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Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring - 14,000 lbs
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Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring - 14,000 lbs

Item # CU24FR
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SecureLatch auto-locking pintle hook secures with your lunette ring without you having to latch the coupler manually. Cupped hook allows for a quiet, smooth ride. Great Prices for the best pintle hitch from CURT. Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring - 14,000 lbs part number CU24FR can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CURT Pintle Hitch - CU24FR

  • Pintle Hook - Standard
  • 2 Inch Hitch Mount
  • 14000 lbs GTW
  • CURT
  • Standard Shank

SecureLatch auto-locking pintle hook secures with your lunette ring without you having to latch the coupler manually. Cupped hook allows for a quiet, smooth ride.


  • Pintle hook lets you hook up heavy-duty trailers to your tow vehicle
    • Slides into your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Provides attachment point for your lunette ring coupler
  • Auto-locking system secures lunette ring without manual coupling
    • Lower ring down onto hook and let auto-locking latch secure
    • Install safety clip
  • Built-in, rounded backing plate helps guide ring into hitch
  • Cupped hook is designed to hold lunette ring tightly, reducing chucking and noise
    • Creates a smoother, quieter ride than standard pintle hitches
  • Integrated hooks keep safety chains from dragging
  • Cast iron construction is austempered for superior strength
  • Textured gray finish resists corrosion and provides a premium look
  • Corrosion-resistant zinc finish on hardware
  • Tethered safety pin is included
  • Hitch pin and clip or hitch lock sold separately


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Gross towing weight: 14,000 lbs
  • Dimensions: 13-3/4" long x 7-1/4" tall
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to center of pintle hook: 9"
  • Fits lunette ring couplers with a diameter of 2-1/2" or 3"
  • Limited lifetime warranty

48405 Curt Secure Latch Receiver-Mount Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 14K - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring

Video of Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring - 14,000 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook Review

What's up, everybody It's AJ with Today, we're gonna be checking out the SecureLatch Pintle Hook from Curt. Now it's gonna go in a two inch hitch, and it's gonna allow you to back your truck up to a lunette ring and get it hooked up. It's got some pretty cool features that some of the other ones don't. It's really easy to hook up and get back on the road. Let's just go ahead and check it out.

So the SecureLatch has got some premium features that I really like with this pintle hood. I've worked with a couple of different ones and this one I always come back to just because of all the things it has, so let's go over a few of those right now. We've got this part here is gonna be the main bumper. Some of the other ones don't have this, but I really like this when you're backing up to the trailer, the lunette ring can hit this and you'll feel it, and you'll know it's in the right spot so then you can park it there, and then you can start to lower it with the pin pulled here on the back, this latch, what's gonna happen is the ring's gonna go down and over this, and this is either gonna go like that and just stay in place, or it can flip completely out like that. Either way, the lunette ring will be down here, so then you just put this back into place, replace this pin, and then this won't move.

So this is gonna be there to keep that ring from popping up, along with this hook down here, helping it stay nice and in place, and keep that chucking down. Now on the sides here, you'll see there's even got loops for the safety chains, so if you do have slack in there. Let me just go ahead and show you. This isn't pulled all the way up yet, but just to give you a visual, you can put the chains on there and that just picks up any of that chain that might be hanging down. Something else I'd like to point out is just how this hook is cupped.

That's gonna help hold that lunette ring in there better and prevent it from chucking back and forth. There's a lot of complaints with these kinds of hooks that there is a little bit of movement, but you got this that goes a little bit down and a little deeper, and it's a hook with this nub at the end here that's gonna help keep that ring down in there. Some of the other ones are just kind of a nub that don't even fully come all the way up like this hook does, so it'd be stopping here and just kind of rest there, and that's when it's gonna move around and chuck. This one's gonna keep it in place. Overall construction of it is gonna be cast iron, and that's mostly all this gray part with that gray finish on there.

It's nice and textured, so I think that's gonna help it hold up to corrosion and the elements if you are to just leave it in the back of your truck all the time. Now the hardware parts that are gold are gonna be a zinc-plated coating, so those are also gonna keep from them corroding. So that's all your moving parts here, your safety chain holders, and then your pin. The SecureLatch can tow up to 14,000 pounds, so just keep that in mind when you're thinking about what trailer you're gonna use this with, and what you're gonna haul on that trailer. Now, another thing is it does not come with a pin and clip. I recommend getting the etrailer Locking Hitch Pin. It's gonna have a barrel lock on one side and you can just keep turning it, and that's gonna protect people from picking in the lock or trying to mess with it. It's gonna make it way harder to do that. All right, so now we're just gonna go ahead, throw the truck in reverse, and back it up, and hook up that lunette ring. Now we're at the trailer, we're gonna lower the lunette ring onto our pintle hook, and you can kind of see how that latch works. And now with it lowered into place, I'm gonna flip this latch back over, put our pin back in. Just got to line up that hole, just like that, and now it's secured in place. Now with it all hooked up, I can go ahead and run the safety chains. Put those in place on the hitch and we'll get rid of some of that slack. Looks like we can get rid of it a little bit more actually. There we go. Overall, like I said before, I really like this pintle hook. It's got a lot of features, just little things that really made this easier than some of the other ones we've done today. Just, I know I said it before, but backing into this bumper, with that lunette ring was so helpful. Just so I could slowly back it up. I knew I had it about right. Hit that, knew it was in the right position. I can just throw the truck in park and then lower it down. And it was no time to get it set up and now we can get hauling. Well, thanks for hanging out, and I hope this helped..

Customer Reviews

Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches - 2-1/2" or 3" Lunette Ring - 14,000 lbs - CU24FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

SecureLatch auto-locking pintle hook secures with your lunette ring without you having to latch the coupler manually. Cupped hook allows for a quiet, smooth ride.


I don't feel like this is a secure latching system. when I installed it I felt like the weight of the load could cause this latching mechanism to fail. I have no proof of this and I have not used these pineal hooks prior. I ended up getting one that completely closes around the lunette ring.


I can’t wait to see how this product will help me save time in the future.





See what our Experts say about this CURT Pintle Hitch

  • Shorter Pintle Hook Needed for Trailer Jack Clearance While Towing on Hills
    The shortest pintle hook option we have is the Curt SecureLatch Pintle Hook for 2" Hitches # CU24FR which measures 9" from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the pintle hook. Please note that you need to make sure that your trailer is sitting level when you are towing it so your best solution might be a pintle hook that has a rise. I have attached a helpful article you can reference for more information on this. Another solution for you might be to swap out the jack on your...
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