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Surco Products Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on this 2010 Ford Edge we're going to be test fitting the 20 by 48 Surco cargo carrier for inch and a quarter hitches. Part number 52017. Now we already have it installed on our vehicle, let me go ahead and go over some features here. First off this has a 300 pound carrying capacity and has a nice mesh floor here which is going to make it really easy to clean. It has this rail going all the way around the cargo carrier which can serve as a tie down point for you ratchet straps or your bungee cords. Whatever you use to tie down your cargo. I'm going to go ahead and give you some measurements now.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Ford Edge

Today, in our 2010 Ford Edge, we're going to be taking a look at installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector; part number C56160. Here's what it looks like once it's installed when you're ready to use it. As we lay it over our inaudible 00:00:19 plate, we want to take caution not to get it near the latch because we don't want to pinch our wires. We can just close it over top, remove the weather-tight cap, plug it into the trailer, and once we're all done, we can cover it back up, raise the hatch, and put the wire in stowaway for safe keeping until we're ready to use it again. Now, with our wiring system installed, it's going to reduce stress on your vehicle's wiring system while you're towing your trailer. It's a very easy install; it just plugs in behind your tail lights and you're going to run power wire up to the front to your battery. Now let's go ahead and show you how to install it. This is what your kit is going to consist of: a module to convert your signals, T-connectors, hardware package, fuse holder, and the power wire that's going to run from the back of your car to your front. This module is going to help protect your electrical system on your vehicle by not overloading the circuit, since it's going to be powered from the battery itself and not tied into your car's electrical system. To start installing, we're going to remove the tail lights by removing the two 8mm bolts.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Ford Edge - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're going to be taking a look at installing the Hidden Hitch trailer hitch receiver, class two, part number 90164. Here our hitch is installed. As you can see, it's got a nice ring-style safety chain loops, a nice black powder colored finish to help prevent against rust and corrosion. It's got a nice, welded on collar around the outside to give it a little bit of extra strength. All the rest of your hitch is going to be hidden except for the receiver tube and the safety chain rings. .. It attaches with four bolts to the frame, no drilling is required, and all of the hardware instructions are included with your hitch. This is a class two hitch.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Ford Edge - Draw-Tite

Today in our 2010 Ford Edge, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Draw-Site Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class II, Part Number 36447. Here our hitch is installed. As you can see, it's got a nice ring-style safety chain loops, a nice black, powder-coated finish to help prevent against rust and corrosion . it's got a nice welded-on collar around the outside to give it a little bit of extra strength. All the rest of your hitch is gonna be hidden except for the receiver tube and the safety chain rings. This hitch does come with a hitch pin and clip, draw bars are sold separately. It attaches with four bolts to the frame, no drilling is required, and all the hardware instructions are included with your hitch. This is a Class II hitch.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Ford Edge

Today on this 2011 Ford Edge, we're going to review and install the T1 Vehicle Wiring Harness from Towready, part number 118515. This is what you need when you want to tow a trailer behind your Ford Edge. This whole assembly works by copying signals on your SUV, and then in turn sending it out to your trailer. Since it copies the signal, this insulates the SUV from the trailer in case it has any shorts. Let's go ahead and cover the parts that come with the kit in a little bit more detail. First off this entire assembly is the wire harness.



Yakima Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Yakima LiteRider hanging-style 2-bike rack. That part number is Y02472. We already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. We have 2 cradles in place with 3 straps altogether, also known as zipstrips. We're going to start by removing our 2 here on our frame, and we'll save the anti-sway for last.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Thule T2 Pro platform style, bike rack. That part number is TH9034. Now, we already have our bike in place on our rack. We're first going to go over a feature that's really great about this rack. We can actually tilt this rack away from our vehicle with our bike still attached. To do so, we're going to come down here and grab our handle.



Saris Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Saris Bones Hitch Mounted 2 Bike Rack. That part number is SA882. Now, we already have our bike in place, but first I'm going to show you how we do that. We have 3 straps altogether, 2 on our frame here, and we have 1 as our anti-sway strap from the back. With those released, we can pull out our bike off the rack, and set it off to the side, and then I suggest you replace your strap so you don't lose or damage them. Now we'll take a few measurements.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we are doing a test fit of a MaxxTow 48x21 Cargo Carrier. That part number is MT70422. We have a weight capacity of 500 pounds and works with 2-inch hitches only. We have it on our vehicle here. The first thing we are going to do is take a few measurements, ground clearing being first. We are going to have about 12 inches of clearance. Overall to our vehicle, we are going to have about 27 inches and our closest point looks to be about 7 inches away. On our Edge, we do have dual exhausts, one at the driver and one at the passenger side.



Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Carpod Walled Cargo Carrier. This is 23 x 48, has a weight capacity of 450 pounds and it works with 2" hitches only; part number for this M2205. The first thing we're going to do here is take a few measurements. Ground clearance being first, we're going to have about 18" there. Overall to our vehicle, we're adding about 32-3/4" and our closest point down here is going to be about 4" away. Now we do have dual exhaust on our vehicle, one to each side although it is a bit under our carrier, that's going to sit about 14-1/2", so just be aware of that when you're loading up your gear. As for our walls, we can fold these down to so. We're going to pull out our pins at each corner. We're going to lay down our smaller sides first.



Stromberg Carlson Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Stromberg Carlson 23 x 60 Cargo Carrier; that part number is CC-100. This has a weight capacity of 500 pounds and works with 2" inches only. The first thing we're going to do here is take a few measurements. The ground clearance being first. We're going to measure to the bottom of this bolt. It's going to be about 10-3/4". Overall to our vehicle we're adding about 27" and our closest point here is going to be about 6" away. Now on our Edge, we do have dual exhaust; one on the passenger and one of the driver's side.



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we are going a test fit of the Curt Folding 20x60 Cargo Carrier. This part number is C18151, has a weight capacity of 500 pounds and works with 2-inch hitches only. The first thing we are going to do here is take a few measurements. We are going to have our ground clearance first. That is going to be about 12 1/2 inches. Our overall here is going about 32 inches and our closest point is going to be about 11 inches away. Now on our Edge we do have dual exhausts, one on the passenger and one on the driver side.



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge we're doing a test fit of the Curt 20x60 cargo carrier. That part number is C18150. This has a weight capacity of five hundred pounds and works with two inch hitches only. The first thing we need to do is take a few measurements, ground clearance being first. We're going to have about fourteen and three quarter inches of clearance with that raised shank in the back. Overall to our vehicle we're adding about twenty six and three quarter inches, and we have a closest point of about five and a half inches. As for our Edge, we have dual exhaust that come out on the driver and passenger side.



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2010 Ford Edge we're doing a test fit of the Curt 20x48 Cargo Carrier. That part number is C18110. It has a weight capacity of 300 pounds, and works with both inch and a quarter and two inch hitches. First thing we're going to do while it's on our vehicle is take a few measurements, ground clearance being first. We're going to have about 15 inches of clearance. That is because we have that raised shank in the back which is going to lift our carrier even higher than our hitch. Overall to our vehicle, we're adding about 25 1/2 inches, and our closest point is going to be about 7 inches away. As for our Edge, we do have dual exhaust, one on the driver and one on the passenger side.



Rola Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on our 2010 Ford Edge, we're doing a test fit of the Rola TX-102 Hanging Style 2-Bike Rack. That part number is 59400. Now, we already have our bike secured down. First, I'm going to show you how we do that. We've got 2 cradles in place with 3 straps, 2 on our frame here, and 1 as our anti-sway strap in the back. We can start by pulling our bike off.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today in this 2010 Ford Edge, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Vertex 4 Bike Rack, part number TH9029XT. As you can see we already have a bike installed on the rack, let's go ahead and take a closer look at it and show off some of the features. Now, first to have the bike attached to the rack, we're going to have three points of contact with he bike's frame. We're going to have 2 straps up top here, and off to the side here which is going to serve as an anti-sway strap to keep the bike from either hitting the bike rack or the bikes in front of it. Let's go ahead and take the bike off and just set it aside. Now, when you remove straps, it's always good practice to put them back into place, primarily because you don't want to loose them while you're driving, and you don't want them flapping around when you're driving, either. With that done, I'm going to go ahead and give you some measurements now. The first is going to be how much distance is added to the vehicle once the bike rack is installed. I'm going to go ahead and measure form the bumper since that's the furthest point out. From this arm down it's about 37 inches. And our ground clearance ...



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on this 2010 Ford Edge, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Roadway two-bike rack. Part number TH912XTR. As you can see we already have a bike installed on the rake. Let's go ahead and take a closer look at it, and show off some of the features. How the bike actually attaches to the rack, you're going to have three points of contact with your bikes frame. We're going to have two straps up top here, and one strap off to the side here.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on this 2010 Ford Edge we're going to be test fitting the Swagman Trailhead 4 Bike Rack part number S63380. As you can see we already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. Now how the bike is attached to the rack, you're going to have four points of contact with your bikes frame. We're going to have these three straps up top here and one off to the side here which is going to serve as an anti-sway strap to keep the bike from going back and forth possibly hitting the bike rack where the bikes in front of it. Let's go ahead and take the straps off and set the bike aside. When you remove the straps, it's always a good practice to put them back in to place primarily so you don't lose them while you're driving.



