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This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.
Note: All non-trailer loads - bike racks, cargo carriers and so forth - should be supported with stabilizing straps. Failure to properly support these loads will void your hitch warranty from CURT.
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2007 - 2008 Ford Edge
2007 - 2015 Lincoln MKX
2009 - 2014 Ford Edge excluding Sport
2009 - 2014 Ford Edge Sport
Video of Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"
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installation instructions And specs For complete information.
Today on our 2014 Ford Edge, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the CURT trailer hitch receiver for the class three hitch, part number C13067. This is what the CURT hitch looks like once it's installed on the vehicle. On this Ford Edge Sport, you can see that it's nicely tucked up underneath and very well hidden. All you can see is the receiver tube here, along with the round steel looped safety chain hoops. This hitch is a fairly easy installation. It bolts into place with minimal drilling required.
It mounts in three locations on either side in the frame rail. It's got this nice reinforcement collar around the two inch by two inch receiver tube opening. It features a 400 pound max ton weight capacity and a 4,000 pound max trailer weight capacity. You'll want to be sure to check your vehicle's owner's manual to see what your vehicle's rated for, but this hitch will do really well for any class three accessories that you may have. You can also see that with those class three accessories, it's not very far in from the outer edge of the bumper here. With the majority of your accessories, that should give you plenty of clearance, so you shouldn't have to worry about it making contact with the rear of the vehicle. Now I'll give you a couple measurements to assist you with your selection of hitch mounted accessories, such as ball mounts, bike racks, or cargo carriers.
The distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost part of the rear bumper is about five and a half inches, and the distance from the inside top edge of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 13 and three-quarter inches. Now, let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Here's all the hardware that's going to come with our kit. We've got our four fish wires right here. We've got six flange nuts. We've got four shorter carriage bolts and two longer ones.
I'll explain that during the installation, when to use each. Then we've got our six spacers. Now, let's begin our installation. Before I started the install, I placed this strap across right here. What I put that there for is when I let this exhaust down, that's going to help to support it so it doesn't damage it and any of the flanges up top. In order to drop this exhaust, what I'm going to do is take a little bit of spray lubricant and put it at the rubber hangers.
There's one in the exact same spot on the other side. Once I put it on that one, as well, I can move up here and spray some on this hanger right by the rear axle here. Once you've got them lubricated, you can take a pry bar or a pair of channel lock pliars in order to get it off of there. Pry and it should come right off. Do the same thing on the other side here. You'll want to be sure to grab the exhaust just so it doesn't swing too much as you're removing these. Then finally, the one up by the rear axle here. You'll just want to gently let it down onto that strap that you put in place. Now, we can take an eight millimeter and remove the three small bolts holding in this heat shield. You can take a flat head screwdriver, just get it up underneath the edge of that little plug there and just pry it downward there. If it's giving you a little bit of trouble, you can grab a pair of side cutters. Just slide it up on either side there and pry downward. We've also got this little pushpin that's attached from the backside, so we can just reach up there and pull out in order to get our heat shield out. We'll do the same thing to remove the passenger side's heat shield. Now, we can fish wire our carriage bolts and spacers into place. We'll do so by taking our fish wire and taking the coiled in up through this hole back here. We'll come out the end of the frame rail right here. We can take one of our spacer blocks and one of the shorter carriage bolts and thread that carriage bolt in there. Before I feed them into place, I want to take that spacer and move it up the wire a little bit from the bolt, so they can both fit in through the end of the frame rail. Then I'll just gently pull them through and into position there. I'll grab one more fish wire and do the same through this hole right here. Then I can do the same thing on the other side. Now we can take our heat shield and just roughly put it back into place so that we can see what we're going to need to cut. It looks like we may need to just trim a hair off the end of this and then we'll need to trim that tab at the end off right there. We'll take that back out and use some tin snips to do so. Once I've got the heat shield trimmed, I'll put it back up into place and I'll reinstall that pushpin and loosely reinstall the center bolt there. I'm going to tighten up that center bolt just enough so it holds this up into