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TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers

TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers

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Tow a trailer and use a hitch-mounted carrier at the same time with this heavy-duty, dual-receiver hitch. Specially designed for the truck camper market, the SuperHitch is pre-drilled for camper tie-downs and works with SuperTruss extensions. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch from TorkLift. TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers part number TLC1206 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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TorkLift Trailer Hitch - TLC1206

  • Class V
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 17000 lbs GTW
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • TorkLift
  • 1700 lbs TW
  • 20000 lbs WD GTW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • 2000 lbs WD TW

Tow a trailer and use a hitch-mounted carrier at the same time with this heavy-duty, dual-receiver hitch. Specially designed for the truck camper market, the SuperHitch is pre-drilled for camper tie-downs and works with SuperTruss extensions.


  • Heavy-duty hitch lets you tow hefty loads, even when using a hitch extension (sold separately)
    • Specially designed to maintain high capacity when used with TorkLift accessories
  • Dual, vertically stacked receivers let you tow a trailer and use a hitch-mounted bike rack or cargo carrier at the same time
    • Compatible with industry-standard ball mounts and hitch accessories
  • Truck-camper-friendly TorkLift design
    • Pre-drilled to accept TorkLift camper tie-downs (sold separately)
    • SuperTruss extension (sold separately) extends hitch receiver out to clear your bed-mounted camper
  • Sturdy steel construction with high-penetration, dual-shield welding ensures strength and durability
  • Hardened, reinforced hitch pin holes prevent elongation from wear
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Safety chain loops are built in
  • 2 Hitch pins and clips included - hitch locks sold separately
  • Custom fit for your vehicle
  • Made in the USA


  • Receiver openings: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class V
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 17,000 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 20,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 1,700 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 2,000 lbs
  • Cross tube dimensions: 3-1/2" x 3-1/2"
  • Lifetime warranty

With the SuperHitch Original's 2 receivers, you can tow a trailer and carry a hitch-mounted bike rack or cargo carrier at the same time. And if you have a truck bed camper, this hitch has pre-drilled mounting points for TorkLift's super-sturdy camper tie-towns (sold separately). You can also add one of TorkLift's SuperTruss hitch extensions (sold separately) to extend the top receiver of the SuperHitch so that it clears your camper, allowing you to tow your trailer while your camper's installed.

Truck Bed Camper Compatibility

TorkLift is known for their truck camper tie-down systems and other camper accessories, so it just makes sense that they would have camper enthusiasts in mind when designing a trailer hitch. Each SuperHitch is built with integrated mounting points for TorkLift camper tie-downs, making it easier than ever to get a quality tie-down system for your slide-in camper.

TorkLift SuperTruss in SuperHitch

The dual-receiver design of the SuperHitch also makes it easy to tow with your truck bed camper in place. The SuperTruss line of high-capacity hitch extenders is specially designed to extend the hitch receiver back far enough to clear your bed-mounted camper, while still allowing for an excellent towing capacity. An ordinary hitch extender can dramatically reduce your towing capacity. But each SuperTruss extension forms such a solid connection with the SuperHitch that the setup is able to maintain one of the highest weight capacities in the industry. When used with a standard weight distribution system, the setup can maintain up to a 10,000-lb weight limit, even with an extension that is 60" long. As a result, you can clear almost any truck bed camper and still do some heavy-duty towing.

Dual Receivers for Maximum Versatility

With the SuperHitch from TorkLift, you can tow your trailer and use a hitch-mounted bike rack or cargo carrier at the same time. This is thanks to the dual-receiver design of the SuperHitch.

Most trailer hitches have a single receiver. Typically, you can find an adapter or extension piece that will slide into your hitch to give you 2 receivers, but these adapters dramatically reduce both your towing capacity and your tongue weight, limiting how much you can tow, as well as how much you can carry with a bike rack or cargo carrier. Each SuperHitch is specially constructed to maintain a high weight capacity so that you can use the 2 receivers without sacrificing towing or carrying ability.

