|Product Depth (in.)||2 in||Product Height (in.)||9.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4.5 in|
|Automotive Part Type||Hitch Eye||Features||No Additional Features|
|General Part Type||Hitch Eye||Hitch Class||Class 3|
|Product Weight (lb.)||7.450 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Limited Warranty|
A: Yes, it is a 3/4 inch D-Ring.
A: I think so as the 10,000 rating exceeds the 4000 rating for a 1/2 in Dring
A: You will need a minimum 2 inch diameter ring to slide over the eye of the clevis.
A: It's not intended for towing a trailer or actually towing anything on the road. This is an off-road accessory used to attach a tow strap to pull a vehicle (yours or someone elses) out of a bad spot.
A: Usually a ball mount is used for towing. This is like a huge link attached to the pipe that fists into the truck. It would be ok for dragging a big tree limb out of the field or other coarse work but it can't give stability to a trailer like a ball mount can do.
A: It is likely ment for off road towing and or off road use only. The manufacture and/or Home Depot likely state it is not recommended for towing (specifically on-road) to mitigate any liability that could occur with a failure of the tow ring, etc.
A: Possibly manufacturing liability since any slack may cause the chain to uncouple. I've used a tow strap and did not have any issues
A: This ring can tow up to 8,000 pounds.
|Brand||TowSmart||Buyers Products Company||TowSmart||CURT|
|Name||2 in. Receiver Mount Tow Ring - 8,000 lb. Capacity||6-Ton Pintle Hook with Mounting Kit||Class 4 17,000 lb. 4 in. Drop, 3 in. Rise, 1-1/4 in. Shank Forged Steel Reversible Trailer Hitch Ball Mount||Lunette Eye (15,000 lbs., 2-1/2" I.D.)|
|Automotive Part Type||Hitch Eye||Hitch Eye||Hitch Eye|
|Hitch Class||Class 3||Class 5|
|Receiver Opening (in.)||2 in|
|Tongue load rating (lb.)||1700|
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