place. Again, on this one, I'll hold it up there just to see what's going to need to be trimmed. I can mark that, then I can take it down and trim it as well. I can do the same with this one, reinstall this one, not forgetting to put that little connector back into the loom. You want to grab an extra set of hands into to put the hitch up into place. You can use the fish wires to guide it through the holes there. Take one of the flange nuts and get it started in order to hold the hitch up in place. Now with one bolt installed loosely on each side, what we can do is we can take this hitch and push it up to see where it would be once it's tight and in place. It looks like we'll need to do a little bit of trimming here, in order for it to not push this fascia up. With it sitting right there, I'm just going to take a light colored permanent marker and I'll mark some lines for me to trim along and then I'll just connect those from either point there. Once I've got that trimmed we'll see how it fits again. After test fitting it again, I see I need to trim a little bit more off for this part to clear. That looks pretty good. Now, I can get those other two flange nuts started on the two remaining carriage bolts. Then I can take my three quarter socket and tighten these up. I'll do that on both sides. Now that we've gotten these tightened up into place, these holes back here, we'll be able to take a pilot drill bit and begin to drill those out. As I gradually increase the size, I'll work up to a half inch bit. I'll do that on both sides. Once we've got our holes drilled out, we can take the longer carriage bolts and spacers and fish wire them in through the end of the frame rail into the holes that we just drilled. Then we can put the flange nut on it and tighten it down. Once I've got all my hardware installed and tightened down, I can make sure it's torqued to the specification in the instruction manual. I'll be sure to do that on both sides. With everything torqued down on the hitch, we can get ready to put our exhaust back up into place. We'll start with the hanger up by the real axle, then I can move to both hangers on either side by the exhaust pipes. Once you're done replacing the exhaust, you can remove that support strap that we put there, and you're ready to hit the road. That's going to complete our look at the CURT trailer hitch receiver, which is a class three hitch, part number C13067 on our 2014 Ford Edge.
Average Customer Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (116 Customer Reviews)This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.
by: Edward N.04/15/2015
Ordered this product and installed in my garage with basic tools, by myself. The instructional videos online are spot on, to the point, and very easy to follow. Shipping and packing came as promised with no issues. I will for sure use this company and its products again. Thank you George 185319
My Curt Hitch for my Lincoln MKX arrived a day early and I installed it the next day. It was rated 7 out of 10 for difficulty, but I had no problem installing it all by myself. Working with my MXK on a set of ramps, and on my back laying on 15 year old creeper I was able to get the job done in a couple of hours. The on line help video was exceptional and I knew exactly what I had to do after watching it. I used a jack and a 2 by 4 to support the exaust instead of a strap like they showed in the video and it worked fine. I'll be 60 on my next birthday, and I must admit I'm a little more mechanically inclined than most, but I don't turn many wrenches these days. If after watching the etrailer video you think you can do it, then, by all means, dont be afraid to try it! It's a piece of cake! 120801
by: Tracy L Suttles06/09/2016
The install video for this hitch indicates that routing the carriage bolts through the end of the frame rail is easy. On my installation this was not the case at all, and was virtually impossible without removing the rear bumper cover and bumper itself. Once the taillights, bumper cover and bumper itself were removed the installation of the mounting bolts was very easy. I defiantly recommend having a second set of hands for installing the hitch to the bolts, and the use of a floor jack is also recommended. Once installed the hitch looks great and is very solid. Only 4 stars because this did not go as the video shows. 259575
2011 Ford Edge Sport - Everything went together very easily. The wire feed for the bolts worked awesome! I did not need to jack up my car at all, but I am used to working on cars with similar clearance to my SUV's ride height. I did find that it was easiest to install the hitch with the hitch secured to my floor jack. This allowed me to raise and lower the hitch as needed while I trimmed my rear bumper. The reviews I read had a few comments about no trim required. This was not the case with my 2011. However, I really wasn't too concerned about trimming the small section of bumper that I had to trim. If you use the floor jack trick make sure it is secure! You don't want to drop it on your face or body when you are not expecting it. Only negative. While installing and moving around the paint chipped off the front of the receiver on the hitch. The paint chipped very easily. We got rain the weekend I installed it and I noticed surface rust where the paint had chipped. After 2 days of sitting outside. So I did have to wire wheel the surface rust away, clean it and repaint it. It didn't take a huge effort, but I would suggest double checking your hitch after the install and taking care of any exposed metal. We will see how it holds up this winter in Minnesota. 228306
