RV 4" Bumper Adapter

Catalog Item # 17221

RV Bumper Adapter gives you a 2" receiver for mounting bike racks.

Bolt this receiver to the underside of your 4" square continuous-weld steel tube bumper to create a 2" x 2" trailer hitch receiver opening.

Note: For use with hitch-mounted, RV-approved accessories only. Not rated for towing.

Features:

  • Supplies a receiver opening at the rear of your motor home for hitch-mounted accessories like bike racks and cargo carriers
  • Bolts around RV bumper
  • Zinc-plated hardware included
  • Sturdy steel construction

  • Technical Specifications

    9 lbs.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 52 reviews (4 Based on 52 Reviews)

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    Pros
    • Nice option for additonal attachments (1)
    Cons
    • Bolts too weak (1)
    • Needs additional bolts for the back side (1)

    The Good and the Bad

    by Josh From Los Angeles – July 10, 2006
    3 out of 5 stars

    I recently purchased the 2" bumper adapter and installed it on my sewer hose. Inside the box were no instructions, just the

    Bumper Adapter - excellent construction & value

    by Anonymous – May 01, 2010
    5 out of 5 stars

    Was very pleased with the heavy duty construction, rubber coating of all metal parts and rugged design. I bought new 1/2" nuts and

    2" RV Bumper Adapter

    by Rob Schaefer – July 12, 2003
    5 out of 5 stars

    Just installed the 2" RV bumper adapter on the 4" rear bumper of our trailer. I had to move the spare tire to one side of the bum

    2" RV Bumper Adapter

    by Daniel Ryan – July 07, 2005
    5 out of 5 stars

    I have a 24fter 5th wheel, and as with everyone, space is always an issue, there is never enough, My TV is a short bed, I have a l

    From NY to FL and Back!!

    by Paul – November 27, 2006
    4 out of 5 stars

    I purchased the RV 2" Bumper Adapter to replace the already installed 1 1/4" receiver on the trailer and it worked like a charm.

    Yes you can, however I would suggest investing in some higher tensile bolts to be on the safe side and install shims to minimize/remove any torqueing if there are any gaps.
    by Camping World – June 18, 2015
    by Mike – May 27, 2015
    Yes.
    by Camping World – October 01, 2015
    by nicholas – April 10, 2015
    Copied from the Technical Specs area above: Weight capacity: 200 lbs - Do not exceed weight rating of your bumper
    by Camping World – April 10, 2015

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