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If you are looking to tow a utility boat, you will need the necessary accessories. There are many items you can buy for your trailer hitch. You may purchase a bike rack for camping trips. If you currently have a bike rack or utility boat, you will need to make sure it fits with your current setup. There are several accessories that may need to be purchased to properly use your trailer hitch. The following are key terms to help you when you are shopping for the necessary equipment.

  • Gooseneck - A type of trailer hitch that is mounted inside the bed of the truck. This type of setup requires a trailer ball in the bed of the truck and a coupler on the trailer.
  • Trailer Ball - This is what is used to attach the trailer to the hitch. A ball can come in various sizes, depending on your setup and what you are looking to tow.
  • Ballmount - The part of the hitch that connects to the receiver with a pin and clip. This is also where the ball will attach to connect the trailer.
  • Extender - This is a metal bar that can be attached to the hitch of your truck to extend the flatbed. This bar will work for towing wood in your truck that won't fit into the flatbed.
  • Adapter - This is used if the trailer hitch does not have a large enough opening for the insert. A common adapter is for a 1-1/4" adapter to allow a 2" insert.
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    Big Tex Trailers Mfg
    18812 Interstate 30 N, Benton, AR 72019
    (501) 778-0475
    Ace Discount Tire & Auto
    423 N Highway 7, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901
    (501) 609-0225
    Truck Buddy Accessories Inc
    2059 Higdon Ferry Rd, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
    (501) 525-1900
    Muffler Plus Top Dog Exhaust
    1101 Albert Pike Rd, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
    (501) 623-7379
    Champion Trailer
    301 S Redmond Rd, Jacksonville, AR 72076
    (501) 982-4788
    Goodsell Truck Accessories
    401 Municipal Dr, Jacksonville, AR 72076
    (501) 982-2245
    Trailer Country
    3903 Highway 367 S, Cabot, AR 72023
    (501) 982-9022
    Liberty Trailer Co Inc
    10120 Highway 70, North Little Rock, AR 72117
    (501) 945-7679
    Storage Space LLC
    709 Pratt Rd, Little Rock, AR 72206
    (501) 888-5000
    Beard's Welding
    2122 Highway 7 N, Harrison, AR 72601
    (870) 365-3641
    National Auto Trim
    2101 Highway 7 N, Harrison, AR 72601
    (870) 741-6860
    Jj's RV Parts & Service Center
    9500 Rogers Ave, Fort Smith, AR 72903
    (479) 452-6590
    River Valley Truck Outfitters Inc
    5424 E Highway 45, Fort Smith, AR 72916
    (479) 648-8855
    California Customs
    6408 Highway 71 S Ste 2, Fort Smith, AR 72908
    (479) 646-3207
    A-1 Trailers
    2610 Highway 88 E, Mena, AR 71953
    (479) 394-7711


    Trailer hitches are often sold separately. They are fitted to existing vehicles. In most cases, they are bumper pull hitches. Gooseneck hitches are used to pull far heavier loads, and are anchored through the bed of a pickup truck. Needless to say, installing one is a more significant job. Goosenecks are most commonly used for large livestock trailers or towed campers. Bumper pull or fifth wheel hitches are attached to the rear of the vehicle. In addition to securing and attaching the hitch, installation involves a certain amount of wiring to support brake lights on the trailer. This work is often specialist to the kind of trailer being pulled. A boat trailer may require different wiring from a flatbed. Hitches also have receivers of different sizes, which again fit different trailers. Sometimes an adaptor is used to allow a larger trailer socket to be used. Hitch extenders are also used, sometimes to support bike racks. Many new trucks and SUVs come with hitches already attached, but a buyer may need to replace or upgrade them. Trailer hitch kits for self installation are popular, especially if a small utility trailer is being used. Utility trailers often, though, have specific wiring for the lights. Wiring is generally exposed, but can also be hidden inside the bar. Trailer hitch installers also install bike racks. They may advise on towing, including weight limits for different vehicles. They may also sell parts, including bars and bolts, and other trailer accessories such as load chains. Custom hitches are common in some quarters, as are custom hitch covers, used to protect the hitch when not in use. Trailer hitch locks are popular, especially with seasonally used vehicles such as boat or motorcycle trailers. Some companies sell used hitches, often at a discount.
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