Adjustable trailer receiver hitch designed for use on RVs can be bolted to the vehicle frame or welded on for a no-drill application. Lowest Prices for the best Specialty Trailer Hitches from Curt. Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide part number 13703 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide


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Retail:$535.67

Price:$299.95


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Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide

Curt Specialty Trailer Hitches

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Code:   13703

Retail:$535.67

Price:$299.95

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Curt Specialty Trailer Hitches - 13703

Adjustable trailer receiver hitch designed for use on RVs can be bolted to the vehicle frame or welded on for a no-drill application.

Curt Class III Adjustable 72" Wide RV Receiver Hitch and Side Mounting Brackets


Features:

  • Universal hitch designed for use on RVs and motorhomes
  • Heavy duty frame side brackets are separate parts to allow you maximum adjustability
    • Frame brackets with hitch tube mounts slide along hitch body to match exactly the width of your vehicle frame before being secured in place
    • Side brackets fit frames from 22" all the way up to 72" wide
    • Versatile brackets are able to be used on various vehicle frame styles - Box frame, C-Channel frame, or I-Beam frame
    • Separate frame brackets allow you to position the tube mounts toward the front or rear, putting the hitch body in the best location for clearance
  • Hardware included
  • Black powder coat finish resists rust and corrosion
  • Strong, secure all-frame attachment
  • Solid construction for maximum strength and safety
  • Not for use with a weight distribution system
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Warning: All non-trailer loads (bike racks, cargo carriers, etc.) applied to this product must be supported by auxiliary stabilizing straps. For use with RV-approved accessories only.


Specs:

  • 72" wide trailer hitch receiver
  • 2" square receiver opening
  • 1/4" thick brackets
    • Side brackets can be bolted or welded onto hitch and vehicle frame
    • Side brackets fit frames from a minimum of 22" to a maximum of 72"
    • Versatile side brackets can be used on a Box, C-Channel, or I-Beam frame
  • Capacity ratings: GTW up to 3,500 lbs and TW up to 350 lbs

Note: The main hitch body tube can be trimmed so the ends are flush with the frame brackets. After trimming, coat the bare metal with paint to protect against rust and corrosion.

Warning: If welding this hitch, all welding surfaces must be cleaned to bare metal or weld will not be the required strength and may void the warranty.

13703 Curt Class III Adjustable RV Hitch

Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch

13703 Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide







Video of Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide


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



Video Transcript for Trailer Hitch Installation - Ameri-Lite Gulf Stream Trailer - Curt

Today on our hitch mounted pull behind camper well be installing the Curt adjustable width trailer hitch receiver, part number 13703. Before we can secure the hitch to the trailer we need to go ahead and slide the side brackets onto the receiver tube and mount it into place. Its a good idea to have an extra set of hands to help you put your hitch into position. To hold it into position you can use jacks, clamps, or even blocks of wood so that it will hold it into place so that it will allow you to use the hitch as a template to pre-drill the attachment points. Were working with a box channel so well be using all six attachment points on each side. Therell be four on the side of the frame and two in the bottom.

To drill out your holes in the frame well be using the step bit process. First well use our final size bit to determine the center point and use smaller bits as a pilot bit as we gradually work our way up to our final size. There as weve completed our first hole well now go ahead and repeat the same process for the other five attachment points here on the passenger side and then the complete process starts over over on the drivers side. Now that weve used the hitch as a template, drilled out the four side frame holes, well need to go ahead and drill a hole into the frame so that we can install the hardware. For this hardware well be drilling an inch and a half using our hole saw bit.

Well do this on the inside of the frame near the cross member or brace. Now weve got our hole saw set up well go ahead and use it to make a mark and then well drill out the pilot hole. Now with the pilot hole drilled out well go ahead and drill out the large hole with our hole saw bit. Now with that done we can go ahead and start installing the hardware. Well be using the hardware provided with our install kit which will be a half inch carriage bolt, two blocks per bolt, and a half inch flange nut.

