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Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"

Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"

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Brophy Hitch Adapters - HE06

  • Hitch Extender
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 7-3/8 In Extension
  • Brophy
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Steel

7" Trailer Hitch Extender


Features:

  • Prevents hitting trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns while towing.
  • Has powder coated black finish resists rust and corrosion.


Specs:

  • Designed for 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Measures 7-3/8" from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the hitch pin hole of the extension piece
  • Measures 11-5/8" long (overall)
    • Measures 2-1/2" from end of shank (that slides into hitch on vehicle) to center of hitch pin hole
    • Measures 2-1/8" from center of hitch pin hole to the 2" x 2" opening (for accessory)
  • Has weight capacity that is the lowest of the following
    • 50% of the hitch's overall weight capacity
    • Load rating GTW 3,500 lbs; Tongue 350 lbs
    • Load rating with weight distribution equipment GTW 7000 lbs; Tongue 700 lbs


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



HE06 Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7"






Customer Reviews

Hitch Extender For 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver 7" - HE06

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (179 Customer Reviews)

7" Trailer Hitch Extender

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I needed my bike to clear my bumper on a front hitch and this did the trick. This extender is hollow so I was able to use anti rattle/ lock before adding bike rack.


Comments
Perfect solution and I use it spring through fall for my bike rack.
Barb - 09/29/2017



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I was foolish and probably lazy when I ordered a hitch extender from [another company] --- it was junk and did not fit an OEM Jeep hitch. I the one from etrailer and it fit perfectly and has held up nicely. I use it all the time and it makes attaching my cargo rack so much easier.



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Another good experience with Etrailer. Easy site navigation and prompt delivery. I needed this extender so my 'basket' will clear the spare tire on the back of my Wrangler.. and it does just that. The 7" gives you plenty of room. A 3" would probably be all that's necessary. Also lets me flip up my Thule platform bike rack into the stow position. Two thumbs up!



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Works great, especially now that I coupled it with a hitch stabilizer, as suggested by the great folks at etrailer.com. Best part of this piece is their customer service!


Comments
Its fine, and zero maintenance, so Ive forgotten all about it, which is the best part.
Drfranz - 01/08/2021


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After being rear ended by an uninsured driver, I decided to beef up my OEM bumper. My factory hitch was recessed too far to put a drop hitch for my camper. etrailer .com was the only place to find a 7" extender. Best of all Made in USA. Great job of providing difficult to find products.



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The extender was just what I needed for my hitch to reach beyond my RV’s bumper



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It installed and worked perfectly to get my bike rack beyond the spare at the rear of my trailer It appears to be of excellent quality. Arrived sooner than expected. Always quality goods and service from Etrailer.



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Use it for my recumbent trike rack. It keeps the rack from hitting the rear of my 2012 Ford F-150. This was a a quick easy solution.


Comments
Great I use it on my 212 Ford 150. I use it to keep the Easy Load recumbent bike carrier from hitting the back of my truck when folded up.
Dave C - 06/03/2020


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Great product. Just the right size for my Jeep. I have a stock '11 Rubicon and the tire was in the way for my new Yakima Swing Daddy bike rack. This item put it just far enough out to clear the tire but not far enough to be in the way. Etrailer had quick shipping and offered pics with measurements so getting the right extension was easy.



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Both hitch extenders work perfectly. Very well made. The dual hitch will help me cary a bike rack and cargo carrier on our next expedition. etrailer.com repeat customer!! Good deals on quality products. They ship fast with great communication every time. Thank you!



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I try to choose carefully when shopping for an item such as this - it is a safety issue! This hitch extended is exactly the length I needed and is a "name" product thus has a great reputation for ruggedness. etrailer is a great company to deal with!!!



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So grateful for the sales rep who helped me figure out how to make my current bike rack work with my 2020 Jeep Rubicon. I can still use my trunk! Customer service is exceptional at etrailer!



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Extension arrived quickly after it was order. Customer service was outstanding, friendly and very helpful.



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I like it ,it got here when you said it would ,I would like more info on anti wobble products.



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Received product but have not installed it yet. I use multiple tow vehicles and multiple drawbar and other hook ups. With my 3/4 ton, 4-wheel drive Chevy Suburban I have no need for this extender, regardless of whether I am towing my cargo trailer or simply hauling my bicycles with a drawbar style carrier. Although when hauling my cargo trailer and then also putting my bike rack on the back of the trailer (a typical undermount hitch specially installed) I prefer the extender to give me a little more clearance for my bikes. The issue I have is when I put my bike rack on the back of my 2015 Acadia. The hitch on the Acadia is mounted so far underneath the the vehicle (to allow a decorative plate to be used to enhance the looks of the vehicle when not towing), the the extender is needed. I will not use the extender when towing my cargo trailer because I don't really need it and don't want halve my towing capacity. I will also use an anti-rattle bracket to reduce sway with the hitch extender I that regard I would like to comment on the reviewers who have commented on how this extender may be slightly undersized and loose in the hitch. I cannot comment on those reviewers applications and situations but I can say I want an extender or drawbar to be a little loose. The looseness can be dealt with by installing anti-rattle brackets. What is much more difficult to deal with is finding out your snug fitting drawbar was run through water, mud, or salt on winter roads and then left to set for several months. Trying to remove a rusted in snug drawbar is not my idea of fun! Finally, the product seems to be of high quality and is very solid. Price seemed reasonable for the quality of the product. If I had already installed and used this product, I would fully expect the rating to have been 5 stars.



