|Model||2" DROP LOADED BALL MOUNT W/ 2" BALL 7.5K W/ PIN & CLIP|
|Item Weight||4.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.5 x 2.5 x 3.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||45036|
|Exterior||Gloss Black Powder Coat|
|Manufacturer Part Number||45036|
|OEM Part Number||45036|
|Cover Included||1 2" DROP LOADED BALL MOUNT W/ 2" BALL 7.5K W/ PIN & CLIP|
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Curt Manufacturing 45036 Towing Wiring
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- Fits trailer hitches with a 2" x 2" receiver tube opening
- Factory-torqued CURT trailer ball accepts a 2" coupler
- 2" drop for precise trailer leveling
- Hollow shank weighs less and can be used with an anti-rattle kit
- CNC-formed, robotically welded and mechanically descaled for a perfect fit
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When it comes to ball mounts, a CURT loaded ball mount is the complete package. These stingers come with all necessary towing components and are pre-fitted with a factory-torqued trailer ball, eliminating the need to mount and torque your own trailer ball. This means a loaded ball mount is ready for towing right out of the package! Each one also comes with a pin and clip for mounting the ball mount into the appropriate size receiver tube. CURT offers loaded ball mounts in a variety of styles and weight ratings.This CURT loaded ball mount features a gross trailer weight capacity of 7,500 lbs. and a tongue weight capacity of 750 lbs. It comes with a 2" trailer ball, making it an excellent choice for towing most boat trailers, utility trailers, campers, livestock trailers and recreational vehicle trailers used for hauling dirt bikes, motorcycles and ATVs (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest weight capacity of any towing component; i.e. the vehicle, hitch, trailer, etc). This ball mount also has a length of 8 1/4", a drop of 2" and comes with a gloss black powder coat finish to resist rust, chipping and UV damage. All CURT loaded ball mounts feature 2" x 2" shanks and are made with the same superior quality we put into each of our products.
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CURT is the leading manufacturer of USA-made hitches and a complete line of towing products. We offer the broadest selection of custom-fit receiver hitches for nearly every vehicle on the road today.
We also offer gooseneck, 5th wheel and weight distribution hitches, as well as electrical components, ball mounts, trailer balls, cargo carriers, bike racks and other towing accessories.
A few of our defining qualities include:
- Made-in-USA custom-fit trailer hitches and wiring
- Comprehensive, in-house testing capabilities for safety
- A full line of towing products, including heavy-duty equipment
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The only modification I made to it & I would make to ANY hitch (I do make to every hitch...) is I sprayed the inside of the tube with body sealer - the black rubber underseal.I spray the snot out of the inside of them to help minimize rust starting. I do this as all hitches are open ended in the direction of travel & therefore catch all manner of crud & water in them with no way out, so I try to protect them from day 1. Not that something this thick will rust out very fast, it won't...!
The ball itself will develop rust blotches when not in use, mine is surface rusting a lot faster than I expected, I have had other balls that were better rust protected than this, but it is not a stainless steel ball, it is hard chrome so what can you really expect? I could grease the ball to prevent rust, but I know that I will end up walking behind the truck in dress pants on a critical day & end up wearing a nice big black grease smear right when I cannot afford to, so I let it rust instead. Oh well.
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