Well also be using the pull wire provided with our install kit to help us get the hardware into the frame. Well take our pull wire feed it through the attachment point and out the access hole. Now well go ahead and slide on our block and thread on our carriage bolt. Next well feed both the block and carriage bolt into the frame separately and pull them into position. Once into position well go ahead and slide on another block and secure it all with a half inch flange nut.

Once we have them all in place well go ahead and tighten them down. Next well go ahead and draw out the two bottom attachment points for this application. Note these are not always used in all applications; however we have the clearance so were going to go ahead and use them. Just as we did our side frame attachment points well go ahead and drill out the bottom two attachment points, add our hardware, and tighten it down. Next well go ahead and repeat the same process on the drivers side. Well need to go ahead and drill out the holes for the attachment points between the side bracket and the cross tube. Once again well be using the step bit process making the holes large enough as per the instructions to feed our hardware in through the attachment points. With my first hole drilled out I can go ahead and take my black and bolt and feed it directly into position without the pull wire since its near the end of the cross tube and brace. With the bolt in place well go ahead again and add our block and secure it with a flange nut. Now well go ahead and drill out the second hole which will be on the bottom side of our bracket through the cross tube. With the hole drilled out well go ahead and feed our pull wire through the attachment point out the end of the tube, slide on our block, and thread on our carriage bolt. Now well go ahead and feed them into the tube and pull them into position. Well add our block and again secure it with the flange nut. Now with all the hardware in place well go ahead and tighten it down. Next well go ahead and torque each fastener to specification as indicated in the instructions. With that done thatll complete the install of our adjustable width trailer receiver hitch, part number 13703.




Customer Reviews

Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22" to 72" Wide - 13703

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (26 Customer Reviews)

Adjustable trailer receiver hitch designed for use on RVs can be bolted to the vehicle frame or welded on for a no-drill application.


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by: Paul S.05/05/2014


The product, shipping and customer service were great. Don't expect this to be a 1 hour job though unless everything is prepped. I installed on a Jayco 243 5er with a boxed frame. Some trimming of water tank cover required. Also found on this 2 in wide frame that trimming the bolts by 3/8 in. helped in fishing the bolts through. One person install, just a little longer than planned. Good heavy duty unit. 129031





Comments

Excellant. 10000 miles towing a jeep with no problems. Highly recommend this product.

Paul S - 05/08/2015

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by: Rich T.04/14/2015


This is a very well made hitch that fit perfectly except it takes a lot longer to install buy your self then what the manufacture said. they say 90 minutes, how about 6 hours to do it right plus, a extra 3 hours dealing with the belly pan & insulation removal & installation, wiring for the plug which all takes time to do it right. Great heavy duty product made in the USA. 185098






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by: Al B.06/11/2014


Good product; not so good installation instructions. Bolt length a bit long; access hole of 1.5 inches a bit narrow making it almost impossible to fish bolts through 2 X 4 rectangular tubing. I was a bit at fault in not checking the dimensions of the side plates. If the hitch is installed as indicated, realize that trailer clearance will be drastically reduced. 135039






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by: Steve B12/25/2013


Very easy to install once you get the underbelly out of the way. I had to cut the 4" square factory bumper off to allow for clearance of the receiver. This hitch is very solid, hardware is good, and the powder coated finish is nice. You can't beat etrailer, they have never let me down, always shipped quickly, price is always competitive. 111113






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by: Mike S07/17/2014


The receiver hitch could not have fit better if it had been custom made for my fifth wheel. Every part was right on, even the lock washer for the bolts were ingenious Thank you. Also orderd and received a wiring harness for my RV and it was perfect 141795






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by: SHAWN03/29/2012


JUST AS DESCRIBED!!! PRETTY BASIC AND STRAIGHT FORWARD TO PUT ON... CUSTOMER SERVICE IS EASY TO DEAL WITH 35464





Comments

Could you drill all the way through the frame and use longer bolts,so you dont have to drill the access holes.

comment by: Orv S - 03/12/2014


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It would really be best not to drill straight through. Keeping the drill bit straight from one side of the box frame to the other would not be easy. If the bolt sits at an angle, it would not have as good of a hold on the hitch flanges. Additionally, it is typically better for the frame to drill less holes, even if one of those holes is a larger access hole.

