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Adjustable Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 9" Rise to 10-1/4" Drop - 5,000 lbs

Adjustable Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 9" Rise to 10-1/4" Drop - 5,000 lbs

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Convert-A-Ball adjustable ball mount is ideal if you will be using 1 vehicle to tow trailers with varying coupler heights. The shank provides a drop of 4-1/4" to 10-1/4" or a rise of 3" to 9". The GTW is 5,000 lbs. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch ball mount from Convert-A-Ball. Adjustable Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 9" Rise to 10-1/4" Drop - 5,000 lbs part number TK5007 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Convert-A-Ball Trailer Hitch Ball Mount - TK5007

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Adjustable Ball Mount
  • Drop - 10 Inch
  • Rise - 9 Inch
  • No Ball
  • Class III
  • 5000 lbs GTW
  • Convert-A-Ball
  • Steel Shank - Gloss Black
  • 1 Inch Ball Hole Diameter

Convert-A-Ball adjustable ball mount is ideal if you will be using 1 vehicle to tow trailers with varying coupler heights. The shank provides a drop of 4-1/4" to 10-1/4" or a rise of 3" to 9". The GTW is 5,000 lbs.


Features:

  • Functions as a rise or drop to help you level your trailer
    • Tow vehicle and trailer need to be within 2" of each other for proper weight distribution
  • Slides into 2" square trailer hitch receiver and attaches with standard 5/8" hitch pin
  • Constructed of weather-resistant, coated steel


Specs:

  • Fits 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Towing capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Tongue weight capacity: 500 lbs
  • Drop range: 4-1/4" to 10-1/4" from top of hitch receiver tube
  • Rise range: 3" to 9" from top of hitch receiver tube
  • Adjusts in 2" increments
  • Ball hole diameter: 1"
  • Shank length: 15-5/8"
  • Distance from center of ball hole to center of hitch pin hole: 13"
  • 2-Year limited warranty


How to Measure Drop on Adjustable Ball Mount


TK5007 Convert-A-Ball Adjustable Ball Mount for 2" Receiver - Max Rise 9", Max Drop 10-1/4"





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Adjustable Ball Mount for 2" Hitches - 9" Rise to 10-1/4" Drop - 5,000 lbs - TK5007

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (48 Customer Reviews)

Convert-A-Ball adjustable ball mount is ideal if you will be using 1 vehicle to tow trailers with varying coupler heights. The shank provides a drop of 4-1/4" to 10-1/4" or a rise of 3" to 9". The GTW is 5,000 lbs.

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This ball mount gives me the adjustment I needed on my Dodge Grand Caravan when I rent different trailers. The part that goes into the hitch does have a little play but it is no worse than my current fixed height ball mount. The adjustable ball mount with the 2 pins also has about a 1/8" play so be ready for that if you buy this adjustable ball mount. That would be the only improvement I think they could make in the future is to have the pins a little larger and/or the holes a little smaller to reduce the play. However, this might just be the way these need to be designed at this price point based on the research I have done with other adjustable hitches.




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Superb quality, shipped fast, low price too!


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I have been using this for a year on my F350 and it puts my Nomanco motorcycle trailer and a perfectly level towing position. It tows so nice! Great quality product. Looks new after a year.
Robert A - 11/25/2022


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Excellent customer service makes purchasing my trailer equipment a breeze




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Unit worked, but the fit between the 2.5" adapter and the hitch was loose. It caused the trailer to rock back and forth with every application of the brakes. Had to make shims to stop unit from clanking. Felt like if length of attaching piece was longer it would had helped. Attached picture to help illustrate.




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Solved a significant problem in our set-up and made installation a breeze!




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Fast shipping
Good product
Just what
I needed




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Good quality. Arrived a day early. Product as described.




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Great product, dont even hesitate.




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Works as advertised, used for a year still in great shape




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I have a new 2020 Chevrolet Traverse which replaced a 2017 model. I travel between New York State and Florida each winter hauling a small cargo trailer, This year I discovered the trailer was not riding level as it did with the previous car and was about 6 to8 inches high at the front of the trailer. Aside from the appearance factor this condition made it difficult to load and unload the trailer, the contents of which tended to gravitate toward the rear. After unloading I looked at a few hitch replacements but none had sufficient "drop" to rectify this condition. This less than satisfactory solution and the price prompted me to look elsewhere. I got on line at etrailer.com and found the answer to my problem at a more reasonable price. The adjustable hitch is a heavy duty unit and my troubles are history.




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This product was received and installed on the follow day (today). It was installed into a C13587 Curt trailer hitch receiver bought from etrailer previously and installed onto a Mercury Montery FuddyDuddyMoble. My concern all along has been pulling a small boat with this vehicle, but, the video for the this trailer hitch receiver IS THE SAME VEHICLE (but the Ford version) as I have, and mine has a factory installed Class II towing package. EVERYTHING went extremely smooth. etrailer's videos are clear, helpful and instill confidence. This adjustable ball mount slipped easily into the receiver, the pins (2) slipped into the connection easily, AND, the snap lock pins were easily assembled by hand. I was thinking they might require some force with a tool, but it wasn't necessary. I only have one warning about etrailer's recommendations and products: They'll make you think you're a better mechanic than you actually are.




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Iam a previous customer and pleased with the service and products




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I use it on my 112 foot utility trailer and it works great . I did have to get the right length so it would fit thru the receiver fOr a 2 ' BALL




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Explained that I up graded to a 3/4 ton and needed a adjustable drop that would still use a 1 inch shank ball mount. They found just what I needed and at the best price.




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All items from the order were packaged great for shipping, shipped in a timely manner. Should be able to select a drop position very quickly.




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It's just a ball mount but what really stands out is the ease of use of their web site and the excellent delivery time.

Have purchased several items in the past and always excellent delivery time. I've never had to contact customer service which in itself say everything.

If you need anything to do with trailer or attaching trailer to vehichles this is the place to go.




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The hitch was exactly as stated. It worked great to be able to lower down and put a little more weight on the towing vehicle to help with handling.




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This product works out real well. Yourinstructions on how to measure the rise was perfect.




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Great product. Perfect for a drop hitc h.




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works great




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Great price with quick shipping. Well built and fully adjustable.




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Delivered ahead of time The hitch was just what I wanted Very happy with it




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PerfectHeavy, but what a reliable set-up!




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Looks & Worked Fine !!



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