A hitch is a lifting attachment used for towing or pushing that is attached to forklift. Hitch types vary in application and appearance. They could take the shape of a trailer loop, a tow pin, and a jaw. This specific design is typically used for construction applications involving forklifts, where the pivot pin's slack permits flexibility and swiveling. To allow for the same movements of a trailer, it might even take the shape of a tow-ball.