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    john0j
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    Rear Reciever tow hitch

    Anyone know what class type of rear reciever tow hitch is installed on the Reflection 323 BH. I purchased a 2014 and it came from the factory with the rear reciever hitch installed. Thanks in advance for any info.

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    Typically it is a 2 inch Receiver rated at 300 pounds
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    I seen on another post where someone with the factory hitch was told by GD that it was a Class III hitch. Class III hitches are Rated up to 6,000 lbs GTW with 600 lbs TW. I also found this on the internet: ◦It is not uncommon to see a 2" hitch rated at 3,500 lbs GTW called a Class III hitch

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    Had the salesman read the tag on a Reflection 337 at the Chicago RV Show last week.
    300 pounds max
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    Sounds as if it's for a receiver bicycle rack. You might could put a rack on the back for a tool chest/storage.

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    I was told 300 pounds for my 323 bhs rear hitch, hope that helps!

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    Mine actually has a sticker back there that says that very thing ... 300 lbs.
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    pwrplay
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    Can someone with 323BHS that has the factory hitch take a picture of how it is attached to the frame. I was thinking of maybe removing the bumper on my 2014 and replacing it with a hitch.

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    pwrplay, we have the 337 but I suspect they are all attached in the same way.






    Hope this helps.
    Paul "Poppy" and Deb Cervone
    2015 Grand Design Reflection 337RLS
    SteadyFast Stabilizers; MORryde PIN box; Onan LP Generator with 50amp Automatic Transfer; Dual 6v Trojan T-105 Batteries; Victron BMV700 Battery Monitor System; Renogy Solar 400 watts (tilting roof mounts); Renogy 40 amp Rover MPPT controller; Remote Controlled 1000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter; Sailun S637 ST235/85/R16 tires; Sony, Samsung Entertainment System; Residential Kitchen Faucet and Soap Dispenser; Smart Tile; Lifted and balanced with Trailer Axle Blocks; upgraded to 3500# spring packs; Titan electric / hydraulic Disc Brakes; LED rear tail/stop/turn lights; Exterior Beer Bottle Opener; Lots More .....
    2016 GMC Denali 3500HD SRW Duramax/Allison CC 4x4; Andersen Ultimate 5th Wheel Hitch; Tire Minder TPMS; Husky in bed Low Profile Tool Box; Timbren SES
    2007 Corvette Atomic Orange Z51; with Too Much to List SOLD
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    1955 Buick Century; 64 Buick Wildcat Nailhead 401 cu in / 325 hp; ST400


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    pwrplay
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    Awesome, Great photos of the setup Poppy. Thank you very much.
    So it look like the left and right brackets are welded directly to the frame and then the hitch is bolted to the brackets.

    I'm sure the same can be accomplished without removing the bumper.

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