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Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Extension

Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Extension

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Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening and get an extra receiver with the same piece. This dual hitch extension gives you (2) 2" receivers so you can tow a trailer and use an accessory at the same time. Powder coated steel resists rust. Call 800-298-1624 to order Curt accessories and parts part number D-192 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Curt products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Extension. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Curt Accessories and Parts - D-192

  • Tow Bar
  • Hitch Adapter
  • Curt
  • Dual Hitch Adapter
  • Hitch Extension
  • 8 Inch Extension
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch

Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening and get an extra receiver with the same piece. This dual hitch extension gives you (2) 2" receivers so you can tow a trailer and use an accessory at the same time. Powder coated steel resists rust.


Features:

  • Provides an additional 2" receiver so you can tow a trailer and mount an accessory at the same time
    • Bottom receiver lets you tow a trailer or flat tow a vehicle
    • Top receiver is for hitch-mounted accessories only
  • Extends trailer hitch receiver opening out from the rear of your vehicle to avoid obstacles
    • Get extra clearance for your trailer
    • Mount your bike rack without having to remove your rear-mounted spare tire
  • Constructed of durable steel
  • Resists corrosion with black powder coat finish
  • Includes pin and clip
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Hitch receiver sizes: 2" x 2"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to center of hitch pin hole: 8"
  • Maximum weight capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • Maximum tongue weight: 350 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Curt Dual Hitch Adapter

Note: Using a hitch extender will reduce your hitch's overall capacity by 50%



45792 Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter, 8" Extension






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Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Extension - D-192

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (97 Customer Reviews)

Extend your trailer hitch receiver opening and get an extra receiver with the same piece. This dual hitch extension gives you (2) 2" receivers so you can tow a trailer and use an accessory at the same time. Powder coated steel resists rust.

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This has worked out great because I have a 16 foot canoe that I put on my roof rack on my Jeep and the back of it on my yak bone and there's enough space that my yak bone does not touch any park of the trailer.



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Works great - we are able to tow our boat trailer and our hitch mounted bike rack at the same time! Also GREAT customer service for helping us figure out what we needed!



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Works great on my Jeep Cherokee. Beefed it up a little to facilitate 450 + pound cargo weight on upper



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Thank You for making my life much easier, especially when I am in need of anything pertaining to Trailering ! All products that I ordered from you came in Excellent condition (packaging). The Hitch extension and Hitch Receiver Locks fit like a champ and were an easy install! Pictures to follow. Respectfully, Chuck Wolf



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The hitch extender adapter arrived a day early and will allow me to use my bike rack while towing my trailer. If I do not bring the bike rack, the extension will allow the tail gate on my 2017 Silverado to be lowered without hitting the trailer tongue jack with the trailer hitched to the truck. Also the rated max towing weight of 3500 lbs with the extender is adequate for my needs, since the gross vehicle weight of my trailer is only 3000 lbs.


Comments
Be aware that using this extender will LOWER the capacity both the towing and the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by half.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 06/03/2019


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Excellent product if you’re towing but still want a bike rack that needs a receiver hitch.



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Easy to assemble, solid construction. I connected it to the after market trailer hitch that I bought on etrailer no problem. Since my after market trailer hitch is located low, I had to purchase the Curt Dual Hitch Extender which raised the cargo trailer to avoid a low clearance. Worked well.



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I have a Ford Flex and needed a hitch receiver adapter solution for my bike rack to mount higher from the ground and away from back hatch. After shopping locally at a few shops without success I went to google and discovered etrailer & desired product within 5 minutes. Three days later I had my double receiver and couldn’t be happier. Great product and great service. Thank You, etrailer.



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It is well constructed. Wish that it had a much longer steel tube to go into the receiver to get past the bumper on my motor home. I will have to add 12 inches to make it work for my application.