Patrick B - 3/14/2014




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by: Charlie T.04/14/2015


Item arrived as scheduled and just as described, who can ask for anything more. Installation was as easy as directions portrayed except for the ab workout that comes along with drilling the holes, haha. 185087






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by: Al D05/05/2015


Thanks for the fast shipping never got something so fast. I put it on myself it took about 3 hrs if I had help it would of be faster. I have a wild cat 5th wheel it look great and works great. Thanks 190401






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by: Jennifer W.05/31/2014


Etrailer shipped quickly, called to confirm my order and were great! Unfortunately we decided not to use hitch but for no reason relating to its quality. Good quality. Great instructions! 133542






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by: Robert B03/19/2015


I had it modified at fab shop due to location of holding tank. I knew this when I placed my order. Out come was perfect. I am 100% satisfied. Very heavy duty product. 179639






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by: wbag06/19/2014


As always, quick shipment, great service, great price. It is always a pleasure to buy from a company that has great people, service, and good products. 136654






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by: Gary and Linda L.05/06/2015


Better than expected. Very well made and so happy we ordered it. Will definitely keep your site available for future purchases 190803






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by: FXK05/21/2014


Installed on my 2014 Jayco HT fifth wheel. I had to trim the mounting brackets some but other than that it fit great! 131725






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by: Glenn S.08/16/2013


great product... just as described on web site!! all parts shipped and instructions very clear!!! thanks etrailer 95500






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by: Robert04/08/2013


This product has made it easy to add a hitch to my fifth wheel without extensive additions to the trailer frame. 74987






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by: Richard A03/25/2015


I was very happy with this hitch. Had great service would recommend e-trailer to my friends and family 180920






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by: john e12/07/2012


Order arrived when it was supposed to customer service was great I will order from trailer again 60869






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by: Jim Hudson09/23/2011


Took 4 hours to install. Have a tube type frame. Drilled and installed 4" bolts. Looks great. 24430






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by: Daniel03/03/2013


The service I received from Mark and Kim was excellent and the product worked great! 68496






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by: Randy Poulton04/06/2011


its perfect and i want to thank for getting it to me so fast again thank you 11227






