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What Is A Front Receiver

Written by Hitchweb Team
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 — No Comments Yet

What Is A Front Receiver?

Front receivers fit more limited vehicle applications than rear hitches. Front hitches are primarily used for offroading rescues, for the use of Snow Plows, Salters, or to carry accessories such as a Service Step or Spare Tire Carrier. All front hitches have a 2" square receiver opening and have a Line Pull capacity and Tongue Weight capacity.  Use our Trailer Hitch search to find a Front Receiver for your vehicle.

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