Reese Towpower

Model # 7039800

Internet # 204818836

1-7/8 in. Black Nickel Tri-Ball

$44.98 /each

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Product Overview

The Reese Towpower elite Tri-Ball ball mount is designed to provide enhanced corrosion protection and improve the appearance of the tow vehicle. The Tri-Ball provides convenience and ease of use to customers who have different requirements for their towing needs. Simply pull out the draw bar and rotate to the desired hitch ball. Capacity ranges from 2,000 lbs. on the 1-7/8 in. ball to 10,000 lbs. on the 2-5/16 in. ball. It is engineered and tested to meet quality performance standards.

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  • Black nickel finish
  • 1- 7/8 in. hitch ball 200/2000 lb. capacity
  • 2 in. hitch ball 600/6000 lb. capacity
  • 2- 5/16 in. hitch ball 1000/10000 lb. capacity
  • Perfect for multi trailer owners



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Product Weight (lb.) 
11.625 lb 
Receiver Opening Size 
Tongue load rating (lb.) 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime 

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by really handy I tow the family PWC quite often which uses the smaller 1.875" ball. Got the PWC on the water this weekend, but first I had to get some work done. Earlier that day, I rented a sod cutter on a trailer and the trailer, like most rental equipment uses a 2" ball. The next day, rented a dump trailer to haul a few trips of pea gravel. The hitch performed wonderfully and is easy to switch from one ball size to the next. Highly recommended for usefulness. As others have stated, its a handy device to keep on the vehicle or in the tool box. I like the nickel plated finish, which will look better a little longer - its a good looking finish too. One wish I had on the design was to have the largest 2.3125" ball not on the center location for aesthetics purposes. I would leave it on my SUV but don't care for the looks of the branding and ball location sideways. Maybe the 2" could be the center one- seems like that's the most popular size. Anyway- it was useful this weekend and has earned top ratings for all it did. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Three Beautiful Hitch Balls This tri-ball 2 inch receiver hitch is ideal for my tractors 3-point hitch which I can easily adjust up and down with the rockshaft. Having three trailers with the 1-7/8 in., 2 in., and 2-5/16 in. couplings are sometimes a pain to move when I have to change out balls. This black nickel finish looks nicer than the black painted balls. I can't tell how long this finish will last before it wears and rusts. Only my stainless balls hold up to the wear and weather, but ss is way to pricy anymore. I can't use this straight 3-ball on my Suburban vehicles because they require an 8 in. drop to level the standard 18 in. ground to trailer coupling center. June 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy and sturdy This hitch is extremely heavy! It has three different sizes to choose from so it works with a variety of trailers. The only problem is that mine didn't come with a pin. Luckily I already had one, but it's useless without it so make sure you purchase one. The black nickel color is attractive and doesn't get as dirty as the standard silver. I've used mine 3 times and so far it's stayed pretty clean and shiny. It's a pretty simple product, so there's not much to say except that it works! July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by strong This is a great universal hitch. This switches from 1 7/8th, 2 inch, and 2 5/16th'. It switches over very easily with just a simple flip of the receiver. I use this for pulling a 2 ' car hauler as well as my 2 5/16th enclosed trailer with plenty of clearance. I am very happy with this and would highly recommend getting this tri ball especially if you haul a few different things as I do. June 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice addition to my SUV This is a great addition to any vehicle that may need to tow stuff. I have a move in my near future and this will come in handy to tow a U-Haul. Not knowing what size ball I would need, this solves that problem since it has three different size balls on it.. Its built heavy duty and should last a lifetime. Seems strong enough to pull just about anything. The only problem was that it did not come with a pin to secure the item to the truck. I am guessing this piece comes alone, or my package was missing this part. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Attention to Detail Pro grade hitch. Have used Reese products for years and have always been pleased with their performance and durability. The tri ball design is handy if you tow trailers with different ball sizes and saves space in my truck. I tow a dump trailer with the 2 5/16 inch (10,000lb. rating) and use the small 1 7/8 for towing my jet skis. Nickel construction should reduce rust and adds to the look if things like that are important. Reese products are professional grade and hold up to extreme abuse.Word of caution..use a locking pin because this will disappear. June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great hook-up Since we work on the road and use a truck everyday ,we have found this tri-ball hitch to be very useful. It fits three different size hitches and is really easy to change out. You simply pull out the draw bar and rotate it to the size you need. The capacity ranges from 2000 lbs. to 10,000 lbs.depending on the size you use, so it pretty much covers almost anything we need to tow. The black nickel looks really good on our truck. June 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A handy all around hitch. I like they way the hitch is constructed - A nice solid tube with 3 hi-quality balls on it. As long as you don't need an7y offset, it will work fine. I did end up changing the 2-1/2" and 2" balls around. I use the 2" ball most of the time. But with it opposite the 1-7/8" ball, I ran into problems backing my utility trailer into my driveway when the trailer was loaded. Because of the way the street slopes down to meet the curb cut for my driveway, and the height of the city sidewalk, the 1-7/8" ball would hit the sidewalk. With the change, it was no longer a problem. While this will probably not be the main hitch I use, it is handy to have around when I need to pull trailers with different size balls. The main drawback with this one is that it sticks up too far to fit in the storage compartment under the cargo compartment. So I will still keep the one with a single 2" ball in there. May 23, 2016
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