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Best type of hitch for a 98 zr2 blazer.

Old 05-13-2019, 06:40 PM
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Default Best type of hitch for a 98 zr2 blazer.

So I will be moving next year to Oregon and needless to say my only vehicle is a blazer. I want to put a hitch and everything on my blazer so I can tow a uhaul trailer. What would you guys recommend? I was thinking of a 58 cargo trailer.
Old 05-13-2019, 09:26 PM
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A typical class III hitch is all you should need. Brand doesn't really matter in my opinion, they all do the same thing.

I bolted on a used Draw-tite brand that I picked from the local junk yard onto my 04 Blazer and have moved 3 times and yanked half a dozen stuck vehicles out with it now lol

Old 05-14-2019, 07:22 PM
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I got mine at Uhaul a number of years back. If you choose to buy new, be aware that a number of places will tell you that you can't put a Class III receiver on a Blazer for some reason. You may need to show them in your owner's manual the tow capacity of your ZR2.
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