New Receiver Hitches for Land Rovers from Terrafirma

Posted on: February 20, 2013

The tow bars are often one of the lowest points on a Land Rover, significantly reducing the departure angle and frequently getting hung up while driving off road. Due to the dual purpose nature of most people’s vehicles, removing the tow bar altogether is not an option.

So, Terrafirma, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Land Rover products, have come up with a solution; their new receiver hitches. They say, “Terrafirma Receiver Hitches help to maintain 100% versatility by providing a female box section mounting point known as a receiver fitted high up, close to the chassis out of harms way.

“The Receiver Hitch allows a variety of male attachments to be connected to your Land Rover including drop plates, recovery points and demountable winch cradles in fact the options are almost limitless.

“The Terrafirma Receiver hitch has a 2 inch internal bore with enough tolerance to allow a snug fitting 2 inch external square section to be inserted and retained by a heavy pin and security clip.

“Terrafirma Receiver hitches are available for a range of Land Rovers and include the necessary fitting kit and retaining pin. The drop plate provides three levels of height adjustment and the recovery point is machined to accept a common bow shackle.”

And as official distributors for Terrafirma, you can get these, and all of their other great products from us. Click on the part number to go to its page and find out more information.

TF873 – Defender 90/110/130 up to 1998

TF876 – Defender 90 1998 onwards

TF877 – Defender 110/130 1998 onwards

TF874 – Discovery 1

TF875 – Discovery 2

TF879 – Drop Plate

TF878 – Recovery Point

TFHPIN – Spare retaining pin

If there’s something that you need but can’t find on our website, don’t hesitate to contact us via email, info@brookwell.co.uk, or on our sales hotline, +44(0)1626 832555 and we’ll be more than happy to help.

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