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Has anyone ever seen a hitch ball that has a ball 2 inch, shank 1 1/4 and has higher towing weight than 10,000? i find them that have 25,000 rating at tsc, but not in 2 inch ball?:help
 

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Thats what I was going to say! I got my 25,000 2 5/16 ball from tsc. If they dont have it I doubt its made. Maybe go to tsc and see who makes that then call the company direct :cool:



 

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Thats what I was going to say! I got my 25,000 2 5/16 ball from tsc. If they dont have it I doubt its made. Maybe go to tsc and see who makes that then call the company direct :cool:
Listen to ^him^ after all he is the tow master!!!!! :gearjamin
 

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You will find some pintle hook/ball combos that go as high as 16k but you will not find a 2" ball rated over 10k as there are no 2" couples rated of 10k.
 

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^^^Exactly. No ball to be found that high, since no couplers are made in that weight range to fit it. 6-7k is the highest I've seen for a large shank 2" ball.

Why would you need a 2" ball in that range capacity?
 

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I really like to over kill everything. but I found one that is 10,000 pound it will work. for some reason all the car trailers I haul around run 2 inch balls instead of 2 5\16. I like to run alot stronger than i need just incase.
 

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I plan on getting a goose neck trailer in the hopefully near future. Soooo unless I decide to do pulls with this truck I should be good with my reciever. I have to pull a 98 crew cad ford dually soon, and just always worry that something will break, ya know? I worry alot though
 
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