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Convert-A-Ball Dual-Cushioned Adjustable Ball Mount Review - 2012 Jeep Liberty

Today our 2012 Jeep Liberty, well be test fitting the Convert-A-Ball dual-cushioned adjustable ball mount part number CAB-UM.Now before installing our ball mount, well first need to get our hitch height measurement. This is the measurement from the inside top edge of the receiver tube to the ground. Now on our vehicle, that measurement is 20 inches. Now keep in mind that measure can change due to tire size, hitch style or any other accessory that may change your vehicles right height. Its a good idea to measure yours.Well now slide the shank of the bar mount into the hitch, line up the hitch pinhole and install our hitch pin and clip. This will secure the ball mount to the vehicle in the drop position.



Convert-A-Ball Ball Mount with 2 Inch Drop Review - 2012 Jeep Liberty

Today on our 2012 Jeep Liberty, well be test fitting the Convert-A-Ball cushion ball for 2-inch hitches with -inch rise and 2-inch drop weighted at 10,000 lbs part number AMSC2.Now before we begin our test fit, well need to get our hitch height measurement. This is the measurement from the inside top edge of the receiver tube to the ground. Now on our vehicle, that measurement is 20 inches. Now keep in mind that measure can change due to tire size, hitch style or any other accessory that may change your vehicles right height. Its a good idea to measure yours.Well now slide the draw bar into the hitch, line up the hitch pinhole and install our pin and clip. This will secure the ball mount to the vehicle in the drop position.



Draw-Tite Ball Mount Review - 2012 Jeep Liberty

Today on our 2012 Jeep Liberty, we'll be test fitting the Draw-Tite Ball Mount with 3/4-inch Rise or 2-inch Drop rated at 6000 lbs., part number 292. Now to begin our test fit, we'll first need to get our hitch height measurement. This is the measurement from the inside top edge of the receiver tube to the ground. Now in our vehicle, that measurement is 20 inches. Now, keep in mind: That measurement can change due to tire size, hitch style, or any other accessory that may change your vehicle's ride height so it's a good idea to measure yours. We'll now take the drawbar.



Curt Tri-Ball Mount Review - 2012 Jeep Liberty

Today on our 2012 Jeep Liberty, we'll be test fitting the Curt Tri Ball Mount with Hollow 2-inch Shank, part number C45001. Now to begin our test fit, we'll first need to get our hitch height measurement. This is the measurement from the inside top edge of the receiver tube to the ground. Now in our vehicle, that measurement is 20 inches. Now, keep in mind. That measurement can change due to tire change, hitch style, or any other accessory that may change your vehicle's ride height so it's a good idea to measure yours.





Curt Tri-Ball Mount Review - 2005 Jeep Liberty

Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we'll be test fitting the Curt Tri-Ball Mount, part number C45001. We'll go ahead and install our ball mount first. The tri-ball mount has a 1-7/8 inch ball, a 2-inch ball, and a 2-5/16 inch ball mounted on a hollow enclosed shank, which is black powder coated. It'll fit a 2-inch by 2-inch trailer hitch, and the towing capacity depends on the weight capacity of the ball. The 1-7/8 inch ball has a 5,000-pound towing capacity. The 2-inch ball has a 7,500-pound towing capacity, and the 2-5/16 inch ball has a 10,000-pound towing capacity. Now, both the 1-7/8 inch and the 2-inch balls measure 8-1/2 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole.





Jeep Liberty Ball Mounts Questions

  • If your Jeep is sagging, an adjustable ball mount is probably not going to be the cure. The best thing would be to use a weight distribution system if you have a 2 inch hitch. I see that you have ordered the Curt Class III hitch, part # 13044, from us and I assume that is what you have on your 2007 Liberty. This hitch cannot be used with a weight distribution system. It has a 500 pound tongue weight and 5,000 pound gross towing weight capacities. Since Curt does not provide...
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  • In order to determine how much of a rise you will need to tow your boat trailer, you want to subtract the height from the ground to the top of your receiver from the height of your coupler. I have attached a help article about how to choose the correct ball mount for you. Based on your measurements, I recommend the Curt Class III Drawbar, 2 Inch Rise, 13 Inches Long # C45270. The # C45270 ball mount measures 13 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center...
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  • We have exactly what you are looking for. Check out the Curt Ball Mount part # D-26. This ball mount has a distance of 12-5/8 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the ball hole, has a 3/4 inch rise and has a capacity of 7,500 lbs. I attached a review video for you to check out as well. For a 2-5/16 inch ball you would want part # 63847 and then for a 2 inch ball part # 40038.
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  • I produced a short video and added dimensions to a photo for you so that you could measure and be sure the CURT Multi-Ball Adjustable Ball Mount, # D900, would work on your 2005 Jeep Liberty with rear mounted spare tire. The most critical measurements are going to be measurement A and E, see photo. As long as the distance out from the center of your hitch pin hole, 7 inches, and distance up to the top of the ball from the inside top of the receiver, 6-3/4 inches, will clear...
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  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled the Convert-A-Ball Dual-Cushioned, Adjustable Ball Mount, # CAB-UM, and took some measurements for you. The most critical measurement is going to be the measurement from the center of the hitch pin hole, to the back of the ball platform, which is 6 inches, and the measurement from the top of the receiver shank to the top of the ball platform, which is 8-1/2 inches, in the max rise position, see photo link. As long as the distance out from...
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  • In order to choose the ball mount that will clear the spare tire and have enough rise or drop for your 2005 Jeep Liberty, you will need to take a few measurements. These measurements can be different on each vehicle depending on the brand of trailer hitch that you have installed and the size of the spare tire on your Jeep. To determine the length that you will need to clear the spare tire, you will want to measure from the center of the hitch pin hole on your trailer hitch...
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  • A difference in length of your hitch, or ball mount will effect the clearance from the trailer to the rear of your Jeep Liberty. What you would want to do is measure the clearance needed on your Jeep Liberty. To measure the clearance needed, you will want to measure from the center of the hitch pin hole out 8-1/4 Inches. This will be the location of your hitch ball. Then what you can do is move your trailer and position the coupler to that approximate location to see if there...
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  • What you will want to do is measure from the center of the hitch pin hole out to the distance required to clear the spare tire on the 2004 Jeep Liberty. If that distance is less than 12-5/8 inches, and your Liberty has a 2 inch receiver, then the Curt Ball Mount, # D-26, will work. If you need even more clearance than that, we do have longer ball mounts, like the Hidden Hitch, # 80232, which measures 16 inches from hitch pin hole to center of ball hole. For most applications,...
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  • The recommended ballmounts for the 2004 Jeep Liberty with have a rise of 3/4 of an inch, and a drop of 2 inches. This would put your hitch ball at the most common trailer size, but to confirm it would work for your application I do recommend measuring. To find the required rise or drop for your particular trailer, you would first measure from the ground to the top of your hitch opening. If a hitch is not yet installed, you can also get close by measuring from the ground to...
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