2009-UP Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager Vaquero Nomad 1700 Trailer Tow Hitch

$269.99 CAD

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2009-UP Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager Vaquero Nomad 1700 Trailer Tow Hitch

Kawasaki Voyager, Vaquero and Nomad 2009 – UP Trailer Tow Hitch.

This kit includes: Black powder coated receiver, and *bolted* ball holder (tongue) to prevent noise and all necessary hardware (bolts, nuts, bushings).

Chrome ball holder (tongue) is optional for 39.99$ CAD

Does not include ball.

This hitch is manufactured by Trailer ETC… And is specially designed for your 2009 – and up KVN1700 Voyager, Nomad and Vaquero

Tongue weight rated at 40 lbs.
Tow weight rated at 400 lbs.

Steel construction for maximum strength

All non-visible components are black powder-coated for maximum rust proofing.
Kit includes necessary mounting hardware.

There are 2 holes for the security chains or steel cables. (Chains or Cables Sold separately)

Free Shipping to Canada or USA (Lower 48), Except Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska.

It takes 2 to 6 days for delivery. We use FedEx Ground and supply the tracking # as soon as we have it.

We can ship worldwide, contact us for a shipping rate. We have shipped our hitches to Australia, Norway, France, England and other countries.

International Economy Shipping add 94.99$ CAD
ETA: 6-8 weeks for delivery.

International Expedited Shipping add 175.99$ CAD
ETA: 10 days for delivery.

We use Canada Post services for international sales. www.canadapost.ca

Returns :
We offer a 30 day refund whit 20% re-stocking.
Buyer pays return shipping and import tax fee.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Thank you.


  1. Roberto Gorena

    Great product, very well made and heavy duty, should work great! Just some advice about installation, if you do it alone get some velcro straps to hold everything together so that the bolts line up properly! I struggled with the installation for about 30 minutes before I realized that a few tie down straps holding it all together would help. Five minutes later I was done, lol. So overall it should have taken about 10 minutes instead of 45, ha! 5 stars for the hitch and delivery speed.

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