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Got the Dual Receiver hitch quickly and it works great. It serves two purposes. One as advertised to tow a trailer and connect a bike rack or cargo case. Second, while we are camping in our 1978 Vintage lifted Blazer the Dual Receiver, is turned upside down and a RHS2 two step Hitch Stair is put in the lower tube and it lowers the step to a usable normal step to get into the Blazer...both units work perfectly. I hope there is a way to add a picture from a future camping trip to show everyone.



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This is exactly the hitch I was looking for to accommodate travelling in my Tacoma with a tandem kayak as well as a Yakima bike rack for two bikes. It actually saved me from buying a multi-sport trailer which can limit the possibilities of parking in limited areas to take advantage of secluded biking and kayaking venues.



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Product did what it is supposed to. I would have liked the product to have been able to have a higher weight tolerance. Also, the designers need to look into making a product with a higher second mount. If a trailer is towed, the second mount needs to be much higher to have clearance for bikes, etc.


Comments
Product has held up for couple hundred miles. We will be using it for a trip of several hundred more miles.
Chip L - 07/18/2016



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I ordered this product to be able to tow a car and haul 4 bikes on a bike rack. I used it first on a camping trip 150 miles away. The product works as advertised. I towed a Pontiac Grand Am and caried 4 heavy mountain bikes with no problem. I did have to get longer chains and an extension for the electrical hookup for the tow dolly (the extender adds about 8 inches). I was initially worried about clearence between the bike rack and the car but that turned out not to be a problem at all and could have addded a fifth bike easily. I probably had 150 pounds of bikes plus about 100 to 125 pounds of tounge weight from the Grand Am on a tow dolly. This is close, but still under the limit of the product and had no issues while driving across some very bumpy roads. It was worth every penny not to have to drive a motor home and car seperately. It will certainly pay for itself on longer trips.



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First, I know that processing and shipping comments are taboo, but I am truly amazed at how you got this to me so fast. Our problem was that we both kayak and bike. We have a trailer for the kayaks and a hitch rack for the bikes. We've only been able to take one or the other. Of course the logical idea is to get a dual receiver, but that didn't work because many duals offset the top receiver several inches to the rear, putting the bike rack into the front of the boats. This one, by having "even" openings, is a more excellent choice. But still not done. The bikes STILL sat too far aft and would STILL hit the boats, not directly, but when turning. So we also purchased an 18" extender for the bottom trailer opening. Now we have plenty enough space to allow for transporting everything! Bring on the recreation!



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Purchased this multi-hitch after being informed a separately ordered product wouldn't be in on time. Customer service Michelle S and Nicky K) were outstanding in helping me cancel my prior order and replacing it with the multi-hitch. They even expedited shipping knowing I needed it for a trip. This is my fifth time purchasing with eTrailer and I've never been disappointed. The product selection is excellent, prices cannot be beat and the customer service is the absolute best in the business.



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I recently purchase a riser for my 2018 Toyota Rav4. I found the product to be of excellent quality and met my expectations. I will be using it both to tow my boat trailer and to attach my cargo carrier or bike rack. When going over a steep driveway my cargo carrier would bottom out. This riser eliminated this problem. Although I opted for the standard shipping. etrailer expedited the shipment at no additional cost to me. etrailer stood behind this product and I would recommend doing business with this company.



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Exactly what I needed for my motor home. I'm able to carry a receiver hitch bike rack with bikes and still tow my car. Works extremely well. This dual receiver is built very well. One point. For my needs, I also purchased anti-rattle locking bolts to take the "play" out of the hitch connections to stabilize the bike rack. They perform exactly as advertised. The bikes are very stable on the hitch except where the dual receiver mounts to the original receiver. Since the dual receiver is built so well, the "male" end is solid steel and not hollow. Therefore, internal locking bolts cannot be used. An external anti-rattle device is required at this connection and they are harder to find.



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Great for rear of RV mount spare tire and have a carrier for cooler or generator.... No pictures at this time.