Everything went great, thanks for the prompt service. 250814
by: Alec C.01/13/2017
I have a 2014 Ford Edge Limited. When I bought it I also had a truck which I used to pull my utility trailer. I sold the truck a few months ago and was surfing the net looking for a way to add towing support to my Edge. I found eTrailer - it was just what I was looking for. I ended up ordering the Curt Trailer Hitch receiver. It arrived in a few days, I had tracking info emailed to me and I had 2 follow-up emails from customer support making sure there weren't any problems. After watching the install video and reading the instructions, I had a pretty good idea of what needed to be done. I made a couple of changes to the installation instructions. These may (or may not) work for you but they saved me some time. First, I did not need to drop the exhaust. I just left it in place - didn't touch it, didn't have to. Second, I did not remove the heat shields - didn't have to. I just removed the 2 screws from the end of the shields and then snipped the tab and the notch while the shields were still mounted. The rest of the install went smoothly and in less then 2 hours I had the hitch mounted. Next task is to install the Curt Wiring Harness. I'll add another review for that when I'm done. 332338
by: Jose R03/16/2015
The C13067 Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver Installation went smoothly on my 2013 Lincoln MKX. The Time estimated for the installation video seemed a little short for me. It took me like three (3) hours to finish, was challenging but it got done. But also I did it alone (in the video there are two guys).. the online help video was great and I knew exactly what I had to do after watching it. Torqueing the rear bolts to spec felt like I was crushing thin metal together but they eventually torqued perfect fit. The fish wires to pull the bolts through the frame are genius and made an impossible task simple…. after you get use to them so be patient. The hitch is pretty invisible and what you can see looks like it was a Lincoln MKX OEM install and I have to say that also it look nice, very good finish!! The hitch arrived quickly and is very well built. Definitely a quality product. Best price for a quality setup without a doubt. I email then about my UPS tracking Number and they answered in hours. Definitely I will buy from them again many thanks eTrailer.com !!! 178755
by: Steve C05/15/2014
Installation went very well on my Lincoln MKX, good fit and great instructional video. It was a great idea on your part to tape the hardware and wiring kit to the hitch. The box arrived with one end torn open, but no problem since everything was securely taped together. Delivery was 1 - 2 days sooner than I expected. 130752
by: Gary C.10/17/2012
Great Price! Shipping was super fast. I ordered on Tuesday at 2pm and the hitch was sitting in my garage on Thursday by noon. Installation was easy thanks to the how to video on your site. I was a little apprehensive about having to lower my exhaust and drill two holes but it was smooth and easy. The fish wires to pull the bolts through the frame are genius and made an impossible task simple. The Curt hitch looks great on my 2010 Ford Edge. I towed my boat with it the next day and it was smooth sailing. 57483
This product is "stout", heavy and well made. I opted to install it in my garage by myself using ramps and closely following the instructions. They are 'spot-on'! I call this my Ben-gay project because I'm sure I'll need some rubbing after this install. I have done this before, but that was many years ago. I am now 70 and was convienced by another reviewer, who was 60, that it could be done albeit at a slow pace. It took me 4 hours and lots of muscle to get finished. It can be done alone but a helping hand is advised. 110 ft pounds of torque is quite a challenge also because of the position you are in without a lift. Ingeneous fish wires for the plates and screws took a little trial and error, but was a snap after the first one. It looks good and seems as solid as a rock. I will put this to the test as soon as I recoup and install the wiring kit I also ordered-which I will review. Great product! 193372
by: Cornie D.03/22/2012
I'm sending you some pictures of the hitch installation on my 2011 Ford Edge 34740
by: Mike V04/24/2015
Very happy thus far with etrailer.com and their delivery of the purchased products. Cost and quality are very good. Haven't installed it yet , but if it goes as easily as shown in the installation videos, I will be VERY satisfied. 187868
by: Al W,07/26/2015
Nice Product the hitch went on pretty easy, the video and the directions were great tools . The most impressive part was the wire to get the bolts into the frame, impressive piece of Engineering work - very effective once I got the wire pulled through. Thank you 214574
