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Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

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Tow Ready Hitch Adapters - 80307

  • Hitch Extender
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • 8 In Extension
  • Bike Racks
  • Cargo Carriers
  • Hitch Mounted Accessories
  • Trailers
  • 3500 lbs
  • Tow Ready

This hitch extender helps to prevent your vehicle from hitting the trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns.


  • Extends receiver opening 8"
  • Fits 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Capacity: 300 lbs TW / 3,500 lbs GTW
  • Black powder coat finish
  • Has two receiver pin holes to accommodate for J-Pin
  • Compatible with Draw-Tite J-Pin 63201 (sold separately)

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

80307 Tow Ready Hitch Extender - 8" Long

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Video of Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Tow Ready 2 inch Trailer Hitch Extender Review

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at Today we're going to be taking a look at an eight inch hitch extender from Tow Ready. Essentially these are designed to buy extra space, whether we've got an overhanging spare tire, maybe we've got an in bed camper, that overhangs just a little bit. Whatever your need might be, this is going to take your pinhole from its current location, moves it back eight inches, so we can get plenty of room to use our items appropriately. Here's an example of one of the many ways the hitch extender is going to come in handy. With our spare tire on the back of our Jeep, our bike rack does not want to slide in and engage.

The pinholes just don't line up. Getting that extender is going to get that pinhole back a little bit further. It's going to allow us to utilize our rack not only in its platform position, but also when we fold it up.Now, this is also going to come in handy if your hitch or your receiver tube opening is kind of back underneath your bumper a little bit. Now, from the center of our hitch pinhole, to the center of our new hitch pinhole, we're picking up eight inches. That's going to get our items eight inches further back.

We'll secure it using a standard five-eighths pin and clip, but you will notice the shank is hollow. If you wanted to put an anti-rattle bolt in there, or an anti-rattle device, you wouldn't have any issues with that. When using bike racks or cargo carriers, we do recommend it. For towing applications, it might not be so important. Now as far as installation, this is going to install like any class three accessory when I slide it in, get our pinholes lined up, and we'll secure it with a pin and clip.

Now the pin and clip is not provided, so you will want to supply your own.Now, the overall construction is really nice. You get the black powder coat finish on it, so it should last for a very long time. You're going to notice in the side, we've got two pinholes, we've got a larger one, there's a smaller one here close to the back. We only want to use the one closer to the front, it's the larger five-eighths diameter pinhole. You'll notice there's plenty of room on either side, so whether you're just going to use a pin and clip, maybe a locking hitch pin or anti-rattle device, really shouldn't have any issues.

The second pinhole is for use with the J-Pin stabilization system. Just something that Draw-Tite offers that'll actually, as you tighten it down, it goes in and puts pressure on your item to keep it from moving around. Now we'll slide our rack in with our extender installed. As you can see, there's plenty of room here, we've got really good clearance. We can have our bike rack in the stored position or in the platform position. We won't have to remove any peddles off our bikes or worry about the handle bars hitting.We do recommend the use of an anti-rattle device with this product with accessories. You see this bike rack has an anti-rattle device here. That keeps this connection point nice and solid. You can see no movement there. We are getting some out of this forward connection point. Now, regardless of whether you're going to use the extension for bike racks and accessories, or you're going to use it for towing, there's a few things you need to keep in mind as far as weight ratings. The extension itself is going to give you a 300 pound ton weight rating, so that's the maximum downward force we can put on it. It gives you a 3,500 pound gross trailer weight rating. Total weight of your trailer and anything that you might load up on it. The other measurement, the other weight rating we need to keep in mind, is that when we install our extender, it reduces our hitches capacity by half. We're either going to go off half that ton weight of the hitch, or the 300, or we're going to go off the half the gross trailer weight of our hitch, or the 3,500.The Tow Ready Extender also receives really good reviews. It's like Fritz, he said, "My bike rack did not fit because of the spare tire, this extension piece lets my rack fit and work properly. I can now open the tailgate and keep the bikes on the rack, it's awesome!" That's going to complete our look at the Tow Ready eight inch Hitch Extender.

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Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long - 80307

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (142 Customer Reviews)

This hitch extender helps to prevent your vehicle from hitting the trailer or propane tanks when making sharp turns.


