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6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, 2-1/2"

6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, 2-1/2"

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Draw-Tite Accessories and Parts

  • Wiring
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Draw-Tite
  • 6 Round
  • 7 Round


  • Designed for 6 and 7-Way Connectors
  • For Use with all Hitches with 2-1/2" Square Cross Tubes
  • Compact and Professional Appearance
  • Corrosion Resistant Materials
  • Easy Installation on New or Prewired Vehicles
  • Includes Screws to Mount the Connector
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118156 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, 2-1/2"

Item # 18156





Video of 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, 2-1/2"

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Draw-Tite 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box Review

Hi there, haulers. Today we're gonna be taking a look at Draw-Tite's 6- or 7-way Mounting Box. These are available in either a 2 1/2 inch width, which is great for smaller hitches that have a 2 to 2 1/2 inch span, and also ones with a 3 inch, which is what we have here. We used the 2 1/2 today on this one, and you can see there is a larger version here for those thicker, larger hitches. And this is what our unit looks like when it's installed. Now at first, you might be looking at this on the website, 'cause I had the same feeling where I was like, this is kind of a plastic, kinda looks a little bit lower-end compared to a lot of metal brackets, but all in all, it really is a pretty sweet deal.

You get everything you need to mount up a 7-way. It comes with the included clamp. It's a completely no-drill solution. And the kinda black finish on it, you can see it, it looks exactly like the same finish as your 7-way. It really matches with the back of the vehicles a lot of times.

This color really looks like a lot of bumpers that are out there. So it really kinda almost gives it a factory look. And I like the way that it keeps it tucked under nice, tight, and neat. And we don't have any wiring showing. With a lot of the other solutions out there, where you're trying to add a 7-way to your vehicle., and it didn't originally have one, you're often having to take multiple brackets and get them together to get a solution that works.

This is really cool. This is a really cheap and good-looking solution that's also extremely economical and it's the only piece you need to get that thing mounted up. And if you're an electrical guy, you probably are concerned about water pooling up in here and corroding our wires. Here at the bottom we have a small drain hole. So you can ensure that, in any of those wet conditions or if you're in an area where you get a lot of humidity where you're worried about condensation building up on the inside, corroding your wiring, it's all gonna drain out the bottom.