I received my tow hitch within the specified shipping dates but, when it arrived and installed it, I noticed there was slight damage on the hitch. The hitch was slightly bent inward causing a misfit on the mounting holes on my ford edge frame. I believe it was caused by bad handling of the box during shipping as the hitch was sticking out of the box when it arrived at my house. I was able to bend the tow hitch open enough to line up the holes and successfully install it. As for recommendations; there should be some additional padding on the inside of the box and a mock-up fit check should be performed prior to shipping if one is not currently performed. Other than that, the hitch installation instructions were clear and all the hardware was in good shape. I now have a hitch to tow my bikes so i'm satisfied. 214095
by: Chris F.05/19/2015
Received hitch in good condition. Heavy and looks well made. Instructions along with video made install procedure straight forward for my 2011 Edge. No problems lowering exhaust (used a floor jack) or removing/modifying heat shields. Took some time to fish bolts and brackets through frame rail. Not very much room at all between bumper mounting brackets and openings of frame rails. At times had to go more by fell than sight. I had help to bolt hitch to car. I highly recommend having help on this step! Drilling holes in frame actually went easier than expected. Fished the bolts through to new holes. Tightened all bolts specification. Took me around 2 1/2 hours to install. Very pleased with the way the hitch looks...very clean looking install. 194377
by: James F.08/20/2014
The installation of this receiver was straight foreword, as shown in directions and video. It only took me about ten minutes longer than video said it would take due to using a jack and stands, since I do not have a vehicle lift in my garage. My only complaint is how large the receiver opening is. This makes for a loud tow of my tilt bed trailer when it is empty, as the trailer is very center balanced. After complaining to a few friends of the noise, they all said that Curt receivers have larger openings than other receivers to make it easier for draw bar installation and removal. However, I chose the free shipping and was upgraded to the 3-5 day ground for free and had all of my components after 3 days. 147681
NOT BAD TO INSTALL IN THE GARAGE , TAKE THE TIME TO CHEDK OUT THE LIFT POINTS ON THE VEHICLE. BEFORE U START THE INSTAL.TAKE THE TIME ALSO TO PUT THE FLAT SIDE OF THE CARRIAGE BOLT HOLDERS IN THE FRAME RAILS RIGHT,SO THAT THEY HOLD BETTER. ON THE PULL WIRE THEY WILL LOOK BACKWARDS. ON MY EDGE IT WAS ALITTE TRICKY, STARTING THEM BECOUSE THE OPENING WAS VERY SMALL BUT THEY WENT. THE FRAME RAIL IS NOT AS OPEN AS U WOULD THINK. THE MUFFLER WAS VERY EASY TO LET DOWN AND UP , THE RUBBERS CAME RIGHT OFF, SPRAYED THEM WITH SOAPY WATER. E-TRAILER WAS VERY GOOD HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE PAINT ON THE FIRST HITCH BUT THEY SENT A NEW ONE AND UPS DROP OFF THE NEW ONE AND PICKED UP THE DAMAGE ONE SAME DAY. 221560
by: Brian D.02/20/2015
The hitch arrived quickly and is very well built. Definitely a quality product. Install was more difficult than anticipated though. The instructions are fairly well written but the key part that was left out was how little room there is to fish the wire and bolts into the frame rail. The bumper support covers 80% of the opening of the frame rail and unless you want to take the bumper off you'd better have some patients or some beers. The 2 holes that you drill and put the bolts in are the most difficult due to the hitch taking up what little room there was to begin with. But once past that everything went smooth and looks awesome. Best price for a quality setup without a doubt. 175509
by: Jim C12/25/2014
Good video on installation. Made it very easy. Super service from etrailer. 166918
Hello. This is my first review I ever made , but felt like I just had to. I needed a trailer hitch for our 2011 Ford Edge SEL. I searched like crazy on Internet afraid to death I would by one that someone claimed it fit theirs. But search no more, I really mean it. It fits perfect and easy to install and looks awesome. It came super fast in the mail. Lady on phone was also awesome. I always read reviews and hope people are honest. This was my chance. I have no affiliation with etrailer other that I found them on Internet. Don't waste anymore time wondering if this is a good price, quality or asking yourself if it will fit your Ford Edge. Thank you etrailer. Andy 233105
by: Dan F.07/19/2012
This is the first Curt hitch I've installed; my experience is with other brands thus far. I was very impressed by the quality of most of the welds, the coating on the hitch, and the hardware kit. Additionally, fishing bolts through a frame is typically time consuming and frustrating - but the fish wire that came with this kit was simply awesome. The Ford Edge doesn't have a lot of space for a hitch, and thankfully the fit of the Curt hitch was excellent and provided around 3/8" - 1/2" clearance to the exhaust system. etrailer.com had the hitch on my doorstep 2 days after I ordered! Very impressed overall with the transaction and the product. 48514
by: Mark W10/25/2013
I was concerned about how this was going to fit on my 2013 Edge Sport, but it went in really well with a very minor trim on the lower plastic. I don't imagine it will ever be removed, so I went ahead and trimmed the plastic for it pushed it up a good 2 inches and I didn't want to risk deforming it elsewhere. It is a really a great hitch, installed easily, probably overkill for this vehicle, definitely a solid unit. 105167
