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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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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. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from CURT. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 13707 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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CURT Trailer Hitch - 13707

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 4000 lbs GTW
  • CURT
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • 6000 lbs WD GTW
  • 400 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • 600 lbs WD TW

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.


Features:

  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your vehicle
  • Precision, robotic welding maximizes strength and improves fit
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Gloss black powder coat finish over protective base coat offers superior rust resistance
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately
  • Hitch assembled in the USA, bolts overseas


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 4,000 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 6,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 400 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 600 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 13707

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (234 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.

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2014 Lincoln Town Car

Yes! Town Car owners like to pull trailers with their Lincolns! If I had to change one thing to make this into a 5-Star product, it would be the length of the "2-inch" receiver square tube. It needs to extend rear-ward by an additional 2 inches. I had to hunt for a ball mount hitch that was 2 inches longer to adequate give clearance from the rear bumper. The dual exhaust tailpipe hangars didn't need to be touched for the Town Car. Two photos attached - I hope this helps. The photo shows a ball mount with 2-3/4 inch rise to give bottom of coupler 14 inches over the ground.


Comments
Its been fabulous! No regrets! Lincolns pull great!
2002 L - 04/04/2018



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1988 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

The quality of the hitch seems very good. The finish is thick and being in Canada with salt on the roads, it should stay rust free for awhile. Mounting the hitch on my 1988 Ford Crown Vic went well. There were no holes in the frame so I had to drill all 4 holes. At the holes near the end of the frame I could not use the supplied bolts due to the way the shocks on the bumper went inside the end of the frame. All in all it was an easy install with the car on a hoist and a helping hand from my brother.


Comments
So far so good!
Perry B - 10/27/2019



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2002 Ford Crown Victoria

Great service. Customer service realized I ordered the wrong ball to fit my hitch. They called me to let me know and switched it to the right one.



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1989 Ford Crown Victoria

Excellent - I was impressed with the quality, engineering and detail. The package - CURT hitch, 4-pole hard-wire kit, 4-pole to 7-pole adapter, extended ball mount, ball & pin was installed on my prized 89 Ford LTD Crown Victoria. I installed it by myself, without a helping hand, and once I got all the tools together it did take longer than the estimated 45 minutes - I would double that to 90 minutes. Once I had the rear up on stands, I positioned the hitch under the frame by suspending one end with a hanger wire, then the other end. I snugged the hitch up to the frame with a floor jack and double checked the alignment. From there it was a breeze - Drilled the 4 holes, snaked the bolts into place, and torqued to specs. Highly recommend CURT hitches & etrailer for all your trailer needs.



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I am so extremely happy with the service I have received. ordering the hitch was so easy on the website. I received it within 2 days. I have received emails from the staff letting me know if I need any help or have any problems on the installation that they were there for me. I will make another order from this place when I'm ready to add a hitch to my other vehicle. I recommend this place a thousand times over. thank you so much



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I’ve had this trailer hitch for over a year, no problems so far. I’ve used it for mounting a bike rack so I can transport bicycles. Installation is a little tedious, but that is how it’s gotta be done.



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2004 Ford Crown Victoria

I installed this on my 2004 Ford Crown Victoria. It fit perfectly. It really was as easy to install as they said. I did it myself in my driveway and it took me about one hour using a floor jack to hold it up in place. The only problem I ran into was the holes nearest the bumper. There is a cylinder from the 5mph bumper that made getting the rear bolts in place kind of difficult. You have to wiggle them around to get them in place and I would recommend going up in size on the drill bit for all the holes.



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When I received the hitch and wiring kit there was a hole in the bottom of the box and half the staples were pulled loose. After opening the box the rest of the way the small box inside containing the wiring kit was open and the wire connectors and the bubble pack wiring kit were laying loose inside the larger carton. It will be installed on Friday and I hope that none of the pieces laying losses by the hole in the box fell out. See pictures. The first one I bought was excellent, I hope this one is as well!



