Black Rear Receiver Hitch

Black Rear Receiver Hitch For 2007-10 Jeep Wrangler JK And Unlimited 4 Door

A Jeep is an excellent vehicles for just about anything you want to do. You can drive around town or across the country easily. You can go off road and go explore the woods, a riverbank, or a field. They’re perfect for hauling camping gear or groceries. A Jeep is also great for towing everything from a trailer to a boat.

When you want to tow something, you need a rugged rear receiver hitch. A black hitch is perfect for a Jeep, and you can easily choose one that is designed to fit your particular model, such as a receiver hitch for 2007-10 Jeep Wrangler JK and unlimited 4 door.

The hitch will bolt right to the factory mounting points that are on the rear of a Jeep. It’s very similar in design to the OE receiver hitches. The hitch is long lasting and repels water thanks to a durable powdercoat design. The hitch includes a cutout for factory wiring harness mounting. For added strength, it’s designed as one piece and welded. This hitch is excellent for towing because it matches the towing capacity of your Jeep.

If you’re skeptical about whether or not this hitch can tow what you need it to, consider this: if you don’t use weight distributing equipment, the you will be able to enjoy a 2,000 pound tow rating and 200 pound tongue weight rating. If you do decide to use weight distributing equipment, then you can enjoy a tow rating of 3,500 pounds and 350 pound tongue weight rating.

The hitch has a 2″ opening, so you can easily attach anything you need to tow with confidence that you’ll be able to take it anywhere. If you love fishing, you’ll be able to easily tow your boat to any lake. If you prefer camping and enjoy the quiet of a mountain cabin, you’ll be able to easily tow a trailer or anything else to your cabin, even if it’s at the top of a mountain.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. You guys must be psychic! I was just talking to a buddy of mine today about which type of hitch would be best for my needs. He suggested I look here and what’s the first thing I see? Either he knew what I was going to find, or I better run down to the corner tavern and by myself a lotto ticket.


  2. I recently had one of these hitches installed on my 09 Wrangler. I was impressed by the quickness of which it was installed. I thought the guy was going to tell me that it wouldn’t work or that they had found a problem, but he was just letting me know that I was ready to roll. I’ve had quite a few times that I was glad I had the hitch. It has more than paid for itself and I’m totally satisfied with it.


  3. I have been looking at receiver hitches and the first thing I learned is that they are not all created equal. It does look like this one is exactly what I need. I use my Jeep around the farm as well as recreationally. The receiver hitch I have right now falls short of my needs. I need something that will pull a 2 horse trailer, a boat, a camper or a flat bed. This receiver hitch will take care of all of my needs. I wish I had done a little more homework before I had one installed. Oh well, no use crying over spilled milk. I just need to exchange them and get on with life. Thanks for outlining the benefits of this receiver hitch.


  4. I had to do some homework to find out just what a receiver hitch was all about. I couldn’t figure out from the picture just how it would work. Now that I’ve been edumacated I can tell you that it’s a little more than what I need. But, it’s exactly what my brother needs. I sent him the link and he’s already been on and bought the danged thing. No grass will be growing under his feet!


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