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This hitch solved my desire to carry my bikes and tow our jeep. The only issue is that I am unable to detach the jeep and store the Blue Ox in an upright position without taking the bike off - not a big deal though.



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We were thrilled to receive our hitch today after ordering it three days ago. We have towed boats and horse trailers for thirty years. We have just purchased a new Class A Motorcoach and wanted to find out how to Best load two bikes and tow a Mini Cooper at the same time. We did not want to use the ladder for the bikes. My husband had seen a product like this and knew it was exactly what we wanted. I tracked it down and we can’t wait to get everything all loaded up. Based on our experience it is obvious that this is a high quality durable product. These guys are great to work with too. Very refreshing.



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Overall, this is exactly what I needed. The only reason that it's not Excellent is because the weld seam between the front and read of the hitch is approximately 1/2". This causes the receiver not to line up with the hitch receiver unless you're able to "lengthen" receiver holes.



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I have a hitch mounted winch that I need to use occasionally to winch various things on to a flat bed trailer. The Curt Dual receiver was a great solution for me! I can also use with my hitch mounted bike carrier when traveling. etrailer had the receiver in stock and shipped the same day. Great service!



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This unit took care of my need of being able to have a bike rack plus storage.



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I turn it over to lower the mobility scooter carrier down low enough to be able to run the scooter on and off of the ramp that is attached. Would like to sent a picture but have no way of doing so. I am very pleased with the product and quality of it. I have a 2017 Ford Explorer with a factory hitch, very high.



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The Curt dual 2" receiver extension appears to be of high quality. It does the job of getting my carrier above the exhaust pipes. The Erikson retractable ratchet straps also appear to be very easy to use to keep cargo in my carrier secure.