You're gonna get plenty of airflow up in there to dry that out. And if you're wondering about clearance, we've got our trailer connector here. Open it up, and you can see we can easily get this plugged in here without any problem. And that helps just keep our wiring nice and neat here at the back of our vehicle. We've got a nice cover here. With many of your 7-way connectors, if you're adding one to the vehicle, you have to use a no-drill clamp to get it onto your hitch, then you have to use another 7-way bracket which extends it down. And all those things bring that 7-way further to the rear of the vehicle and also low down on the vehicle. This can help keep it closer up off the ground 'cause of its angled design here, and we don't need any additional brackets, such as no-drill brackets. It's kind of an all-in-one solution here. So I do like this. It's got everything that you need all in one. It keeps your connector and everything, nice and neat. And I kinda liked the way that the connector does go in at this direction. It kinda keeps all your wiring kinda towards the center of the vehicle. So all of your wiring going to your trailer can stay nice and neat. Now I will say one of the things that I found when installing this bracket is that the hole here at the front is completely enclosed. There's no slots in it so you can slide your wires in. That means you're gonna have to have those wires slid in here, inside your bracket, before you go to hook 'em up and everything. So mounting this is really gonna occur during installation in most cases. Whereas some of the competitors do you have slots so you could have everything wired and then realize, "Oh no I don't have a mounting solution," and just slide the wires through the slit and get it mounted up. So that's a little thing that I don't care particularly much for, but everything else really surprised me on how nice the quality of this little bracket here is. So if you follow along with us, we'll show you how we got it installed today. The best time to put your 7-way mounting bracket on is when putting on your 7-way connector and getting everything mounted up. If we look at our bracket here, we've got our opening here where our wires pass through and our connector will attach to. On the backside, we have a cutout here that our wiring sits in which allows the wiring to pass through to connect to the vehicle while this connect, while this whole box is mounted up here. So just kind of depends on your 7-way, on how it mounts. If you're using a kit where it plugs into existing 4-pole wiring, you're gonna wanna make sure that you mount the 7-way in this box first. If you're using a more traditional 7-way where you can actually take the wires out of the back, you could feed those through the back of the box here and make your connections and already have your bracket mounted up. So since we're using a style that plugs into existing 4-pole, we're gonna be sliding our wires through here first, and then we're gonna use the included screws to attach our 7-way to the box. If we look at our box here, we do have multiple mounting holes located around the box and that allows it to work with both a 6- or a 7-way connector. So we'll just line up the holes in our bracket with the holes in our 7-way connector and then we'll attach those screws down. So we just lined 'em up. I got each one started. I do recommend starting each one first because each manufacturer has slight variances in their hole locations. So just due to those manufacturer variances, you might need to start them first 'cause they might look like they're just ever so slightly off. And that's fairly common with different manufacturers and different brands. They have subtle variances. But you can see that if you start each one individually, we can then just draw them down, and it'll hold it tight inside of our bracket. The entire bracket's made of a composite housing so it does have a little bit of flex and give to it to allow it to properly conform to your hitch and to your 7-pole. So now that we've got our bracket mounted up, I went ahead and finished wiring up our 7-way. So all of our connections are made up there. Now I took the clamp that comes included with your kit. You can see I slid it through the slot on each side. I also made sure that the screw end here is facing towards the front of the vehicle so we can hide it behind the hitch. We're then just gonna take this clamp and it's just gonna slide around our hitch. And then the other end just wraps right around into the band clamp. We'll then push the screw end down and then we can snug that up using either a flathead screwdriver or an eight millimeter socket. And as you're snugging it down, sometimes you do have to take the clamp and just kinda twist it like this, so that way we can get our socket back on it. 'Cause it does kinda rotate around as you're trying to tighten it. And you do wanna check here at the back. Make sure you're not pinching your wiring against the hitch. It needs to go through that little cutout opening. And this is a composite bracket, so we don't wanna over-tighten it. You can see that it's on there, nice and snug. And we can easily lift this open and be able to make our connections right here. The excess clamp that you've got here from the band clamp you can either fold up, which is kind of my most recommended method, is just fold that extra piece up. You could also trim it off, but when you trim this clamp the edges typically are very sharp. So you wanna likely file those down if you do trim it. That's why I just like to fold it up. It keeps any sharp edges from forming. And that completes our look at Draw-Tite's 6- and 7-way Connector Mounting Box..


Customer Reviews

6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, 2-1/2" - 18156

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (46 Customer Reviews)


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It is plastic, much rather it be metal but for the price it is what it is and the plastic is thick enough that it should stand up to some abuse. It fit the hitch bar fine and does provide a slight friction fit to keep it on the bar. The clamp leaves a lot to be desired though. You would be much better off just getting a stainless steel hose clamp and replacing the one it comes with or a sturdy cable tie. The socket fit in fine though the screws provided were not the best and I ended up using some stainless panhead screws.



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I attached this to the hitch I bought from etrailer.com. My hitch is up tight under the bumper fascia and I installed this item on the square cross bar on the driver side. This arrangement makes both the hitch and the RV receptacle out of sight when looking at the rear of my Town & Country mini-van.



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I purchased this to restore the 7-way recreational trailer connector. The previous owner had cut off the factory connector box and connector. This box mounts directly to the hitch's support tube and is slightly angled outwards to provide suburb clearance. Works great!



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I recently installed the 4-pole to 7-pole adapter on my 2015 Highlander. My first install worked OK, but I ran into a ground clearance issue using the original mounting location. Etrailer suggested using a 2 1/2" mounting box to relocated the connector. Part number 18156 worked perfectly.



