A: The 4th/5th Gen UltraSwing has an ultra-short receiver tube and one hole position for the closest possible fitment to these 4Runner's super short hitch receiver. The Multi-Fit has a longer receiver tube with two hole positions to accommodate a wider range of vehicles, while still maintaining as close of a proximity to the rear of the vehicle as possible. The other key difference is the latch location being on the front of the Multi-Fit vs. the rear on 4th/5th Gen. Outside of those two changes, the two versions of UltraSwing are identical.
Q: How much does the UltraSwing weigh?
A: 70 lbs
Q: Do I need a license plate relocation kit?
A: On both versions of the UltraSwing license plate relocation tabs are included.
Q: Do I need a hitch extension to use a bike rack?
A: If you are running a spare tire, yes, you will need a hitch extension. We recommend the adjustable anti-wobble one we designed called the WobNot, but others will work as well.
Q: What are my options for a backup camera?
A: There are several existing options available for backup camera relocation. Call or email us to help you decide what option makes sense for you.
Q: What accessories will be available?
A: The Rago Fabrication UltraPlate is a great option for mounting additional accessories like a Front Runner Camp Table. Other accessories include the Hi-Vert Hi-Lift mount, MAXTRAX to Hi-Lift mounts, and WobNot hitch extension.
Q: Will it ship powder coated?
A: Yes, bead blasted and powder coated
Q: Will this work with my ladder?
A: Yes, if ladder is located on driver side. If on passenger, call to confirm fitment.
Q: How much is the UtlraSwing?
A: $1,100 with wheel plate
Q: Can I tow with the UltraSwing’s lower receiver?
A: Legally we can’t say you can tow because we haven’t received a class rating. For now, it’s a “recovery point”.
Q: How Can I prevent my UltraSwing from theft?
A: Any 5/8" locking hitch pin can make stealing your UltraSwing incredibly difficult.
Q: What is the warranty on UltraSwings?
A: Limited lifetime
Q: Will the UltraSwing affect my departure angle?
A: There is a slight decrease in departure angle compared to just a standard hitch receiver. When hitting an obstacle straight on the UltraSwing is 4” further out to. Approaching an obstacle from an angle, the UltraSwing is higher than the bumper on many vehicle applications.
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