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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 C13067 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Curt Trailer Hitch - C13067

  • Curt
  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 4000 lbs GTW
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • 400 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

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
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately
  • Assembled in the USA


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 4,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 400 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty



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At etrailer.com we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your hitch. The technicians at etrailer perform hitch installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.



13067 Curt Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver



C13067 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details C13067 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2007 - 2008 Ford Edge

2007 - 2015 Lincoln MKX

2009 - 2014 Ford Edge excluding Sport

2009 - 2014 Ford Edge Sport




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

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




Video Transcript for Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Ford Edge - Curt

Today on our 2014 Ford Edge, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the CURT trailer hitch receiver for the class three hitch, part number C13067. This is what the CURT hitch looks like once it's installed on the vehicle. On this Ford Edge Sport, you can see that it's nicely tucked up underneath and very well hidden. All you can see is the receiver tube here, along with the round steel looped safety chain hoops. This hitch is a fairly easy installation. It bolts into place with minimal drilling required.

It mounts in three locations on either side in the frame rail. It's got this nice reinforcement collar around the two inch by two inch receiver tube opening. It features a 400 pound max ton weight capacity and a 4,000 pound max trailer weight capacity. You'll want to be sure to check your vehicle's owner's manual to see what your vehicle's rated for, but this hitch will do really well for any class three accessories that you may have. You can also see that with those class three accessories, it's not very far in from the outer edge of the bumper here. With the majority of your accessories, that should give you plenty of clearance, so you shouldn't have to worry about it making contact with the rear of the vehicle. Now I'll give you a couple measurements to assist you with your selection of hitch mounted accessories, such as ball mounts, bike racks, or cargo carriers.

The distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost part of the rear bumper is about five and a half inches, and the distance from the inside top edge of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 13 and three-quarter inches. Now, let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Here's all the hardware that's going to come with our kit. We've got our four fish wires right here. We've got six flange nuts. We've got four shorter carriage bolts and two longer ones.

I'll explain that during the installation, when to use each. Then we've got our six spacers. Now, let's begin our installation. Before I started the install, I placed this strap across right here. What I put that there for is when I let this exhaust down, that's going to help to support it so it doesn't damage it and any of the flanges up top. In order to drop this exhaust, what I'm going to do is take a little bit of spray lubricant and put it at the rubber hangers.

There's one in the exact same spot on the other side. Once I put it on that one, as well, I can move up here and spray some on this hanger right by the rear axle here. Once you've got them lubricated, you can take a pry bar or a pair of channel lock pliars in order to get it off of there. Pry and it should come right off. Do the same thing on the other side here. You'll want to be sure to grab the exhaust just so it doesn't swing too much as you're removing these. Then finally, the one up by the rear axle here. You'll just want to gently let it down onto that strap that you put in place. Now, we can take an eight millimeter and remove the three small bolts holding in this heat shield. You can take a flat head screwdriver, just get it up underneath the edge of that little plug there and just pry it downward there. If it's giving you a little bit of trouble, you can grab a pair of side cutters. Just slide it up on either side there and pry downward. We've also got this little pushpin that's attached from the backside, so we can just reach up there and pull out in order to get our heat shield out. We'll do the same thing to remove the passenger side's heat shield. Now, we can fish wire our carriage bolts and spacers into place. We'll do so by taking our fish wire and taking the coiled in up through this hole back here. We'll come out the end of the frame rail right here. We can take one of our spacer blocks and one of the shorter carriage bolts and thread that carriage bolt in there. Before I feed them into place, I want to take that spacer and move it up the wire a little bit from the bolt, so they can both fit in through the end of the frame rail. Then I'll just gently pull them through and into position there. I'll grab one more fish wire and do the same through this hole right here. Then I can do the same thing on the other side. Now we can take our heat shield and just roughly put it back into place so that we can see what we're going to need to cut. It looks like we may need to just trim a hair off the end of this and then we'll need to trim that tab at the end off right there. We'll take that back out and use some tin snips to do so. Once I've got the heat shield trimmed, I'll put it back up into place and I'll reinstall that pushpin and loosely reinstall the center bolt there. I'm going to tighten up that center bolt just enough so it holds this up into place. Again, on this one, I'll hold it up there just to see what's going to need to be trimmed. I can mark that, then I can take it down and trim it as well. I can do the same with this one, reinstall this one, not forgetting to put that little connector back into the loom. You want to grab an extra set of hands into to put the hitch up into place. You can use the fish wires to guide it through the holes there. Take one of the flange nuts and get it started in order to hold the hitch up in place. Now with one bolt installed loosely on each side, what we can do is we can take this hitch and push it up to see where it would be once it's tight and in place. It looks like we'll need to do a little bit of trimming here, in order for it to not push this fascia up. With it sitting right there, I'm just going to take a light colored permanent marker and I'll mark some lines for me to trim along and then I'll just connect those from either point there. Once I've got that trimmed we'll see how it fits again. After test fitting it again, I see I need to trim a little bit more off for this part to clear. That looks pretty good. Now, I can get those other two flange nuts started on the two remaining carriage bolts. Then I can take my three quarter socket and tighten these up. I'll do that on both sides. Now that we've gotten these tightened up into place, these holes back here, we'll be able to take a pilot drill bit and begin to drill those out. As I gradually increase the size, I'll work up to a half inch bit. I'll do that on both sides. Once we've got our holes drilled out, we can take the longer carriage bolts and spacers and fish wire them in through the end of the frame rail into the holes that we just drilled. Then we can put the flange nut on it and tighten it down. Once I've got all my hardware installed and tightened down, I can make sure it's torqued to the specification in the instruction manual. I'll be sure to do that on both sides. With everything torqued down on the hitch, we can get ready to put our exhaust back up into place. We'll start with the hanger up by the real axle, then I can move to both hangers on either side by the exhaust pipes. Once you're done replacing the exhaust, you can remove that support strap that we put there, and you're ready to hit the road. That's going to complete our look at the CURT trailer hitch receiver, which is a class three hitch, part number C13067 on our 2014 Ford Edge.