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Hardest part of the install was trying to drill through the frame! Make sure you get the strongest drill bits you can. Hitch lasted longer than my transmission! Best you can get for these crown vics/panther bodies.



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Hitch fit like a glove and I installed it in 30 minutes. I installed this on a Limo to haul a small trailer to hold extra luggage. I have also towed jet skis on Millionaire Monday with a group of guys to see how many looks we would get cruising down the highway. We had several cars passing us taking pictures.



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Fast shipping, very well made product, excellent hardware, good-easy to follow installation instructions, special threaded "fishwire" mounting technique required for some of my blind fasteners worked like a charm!



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Excellent product, poor customer service. I had questions and tried to call the number listed. No one picked up and answered. Very disappointed.


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I am sorry to hear that you could not get through. Sometimes during our peak times, like Mondays, the hold times can get a little long. An email should be answered in 24-48 hours however.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 09/01/2021


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2008 Honda Pilot

Installed on a 2008 Ford Police Interceptor. The end result was excellent. The hitch is hidden except for the square part in the middle that you would use for a hook up. I bought this trailer hitch not for towing, but to install a thing called a "superbumper" which absorbs impact from rear end collisions. My last vehicle was hit in the front and the rear by two separate drivers in the same week. I wanted to make sure I protected the rear of my police interceptor (I already installed a push bar on the front). To install the Curt trailer hitch, I used the help of a standard scissors jack (hitch is heavy). I put the scissors jack on the driver side and jacked up the left side of the hitch. Once that was jacked up I held up the right side of the hitch with my hands. Then I marked a hole with a pen. I put the hitch down and drilled the first hole. Once that was drilled I screwed the right side of the hitch to the frame. Now I drilled the second hole and screwed that in too. I then moved to the left side of the hitch (still held up by the scissors jack). I drilled two holes on this side. I ran into a little trouble with a bar that is above the frame, so I had to make the rear left hole a little bigger to fit the screw in aside of the bar. Last step was to put the screw in the last hole. The hitch was then perfectly lined up and installed. Here are four tips that will help with the install. Use a scissors jack instead of clamps (it allows you to line up the hitch perfectly onto the frame). Use a small pilot drill bit and gradually drill bigger holes until you drill a half inch hole (I used four drill bits per hole). Make your holes a little bigger than a half inch for ease getting the screws in (I pushed a smaller drill bit onto the sides of the holes to make more space). Wear nitrile gloves and safety goggles when installing (the metal shards from the frame a hot). I highly recommend this Curt Trailer Hitch.



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Great quality. I love that it came with everything I needed, and the videos was very helpful for my install. Thank you.



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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis

Fast shipping and arrived in great shape.Installation was straight forward I would suggest you start out with a new good quality bit Thankfully only 4 holes to drill not bad!



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Fast shipping and great product! Love these Curt hitches. This was an upgrade from a class 1 to a class 3 hitch for my Crown Victoria. The front holes lined up perfectly! Only had to drill out two more holes for the rear mounts. Didn't need any spacers. Hitch looks great!



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2010 Ford Crown Victoria

Hello, I bought this class 3/4 hitch for my 2010 Crown Vic. It had some minor fit issues, but nothing that wasn't overcome fairly quickly. The only issue was with the nut plate that required getting creative at the bumper end to try and hold while torquing. The nut plate needs to be fitted a bit better so it does not spin in the tube. the front end was fine as the tube is narrower and the nut plate was held in place by the tube. The design required every shim to be used to level the hitch. Everything I needed was in the kit, which was good. Joe


Comments
The hitch has performed flawlessly. I would suggest two things. One, for this particular installation, a wider bolt pate would be useful to assist in tightening the rear bolts. I had to use a screwdriver to prevent the bolt plate from turning to tighten it. Second, You should add a warning to re-torque the bolts after using it the first time to ensure it is still tight. On mine, both rear bolts had seated with movement and, partially because that bolt plate mentioned earlier, it allowed it loosen slightly. That was with just 28 hours of hauling. For anyone that has done any installations, they know to re check, but thats not always true.
Joe C - 09/20/2018



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2003 Ford Crown Victoria

Easy installation on my 2009 P71 with no help. Used a jack on each end to hold it up. You do NOT have to relocate any exhaust like the directions say. I use it to mount my bicycle rack. No trunk interface. Sturdy, exactly what I needed.