Product measurements, fit, and functionality were exactly as described. I am pretty tough on it and the finish has held up very well.

Still pleased with this product. Finish is still in great shape, despite hot, humid conditions and being drug around my garage.
Brian - 06/29/2022


Just received my 80307 Hitch Extender for 2" Trailer Hitches - 8" Long. My newly upsized spare tire had been preventing the use of my hitch rack. Was very pleased with the etrailer service and the ease of using the website. The excellent descriptions, photos, and even videos really help shopping for these types of specialty parts. Shipping went well and expediently. I trial fit the extension with my hitch rack today, and the photos are attached. It fit well and did the trick. I drove around and heard no rattles from it at all.


Needed to extend receiver to reach past box and add a carrier for cans.


Item as described. Excellent quality. Super fast shipping. Way faster than [online] is currently.


Excelent Service, the item have excelent quality and great support from Etrailer Team.


Great product, no issues at all….had it for a year, no rust


This product has done just what I needed to get my bicycle rack mounted out beyond the spare tire on my Jeep Wrangler. As a bonus when the bike rack is not on; I have left in it as a step for climbing into the back of the Jeep. I use this product with the Curt Anti-Rattle Kit C22321 and it keeps my bicycle rack rock solid.


This was exactly what i was looking for to work with a 3 point hitch adaptor on a tractor. I have implements that i purchased and this allows me to use them and not have to buy new ones for the new tractor i just bought.


Needed a little more clearance to fold up my cargo rack for a fishing trip so I didn't have to put my rod holders in the camper. Thanks worked great !!

Keep in mind that using an extender lowers the tongue weight capacity maximum amount of downward weight the hitch can bear including carrier and everything stowed on it by 50.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 04/24/2019


Well made piece and just the right length to get bikerack to clear ladder on rear of rv.


etrailer service is top notch


It's a hitch extender. We needed it for our hitch mount bike rack because the rear mounted spare tire (2011 Jeep) prevented using it without an extension. Very little weight being applied. It works well. We used it in conjunction with a Roadmaster Quiet Hitch. Good setup.

They work great...we needed an extender due to the spare tire mounted on the back of the jeep to mount a bike rack. Extender works great for that purpose and the anti-tattle piece works great.
MikeD - 09/04/2018


Works great! The hitch extender and lock work and fit perfectly. Just the thing I needed to put a decent Thule Apex (or Vertex) 4 bike carrier on my 2005 Jeep Liberty. Just know that tongue weight is reduced...but it's really not a problem with road bikes. eTrailer shipped and delivered very quickly.

Have used this many, many times in the last year and its working just fine and as advertised.
Chuck B - 08/08/2014


Arrived quickly, no issues. Worked better than the similar Curt model on my Jeep with a custom bumper


This item solved my problem the way I wanted it solved. Since my hitch receiver is behind an opening in my bumper cover on my 2015 Traverse, I wanted an hitch extender that did not stick out very far past the bumper. I wanted to mount a backup light on the trailer hitch since the backup lights on my Traverse are mounted high on the lift gate and did not illuminate my driveway (or any surface I happened to be on and backing up) to my satisfaction.
One manufacturers offered a 9" extender. Another offered a 12" extender. I wanted something to just clear the bumper cover but not a shin banger or a knee banger that I would be constantly banging with my leg as I walked behind my vehicle. offered an 8" hitch extender that worked perfectly for my purpose.
I had never used my trailer hitch to tow a trailer so I decided to put it to good use as a backup light mount. When towing time comes all I have to do is unplug an electrical connection and remove the extender and slide in the hitch ball assembly and tow away.
(I can supply a photo of the finished product if you desire. However, since it was nothing to do with towing I thought maybe a photo was not appropriate.)


I just assembled the 8" hitch extender(80307) and the cargo carrier (24 x 60)(63153) and the hitch locking receivers(7683) and threw it on the Hummer H2. My God this this is huge, low wiggle as the hitches sometimes are, and got the cargo stretch net(7330) to top it off. I'm leery of plastic hooks but we will see on the net. I put some heavy stuff in the middle of the carrier and went out as the directions state, locked the stuff down with the cargo stretch net and took it out foe a spin with the wife driving behind me. She said it road very well with no shift. So with camping coming up we can't wait!