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Perfect extension for my 2014 Jeep. Extended the right amount to be even with the outside of the spare tire. Needed this to fit my Kuat bike rack on the back without touching the spare tire.


Comments
Still use weekly, not problems.
Jim C - 01/09/2015



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Product works as described. This allowed me to extend my hitch reciever enough so that my travel trailer does not hit the back end of my tow vehicle when turning.



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Just what I needed to extend my Jeep Wrangler hitch. Now I can fold my cargo carrier up without hitting my spare tire. Can also open back tailgate to get at stored items now with cargo basket in down position.



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PERFECT AGAIN, THANK YOU CAROL.



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I needed a hitch extender to accommodate a bike rack on my wife's '09 Range Rover. I found a review from "Sturdy and well-made 04/12/2015" on this website. The reviewer had the same problem as me and recommended the Brophy Hitch #HE06 and the Anti-Rattle Trailer Hitch Receiver Lock #63232. I ordered both and I am glad I did. Great products!



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Works great!



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Great job



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Works perfectly. I had it welded into a receiver I put on the front of my truck to carry a bike rack. By welding it into the receiver it eliminated any unnecessary rattling. I needed the extender to provide the necessary clearance for my bike rack to fold up when not in use.



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Well made and sturdy. No moving parts to fail, so there also isn't much to review. We used this device to extend the hitch on our Infiniti FX35 far enough to accommodate a Kuat bike carrier without risking scratched paint from the hitch mounted carrier or the bikes. A two inch extension was really all we needed or wanted, but no one seems to make one smaller than this 7-inch device. Even so, it works exactly as it is supposed to. NOTE: It does NOT come with a hitch pin or anti-rattle device, so you will need an additional one to use this with your hitch. I recommend etrailer's #63232 LetsGoAERO Silent locking hitch pins; to remove any sway and eliminate rattle completely.



