The B&W Tow & Stow is the last trailer hitch you'll ever need to buy.
For those willing to get their hands dirty, a pickup truck isn't just a means of transportation, but also the most versatile tool in the garage. It's almost always a necessity when working outside, and it offers a way to do jobs yourself as opposed to calling and paying someone else.
In the eyes of outdoorsmen, a truck the key to a series of obstacles standing between them and adventure. Not only do 4X4 trucks allow them to get into the backcountry, but they also provide a bed to haul a whole lot of gear, as well as, of course, the ability to pull a trailer. That really opens things up.
While different trailers have typically demanded different trailer hitches, B&W found a way to revolutionize the market with its Tow & Stow Adjustable Ball Mount.
The B&W Tow & Stow Adjustable Ball Mount addresses the shortcomings of the original ball mount concept, offering a way to change ball sizes without ever changing out your hitch. You can also adjust to the height of your trailer by 1-inch increments for a perfectly level tow.
It really earns its name with its stowaway feature, which allows you to fold the ball mounts up and and under the truck, out of sight and out of mind, so you don't hit it with your shin or cause damage when you back into something.
Having three different ball mount sizes makes life very easy for an outdoorsman who regularly hauls, say, a boat, a couple ATVs and a camper that each use a different ball hitch size. Plus, the ability to push the hitch out of sight means it can lie in waiting until it's time to haul something heavy with the truck.
In a way, outdoor adventures are a lot like working with your hands. There's something indescribably satisfying about getting the job done yourself, and this versatile, reliable trailer hitch ensures simple functionality as well as safe travels with any of your trailers or campers.
The best outdoorsman is thorough, efficient and resourceful, which is why they need the Tow & Stow from B&W Trailer Hitches. You can learn more by visiting BWTrailerHitches.com.