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Towbars Chrysler 300C sedan and wagon

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Date Vehicle description Make Type Part # Rating kg Fitted $ Comments
11/2005-05/2012

300C sedan & wagon (Not SRT model)

Tiny Hayman Reese logo

Tongue

2247 1200/120 Price tag HJ

Link to Chrysler 300C towbar image Includes ECU electronic protection

Tiny Hayman Reese logo Hitch 2246R 2000/200 Price tag HS

Link to Chrysler 300C towbar image Link to Towbar image Chrysler 300C Includes ECU electronic protection

07/2012 on 300C Series 2 (Not SRT model) Tiny Hayman Reese logo Hitch 03036RW 2000/200 Price tag HS  
               

Prices include fitting, trailer lighting socket, chrome ball and cap.

Rating = max trailer/max down load on ball

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Tow bar Types

Standard (Tongue) towbars

Standard tow bar gooseneck Tow bar lug spanner

The standard towbar suitable for Chrysler 300C uses a tongue to mount the tow ball and are also known as gooseneck towbars. The tongue can be removed by undoing 2 bolts. The standard bar is ideal for towing lighter loads like small box trailers, tinnies, jet skis and many other single axle trailers. Ratings range from 600kg to 1600kg depending on the vehicle. There is also a large range of bike carriers that can be used with a gooseneck tow bar, see our bike rack page for details.

Hitch Receiver towbars

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The heavy duty hitch receiver tow bar is also availble for Chrysler 300C. It incorporates a removable square hitch that is fitted with a quick release pin. These bars are for the Chrysler 300C with a 50mm square receiver socket. These are heavy duty tow bars. Heavy duty hitch receivers are ideal for towing caravans, horse floats, car trailers and larger boats depending on the vehicles towing capabilities. They also allow quick removal of the tow hitch when not in use to save those shins. The square hitch tow bar can also provide a mounting point for a wide range of bike carriers. Please see our bike rack pages for details.