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by: mark becker11/13/2012


this hitch worked great, thanks for a great product 59416






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by: carls07/01/2014


good product very strong and easy to in stall. 138627






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by: rob07/03/2014


Worked great, just what was looking for. 139019






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by: Jeff02/26/2015


Great company and product!! Thx 176182






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by: Bob04/23/2015


nice sturdy unit. 187621






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by: Rick M03/30/2011


Quick delivery 10684




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  • We do offer some frame mounted RV hitches, which you can see by clicking the provided link. To determine which hitch would work best, you will need to measure the distance between your frame members, measured from the outside of one frame member to the outside of the other. If this distance is between 47-71 inches, the Hidden Hitch # 82201 would be my recommendation. There are a few things to be aware of when using an RV mounted hitch like this: 1) The hitch itself is rated for...
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  • Recommendation for Carrying Bikes While Towing a Pop Up Camper Trailer
  • The Curt Multipurpose ball mount, # D210, is the only dual purpose ball mount we carry that is approved for towing. If you used it, it sounds like you would be towing the trailer high by 3-3/4 inches, which is not too bad, but could lead to trailer sway. The other option is to put a bike rack on the camper itself. You can do this a few different ways. First, you could use the Swagman Mighty Rack, # S80550. This rack attaches to the top of the camper. I have included some informational...
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  • Options for Carrying 4 Bikes and Towing a Tent Trailer
  • We offer 3 towing bike racks that will allow you to carry 4 bikes and tow your tent trailer. They are the Swagman Original Bike Rack, # S64675, the Swagman XP Bike Rack, # S64975, and the Swagman Trailhead 4 Bike Rack, # S63390. I have attached links to each of these products for you to check out. There are a few things to keep in mind when using a towing bike rack. First, you should note the tongue weight capacity of the bike rack and make sure the tongue weight of your trailer and...
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for Use Behind a Travel Trailer
  • Only certain bike racks can be used on the back of a travel trailer and I have included a link to them for you. The SportRack spare tire bike rack, # SR2813, is not rated for use behind a trailer. What I recommend is installing a trailer hitch on the trailer using # 13703. It fits box frames, C-Channel, and I-Beam frames. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. With this hitch installed you would need to use a stabilization strap, # 18050, with a bike rack....
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  • Weld On Versus Bolt On Hitch Receiver for Use with Bike Racks and Cargo Carriers on RVs
  • In my opinion you are going in the right direction with a frame mounted receiver. The only advantage to a weld on application is that, if welded properly, the attachment point, weld, will be stronger than the hitch or trailer frame steel and one of those two would have to fail before the weld would break. Bolt on installations are easier to install and are rated for the same capacities as most of the weld on models, and many of the hitches offer both options. For bike racks and cargo...
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  • Will a Receiver Hitch Work on an I-Beam Frame on My 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I do not believe the 82201 Multi-Fit Motor Home Hitch is the best option for your I-beam frame. We have an adjustable width trailer hitch for the RV, part number 13703, that would most likely work better. With this hitch you would be able to install the brackets on the inside of the I-beam and would have 6 bolts holding it in place providing a much larger mounting surface than the other hitch. The distance from the bend in the mounting plates where it sits on the I-beam to the top of...
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  • Recommendation for a Trailer Hitch for a Jayco 27.5 RKS Fifth Wheel Trailer with I-Beam Frame
  • We do have an RV mount trailer hitch that is designed to be compatible with I-beam trailer frames. It is the Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703. This hitch fits frames from 22 inches wide to 72 inches wide and will fit box, c-channel, and I-beam frame styles. This hitch can also be bolted or welded on. If you choose to weld it on, any welding should be done by a qualified professional welder. I have included a link to the installation instructions for this hitch for you to view.
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  • RV Mounted Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2004 Montana 5th Wheel Trailer
  • We have numerous RV and travel trailer hitches available, but the most versatile one would have to be the Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703. This trailer hitch will fit on frames ranging from 22 inches wide to 72 inches wide. It will also fit on box frames, C-channel frames, or I-Beam frames. And, the side brackets can be welded or bolted on. The hitch has a tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds, so it will be able to hold the weight of your 200 pound generator and...
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  • Bumper Mounted Hitch Recommendation to Tow a Small Trailer and a Golf Cart
  • The main purpose of the Swagman Bumper Mount Adapter, # S64025, is to carry a bike rack behind your RV and it should not be used for towing. Instead, I would recommend installing a universal RV trailer hitch like the Curt Adjustable Trailer Hitch, # 13703, if you are looking for a hitch for an RV. This hitch will fit frames 22 inches to 72 inches wide and it has a 3,500 lb towing capacity and a 350 lb tongue weight capacity. For a bumper mounted receiver, you can look at the Curt...
