Shocker Impact Cushion Hitch Combo Ball Mount 4″ Rise to 4″ Drop

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    Videos

    Shocker Impact Cushion Hitch Ball Mount Videos

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    Drop/Rise Guide

    • Impact Cushion Hitch Mount Drop & Rise + Rating Guide:
      – Combo Ball: 4″ Rise to 4″ Drop | 2-5/16″ ball rated at 20,000 lbs & 2″ ball rated at 10,000 lbs.
      – Drop Ball: 0″ Rise to 7.5″ Drop | 2-5/16″ ball rated at 20,000 lbs & 2″ ball rated at 10,000 lbs.
      – Raised Ball: 5″ Rise to 3″ Drop | 2-5/16″ ball rated at 20,000 lbs & 2″ ball rated at 10,000 lbs.
       Pintle Hook: 4″ Rise to 6.5″ Drop | 10-Ton 20,000 lbs.
      – Pintle & Ball: 4″ Rise to 6.5″ Drop | 8-Ton 16,000 lbs. (2″ Ball is 10,000 lbs).
      – Drawbar: 3.5″ Rise to 3.5″ Drop | 20,000 lbs.
      – Clevis Mount: 1.5″ Rise to 5.5″ Drop | 20,000 lbs.
      – Sway Bar Mounts: Same Rating as Like Type Mount Listing Above.

    Safety Notice: It’s important you read and follow the tongue & gross towing weight recommendations of all components of your trailer towing set up. This includes the tow vehicle, receiver hitch, tow hitch, ball mount attachment, trailer coupler & the ratings of the trailer you are towing. Never exceed max for any of the components you are using.  If the coupler rating is 8,000 lbs and the hitch is 12,000 lbs, then don’t tow over 8,000 lbs.

    Check out our guide to find out how much drop or rise you need.

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    Install

    Shocker Impact Cushion Hitch Installation Instructions

    The Shocker Impact dual cushioned ball mount is easy to install.  It comes complete with easy-to-understand instructions along with everything you need. Just insert into your receiver hitch and adjust pins to proper ball mount height.

    Check out the simple installation with the Shocker Impact Cushion Hitch Installation Manual.

    Shocker Impact Hitch Diagram
    Shocker Impact Hitch Diagram
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    Warranty

    This product is back the Shocker Hitch Manufacturer Warranty and the Shocker Hitch Smooth Towing Guarantee. View our online Warranty Registration Form to register your Shocker Hitch.

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    Questions and answers of the customers

      What is the ideal tow range for this to effectively activate the shock absorbers? Will a 2500 lbs trailer, with a 250lb tongue weight get the shock absorbing benefits?
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      Q What is the ideal tow range for this to effectively activate the shock absorbers? Will a 2500 lbs...... Read more
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      Yes, that is enough weight. The amount of movement depends on how high or low from the pivot the ball is adjusted.

    2. My biggest trailer is rated for 7000#. If I purchase the 8000# hitch will it just be work as good when I'm towing something lighter?
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      Q My biggest trailer is rated for 7000#. If I purchase the 8000# hitch will it just be work as good...... Read more
      A Yes, you want to try and keep the weight rating closest to what you have. The 8000lb rated hitch would be best suited for your 7000lb rated trailer.
    4. What is the difference in height on each pin hole?
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      Q What is the difference in height on each pin hole?
      A Holes are 1 inch on center.
      A The holes are 1 inch on center
    6. What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
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      Q What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
      A The only big difference between the XRC and the Impact is going to be the color. The XRC has a few different tow capacity options available which simply means that the bump cushions would vary depending on the desired tow capacity.
    8. What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
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      Q What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
      A

      The only difference between the XRC and Impact hitch is the color. The XRC is offered with a sleek black finish and the Impact is offered with a Safety Red finish. 

    10. What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
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      Q What’s the difference between this and the xrc version?
      A The only big difference between the XRC and the Impact is going to be the color. The XRC has a few different tow capacity options available which simply means that the bump cushions would vary depending on the desired tow capacity.
    12. Is there enough room to put rock tamers on the hitch when installed
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      Q Is there enough room to put rock tamers on the hitch when installed
      A Yes. The impact comes with 2 holes for your hitch pin and can fit and work with hitch mounted mud flaps

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