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    If you check out the picture I attached you can see that when picking out a high low adapter for a flat towing setup you need to have the tow bar sit within 3 inches of level to be "safe." Otherwise suspension and tire damage might occur. First thing you need to do is measure from the ground to the top of your hitch opening on your tow vehicle and then measure from the ground to the center of your base plate kit on your towed vehicle. The difference in these two figures is the amount...
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  • Availability of 2" Hitch Extender Shorter Than 7"
    The Brophy 7" Hitch Extender for 2" Hitch Receivers # HE06 is the shortest hitch extender that's available. Please note that the overall weight capacity of your trailer hitch will be reduced by 50% and this will increase the amount of play you see from the accessory you plan on installing in this extender. I recommend using a combination of the Gen-Y Anti-Rattle Clamp # 325-GH-033 and the Anti-Rattle Trailer Hitch Receiver Lock # 63232 to help secure the extender to your trailer hitch...
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  • Recommended Anti-Rattle for 2 Inch Trailer Hitch Extender
    To reduce the rattle on a 2" trailer hitch extender like the Brophy Hitch Extender # HE06, the best option is a clamp, the Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver # RSCP. This stabilizer is simple to use, clamping onto your hitch and helping minimize any rattle. I have added a link to a video review for you to check out as well of the Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver # RSCP.
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  • Is There a Hitch Extender that Can be Used with 3,800 lb Trailer
    Reese has a couple hitch extenders for 2 inch that have 4,000 lb capacities that you could use like the # RP11003 which is 14 inches long or the # RP11004 which is 18 inches long. As long as the hitch on your 2006 Toyota Tundra has a capacity that is twice the weight of your trailer this would work fine since hitch extenders cut the capacity of the hitch they are installed in by 50 percent.
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  • How to Stop Movement with HE06 Hitch Extender
    We have just what you need. To get rid of the rattle/movement in a hitch extender like the part # HE06 all you would need is an anti-rattle device like the part # 63232. This slides into the hollow shank of the hitch extender and then allows the threaded bolt to tighten it against the hitch tube. I attached a review video for more info for you to check out.
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  • Hitch Extender to be Used with Thule Bike Rack to Help Clear Spare of Vehicle
    The best hitch extender will be the shortest one that still gives you the clearance you need. Since it sounds like you only need a little more clearance our shortest option which is the Brophy part # HE06 which is an extension that is 7 inches long. You should note that hitch extenders cut the capacity of the hitch they are installed in by 50 percent though.
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  • Availability of Hitch Extender with 800 lb Tongue Weight Capacity
    The problem with using a hitch extender is that because it moves the tongue load further rearward from the receiver opening, using an extender will LOWER the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by 50 percent. If the hitch on your truck has a 500, 600 or even a 1000 lb tongue weight capacity (check sticker on hitch), cutting that in half by using the extender will leave you with insufficient capacity to tow your travel trailer. Even if your hitch had a high enough tongue weight capacity,...
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    My suggestion would be for you to try and relocate the jack on your trailer. This would be the safest, most economical, option to solve the issue of your lowered tailgate hitting the crank on the trailer jack. Using a weight distribution system puts a significant amount of force on a hitch. I would not recommend using any type of extension in your hitch. Extenders, like # HE06, create more torque on the vehicle frame, hitch, drawbar, extender and hitch ball. This added torque reduces...
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  • Size of Hitch Extenders Available for a 2 Inch Hitch
    The reason that the manufacturers do not make a shorter hitch extender is mainly because the market for a extender of a very short length is very limited. After researching the market for hitch extenders they have decided that the short (7 or 8 inches) and long (14 or 18 inches) sizes will hopefully cover most of the market. The hitch extenders are a limited market because when using an extender you do reduce the tongue weight on your hitch by 50 percent. For example, if the hitch capacity...
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  • Can Thule Bike Rack Be Used with Hitch Extender and Does It Cut Hitch Capacity
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  • Dimensions of Hitch Extender Item # HE06
    The Hitch Extender For 2 inch Trailer Hitch Receiver 7 inch, item # HE06, will extend the hitch pin hole on your receiver hitch by 7 inches on center. This means that any accessory installed in the extender will be 7 inches farther from the vehicle than if installed in the receiver itself. Please Note: Using a hitch extender will reduce the overall capacity of your hitch by 50%.
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  • Safety of Using Hitch Extender and Other Options To Clear Spare Tire on Jeep Liberty
    Using a hitch extender is safe as long as you stay within the limits specified of 50 percent of the hitch and vehicle load capacity, and 350 lb tongue weight capacity of part # HE06. The other option to provide additional clearance from your spare tire would be to use a longer ball mount. For this, I would recommend Hidden Hitch Ball Mount, part # 80232, which places the center of the hitch ball 16 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole. If your ball mount requires a larger rise...
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    First, hitch extender # HE06 is not a hitch, just an extension. It would fit in a 2 inch trailer hitch receiver if your 2006 Cadillac SRX already had one. It is designed to provide an additional 7 inches of clearance from the center of the hitch pin hole. For a 2 inch trailer hitch for your SRX the most popular option is # C13050. I have linked a video showing how it installs. With the hitch installed the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole back to clear the rear bumper...
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    The hitch extender part # HE06 will cut the capacity of the hitch it is used on by 50 percent. To determine the overall weight of your trailer you could take it to a weight station. To determine the tongue weight you can check out the help article I attached that covers how to do this.
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    I would not recommend any type of extension with your towing setup. Extenders create more torque on the vehicle frame, hitch, drawbar, extender and hitch ball because of the extension, just like adding a pipe to the end of a breaker bar. This added torque reduces that weight capacity of all of the components in the system by 50 percent, so your vehicles 10 K capacity would be lowered to 5 K if a hitch extension is used. I would go with a long ball mount that is just long enough so you...
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    I recommend, the Heininger Holdings Hitch Adapters # HE6000. This product will allow you to easily reach the receiver under your Range Rover with a few inches of clearance to spare. This heavy-duty device extends your hitch accessory 5-3/4", 8-1/4" or 8-1/2", or 11" out from the hitch. It fits 2" hitches and includes an anti-rattle bolt. Please keep in mind when you use a hitch extender you lose 50% of the hitch's overall tongue weight capacity. Please check your owners manual to...
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  • Using a Hitch Extender to Reach Past Lowered Tailgate to Tow Trailer and Carry Golf Cart
    Some hitch extenders provide more clearance but are for flat towing a vehicle behind an RV. There are other extensions, such as # HE06 which can be used for towing. With these or any extender it will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch by 50 percent. For example if the tongue weight capacity of your hitch is 500 pounds, using the extender will reduce it to 250 pounds. So the tongue weight of the trailer cannot exceed 250 pounds. Adapter # HE06 has a 350 pound tongue...
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  • Availability of 6 inch Hitch Extender for Use with Bike Rack
    Hitch extensions like the part # HE06 will give you 6 additional inches of clearance but the downside is that they cut the capacity of the hitch they are installed in by 50 percent. 6 additional inches should give you enough clearance, but let me know if you need more.
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  • Trailer Hitch Extender For Weight Distribution So Tailgate Can Be Opened
    We do have hitch extenders that will work with a 2-inch trailer htich receiver. There are tongue weight and trailer weight ratings for the extenders you need to pay close attention to. For a 7-inch extension I recommend part # HE06. With weight distribution, this limits th gross trailer weight to 7,000-lbs and tongue weight at 700-lbs. For a 14-inch extender I recommend part # RP11003. The gross trailer weight with this extender is 6,500-lbs and 650-lbs tongue weight. We also offer...
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  • What is the Wall Thickness of the Steel Used to Make Brophy Hitch Extender HE06
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  • Hitch extender, part #HE06 for bike rack to clear spare tire
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