Wholesale price for Adjustable Tow Ball Mount to Cairo Factories
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Wholesale price for Adjustable Tow Ball Mount to Cairo Factories Detail:
- 1.Hitch Ball Size :1″, 1-1/4″, etc.
2. Drop: 1-1/4″, 2″, 4″, 6″, 8″ ,etc.
3. Length:6″,7″,8″,9″, etc.
4. Rise: 3/4” 1”, 2”, 3” 4-3/4”, etc.
5. Capacity: 3500lbs, 6000lbs, etc.
6. Surface treating: Zinc plating, Black Powder Coating, etc.
7. Display Carton, Wooden Pallets and Bulk Packing are all available.
- 1. Highest quality in strength and accuracy
2. Have a quality finish and fine threads
3. Connect the car and the driven vehicle, which work with the couplers and Hitch Ball.
4. Easy installation and removal. Innovative quick release changes balls in seconds
5. Hot forged solid steel to resist rust and corrosion
6. ISO CE certificate & SGS test (according to customer requirements)
7. Factory price rather than a trading company. We can promise you good quality and fast delivery
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Dedicated to strict quality management and thoughtful client services, our experienced staff customers are generally available to discuss your demands and guarantee full client pleasure for Wholesale price for Adjustable Tow Ball Mount to Cairo Factories, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Mayotte , Nepal , Venezuela , With the best technological support, we have now tailored our website for the best user experience and kept in mind your ease of shopping. we ensure that the best reaches you at your doorstep, in the shortest possible time and with the help of our efficient logistical partners i.e DHL and UPS. We promise quality, living by the motto of promising only what we can deliver.
1. Lead Time / Delivery time of mass production
Normally our lead time is 20-35 days.
2.Can you provide free samples? Sample deliver Time?
Yes, one or two free samples are available and you are willing to pay for the air freight
As for the trailer hitch series, there is no MOQ. And of course price will be different
according to different quantity. The MOQ for car bike carrier is 1*20’ container.
As for large orders, T/T and L/C are OK, and for small order we prefer 100% T/T before shipment.
5.Can we order customized colors.
Yes. A MOQ will apply and a longer lead-time is required. Please send us your Pantone Color no.
We ship small batches by air, and large orders by containers.
7. Can we have our logo on products?
Yes, any item can be with a Logo
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