by: Linda P11/04/2016
This ETrailer CURT Class III 2" Receiver Trailer Hitch is Awesome! It was such a pleasure to work with ETrailer and purchase this product over the phone. Carla was so darling and helpful and made the transaction easy! The package was delivered one day earlier than promised! This trailer hitch is so substantial; it will easily tow our Seadoos and the double-bike rack. The instructions were very clear so that Ford Parts Dept could easily install the trailer hitch. Overall, our experience with ETrailer was Excellent and I would Highly Recommend The ETrailer Company to everyone! Linda P. 313705
by: Jack D.07/23/2016
Just wanted to say thanks for the awesome site and service. I just installed it on my ford 2010 edge and everything went smoothly. It took me about 1.5hrs to install. The exhaust was very easy. Getting the screws in were a bit trick especially the 3rd ones but manageable. At the end it looked perfect. I got my sister to buy one for her Honda Odessey. Thank u eTrailor ur videos were invaluable. 275576
by: Curt Hitch and Strap07/09/2015
Fairly easy to install. Took about 45 minutes with 2 of us and the car on lifts. Only cutting involved is with a tin snips and that was on the heat shields. Getting the bolts into place was a little tricky as the Ford Edge has a small opening to squeeze the bolt thru. This would have been a lot more of a problem if the car was only on a jack stand. Did buy the Curt support strap recommended. It is a joke. It is not long enough for any real support on my Yakama bike rack. I will hook it up but I can see it won't do a lot of good. 210404
Very good hitch. Fairly easy to install if you watch the videos on the website, but I would say it would be pretty hard to install without a second person. Once you figure out where everything goes and how it goes, it isn't too bad. Dealer quoted me $745 for parts and install on both hitch and lights so a few hours was well worth saving $500. Would definitely order from etrailer.com again. Package arrived quickly with follow-up email to check on thing from them and the videos made the install much easier. 116167
by: Greg M. FL04/14/2014
Fast Service, reasonable price and perfect fit. Only hassle, was drilling 2 1/2" holes in the frame. This is not easy with the average home drill. I had to step up one bit size at a time. Took about six bits to get up to 1/2". Other wise the installation was easy and straight forward. etrailer.com has great products at reasonable prices that are delivered promptly (2 to 3 days). The diy videos and support are great. Don't waist your time trying to save a few dollars, like I did, by going to Autozone. 124850
Horrible. I purchased a Curt trailer hitch and it came with no damage to the box. I brought it to my local Ford dealer to have it installed and they told me both ends of the hitch were bent and they had to bend them back. Well of course this cost me more money because it tool longer and I am leaving down the next day and couldn't wait to have a new hitch sent to me. I reached out to customer service who didn't do anything to help with the matter. I would never recommend Etrailer.com to anyone! 215304
I'm really happy with this hitch. I have a 2011 Edge Sport and was initially concerned about how this would work out. I did not have to trim the fascia to install the hitch, as I just deflected the fascia upwards. With design of the center section having a non-shiny black texture with fins, it looks okay to have the gentle upwards curve in the middle. The rest of painted fascia is not deflected. Best part is I can take off the hitch when I turn in my lease and have no damage to the facia 12803
Navigating the etrailer site was very straight forward. Purchasing the hitch needed and then processing the sale online was similarly easy. The product was soon received in good condition. The etrailer videos were very helpful and although it took me longer to install than a seasoned mechanic, nevertheless the installation went well, and now a year later, the hitch is still working very well - no complaints. A good product and good training and support provided for a very positive experience. 249573
Great hitch it fits my 2010 Ford Edge perfectly, I haven't had the opportunity to try it yet, but it's already installed and ready to go, the installation was easy with good instructions. One thing for you etrailer, you might want to package your products a little bit better because one side of the hitch came bent, I had to use a rubber hammer to get it to the right position and then I was able to install it. I know you are shipping steel products but they are not unbendable. 147415
by: John Ho10/03/2016
The hitch was easy to install and has held up great in the year of use. I was considering getting the hide away version at first but I'm glad I pick this one instead. It is at the perfect height and from the bumper and looks as it was from the factory, unlike the hideaway version witch most have to cut a little out of there bumper to make room for it. I would recommend the model over the others . Also the video and instruction are easy to follow. 302748
by: Rhonda B11/13/2016
Ordered on a Tuesday and received a days later on Friday! Installation was pretty straight forward especially after watching the video on how to install (I do recommend watching The video). The only part of the installation that was little tricky was getting the bolt and spacer fished into the end of the frame, thought the bumper may have to be removed but the bolt and the spacer can be fished through there without removing the bumper. 316353