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Bought this and did not use on vehicle. I do have on on another vehicle and it works great. I have already submitted pictures of that installation to etrailer


Comments
It is still in my basement. Did not need to use it.
Chiefh - 11/03/2020


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This product was recomended as an additional part for a Honda Pilot wiring kit but it was not useful at all. It did not even fit in the space behind the plug because the spare tire is in the way. This should be taken off the recommended accessory list for the trailer wiring kit.


Comments
This product is meant to be attached on the front side of aftermarket hitches. It should not be used on the back of the hitch. If it is an OEM hitch, there may not even be a way to properly attach it since many OEM hitches are integrated as the bumper structure.
-- Etrailer Expert Patrick B - 04/18/2013


- 18156
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This is a great mounting unit for the 7-pin trailer connector! The side-angle mount keeps your plug under the bumper and is tucked away so nothing hits it, potentially disconnecting trailer electric from the tow vehicle. I like it so much I now have 2 of them!



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This is a very good replacement option for a seven way connector on a low hanging trailer hitch. Installed on a Lexus rx300 that had the seven way torn off because of the low mounting. This brought the connector up even with the hitch, works well and easily installed.



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good service ,good price.good to do business with you.



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Make sure to measure ur hitch but this thing worked perfect on my 96 Cherokee with factory plug also etrailer has good shipping on small items too



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Excellent accessory clean tight fit!



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Easy install, great part



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Good kit for the price. The only problem I had was finding vehicle specific directions for the Honda Ridgeline as the ones included were for the Pilot.



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This trailer connecting box mount fits well and holds securely My socket cover now sits under the bumper out of the elements. The previous mount I had held the connector at an angle, water built up and rusted the bottom 2 connectors. This one sits nice and level.



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Used this bracket to replace one that mounted below the crossbar of the hitch, which made it too low. This will allow the plug in to be as high as the crossbar and won't drag in driveways, entrances, etc. Works great, mounts easy.



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I ordered about 5 products from you last week, mid week, and they were on my doorstep in perfect condition by Saturday! Nothing on backorder, and packed well into 2 boxes. Also, i appreciate the status emails and follow up. Thanks Etrailer, Great job!



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Great company, friendly service, great easy website information


Comments
Fit great and still looks great
Russ - 08/27/2020


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As advertised [thumbs up]



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did exactly what it was supposed to do. sturdy and easy to install.



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Will make my trailer connection look much better than a flat bracket. Neatness & looks are impotant to me.



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I received an email saying one of the items I ordered, was not in stock, I was given a choice to take an alternative item, which would have worked just fine, I chose to wait for the exact item. To my surprise it came to the house two days after being told I would have to wait. My whole order took just short of a week to get, even having to wait for a part not presently in stock. All the stuff I ordered was in perfect condition, and properly packed. Very satisfied with your service and price. Thanks, Doug P.



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Good price and delivery...product as ad vertised.



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This mounting box was a bit more 'plastic-y' than I was expecting. And the hose-clamp was initially difficult to tighten up... but once I got it installed and tightened down, it was more sturdy than I was initially expecting. For the price, it seems like a good value.



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Product is excellent


Comments
Perfect
Denis K - 10/20/2018



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The Mounting Box was as expected and works fine. The shipping was reasonable and arrived quickly. I am very pleased with this purchase.


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Ask the Experts about this Draw-Tite Accessories and Parts

