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2" Receiver Hitch

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG11580.10
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  • Rugged Ridge - 2" Receiver Hitch - Fits 2007 to 2016 JK Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
Part Number: RUG11580.10
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 2007 to 2016 JK Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • 2 and 4-door models
    • Black only
    • 3500 lb. gross trailer weight
    • 350 lb. tongue weight rating

Custom design bolts directly to factory mounting points on the rear of the vehicle, very similar design to the OE Receiver Hitch. Durable powdercoat design sheds water and provides a long lasting rust free finish. Includes cutout for factory wiring harness mounting. Designed as a one-piece welded assembly for added strength, we built our hitch receiver to match the towing capacity of your Jeep: 3,500-lb tow rating, 350-lb tongue weight rating with weight distributing equipment; otherwise 2000-lb tow rating, 200-lb tongue weight rating, 2 opening.

Installation instructions are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view these files.
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Front Or Rear Receiver SizeWeight ClassFits With Roll Pan
Rear2in. X 2in.Class IINo

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
4.5
 

Very easy install

5.0

By Buzz

from Columbia, SC

 

Comments about Rugged Ridge2" Receiver Hitch:

Was very easy to install, didn't even need the directions, it was obvious how to install it. The picture showed nuts welded to the hitch. They were not, but was still a simple install. Wiring harness was easy too. (I did look at the directions for a quick minute)

 

Great hitch, challenging install

4.0

By Jeff

from Memphis, TN

 

Comments about Rugged Ridge2" Receiver Hitch:

Difficult to get the nuts on the bolts on the 2015 Rubicon due to limited space between the receiver and the bumper. Would recommend duct taping the nuts to the receiver prior to the install, lining up the nuts to the holes. Holding them with a set of needle nose pliers works, but is difficult.

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Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    "what is the maximum weight I can put on this hitch using for example, a bike rack or cargo rack, or both. thanks"
  • Q:

    Does it come with a wiring/electrical harness?
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