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  • Solution for Using Bike Rack and Cargo Carrier Together
    We do have a solution for a bike rack and cargo carrier; your best option would be to use the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE2 Platform Bike Rack w/ Cargo Carrier # HR1450Z-85 because this has a 50 lb per bike capacity and the carrier has a 100 lb capacity when attached to the bike rack, which suits your needs perfectly. The cargo carrier can also be removed from the rack and can be used on its own. The carrier has a 220 lb capacity when used by itself. The reason the Hollywood # HR1450Z-85...
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  • Recommended Adapter for Ground Clearance of Bike Rack
    The Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter, 8" Extension # D-192 will work well to give you the extra height you desire but using any adapter will reduce your hitch tongue weight by 50%. This won't be an issue with a Curt Class III hitch is you just use your Ridgeback # Y02457. A similar option for more height is the Malone 2" Dual Purpose Hitch Receiver # MPG544 but it will also extend the length of the hitch 2-1/2 more inches than the # D-192. This will probably result in the adapter...
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  • Vertical Distance Between Hitch Pin Holes of Curt Dual Adapter part # D-192
    The vertical distance between the upper and lower hitch pin holes on the Curt Dual Adapter part # D-192 is 5-3/4 inches.
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  • Does Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2 Inch Hitches Reduce Towing Capacity
    The Curt Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches # D-192 is an extender and adapter, and like others does in fact reduce the total capacity of your trailer hitch in half, which also includes the tongue weight capacity. So let's say your 2015 Toyota 4Runner's trailer hitch has a 5,000 lb towing capacity and 500 lb tongue weight rating. When using the Curt Dual Hitch Extender # D-192 your towing capacity is cut to 2,500 lbs and your tongue weight capacity is 250 lbs. You will need...
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  • Can Curt Dual Hitch Adapter part # D-192 be Used to Carry Bike Rack and Flat Tow a Vehicle
    The part # D-192 is designed for what you are looking to do. It will allow you to carry a bike rack and flat tow a vehicle. There are some capacities you need to keep in mind though. The # D-192 has a 3,500 lb towing capacity so you need to make sure your vehicle weighs less than that. The # D-192 also cuts the capacity of your trailer hitch by 50 percent so you need to keep that in mind as well. So basically you need to have a hitch on your vehicle with twice the capacity needed for...
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  • The Best Cargo Carrier To Use While Towing A Vehicle
    Both the MaxxTow Dual Hitch Extender part # MT70070 and the Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter part # D-192 are great options. However, I recommend using the MaxxTow Dual Hitch Extender over the Curt Dual Receiver Tube Adapter because the MaxxTow adapter will provide you with a 4" longer extension in addition to 1-1/4" more clearance between the cargo carrier and tow bar in comparison to the Curt adapter. (Please note: Your tongue weight will be decreased by 50% while using any type...
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  • Dual Trailer Hitch Receiver for Towing a Trailer and Carrying a Winch
    We do have a dual hitch adapter that may work for you, but the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter # RM-077-4 is not designed to be used for towing a trailer. It's designed to carry a bike rack or cargo carrier while flat towing a vehicle. The Curt Dual Receiver # D-192 can be used for towing using the bottom receiver opening. Top receiver would be used for you winch. Also, you should know that using a hitch adapter, such as this, will reduce your capacity by 50 percent.
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  • What Does Reduction of Hitch Capacity With Receiver Adapter Mean?
    When using the Curt Receiver Tube Adapter # D-192, what a 50 percent reduction means is that the hitch's towing capacity and tongue weight - both - will have their capacities reduced by 50 percent. As a simple example, if your hitch had a towing capacity of 5,000 lbs and tongue weight capacity of 500 lbs then using adapter # D-192 will reduce the towing capacity to 2,500 lbs and tongue weight capacity to 250 lbs.
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  • How to Tow a Trailer with a Bike Rack Attached
    All of our dual receiver adapters like part # D-192 will reduce the vehicle's hitch capacity by 50%. As long as 50% of the vehicle's towing capacity in inline with your trailer and bike rack then this adapter will work well for you. However, a better option for you that will not reduce the vehicle's towing capacity would be to use multipurpose ball mount like part # D210. I have attached a review video of this adapter as well as a photo of it in use for you.
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  • Carrying Bikes and Towing a Trailer at the Same Time
    There is a way for you to carry a bike rack with you, but there is not a part similar to the # D-192 that would work for you. Instead, I recommend installing a hitch on your trailer such as the Curt # 13703, which will work with trailers that have box frames, C-channel frames, or I-beam frames that are between 22" and 72" wide. You will also need a bike rack that is rated for use on a trailer because of the extensive movement that occurs in the rear of a trailer when it is being towed....
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  • Using a Dual Hitch Adapter to Carry a Bike Rack and a Cargo Carrier
