the gooseneck hitch, which sits in the middle of the truck bed. Gooseneck trailers are designed to carry heavier loads and make contact with the truck right over the rear axle for more pulling power. Modern gooseneck towing accessories are carefully designed not to get in the way. Several can be removed entirely with little effort, and several even fold away neatly into compartments in the bed, which you can then be free to use at any time.
You've probably seen a semi-tractor without a trailer. The massive, slotted, greasy plate on the back is known as a fifth wheel. A fifth wheel is the heaviest towing system on the road, designed to haul huge containers thousands of miles. Many large RVs and other trailers use fifth wheel towing systems, which means you may need one for your truck. Like a gooseneck hitch, it sits in the bed, but generally uses a base rail system for stabilization. Some newer models bolt onto the truck frame beneath the bed, offering the maximum hold for the maximum trailer type.
The ocean of trailer tow accessories can be difficult to navigate, depending on your vehicle, your trailer, and the loads you're planning to pull. But our staff have oft sailed these waters, and will be happy to guide you through, so give us a call with any questions.
Get your vehicle hitched and ready with these quality hitches and parts
Share the weight between all your axles
Everything you need for your fifth wheel trailer
Hitches and parts for your gooseneck trailer
Get precise control over your trailer's brakes
Extend your visibility when towing
Truck bed and trailer tie-down points
See where you can't see with a blind spot mirror
Prevent bumps and scrapes
Maximize visibility when you're backing up
Why leave your hitch receiver bare?
Make sure your trailer's systems are connected
When a manufacturer implements a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy, they create limits on the list price that retailers are allowed to advertise their products for. In line with our efforts to continually provide the lowest possible price, we've made it easier for you to inquire about our Exclusive Pricing on these MAP items.
Free Ground Shipping
Free FedEx ground shipping on all orders over $100. Free shipping to 48 Continental United States only. Orders under $100 will incur a FedEx ground shipping charge of $9.95.
$9.95 Per Wheel/$25 Per Tire
Each wheel will incur a $9.95 per wheel fee and each tire will incur a $25 per tire fee up to $129. You will be charged a maximum of $129 regardless of how many wheels and/or tires you purchase.
$129 Truck Freight
Oversized parts will incur a $129 truck freight charge that FedEx cannot provide standard ground shipping on.