TorkLift SuperHitch Original Features Technical Support

At we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff is available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your hitch. The technicians at etrailer perform hitch installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it, and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.

C1206 Tork Lift Original Super Hitch with 2 Receivers

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Video of TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers

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

Video Transcript for Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 Chevrolet Silverado - Torklift

Today, on 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, we'll be installing the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class V with Dual 2" Receivers, Part No. TLC1206. Here's what your hitch looks like once it's installed. As you can see, it only hangs down a little bit below the bumper, almost in the same position as the factory hitch was. It utilizes most of the same attachment points as the factory hitch, just a couple more additional bolts added. There is no additional drilling required on this hitch to install it.

It is a direct bolt-on installation, no welding or anything like that required. This hitch has a 17,000 pound max trailer weight rating, and a 1,700 pound max tongue weight rating. If you step up to weight distribution, the max trailer weight rating increases to 20,000 pounds, and the max tongue weight rating increases to 2,000 pounds. Obviously, you want to consult with the owner's manual of the vehicle to see what it's actually capable of towing. You don't want to exceed those numbers and cause damage to your vehicle. As you can see, this hitch is unlike most hitches out there in the fact that there are two 2" receivers on top of each other. What this will allow you to do, say you want to two your trailer on the bottom one, not a problem.

You can still use the top one to carry your cargo rack or your bike rack. You can also attach an extension to both of them so you can two your trailer if you have a truck bed camper inside your truck. The hitch has holes in the side of it to utilize with camper tie-downs. This hitch has a very nice powder coat finish that is textured, so it will provide us with many years of rust-free and corrosion-free service. Even the smallest diameter safety chain should still fit in here just fine. It is a very solid construction here.

As you can see, there are two plates that are welded together to provide extra strength on it. Now for a few measurements to help choose any hitch extension or other hitch-mounted accessory you may need, such as a ball mount, bike carrier, or cargo rack. You're looking about 2 1/2" from the center of the 5/8" diameter hitch pin holes to the rear-most point in the back bumper, and 20" from the ground to the top of the 2" receiver opening on the bottom, and about 23" from the ground to the top of the upper 2" receiver hitch opening. As you can see here, our Silverado that we have today, already has a factory hitch installed on it, so we're going to have to remove that in order to install the TorkLift SuperHitch. Let's go ahead and get the vehicle up in the air, and let's start removing it. Now on the side of the factory receiver, there's two bolts on either side that go straight up. We'll start by removing those.

Now there's three nuts and bolts on either side. There's two nuts right here, and one bolt here in the back, so we'll start by removing these two. You'll need to use a wrench on the top of the ones that have nuts, to keep the stud from spinning. Get that wrench in place. Take the nut out. Do the same for the other one. Now we'll go to the other side and repeat the same process. Now before we take all the bolts off on the other side, you may want to have a stand or something in place to support the hitch, because it is awful heavy and you don't want it to fall on you. Now I have someone over here, holding the side off while I remove the last bolt. The other side is still supported. Now we'll take the factory bolt that we removed from the rear hole of our hitch, we'll take this bracket on the passenger side . Notice that the bracket will face towards the center of the vehicle, right here . raise it into position and we'll loosely install this one bolt, just to hold it in place. We'll do the same on the other side. Now we'll take one of our 1/2" bolts here and one of these plate washers, put the bolt through it. Go through the forward hole in the frame. We'll take two of the 1/2" washers, one of the 1/2" lock washers, and one of the nuts. We'll push the hitch on up, put the flat washers on, and the lock washer, and we'll start the nut. Again, we're leaving everything loose, for the time being, so we can actually slide the crossbar of the hitch, itself, into place. Okay, it's very important that we have at least five bolts per side to hold the hitch up. Right now, we have five bolts on this side. There is another spot here, but we won't be able to get the flat washers in position, so we're not going worry about that one, since we do have five. We'll repeat the process on the other side, now. Okay. All right, now before we raise our hitch into position, we need to loosen the spare tire slightly, just so we can push it forward to have room to get our hitch in. That will give us plenty of room, right there. Now, with our spare tire loosened, we'll have two assistants help raise the hitch into position, and we'll drive our hardware in from the outside. Got it started on each side. The hardware that we're using are these spline bolts here. Now that we have two in on each side, we'll take a 1/2" lock washer, again, and a nut. Loosely install these. We'll do the same for the other two, the other bolts on the other side. Then we'll draw the two other bolts in to it. inaudible 00:07:53. Now that we have all of our hardware installed, we'll start by tightening these up a little bit. Then we'll torque them down to the manufacturer's specifications, found in the instructions. I'm just going to start to finger tighten these bolts that we had loose before, just to make our life a little bit easier when we go to tighten everything up for the final pass up top. We'll start with the two factory bolts, first, on either side. Now we use a wrench to hold the bolts that we added, on the top. Now, with the frame bolts tightened up, we'll torque them down to manufacturer's specification. Okay. For the factory bolt, you do not need a wrench to hold it in place, because it has a weld nut on the frame. With our hitch all torqued down, now, we can raise back up our spare tire. That completes our installation of the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class V with Dual 2" Receivers, Part No. TLC1206, on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD.