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  • Trailer Hitch for a 5th Wheel Trailer with 71 Inch Frame Width
  • For your 5th wheel trailer we have a couple of hitch options that will work with your frame design and width. First, the most popular option is # 13703. it will fit your box frame and can be bolted or welded on (welding should be done by a qualified professional). It will fit frame widths up to 72 inches wide (measured on the outsides). I have linked a video showing an example installation. The second option is Hidden Hitch trailer hitch # 82201. It fits frame widths up to 71 inches....
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  • Spare Tire Mount Recommendation for Trailers with Limited Frame Space
  • We do have a couple different spare tire mount options for you to check out. You could go with the Spare Tire Carrier for E-Track Systems, # RA-16HST, that you referenced, but you will also need an E-Track rail. For this I recommend the 4 ft Vertical E-Track, # E19146. The E-track system was primarily designed to be installed inside of an enclosed trailer, but you could install it on the outside of the trailer if you would like. I do not recommend installing it on the side of the trailer...
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  • Recommendation for Carrying a Trailer Hitch Mount Cargo Carrier on a Truck or Trailer
  • I have a solution for you that you may find better than putting a hitch on the back of the trailer. Take a look at CURT Multipurpose Ball Mount, # D210. With this ball mount, you would be able to tow the trailer with the ball mount portion and carrier a cargo carrier on the top receiver portion, provided that the combined tongue weight of the trailer, cargo carrier, and generator does not exceed 750 pounds, and the total weight placed in the ball mount receiver does not exceed 350 lbs. The...
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  • Does Curt RV Trailer Hitch # 13703 Require a Support Strap
  • When using Curt Class I and II 1-1/4-inch trailer hitches and some Class III hitches, such as the Curt Adjustable Width RV Trailer Hitch # 13703 you referenced, you will need to use a stabilizer strap like the Curt Stabilizer Strap # 18050 on items such as bike racks, cargo carriers, etc., or else the warranty Curt provides will be voided. The Curt hitch features a 3500-lb GTW and a 350-lb tongue weight with side brackets that fit frames from 22- to 72-inches wide. The purpose of the...
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  • Can the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Be Used to Tow a Trailer and Carry Bike On a Bike Rack
  • The Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receivers, like the # RM-077-4 that you referenced, are not designed for use with any type of trailer. They are designed for use with tow bars only. I would recommend installing a hitch on the back of your RV. If your RV has a 4 x 4 inch continuous-welded steel bumper, you could use the RV Bumper 2 inch Trailer Hitch Receiver, item # S64025, along with a bike rack that is designed for use behind an RV. The Swagman XP 3 Bike Rack, item # S64910-2, would be a...
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  • How Does Curt Adjustable Trailer Hitch # 13703 Mount to an I-Beam Trailer Frame
  • The way the Curt Trailer Hitch, # 13703, mounts to an I-Beam frame is that the top bracket on either side of the hitch attaches to the middle, vertical part of the frame. It sounds as if at that point you have 74 inches. If that is the case then this hitch is not long enough. I have included a link to the installation instructions that show where it attaches for you to view. What you may be able to do is have a hitch fabricated using some of our fabrications parts. I have included a...
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  • Trailer Hitch Options for a Casita Travel Trailer
  • I did some research on the Casita travel trailers and after speaking with Casita, I found that the bumper on the Casita travel trailers were not designed to support any additional weight due to its construction. They also said they do not recommend mounting a hitch or any other type of accessory such as a bike rack or cargo carrier on the bumper. One option that may work for you is a frame mount trailer hitch such as the Curt Adjustable Width Hitch, # 13703. This is a universal RV style...
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  • Availability of a Trailer Hitch to Fit a 72 Inch Wide Frame on a Keystone Passport Travel Trailer
  • The widest RV style specialty trailer hitch we have is the Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703. The max width frame this trailer hitch will fit is 72 inches. This is a bolt on or weld on trailer hitch. If you need to have it welded on, it should be done by a qualified welder in a shop that works on trailers. I have included a link to the installation details below. If you are able to install this hitch on your Keystone Passport, make sure that you use a bike rack rated for...
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  • Can Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver # 13703 Be Mounted on a Pop-Up for a Bike Rack
  • The hitch would fit and successfully bolt or weld to your pop up trailer (welding should be done by a qualified professional). However, you will want to check the trailer owners manual or the manufacturer to determine if a hitch can be mounted to it for a bike rack. Only certain bike racks are rated for use behind a trailer and I have linked them for you. If you find you can use the hitch, I have included a link to the installation details for you. CURT does require the use of stabilization...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2002 Ford E-450 RV Cutaway Motor Home
  • The only hitch that is going to work for a 2002 Ford E-450 RV cutaway model is a multi-fit motor home hitch like # 13703. Measure the outside to outside frame distance. If it is 22 to 72 inches wide you can use this hitch. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view.
