WHAT SIZE HITCH DO I NEED?How to Find the Perfect Bulletproof Hitch for Your Vehicle
To find out which BulletProof Hitch will work best for your application, please follow the steps below.
First, measure the receiver opening either horizontally or vertically (Figure A & B) to determine what size shank your vehicle requires. It will be 2”, 2.5” or 3” (3” is applicable to some 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks and some RVs & Semis only.)
Next, park the vehicle on level ground and measure from the ground to the bottom of the inside of the receiver tube (Figure C), then take that measurement and apply it to the information below. As you can see, this particular truck would require our 4” drop.
Receiver height as measured:
[12”-16”] requires 4” drop/rise hitch in the rise position;
[16”-18”] requires 4” drop/rise hitch;
[19”-21”] requires 6” drop/rise hitch;
[22”-24”] requires 8” drop/rise hitch;
[25”-27”] requires 10” drop/rise hitch;
[28”-30”] requires 12” drop/rise hitch;
[31”-33”] requires 14” drop/rise hitch;
[34”-36”] requires 16” drop/rise hitch;
[36”+] requires custom order hitch. Please contact us so we can assist you in getting the hitch you need.
If you are unsure or have any questions, please contact us and we will be happy to help!
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What our Customers are Saying
"These Hitches are tough! If you want the peace of mind knowing that you will have the only hitch you will ever need and it will not fail? This is that hitch. I am very happy with the quality, build and how durable it is. They are pricey but I believe they are worth it if you need a larger drop to depend on. I Highly Recommend them! "
Salt Lake City, Utah
"Absolutely love this hitch. Definitely lives up to its name. And when I’m not using the hitch, it serves as an additional bumper to protect my 2017 power stroke. Great hitch! I’m definitely going to tell all my buddies (who know how to use a truck) about this one."
"All I can say is WOW!! This hitch is amazing!! I ordered the 12" drop hitch, pintle plate, and the shackle and they are definitely worth their money. It's definitely not for those wanting a lightweight hitch."
Seneca, South Carolina