    Due to the lower tongue weight capacities of trailer hitches that have 1-1/4 inch receivers, there are no dual hitch adapters available for a 1-1/4 inch trailer hitch receivers. The adapters are only available for 2 inch trailer hitch receivers. If you have a 2 inch trailer hitch and a bike rack or cargo carrier with a 1-1/4 inch shank, you could use a hitch reducer like part # HT02 to allow you to use your hitch mounted accessory with the dual hitch adapter. Please note, the dual hitch...
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  • Comparison of 2 Dual Hitch Adapters
    You are correct in that the upper 2" hitch receiver tube does not have a collar around the opening in comparison to the lower 2" hitch receiver tube which does on the MaxxTow Dual Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches part # MT70070. The lower 2" hitch receiver tube can be used for towing which is why the collar is present for additional strength whereas the top 2" receiver tube is not designed to be used for towing applications hence why it does not have a support collar. The MaxxTow...
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  • Can a Dual Hitch Adapter and Hitch Extender Be Used Together For Towing with a Bike Rack
    I do have an option for you but you cannot use multiple hitch adapters together like the dual hitch adapter part # D-192 and the hitch extender part # C45791 for example. This would create too weak of a connection point and would limit your towing capacity to almost nothing. If you need to tow a trailer and haul a bike rack at the same time a much better option for you would be with the Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount part # D210 or the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack part # LC429756. If you have a bumper...
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  • Ball Mount Adapter that Allows Bike Rack to be Carried While Towing Trailer
    The adapter you would need is the part # D210 as this has a ball mount platform on the bottom and a hitch opening on the top. Due to it's design this does not reduce the hitch capacity by 50 percent like the # D-192 would which would not be what I recommend for you.
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  • Can Curt Dual Hitch Extender Be Flipped Upside Down for Flat Towing
    The Curt Dual Hitch Extender # D-192 that you referenced can be flipped if you were to use the bottom receiver for a hitch-mounted accessory (bike rack, cargo carrier, etc), but I don't recommend doing this if you still plan on using the lower receiver for your tow bar. It's just not going to provide a stable/sturdy enough connection when used in this manner. A better option is going to be with the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter # RM-077-4, which features a 4" drop and is designed...
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  • Cargo Carrier Shank Rise Adapter For Greater Ground Clearance
    There is not a replacement shank available for a bent/rise for your Curt Cargo Carrier # C18151 to make it similar to the # C18153. A way for you to get the rise is to use the Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter, 8" Extension # D-192, but this will reduce the hitches tongue weight capacity by 50%.
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  • Ball Mount Recommendation to Carry a Cargo Carrier and Tow a Trailer at the Same Time
    We do have an option for you that would work better than the Curt Dual Receiver, # D-192. I recommend the Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount, # D210. This ball mount was designed for your application; towing a trailer and carrying an accessory at the same time. It has a higher tongue weight capacity as well. The cargo carrier and cargo loaded on it, plus the tongue weight of the trailer all count against the 750 pound tongue weight capacity of this ball mount and the receiver portion of the...
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  • Is There a Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter for 1-1/4 Inch Class I and Class II Trailer Hitches
    There is not a dual hitch receiver for the 1-1/4 inch receivers as they are not able to handle the torque due to the tongue weight location. The tongue weight of the hitch is reduced by 50% when using an adapter, so it really wouldn't be worth using for most applications.
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  • Dual Hitch Adapter with a Capacity Greater than 5,000 lbs
    Check out the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter # RM-077-4. This product is very similar to the Curt Dual Receiver Adapter # D-192 you referenced except it has a 10,000 lb capacity. This item is for towbar use only.
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  • How to Use a Cargo Carrier and Bike Rack Together
    Depending on your rack and carrier, they maybe able to be used at the same time, but more than likely, one will interfere with the other. Keep in mind the shape of your bike rack may interfere with loading cargo on your carrier and the carrier may be in the way of the bikes hanging down. If the cargo carrier has sides or rails that are tall, they may prevent the bike rack from being installed. Additionally this adapter/extension has a tongue weight rating of 350 pounds. This means that...
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  • Trailer Hitch Adapter To Increase Ground Clearance For 2017 Honda Odyssey And Kuat NV Bike Rack
    The Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter, 8" Extension # D-192 will give you additional height to your bike rack. This will limit your hitch tongue weight to 50% of its original rating. This adapter also has a 350 lb combined rating, but you will be limited to the lesser of the ratings. This should solve the issue with your adjustment knob and still give you clearance. This is the shortest length adapter we carry that will give you that additional ground clearance to protect your adjuster...