This was a perfect fit for my 2020 KIA Sedona. The hitch attached quickly, exhaust needed to be lowered but just needed to unclipped. The wiring harness plugged in and it was ready to go. Nice clean install.


Works as designed. A little bit of play/rattle - just use an anti-rattle hitch pin to improve.


Just what I needed to extend the hitch a little further from the ATV tires. Very heavy duty, the real thing. Also, "ETRAILER" is fantastic to buy from!!

Still working great!
Wanda - 10/31/2019


Love that it has both a 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch hole. Very secure for my wheel chair lift which has a 1/2 hole but my hitch has 5/8 hole. Using this extension I can securely mount my lift.


I needed an extension for the receiver hitch on my Colorado pick up to move my bike rack back far enough to lower my tail gate without damaging it. This did the trick. I now have about 1 1/2 inches to spare. The reason I picked this particular extension is that the part that goes into the receiver is hollow which allows for a spring loaded gizmo that goes inside and is threaded, so that it can be tightened up to eliminate rattle and some sway. I ordered the anti rattle hitch pin along with the extension. After I installed it today, it is nice and tight with no play whatsoever in the bike rack. Excellent product.


Thanks etrailer, I ordered a hitch extender, Item: 80307, from you which was not in stock at the time. You said you would fill the order as soon as possible and keep me updated as to its arrival. I did receive the extender and was kept up to date with regular e-mails as to it's progress. Even with a slight delay, all worked out fine. Now I
can haul my bikes with the spare tire still attached to the back of my van.


Exactly what I needed to be able to mount my new bike rack. I thought that I would have to make something to accomplish my need, but after surfing the site for a few minutes I found the extenders. This is priced well for something that would have taken me a few hours to make and has the needed tongue weight to support the rack, and four bikes.


The length of this extension is perfect for my Jeep Wrangler TJ with Hanson rear bumper and spare tire mount swing away. I then mount the Swagman bike rack and the bikes easily clear the spare tire.


The quality of the product was good and etrailer's service has always been outstanding (why I keep coming back). The price was fair compared to the exact product offered elsewhere but I felt it was a little high for something with no moving or exotic parts and minimal engineering - but when you have to extend that bike rack out past the spare tire hanging off the back of your 4x4 it's what you need!.

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Ask the Experts about this Tow Ready Hitch Adapters