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2002 Ford Crown Victoria

There was paint chipped off if the hitch just under the receiver hole about the size of a quarter. Not pleased with that. But other then that it got here just in time to install and I could pull a float in my hometown parade. It fit perfect on my 2002 ford crown Victoria (retired police interceptor. Thank you etrailer.com



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Lincoln Town Car

Works well on Lincoln Town car for heavy bicycle rack. Had mechanic install in less than an hour.



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Good solid quality hitch. Installation was not too bad. Not a perfect fit, but I made it work.


Comments
My Curt trailer hitch is perfect. No problems at all.
Gary W - 10/16/2020


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Mounted with no issues. Works well



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fit like a glove and got here 3 days ahead of time thanks



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2001 Ford Crown Victoria

Arrived in a couple of days, install on my 01 P71 Crown vic was exactly as described on the very helpful videos. Looks and works great! Now I can haul the racecar to the track!



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1999 Ford Crown Victoria

This hitch was a fast and straightforward install, and it works perfectly. Even more sturdy than I expected and holds up to what it promises. I highly recommend it!


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    The trailer hitch I recommend for a 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis is the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 13707 which is assembled in the USA. This can then be paired with the Curt Powered Tail Light Converter part # C59236 to control the lights. In order to convert this to a 7-way with 4-way I recommend using the Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controller part # ETBC7. This also comes with everything else you need to install a trailer brake controller like the Curt TriFlex...
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  • The Curt 2 Inch Class III Hitch, # 13707, On A 1999 Ford Crown Victoria Seems Too Low To The Ground
    The Curt 2 Inch Class III Hitch, # 13707, is the correct hitch for your 1999 Ford Crown Victoria. It should measure 10-7/8 inches from the ground to the top of the receiver opening. If you are measuring to the bottom of the hitch it will be about 8-7/8 inches since it is a 2 inch hitch. This is not a problem with that vehicle. If towing, you do need to use the recommended ball mount which is Draw-Tite Mount, # 2753. This ball mount when used in the 2-3/4 inch rise position will put the...
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  • What Drilling Is Required On The 1997 Ford Crown Victoria To Install The Curt 13707 Hitch?
    For your 1997 Ford Crown Victoria Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver Class III - 2", # 13707. I've attached a video of an installation on a 1996 model and they didn't change anything between 96 and 97 models of the Crown Vic or the Grand Marquis. You will need to drill 4 holes. I recommend starting with a pilot hole about 1/4 inch and then making the final hole 9/16 inch.
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    There's no reason to guess at the rise you need to keep your trailer level. Instead you can take a couple of measurements. Park both the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria and the trailer on level ground, uncoupled. Then measure from the top of the inside of the trailer hitch's receiver tube to the ground. When we installed the Curt hitch you purchased, part # 13707 on a 2007 Police Interceptor it measured 13-1/4 inches. But you should measure yours in case it's different. Next measure from...
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    I have a different option for you, but the Curt Bumper Mount Hitch # C19031 only fits trucks with a step bumper and as such will not fit your 2008 Lincoln Town Car. Instead you will need to go with the Curt # 13707 which is designed for your vehicle and will be perfect for carrying two bikes with a bike rack thanks to the 400lb tongue weight rating of this hitch. If you do not already have a bike rack I recommend going with the Yakima RidgeBack 2 Bike Rack # Y02457 which will fit this...
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