CHOOSE YOUR TOW & STOW
By pulling two pins, the Tow & Stow offers multiple height options. Invert the Tow & Stow in the receiver for rise positions.
When the Tow & Stow is not in use, keep it away from your shins and garage door by stowing it behind the bumper.
The Tow & Stow can accommodate all your trailer coupler sizes. Pull the front pin and dial in the ball size you need.
When the Tow & Stow is locked onto the receiver of your vehicle, the swing arm can't be removed. A slide pin keeps the swing arm attached to your hitch.
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Easy to line up and connect, our pintle hitch option can carry even heavier loads than the regular Tow & Stow.
The best in the industry, our super durable, UV-resistant powder coat paint will keep your hitch looking good for a long time.
A slide pin keeps the swingarm and hitch balls secure even when the other pins are removed. You’ll want to add a hitch lock to keep the shank completely secure.
No. The 2" shank MultiPro Tow & Stow is not compatible with a reducer sleeve.
The Tow & Stow ball assembly is finished with nickel-plated chrome.
Yes. If you need rise to better meet the coupler on your trailer, then you can simply turn the hitch upside down in the receiver and use the height adjustment to give you the needed rise.
Apply white lithium grease to all three Tow & Stow stainless steel pins. Keep the pins clean and lubricated to prevent seizing.
The best way to prevent pins from seizing in place is to keep them clean and regularly apply a thin coating of white lithium grease. Keep in mind that metal parts in contact with each other and exposed to the elements can eventually corrode and rust. Regular maintenance is required.