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   Hitch Chart

Tow Vehicles/Trailers

Class I Class II Class III Class III Class IV
 Class I
 2,000 lbs. (GTW)
 200 lbs. (TW)
 Class II
 3,500 lbs. (GTW)
 300 lbs. (TW)
 Class III
 3,500 - 6,000 lbs. (GTW)
 350 - 600 lbs. (TW)
 Class III
 4,000 lbs. (GTW)
 350 lbs. (TW)

 Class IV
 5,000 - 12,000 lbs.
  (GTW)
 500 - 1,200 lbs.
   (TW)

Weight-Carrying Weight-Distributing
Subcompact /
Compact Cars
Subcompact/Compact Cars
BulletClass I

BulletSportframe

BulletSportframe
    Deluxe
Mid-Size Cars /
Small Pickups
Mid-Size Cars/Small Pickups

BulletClass I

BulletSportframe

BulletSportframe
    Deluxe

BulletClass II Frame
     Hitch

BulletClass III
     Receiver

BulletClass III
Weight-Distributing
Hitch

MinivansMinivans BulletClass I

BulletSportframe

BulletClass II Frame
     Hitch

BulletClass III
     Receiver

BulletClass III
Weight-Distributing
Hitch

Full-Size Cars, Pickups, Vans, Utility VehiclesFull-Size Cars, Pickups,Vans, Utility Vehicles BulletClass I

BulletSportframe

BulletClass II Frame
     Hitch

BulletClass III
     Receiver

BulletClass III
Weight-Distributing
Hitch

BulletClass IV
Weight-Distributing
Hitch

NOTE: This chart is a general guide, and the specific weights and capacities of the actual trailer, tow vehicle and available hitch must be known in each case.
CAUTION: Class I Hitches are not to be used for tandem axle trailers, horse trailers, or house-type travel trailers regardless of weight.