Kubota RTV 1/4"" Hitch Riser with Tow Plate by Hornet Outdoors

SKU: U-4044-FP-EKR
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SKU: U-4044-FP-EKR
Boost your towing capabilities with Kubota RTV's Hitch Riser - a durable tow plate by Hornet Outdoors. Enhance your utility vehicle today!
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Unlike trucks and SUVs, ATV and UTV receiver hitches are commonly located beneath the vehicle, which can make many receiver hitch accessories difficult to use or impossible to mount.

The U-4044FP is a Hitch Riser and Extender that inserts in to a 1 1/4" Receiver Commonly found on many ATV's. In addition to raising the receiver hitch point it also includes a Tow Plate that has 3/4" and 1/2" Holes in it so you can attach a Hitch Ball or Use the plate to Tow a Yard Cart that requires a Flat Plate with 1/2" hole in it for towing.

The Hitch Pin hole is 1/2" which is standard on most/all 1 1/4" Receivers

Hitch Riser Features:

  • This 1 1/4" to 2" Riser/Extender is proudly made in the USA with American steel and is compatible with any standard 2" receiver hitch.
  • Powder coated flat black for a durable, corrosion-resistant finish.
  • Off-road use only.
  • Proudly made in America with American steel.
  • Hornet Outdoors manufactures a wide variety of specialty hitches. This guide will provide you with a brief description of each.

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