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CURT Manufacturing 45036 Class III 2" Loaded Ball Mount with 2" Ball

by Curt

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  • Fits 2" Receivers
  • 2" Drop, 8-1/4" Length
  • 2" Factory Torqued Trailer Ball
  • 7500 lbs GTW/750 lbs TW
  • Pin & Clip Included
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CURT Manufacturing 45036 Class III 2" Loaded Ball Mount with 2" Ball + CURT Manufacturing 22272 2 In. Black Rubber Tube Cover
Price For Both: CDN$ 31.16

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Technical Details
Item Weight4 Kg
Product Dimensions29.2 x 6.4 x 9.5 cm
Item model number45036
Manufacturer Part Number45036
OEM Part NumberBKDK45036
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Best Sellers Rank #794 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 Kg (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOct. 14 2013
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CURT Ball Mounts are a step above the rest. CURT has invested in the technology necessary to produce a full line of exceptionally strong and attractive ball mounts. The ball mounts are robotically welded to ensure accurate, consistent cuts and clean, strong weld lines. Once welded, these mounts undergo a process that creates a flawless surface for the application of highly durable CURT powder coat finish. Loaded Ball Mounts come complete with a factory-torqued CURT trailer ball, pin & clip. All standard trailer ball sizes are available with loaded ball mounts and capacities range from 3,500 to 15,000 lbs gross tow weight (GTW). A variety of finishes are available including gloss, chrome, or carbide. Order convenience from CURT today with this Loaded Ball Mount.

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By Terrence Ebare on June 21 2014
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Well manufactured and looks good on my Jeep Rubicon. Would recommend to anyone looking for a tow hitch. Curt rocks.
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By oscar xu on May 9 2014
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I bought it a month ago, and this is completely fit on my Honda Pilot 2013 vehicle, easy installation and looks nice.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Exceptional Deal Aug. 10 2010
By Stephen - Published on
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I got this hitch for hauling a U-Haul trailer with my Chevy Trailblazer SUV. It is well made and the chrome was intact after hauling a trailer 500 miles through mountain roads. It fit my Chevy factory hitch perfectly and was easy to install and remove, yet it was solid in the hitch mount.

Buying through Amazon saved me over 50% from buying at U-Haul.

Don't forget to get the 7 to 4 pin adapter if you are renting from U-Haul. The adapters U-Haul sells are expensive and not very good quality.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Great hitch. July 29 2010
By Brandon W Gillett - Published on
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Solid hitch and great value! This was about the only Class III/IV hitch and ball combo I found that is rated for 7,500 lbs. Most others are only rated for 6,000 lbs. I definitely recommend this setup.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Great mount, great price May 14 2012
By J. Olmstead - Published on
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This mount is a high quality mount that comes with a 2" ball pre-installed with a 1" shank/shaft. The painted coat on the hitch is very high quality and matches the finish of the bolt-on Curt hitches, which I also recommend highly.

Pay attention to what trailer you're going to pull - as a more common ball size for smaller trailers is a 1 7/8" ball. I didn't know there was a difference when ordering this item, so I spent a little extra and have the included 2" ball - which I'll likely never use. If you know that your trailer is going to require a 1 7/8" ball, it might be a better idea to save some money and buy a 2" drop loaded ball mount without a ball and purchase a 1 7/8" ball separate - just make sure that if you get this mount that you get a 1 7/8" ball with a 1" shank/shaft. I noticed that a more common size shaft for the 1 7/8" balls is a 5/8" shank/shaft, which is designed for Class I hitches.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Flip it Feb. 27 2011
By pete - Published on
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The hitch tongue and ball came as pictured. I found that if installed as shown on my 2008 RAV-4, my boat trailer rode too low and I was afraid it would scrape when I pulled out of the driveway. So I took a pipe wrench (didn't have a large enough crescent wrench) and placed a long piece of pipe on the wrench handle to give me more leverage, and removed the hitch ball and then replaced the hitch ball in the "upside down" position and tightened it. I then pulled out the tongue and flipped it over so the ball was right side up. This gave me about 4 extra inches of clearance for my trailer and "looks" like it will ride better. I've towed my 19 foot boat twice with no problems.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Curt Hitch Aug. 9 2011
By J. Gardella - Published on
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The hitch has held up well and it looks great. I purchased Curt products after a good deal of research and I have been very happy with my decision thus far. I have only had the opportunity to tow with it once, but that was a 1000 mile haul.
I plan on leaving the hitch on year round and having it pull double duty as a bumper guard. I live in the city and I am forced to park on the street. I have neighbor(s) who insists on hitting my truck every time they park near me (previously causing damage to my vehicle). This hitch has stopped any new dents/scratches form appearing on my bumper; it also reveals the wrongdoers by leaving an ugly scar on the vehicle(s) that insist on running into it. Now all I need to do is find one for the front bumper.
I will wright another review in a few months to let you know how it holds up.