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    It really just depends on the person if you want it remounted or not. Some people may not be concerned with it while others are, such as yourself. If the 2-1/2" is a concern for you then you may want to use something like the Draw-Tite Bracket # 18156 which mounts directly to the trailer hitch. It may require the connector to be oriented in a slightly different way but it should put the connector behind the receiver of your vehicle.
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    None of the trailer connector mounting options we offer are vehicle specific, so finding a way to attach the connector to the vehicle could involve some trial and error. If you have access to the hitch crosstube, you can use a mounting box like part # 18156. Another option would be a no-drill bracket like # C57202 attached to the crosstube, and then you would use a bracket like part # 18138 to attach the 7-way connector to the no-drill bracket. I have also seen instances where folks...
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    We have plastic boxes for mounting a trailer connector like the part # 18156 but none that are made of metal. Plastic would actually be better though since it wouldn't corrode over time or potentially scrape the paint of the hitch off which would allow for additional corrosion. For a metal 7-way socket to fit this the part # PK12703 would be a great option as well. Then for a 7-way that you could install on your trailer that comes with a junction box you would want the part # e99011....
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  • Mounting Bracket Options For 4-Way Trailer Connectors
    We do offer a couple of mounting boxes for 4-way flat connectors, but the style differs from the Draw-Tite Bracket, part # 18156. You can check out part # RP74641 and part # HM48755. These are designed to protect your 4-way flat connector. I have attached links to our product pages that list the mounting brackets we have for 4-way round and 4-way flat trailer connectors.
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    I went out into our warehouse and measured the cross tubes of both the Curt # 12038 and the Draw Tite # 36311 and found that they have cross tubes that measure 2-1/2 inches by 1-1/2 inches. The 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, part # 18156, could be installed onto one of these hitches, but I do not believe it is your best option as you would have to install the mount on the bottom of the cross tube. I would recommend you use a 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box for...
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    The mounting bracket part # 18156 that you referenced will allow the 7-way of the # ETBC7 to attach to it. This would fit your # C13200 as well. Since you have a 4-way already all you would need to convert it to a 7-way and install a brake controller is the part # ETBC7. For a brake controller I would recommend the Prodigy P2 Brake Controller part # 90885. This is our best selling brake controller because of how well it works and how easy it is to setup. This is a proportional brake...
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  • Dimensions of the 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box
    The 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box, part number 18156, is 4-7/8 inches long by 4 inches high and has a 2 inch diameter hole for mounting the 6 or 7-way connector. There is a cutout in the rear of the unit for the wiring to pass through when it is mounted. Includes screws for mounting the connector and a steel hose clamp to secure the mounting box to the hitch.
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  • Will Draw-Tite 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box 18156 Fit Hidden Hitch 87568
    Draw-Tite 6 and 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Box # 18156 will install on almost any hitch's 2-1/2-inch (or smaller) square crosstube using the adjustable ring clamp that is included. It will fit fine on Draw-Tite Class III hitch # 36493 which is a confirmed fit for your 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon.
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    The Tekonsha Honda Replacement OEM Tow Package Wiring # 118253 referenced in your question is confirmed to fit your 2013 Honda Ridgeline and it will be a quick and easy installation. This will upgrade the 4-way flat on your Ridgeline to a 7-way connector. I have attached the installation details for you to check out and also included an image of the fuse instructions. We do not yet have an installation video on your vehicle but the process should be similar to the Honda Pilot demonstration...
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  • 7-Way Trailer Connector Mounting Bracket for Curt Trailer Hitch with 3 Inch Square Cross Tube
    I spoke with my contact at Curt and trailer hitch # C15324 has a 3 inch x 3 inch cross tube. Mounting bracket # 18156 would not fit. Bracket # 18159 would be the better option since it does not reach around 3 sides of the tube, just 2. I have linked a video showing installation to the right.
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    The Curt hitch part # C13146 that you referenced is going to sit below the rear bumper unlike the factory hitch option that comes out through the lower fascia of the bumper. For a 7-way bracket that would attach to the 2 inch hitch tube of the Curt hitch you would want the part # 18156.
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    Yes, we have the Draw Tite hitch part # 75225 which is a fit for your 2017 Honda Pilot EX-L AWD and would work very well. I attached an install video for more info on how it installs as well. For trailer wiring you'd then want the part # 118286 which is a confirmed fit as well. If you wanted to do some towing you might be interested in 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 drop....
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    You will need Tow Ready wiring harness # 118253 for your 2009 Honda Pilot EX. The # 118265 harness you referenced is a fit for the 2011 and 2012 Pilot models and will not work on the 2009 models. The # 18156 7-Way mounting box will give you an easy mounting option, as it just straps directly to the trailer hitch on the vehicle. I am including a link to the installation instructions for the # 118253 wiring for you to reference, as well as some general information on wiring for towing...
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