  • How to Determine How Much Weight Added to Trailer Near Tongue Adds to Weight On Axle
    The only way you're going to be able to determine how much weight gets added to the wheels of your trailer is going to be to take the trailer to a weigh station and have just the trailer weighed with and without the 500 lbs you mentioned. There isn't a formula I can plug the numbers in that you mentioned that would accurately predict the additional weight.
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  • How Does Hitch Extender Typically Affect Trailer Hitch Tongue Weight Capacity
    I wish we had an exact figure we could give you on that. But the general rule of thumb is that anytime you use a hitch extender you end up cutting the capacity of the hitch by 50 percent. This is due to the added leverage like you mentioned as well as the added movement created in the hitch. The length of the extension does not typically change that much of that figure. We've seen some shorter ones reduce the capacity by only 30 percent but that's pretty far and few between.
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  • Can a Dual Hitch Receiver be Used to Tow Trailer and Carry Motorcycle with Nissan Titan
    The use of a dual receiver will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch on your Nissan Titan by 50 percent. That would take the tongue weight capacity down to 450 pounds. The combined with of the motorcycle, carrier, and the trailer tongue weight would exceed the reduced capacity of the hitch. Another option is to use a front mount hitch and carry the bike at the front of the Titan. This can reduce air flow to the motor, decrease driver visibility, and block the head lights....
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  • Tongue Weight Capacity of the Hitch Extender, # 80307
    The maximum tongue weight of just the Hitch Extender, # 80307, is 300 pounds. The use of this extension will reduce the tongue weight capacity of your trailer hitch by 50 percent. So, if your vehicle or trailer hitch has a capacity of 350 pounds, you would be limited to 50 percent of the lowest rated item. In this case it would be 175 pounds.
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  • What is the Useable Length of the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long # 80307
    Yes, the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long, item # 80307, is measured from the center of the hitch pin hole in the shank to the center of the hitch pin hole in the receiver portion of the extender. This measurement gives you the working distance that the extender will provide. The overall length of the extender is 13 inches. There is a smaller hole forward of the hitch pin hole and it is not used.
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  • Hitch Extender # 80307 use on a Ford F150
    A hitch extender will give you more clearance from your Ford F150 to your trailer. You will want to keep in mind that when you use a hitch extender you cut the towing capacity of the hitch that is on your truck in half because of the increase in torque that will be on your hitch due to the increased leverage the weight of your trailer will have on your hitch. I attached an FAQ page on hitch extenders for you to check out.
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  • Will the Hitch Extender # 80307 Accept a 5/8 inch Hitch Pin/Threaded Bolt
    Yes, the larger hole on the receiver end of the Hitch Extender part # 80307 will accept a 5/8 inch standard hitch pin/bolt. The smaller hole is not used.
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  • Using Hitch Extender to Install Bike Rack on Rear on Flat Towed Jeep Wrangler
    If you're wanting to use the # 80307 extender on a bike rack installed on a Jeep Wrangler that's being flat towed, that'd be fine. Just keep in mind that using the extender will decrease the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by half. Say for instance the tongue weight capacity of your hitch is 350 lbs. Using the adapter would halve that to 175 lbs, which means that the bike rack you use and the bikes placed upon it could not weigh more than 175 lbs. I realize sometimes they're necessary,...
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  • Can a 2015 Ram 2500 Carry a Golf Cart in the Bed While Towing a 7,200 lb Trailer
    Since most hitch extenders reduce the weight capacity of a trailer hitch in half that means the towing capacity of your 2015 Ram 2500 would be reduced to 8,550 lbs. This leaves you with 1,350 lbs of cushion with your fully loaded trailer. To determine if your golf cart is pushing you over the limits you will need to find the GVWR of your Ram (can be found on the sticker on your driver's side door jamb) and then subtract the curb weight of the pickup along with the weight of passengers,...
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  • Needing to Extend Bike Rack Out from Trailer Hitch on a 2013 Ford Escape
    It is possible to use a hitch extender, like # 80307, to move the mounting point of your bike rack on your 2013 Ford Escape. However, when you use a hitch extender you will decrease your hitch's overall capacity by 50 percent. Knowing your hitch's tongue weight capacity will be an important factor when using the hitch extender. if your hitch has a 300 lbs tongue weight capacity, then using the extender will decrease the tongue weight to 150 lbs. Tongue weight will include any weight you...
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  • Why Does Hitch Extender Cut Capacity for Hitch but Longer Ball Mount Does Not
    Hitch extenders like the Tow Ready part # 80307 reduce hitch capacity for two reasons. One is the length like you mentioned and the other is amount of additional movement that they introduce to the hitch setup which puts quite a bit of stress on the setup. Also, ball mounts come in varying lengths so someone could end up using a very long ball mount with this which would add even more leverage.
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  • Hitch Extender that Can Fit Class VI Hitch and be Used with Weight Distribution
    We have the Curt hitch extender part # C45048 which fits a 2-1/2 inch hitch size, can be used with weight distribution, and can be cut down to 24 inches if needed. This would be the best option we have as long as your Class VI hitch has a 2-1/2 inch opening.
