Personally I would rather have two separate ball mounts. For my Dodge Journey I use a drop mount, for my Chrysler T&C van I use one that has a rise, both are for the same popup trailer. That way the trailer is just about level no matter the tow vehicle I use. I expect that a ball and ball mount will cost less or the same as your pictured receiver.We just got a new to us tow vehicle (Toyota Tundra). We have not connected our 2009 Fleetwood Bayside yet but I am pretty sure the hitch will be a lot higher than it was with our Honda Ridgeline. I have been looking for a way to bring my bike and have been contemplating the dual receiver. Never did it with the Ridgeline because we were too close to our towing limit but we have room to spare now. Bayside 3500 lbs ~ Tundra towing capacity 9800lbs.
My question is: Do you think a dual receiver is safe to use upside down?
The "top" half looks weaker then the bottom one, so I am hesitant to turn it upside down, giving me the lower one ~ which is actually the top receiver ~ to connect the trailer to and using the higher one ~ which is actually the bottom receiver ~ to attach a bike rack (for only one cruise bike).
What do you think? Would it be safe to do this?