Customer Reviews

TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers - TLC1206

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Tow a trailer and use a hitch-mounted carrier at the same time with this heavy-duty, dual-receiver hitch. Specially designed for the truck camper market, the SuperHitch is pre-drilled for camper tie-downs and works with SuperTruss extensions.

2009 Chevrolet Silverado

I put this on to tow my travel trailer with my tailgate open and my RZR in the bed of the truck. Installation went as described in the instructions and was relatively easy. I removed the spare tire completely to give myself lots of working space. The center tube is heavy and I used a pair of jack stands to support it while I bolted it in place. Putting the rib neck stud bolts in was a task, lots of pounding. I am very pleased with the whole installation. It is a very solid unit and I am confident I will have no problems with it..



Etrailer has been great. The hitch has been used for about 7,000 miles of towing and performed perfectly. It is very solid and I feel safer then with the simple extension on the OEM hitch I used previously.


Had to ream out one hole on truck approximately 1/4” for fit. Easy install for one person. Hitch has worked out great. Also got extension to haul boat when camper is installed. That helps to keep your tongue weight. Excellent hitch, would recommend to anyone that tows. It may be a little overkill, but it keeps you safe.


Easy to install and works great


See what our Experts say about this TorkLift Trailer Hitch

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    If you have a factory diesel or gas exhaust then the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver part # TLC1206 will fit a 2007 GMC Sierra 2500 New Body 6-1/2' Bed. Once installed, you can then install the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs part # TLR3500 which again will fit models with the factory exhaust. If there are any aftermarket exhaust modifications, neither the hitch or tie-down would be confirmed.
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  • High Capacity Torklift Trailer Hitch that Fits 2008 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
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  • Which TorkLift Rear Camper Tie-Downs Fit 2008 Chevy Silverado 2500HD W/ TorkLift SuperHitch Receiver
    I have another option for you, but the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Rear # TLC3209 you were looking at are only confirmed to fit 2007-2010 Chevrolet/GMC 2500 trucks with the factory trailer hitch receiver. Since your 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD has the TorkLift Super Hitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver # TLC1206 installed you will need to go with the # TLR3500 instead. I included a few videos of the products mentioned for you to take a look at.
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  • Hitch Extender for a 2007 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Short Bed Towing a Horse Trailer
    When you use a hitch extension in a 2 inch or 1-1/4 inch receiver it will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the hitch by 50 percent. But if you have a 2-1/2 inch receiver the tongue weight capacity is not reduced but usually the capacity of he extension is lower than the hitch so you would go by the lower rating. If you have a 2-1/2 inch receiver opening you can use the Titan extender # RP45292 at the 24 inch length. That will give you a capacity of 6,000 pounds; 8,000 when using weight...
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