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  • Measurements for Adjustable RV Trailer Hitch 13703
  • I have obtained the measurements you have requested On the mounting brackets, the holes measure 7-1/2 inches in length and 2 inches in height (center of the hole to center). From where the bracket attaches to the frame to the top of the receiver tube, it is 6-1/8 inches. You requested a height clearance measurement; however, with this measurement, you will be able to measure your own frame and where it would clear the ground. From the back of the receiver tube to front of the...
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  • Curt Stabilizing Strap for Adjustable Width RV Hitch # 13703
  • Per the warranty of the Curt # 13703, a stabilizing strap like part # 18050 would need to be used for hitch accessories like bike racks or cargo carriers. The strap is designed to provide additional support for the hitch mounted accessory. Curt has the same warranty stipulation on the majority of their Class I and II passenger vehicle hitches. Finding a place to attach the hook on the end of the strap is usually pretty simply, but can be more difficult with a motorhome. There are other...
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  • Trailer Hitch Options to Use a Cargo Carrier on a Jay Feather M 218 Travel Trailer
  • We have several different trailer hitch options that will allow you to use a cargo carrier on your Jay Feather M218 trailer. You must keep in mind that there is significantly more bouncing at the back of the trailer and because of this we recommend taking extra precautions when using a cargo carrier behind a trailer or RV. If you want to use a bumper mounted hitch like the Ultra-Fab Bumper Mount Hitch, # UF35-946401, you will first want to verify the weight capacity of your trailers...
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  • Recommendation for a Camper Trailer Hitch and Bike Rack for a Coleman Yuma and a Ford Escape
  • The only option for carrying bikes on your trailer and your vehicle that we have is a frame mounted hitch. Because of the C channel bumper on your trailer the Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver for RVs, 22 inches to 72 inches Wide, item # 13703, would be the best option to allow the use of a bike rack that will work with the camper and your Ford Escape. You will need to be sure to purchase a bike rack that is rated for use behind a trailer. We have the Swagman XC2 Wheel Mount Bike...
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  • Hitch Options for Open Range 399BHS Travel Trailer
  • We offer several different options for installing a hitch on the rear of a camper or RV. If you click on the provided link, you can see the available options. Current pricing information is listed on each product description page. Frame mounted hitches like the # 13703 are a good option if the frame members of the camper are within the width range for the hitch, which is between 22 and 72 inches in this case. Although various frame mounted hitches carry a tongue weight capacity ranging...
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  • Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch 13703 Dimensions
  • Yes, here are the dimensions we have in addition to those listed on the products page. Width of the brackets is 12 inches Height of the brackets is 12-7/8 inches Actual length of the main tube is 68-1/2 inches Height from top of bracket receiver to the bend (where it mounts up) is 3-3/8 inches I hope these measurements help, if this is the right item for your application you can order online or call 1-800-298-8924. If this item will not work I have posted links below to items that...
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  • What are the Mounting Bracket Dimensions for Trailer Hitch # 82201
  • I have actually measured this hitch before. I can tell you that the top of each of the side mounting brackets measures 10 inches long by 2 inches wide. The bolt holes are 8-1/2 inches apart from center to center. The brackets are about 5-5/8 inches tall at the tallest point. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. If you are looking for a hitch to fit an RV or trailer, another option is the CURT Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703. This hitch...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2005 Cedar Creek 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I do believe I have just the right trailer hitch for your 5th wheel trailer. Take a look at the Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703. It will fit trailer frames up to 72 inches wide and it is compatible with I-Beam frames. The hitch can be welded or bolted to the trailer frame. If you choose to have it welded on, it should be done by a qualified professional welder. I have included a link to the installation details for you to view. Just a quick word of caution; I advise...
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  • Can Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch for RVs # 13703 install on the Outside of an I-Beam Frame
  • I spoke with my contact at Curt about hitch # 13703 and he said that you can install the side brackets on the outside of an I-beam frame by turning them around. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. The hitch can be bolted or welded on. If you choose to weld it on the welding should be done by a qualified professional.
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  • How Does Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver # 13703 Install on a Trailer
  • The Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 13703, can be bolted or welded to the frame of the trailer, as long as the trailer frame rails are between 22 and 72 inches apart. If bolting it on, you will need to drill 4 holes per side (8 total) for the bolts that attach the brackets to the frame rails. These brackets hold the hitch. You would also need to drill holes through the cross tubing of the hitch to attach it to the brackets. If welding, weld the brackets to the trailer frame...
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