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  • Will Using A Hitch Extender Reduce The Hitchs Weight Capacity
    When using The Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long # 80307 it will reduce your hitch's overall capacity by 50 percent. Using a weight distribution system will cut that weight in half as well. I attached a review video link below.
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  • Distance from the Center of Receiver Hitch Pin Hole Back to Shank on Trailer Hitch Extender # 80307
    On the Hitch Extender for 2 inch Trailer Hitches - 8 inch Long, # 80307, the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole in the receiver back to the shank is 4-1/8 inches on the outside, 3 inches on inside. There is also a smaller hole nearer the receiver opening that is not used, so do not measure from the smaller hole.
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  • Using a Long Ball Mount to Launch a Pontoon Boat with a 2007 Ford Escape
    For this type of situation I recommend using the longest ball mount that you can. The reason is that because a ball mount is one piece it will not reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch. If using an extender it will reduce the tongue weight capacity by 50 percent. For a super extra long ball mount I have provided a link to the available options. A ball mount like # 80232 measures 16 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the ball hole.
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  • Comparing Hitch Extenders and Ball Mounts
    The short answer is that # 80307 is a hitch extender while # 80232 is a ball mount. Using a longer ball mount will not reduce your towing capacity while a hitch extender's tow capacity will be reduced by half. The other disadvantage of using the hitch extender is that there will be that extra potential breaking point between the extension and the hitch. Eliminating this means less towing noise and rattle by using the ball mount instead. Your hitch's maximum tow weight rating can usually...
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  • 18 Inch Hitch Extension for 2 Inch Trailer Hitch for Flat Towing
    The only option that can work is a hitch extender that will reduce the capacity of your hitch by one-third. For that you will need to use an extender which does have a step on it, the Buyers Products 18 " Hitch Receiver Extension with Step # 3371804017. This particular extension is one of the few that does not have an official weight capacity, it will just reduce your hitch capacity by one-third. I have added a link to a video review for you to check out as well of the Buyers Products...
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  • Hitch Extension Recommendation That Has Weight Capacity for Horse Trailer
    If you have a 2-1/2 inch size trailer hitch (opening of the hitch measured) then you could use a longer extension like the # C45048 which can be between 24 and 34 inches long. Most extenders don't have a whole lot of weight capacity but this one when at 24 inches in length has a capacity of 6,000 lbs. Most likely this would be enough length but without knowing more info it's harder to say.
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  • Towing Capacity and Parts Needed to Tow Trailer with 2017 Subaru Outback 3.6L
    I took a look at the online version of the owner's manual for your 2017 Subaru Outback with the 3.6L engine and it lists a towing capacity of 1,000 pounds for a trailer without brakes and 2,700 pounds for a trailer with brakes. As you mentioned it lists a tongue weight capacity in either case of 200 pounds. A vehicle's tongue weight capacity is usually just 10 percent of its towing capacity, but there are certain instances like on your Subaru Outback where this is not the case. I am not...
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  • Is it Okay to Use a Hitch Extender in Between a Swing-Away Extender and a Bike Rack?
    You are correct that using a hitch extender such as the # 80307 will reduce the hitch's total tongue weight capacity by 50%, so if your daughter's hitch normally supports 350 lbs TW, with the adapter it can support only 175 lbs. I contacted Thule in regards to using a hitch extender off of a swinging arm such as the the Thule Access # TH9037, and they are strongly against using it this way. Although the arm is rated to support up to 350 lbs (so theoretically 175 lbs with the hitch extender),...
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  • Will the Rola Enclosed Cargo Carrier Clear the Spare Tire on a Jeep Wrangler
    In order to clear the spare tire on your Wranger, the Rola # 59109 Swinging Enclosed Cargo Carrier requires 13 inches of clearance. To determine if it will fit, have a helper hold a straight edge like a yardstick flush against the rear of the spare. Measure 13 inches rearward from the hitch pin hole of the receiver hitch on your Wranger. If this 13 inch measurement hits the yardstick, it will clear the spare tire, and the Rola Enclosed Carrier will work great for you. Using a hitch extender...
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  • Is Hidden Hitch Trailer hitch Extender 80307 Compatible with Anti-Rattle Devices
    I pulled one from the warehouse, and the # 80307 hitch extender does have a hollow shank. It is compatible with anti-rattle devices like the # SR25219 anti-rattle hitch pin, which features a threaded nut that slips into the hollow portion of the ball mount or accessory shank. You can view a video review of the anti-rattle hitch lock at the link provided.
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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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  • Do I Need a Hitch Extender to Pull a Trailer with a 2010 Toyota RAV4 to Clear a Rear Mounted Spare
    The spare tire mounted on the back of your 2010 Toyota RAV4 should not interfere with you being able to tow a small utility trailer. The tongue on the trailer should be long enough to allow you to have clearance around the spare. The spare should also be mounted high enough above the tongue of the trailer that it would not interfere with you being able to make turns with the trailer attached. You should not have to use a Hitch Extender, part # 80307, but if you decide to you should keep...
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