This is a home made version. It’s built with 2” steel hitch material so it can serve as an extension that allows you to also place it on the rear of the vehicle if you want to tow a very light utility trailer. It has an aluminum rail that holds the tires in place and a flip up tire blocking lever. It is also wired for blinkers and driving lights. It’s very robust but not overly heavy. For the pin, I welded a 5/8” nut on the inside of the insert so I can use a 5/8” bolt instead of a pin. This allows me to tighten it up snug to the receiver so it has no wobble. It works well. I also built the hitch on the front of the truck so it’s overkill as well.