by: Bill B.09/07/2016
The hitch is good. More robust than what I need for my bike carrier. Installation on our 2011 Ford Edge was more of a job than I could at home an even was challenging for Johns Trailer to do. I would have been better off to have had them do their hitch and labor. The make and model of SUV did not work well with this hitch. The end results are very good and our bike carrier work well with it. 292030
by: Steve T09/20/2015
Great product for the do it yourselfer, installed in a Couple hours no problems at all. Another couple hours for the wiring harness, fit beautifully. I would highly recommend this product. 226535
by: Ken H.03/04/2017
I received and installed this 2" hitch on my 2013 Lincoln MKX. It is a very well built hitch and fit perfectly on the car. I did have a lift so it was much easier to install but the video by etrailer was excellent as a guide. I use the hitch for a bike rack right now but may in the future decide to tow a small trailer. I have every confidence that the hitch will serve me well. 348341
by: Richard S.10/29/2016
E Trailer is The Best. After watching a video it was so easy to install my hitch. I also purchased a Trule bike rack and am very happy with it. 311935
by: Barry J03/16/2015
The shipment was delivered as promised and the installation process was as advertised. It takes some maneuvering to slide the bracket and bolt into the frame (you have to slide each part in separately on the pull wire) but once you figure it out the process goes pretty quickly. Make sure you watch the installation video. It really helps! 178380
Very fast shipping. Good price. Perfect fit. Relatively easy installation. I would absolutely recommend this product. 273711
Got a trailer hitch for my 2010 Ford Edge a lot of emails informing when it would arrive which was helpful. Detailed instructions with all equipment needed to install. Came in box a little bent but that's nothing a vice can't fix. Pretty easy to install for one person if you have expierence with installing equipment. 276806
AAAA++++ All the way !!! The people at E-trailer are great to deal with. Your prices are good and your price match policy is Great. Everyone that I dealt with was very accommodating and very helpful. Very fast shipping, well packaged. I will definitely buy from you in the future. Highly recommend. Thank you !! 222419
by: Doug B.09/03/2014
Hitch was very easy to install and looks great on the car! Included with the kit came a really slick way to install the bolts. Very impressed with everything! Took less then a hour with car up on lift. Now if you had to do this on the ground I think things would be a little tougher but still totally doable! 149895
by: Bryan R04/23/2014
The installation went smoothly on my '08 Edge. The passenger side seemed more challenging but it got done. Torqueing the rear-most bolts to spec felt like I was crushing thin metal together but they eventually torqued. The hitch is pretty invisible and what you can see looks like it was an OEM install. 126765
by: Rob O.10/06/2012
Quick delivery. Easy install. Took longer than expected though, as I do not have a vehicle lift and spent this time on my back. Love the instructional videos on the website was a big help. Looks great. Now I just have to install the electrical harness 118551 and I will be ready to tow!! Thanks Etrailer. 56594
by: MILTON A08/13/2016
Great hitch. It installed very easily. One thing I would've like to have seen is an exploded view of the frame rail. I wasted time using holes that were too far forward and then I found out there are two lengths of carriage bolts. Besides that it's a great hitch and barely noticeable. 283313
by: Nick N.04/12/2015
Ordering from vender, delivery time and product were all excellent. I received the hitch within a week, and it took about an hour and a half to install. The instructions on the Curt hitch were spot on and made it easy to install. Hitch looks like is was a factory installed hitch. 184779
by: Travis H.09/18/2013
Everything went good with the install, but shows in video that you use one of the off centered holes and it was the two holes that were inline with each other so I had to fish the rear bolts back out and refish back in the rear center hole. That was on a 2010 Ford Edge SEL. 100453
Thank you Corey, for helping me with my order. The trailer nose jack was exactly what my grandson wanted. Even the right size. He has used it almost daily and has had no problems. Thank you. Also the windshield wipers for my edge were perfect. Best ever. Thanks, Rony 249817
by: R. Johnson05/03/2013
I haven't used the hitch yet but instalation was very streight forward. The instuctions included with the hitch are very easy to follow. The hitch construction is very good and sturdy. I would recomend this hitch and etrailer.com to anyone looking for this type of product. 78817
by: Dan H03/04/2017
Very easy step-by-step installation with simple video to follow, great quality and over all great product. Receiver doesn't interfere with back up sensors but hitch does so never leave in. Other than that very happy and would purchase future products from etrailer.com. 348374
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