Hayman Reese Towbars – Products to Make the Trip Safely and Easily

Hayman Reese TowbarsIf you have a trailer, you know how difficult it can be to tow a trailer safely and easily using standard factory equipment. If you are looking to improve your towing capability, and ensure that your trip is safe, you need to check out Hayman Reese tow bars and other safety equipment.

Not only will you be provided with a safer tow, you will have more accurate technical specifications, weight capacity information, and a better tow hitch fit. As you know, you should always use a tow bar that is certified for a higher weight capacity than you will actually be hauling. This will provide a smoother pull, and more safety for you and other people on the road. Here is a brief outline of the classes offered by Hayman Reese.

Hayman Reese – Class 2

Class 2 tow bars are also referred to as a standard tow bar. It is a light weight, standard towing unit. It is perfect for pretty much any basic hauling need. It supports up to 2,700 pounds (1250 kg). It is perfect for a small 4′ x 6′ trailer.

Hayman Reese Class 3 (Reese Little) Tow bars

This tow bar is designed for lightweight towing. It is made for towing a standard 4′ x 6′ trailer that, when fully loaded, weighs up to 3,500 pounds (1,600 kg). You can use this tow bar with a standard ball and hitch set up. It is perfect to use on vehicles that do not qualify for heavy duty towing.

Hayman Reese Class 4 – Heavy Duty Tow bar

This is a heavy duty tow bar that is designed especially for heavy duty towing capacity vehicles. They are great for towing large or heavy load, trailer, and even cattle trailers. These can be purchased in varying tow capacities to accommodate various vehicle maximum towing capacity limits.

They can be used with a standard tow ball set up. The best part is that it can be used with weight distribution hitches and Whispbar Snowboard Carriers, which will even your load and make towing smoother.

If you are looking for a tow bar for your vehicle, you should first check your vehicle’s Yakima Roof Racks Brisbane towing capacity. Ensure that your vehicle’s frame is set up in a way that allows the attachment of a towing attachment. If not, you can have your vehicle modified to accommodate the addition of a tow hitch.

Having your vehicle modified to accommodate a tow bar may appear expensive initially. However, it is important to weigh the cost of modification against the cost of renting a vehicle that is already set up. Chances are, if you tow containers behind you on a regular basis, even if it is just to go on vacation, you will find that the modification is cheaper over the life of your vehicle.