Rola 21x55 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Ford Edge

Today on this 2010 Ford Edge we're going to be test-fitting the 21 x 55 Rola cargo carrier for 1-1/4 inch hitches, part number 59507. This cargo carrier has a 300-pound carrying capacity. It has this large mesh form here, which makes it easier to clean. Plus, periodically around the rails of this cargo carrier, you have many tie-down points for your ratchet straps or your bungee cords, whatever you may use to secure your gear as you drive. Next I'm going to go ahead and give you some measurements here, the first being how much distance is added to the vehicle once the cargo carrier is installed. I'm going to go ahead and measure from the bumper, since that's the furthest point out. From the bumper to this rail here towards the rear is going to be about 27-1/2 inches.



Westin Sure Grip Running Boards Installation - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be taking a look at and installing the Westin Sure-Grip Running Boards with Custom Installation Kit. Part number 27-6125-1825. This is how our running boards will look like once they are installed on our vehicle. They're going to have that nice sleek, slim look adding to the vehicle's profile. They're going to be 6 inches wide with a step-pad of 4 1/2 inches. Total length of the boards is going to be 72 inches.





Ford Edge Questions

  • The hitch mounted cargo carrier that is selected most by our customers that have a 2012 Ford Edge, is the Pro Series 24 x 60 Railed Cargo Carrier, # 63153. This carrier is not a folding style carrier like the one you referenced though, but does have a larger platform and cutouts to insert taillights, like part # 98174LED, if the cargo you will be carrying might cover the vehicle taillights. If you like the folding option, the Curt Cargo Carrier, # C18151, that you referenced...
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  • Determining the mounting locations of your E-Track, part # E19148, will depend on the construction of your trailer and personal preference. If you are mounting the E-Track on the bed of your trailer, to tie down a car or similar item, you will need to determine the best position for the vehicle or item and the best situation for installing the E-Track. You may need to install bracing under the bed of the trailer to get enough mounting points for a secure installation. It sounds...
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  • According to the 2015 Ford Edge owner's manual you can flat tow the 2015 Edge Titanium if it has the 2.7 liter EcoBoost or 3.5 liter motor and 6-speed automatic transmission. Since you have a 3.5 liter then as long as you have the 6-speed automatic you can flat tow your Edge using Blue Ox base plates # BX2656. And for a compatible tow bar I recommend the Alpha, # BX7365. This tow bar also comes with safety cables. For lighting you can use a simple magnetic kit such as #...
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  • The difference between the Hidden Hitch # 87696 and the # 87684 Class III hitches for your 2016 Ford Edge SEL involves how much of the hitch is visible from the rear of the vehicle once the hitch is installed. The entire crossbar portion of the hitch would be visible from the rear if you went with the # 87684. If you went with the # 87696, the crossbar of the hitch would be concealed behind the bumper, and the only portion of the hitch that would be visible would be the receiver...
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  • According to Yakima, the Whispbar Custom Fit Kit, # WB-K485, can be used on your 2013 Ford Edge with the panoramic roof. To complete the roof rack, you will also need the Whispbar Crossbars, # WB-S17. One thing to keep in mind when using a roof rack on your vehicle is that the panoramic sunroof cannot be opened while the roof rack is attached. You could also use the Whispbar Crossbars, # WB-S8, which will provide a factory look, but the usable crossbar space is limited to...
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  • We don't have the drawings you are looking for, but if you check out the pictures I attached you will see that both the Draw Tite part # 75234 and the Curt # C13234 do not extend out past the rear bumper at all. Since you prefer the hidden cross tube the Draw Tite will be the hitch to go with. There isn't a version without the lower safety chain loops though.
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  • There are a couple of things that can lead to the tires wearing on the inside only. Basically what is happening is the top of the tire is leaning in towards the trailer causing most of the weight to ride on the inside. This pretty much means the axle is bent, especially if both sides have the same problem. If it were just one side, there is a chance that is just the spindle that is bent. It will keep wearing on the inside until the issue is resolved and that could mean a new axle. You...
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  • We carry hitches from two manufacturers, Cequent Performance Products, who manufactures Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite and Curt Manufacturing. I would say that in terms of overall build quality and the quality of the finish, the hitches from both companies are pretty equal. In terms of choosing a hitch for your 2011 Edge, I'd recommend the Draw-Tite Class III hitch, part # 75992 or for Edge Sport models, the Draw-Tite # 75728. The Curt Class III, part # C13067 is a bit less expensive,...
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  • This Trailer Hub & Drum Assembly # 84546UC3-EZ will work on your non-ez lube spindles. The only difference between the ez lube hub and drums and the non-ez-lube hub and drums is the grease cap. The ez lube ones like the # 84546UC3-EZ have a remove-able rubber seal on the cap that allows you to access the grease fitting of the ez-lube spindles. The # 84546UC3-EZ will work for you regardless if you have EZ-lube spindles or not. I also attached a video on trailer brake installation...
