New Permanent Installation
We now have Up to date this 2-inch receiver in Would possibly 2017 to come with stronger bolts in addition to thread locker, so you never have to fret about it coming loose or bending down again. Once installed with the correct torque, this hitch receiver is locked into place permanently.
Manufactured by Rover Parts Specialists
This part is custom manufactured by Atlantic British, the largest independent Land Rover parts supplier in america. It was once built to the similar quality as its genuine counterpart but is sold at almost half the fee.
Easy to Follow, Simple Installation
Installing this receiver is a breeze. It bolts right to the exisiting mounting holes to your chassis with the included hardware. We also include step-by-step instructions in addition to an installation video on the Atlantic British Academy.
Note: A torque wrench is required to install this hitch receiver to the correct torque spec.
Heavy-Duty Up to date Design: This hitch receiver is made of heavy-duty steel welded construction with a black powder-coat finish to forestall rust. It’s new Up to date design includes stronger mounting bolts and thread locker to seal the bolts in place permanently and do away with the potential for them loosening with use. It’s Class III in addition to rated for 5,000 lbs. tow weight and 500 lbs tongue weight.
A Better Value: Custom manufactured to provide a far more cost effective alternative to the genuine part without compromising quality or functionality.
Simple Installation: This receiver easily bolts-on to the existing mounting holes to your vehicle’s chassis. The entire important mounting hardware and instructions are included, then again, you are going to desire a torque wrench for installation. We also have an installation video to be had on the Atlantic British Academy to stroll you in the course of the process.
The Easiest Fit: This was once made for the Land Rover LR3 (2005 – 2009), LR4 (2010 – 2013), Range Rover Sport (2009 – 2013), and Range Rover Sport Supercharged (2006 – 2013)