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  • Solution for Raising Curt Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier
    The best solution to raise your Curt hitch-mounted cargo carrier further above the ground is with an adapter like the Curt # D-192. This provides you with a top 2 inch receiver that sits 3-1/4 inches above the hitch on your vehicle. As you referenced in your question, using an adapter like this will reduce the tongue weight capacity of your trailer hitch by 50 percent. For example if your hitch has a tongue weight capacity of 300 pounds this will be reduced to 150 pounds when using the...
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  • Anti-Rattle Device Recommendation for Use with Curt Dual Hitch Adapter # D-192
    The shank of the Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter # D-192 is solid so while we do have anti-rattle devices that would work with it we don't have any that are threaded. You'd need to use a U-bolt style device like the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch part # RM-061 which would fit around the shank and hitch tube. I attached a picture that shows this as well.
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  • Can a Dual Purpose Ball Mount be Used to Carry a Dirt Bike and Tow a Seadoo Trailer
    I spoke with my contact at Curt and he stated that the dual purpose receivers and ball mounts are not rated for use with something like a dirt bike and carrier. The issue is not the weight but where that weight is placed. It will be too far from the receiver and can cause it to fail. The best option, but still not ideal, is to install a front mount hitch, # 33328, and use the dirt bike carrier in it. However, my contact at Curt did state that for every foot of distance the weight is...
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  • Best Way to Haul a Porta-Bote with a 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 Crew Cab
    I recommend using the Darby Extend-A-Truck Hitch Mounted Load Extender and Single-Bar Roof Rack # DTA944-968-924. The Extend-A-Truck load extender includes a single roof rack bar and is an economically priced load-carrying alternative that fits multiple cargo applications including your portable, fold-up boat. You will also need a pin and clip like # PC3. I have included a video review of the load extender for you to check out. If you intend to tow your bumper pull camper too you...
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  • Effects of Using Hitch Adapter for Cargo Carrier and Bike Rack
    Use of a hitch extender, whether it is a dual receiver adapter like Curt # D-192 or a straight extender like # C45791, will reduce your hitch's rated tongue weight capacity by 50-percent. The loss comes from the actual load being further away from the actual hitch tube; this applies more leverage to the hitch and so means it can handle less weight. It is usually best to distribute cargo weight among different parts of the vehicle - some on the roof, some on the hitch carrier, etc. For...
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  • Dual Hitch Adapter for Flat Towing and Bike Rack
    There is a dual hitch receiver adapter that will work for what you are looking to do but there is not one with a 3/4 inch drop to make the lower receiver the same level as the height on your motorhome's hitch like you were wanting. That's okay because you only need to be within three inches from level to safely tow, and the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Adapter for Tow Bars - 2-1/4" Rise/Drop # RM-077-2 will have you 1-1/2 inches below level, which is well within the safe zone (see...
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  • Hitch Adapter to Allow Towing and Use of Hitch Motorcycle Carrier for Honda Trail 90
    You may be able to both tow an ATV trailer and simultaneously use a motorcycle carrier in a hitch adapter like the Curt # D-192 but you will want to confirm the weight capacities of your Navion and the hitch installed on it. Check the RV owner's manual and also the safety sticker on your hitch to confirm weight ratings. Both the RV and the hitch on it must be rated for the combined weight of the Trail 90, the carrier you use to transport it and the actual tongue weight of the loaded utility...
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  • Recommendation For Towing A High Side Trailer And Bike Rack With 2010 Honda CRV
    The use of the Curt Dual 2" Receiver Tube Adapter, 8" Extension # D-192 or a similar adapter will decrease your vehicle's hitch tongue weight by 50%. So if your hitch tongue weight is rated at 350 lbs max, that would make your tongue weight 175 lbs max to carry your 4 bikes, the bike rack, the ball mount, and the tongue weight of your trailer. Using an extended ball mount like the Hidden Hitch Ball Mount - 3/4" Rise, 2" Drop - 15-3/4" Long - 6,000 lbs # 80232 will not effect the tongue...
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  • Can I Carry Hollywood Sport Rider SE2 With Thule Goalpost In Curt D-192
    It is possible to carry both the Thule Goalpost part # TH997 and the Hollywood SE Hitch rack part # HLY84FR with the Curt Hitch Extender part # D-192 on the Canyon as long as you do not exceed the tongue weight of the trailer hitch or adapter and you are still able to adjust the goal post to carry the kayaks level. The Thule Goalpost measures 7-3/8" from the center of the hitch pin hole to the back of the upright bar and the Hollywood Sport Rider SE2 measures 7-1/2" from the hitch to...
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