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  • When installing the SMI Air Force One Supplemental Braking System For Motor Homes with Air Brakes # SM99243 you will need to find the supply air line and the metered air line. On the Dutchcraft motor home on the Spartan Chassis the larger 5/8 inch line is the supply air line, and the smaller 3/8 inch line below the supply air line is the metered air line. I have attached a photo showing witch line is the supply and which line is the metered.
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  • If you have to disconnect the battery of your vehicle to flat tow it you can still power the supplemental braking system with the battery but you would need to use an outlet kit like the part # RM-9332. This will allow you to have a 12 volt accessory outlet run from the battery with the electronics of the vehicle disconnected still. We do offer an aluminum Blue Ox tow bar. For that you would want the Aladdin part # BX4325. Since aluminum is lighter than steel this would be...
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  • Both the Hidden Hitch part # 87682 and the Draw Tite Hitch part # 75992 will install in the same way. Both hitches are made by the same company and actually share the same installation instructions. No matter what hitch you install on your 2014 Ford Edge you will need to remove the support bracket. I can assure you that Draw Tite is very rigorous in how they test their hitch installs and if there was any risk that the fascia would get deformed they wouldn't advise this modification. I...
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  • We do have plenty of choices in roof racks for your 2015 Ford Edge with Vista roof. Just click on the link provided and select your roof style, flush rails or a bare roof, at the top of the page. You'll then see the options for that roof style. If you happen to have the bare roof you can use Yakima's round bar rack system consisting of parts # Y00409, # Y00124, # Y00664 and # Y00731. You'll also want to get the end caps # Y8007026 for a nice neat appearance. If you have...
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  • Yes there are pictures showing Draw-Tite trailer hitch # 75234 installed on a Ford Edge. I have included a picture and there are also a couple in the instructions I have linked for you. This hitch is exactly what you are looking for. The cross tube is hidden and only the receiver is visible. If you plan on doing some towing I recommend etrailer ball mount kit # 989900. It comes with 2 ball mounts; one with a 3/4 inch rise or 2 inch drop and one with a 2-3/4 inch rise or 4 inch...
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  • In my opinion the Yakima DoubleDown 4 Bike Hitch Rack, item # Y02424, will be the better choice for your vehicle and bike carrying needs. This rack features all of the features of the Thule Parkway, item # TH957, and has the added feature of the SwitchBlade cradles that keep the bikes from swaying back and forth when taking off and stopping, which protects the bikes and the vehicle from damage. Thule also offers the Hitching Post Pro Bike Rack, item # TH934XTR. This bike rack...
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  • What I recommend is the Rightline Gear truck bed tent # RL110907 for your 2014 Ford Edge. It connects right to your Ford Edge and will sleep up to 6 adults. Perfect for you and your family! See picture to the right. A couple great features with the Rightline tent # RL110907 is you can organize your camping supplies using the 4 gear pockets inside the tent. The glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls allow you find your way out of the tent at night without having to feel around in the...
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  • The Pro Series Eclipse 4 Bike Rack, # 63124, will work with your 2007 Ford Edge as long as you have a trailer hitch with a 2 inch receiver opening installed on your vehicle. We have installed this bike rack on a 2011 and a 2012 Ford Edge which are the same generation as your 2007 model. I have attached a demonstration video on the 2011 Ford Edge for you to check out. The single arm of this bike rack was designed to work with many different styles and sizes of bikes, however...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Roadmaster and he stated that the Falcon Tow Bar 5250 is compatible with the XL Base Plates, # 4408-1, for the 2011 Ford Edge. Please note that the base plates will only work if the vehicle DOES NOT have adaptive cruise control. Adaptive cruise control uses a forward facing radar that detects vehicles in front of you and adjusts the cruise control speed so that the Edge remains at a safe distance from the vehicle in front. If the vehicle does...
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  • A single kayak will not likely impose too much weight burden on your Edge roof, but its always a good idea as a starting point to double check your owners manual to confirm how much weight the roof can handle. If you would like the flexibility to add other types of roof-mount accessories then you may want to go with a roof rack system designed for your vehicle. Roof racks can accept all sorts of cargo accessories, from kayak carriers to bike racks to luggage boxes. Again, confirm...
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  • We can help you with selecting and installing a trailer brake controller in your 2014 Ford Edge SEL with factory tow package. Since you already have a working 4-pole trailer connector you will just need the controller itself plus the # ETBC7 installation kit you referenced. Your 4-pole will plug right in to the 7-way included in the installation kit and establish the ground. I recommend the Prodigy P2 proportional brake controller # 90885 from Tekonsha. This is among the most...
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