Customer Reviews

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - C13067

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (175 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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This product is "stout", heavy and well made. I opted to install it in my garage by myself using ramps and closely following the instructions. They are 'spot-on'! I call this my Ben-gay project because I'm sure I'll need some rubbing after this install. I have done this before, but that was many years ago. I am now 70 and was convienced by another reviewer, who was 60, that it could be done albeit at a slow pace. It took me 4 hours and lots of muscle to get finished. It can be done alone but a helping hand is advised. 110 ft pounds of torque is quite a challenge also because of the position you are in without a lift. Ingeneous fish wires for the plates and screws took a little trial and error, but was a snap after the first one. It looks good and seems as solid as a rock. I will put this to the test as soon as I recoup and install the wiring kit I also ordered-which I will review. Great product! 193372



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2012 Ford Edge

Mostly easy to install. The video and instructions are great until it came time to fish the carriage bolts (the reason for 4 stars instead of 5). The video shows fishing from the side of the frame rails which our 2012 is sealed off. There was a reviewer that recommended taking the tail lights, bumper cover, bumper off, that should be steps 2, 3 and 4 after dropping the muffler. You don't even need the fish wires with the bumper off. Although when replacing the bumper cover, pay more attention to the center anchor of the bumper cover than I did. All in all though, this was an easy install. If I had to do it again, with an extra set of hands, can be done easily in an hour ... the second time, without the wiring. Attached is a mostly complete installation. 547464



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2011 Ford Edge

Received hitch in excellent condition, no holes in box, hitch in perfect condition,well packaged, shipped by UPS. Will not be installing for several weeks. Great website, excellent tracking. Thank you. 733204



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Worked well. 721108



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Really good price and customer service. .. 704082



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Very pleased 680153



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2014 Ford Edge

Great solid construction and very appealing installed on our 2014 Edge. I've seen many other types of hitches in the road and by far this is the cleanest looking one. I did have to mount my plug adapter on an angle but feel it doesn't take away from attractiveness of hitch. Even after a year of regular use, has minuscule amount of rust just around where the ball mount attaches. clean it up a bit and touch it up with a little gloss paint and looks good as new. Would highly recommend this hitch to others. 657527



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This is the third hitch I have purchase fro e-trailer. The deliveries have very quick and the products have been quality. Bonus: the instructional videos are extremely helpful! Thank You! 636539



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Install was easy, parts and instructions fine. Mostly use with bike rack, no glitches with our hitch. 635689



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Since installing it, I've pulled a couple trailers and have had no trouble. The guy who installed it said he had to drill a couple holes that took a little more time, but it's solid. One thing we noticed,some of the decals on the hitch are upside down. Obviously it doesn't affect the quality, just hard to advertise it. lol 621578



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This product was a perfect fit, just as advertised, saved at least 200.00 doing myself. Took me several hours but I took my time, and got it done. Great job etrailer!! 616975



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2008 Ford Edge

Service and quick delivery was awesome! 592077



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Lincoln MKX

Great product and support from etrailer. I ordered the hitch for my Lincoln MKX and installed it myself. I followed the etrailer video, took my time and had it installed in a few hours. No problem. Hitch is high quality and performing top notch. I also ordered and installed the blue-ox tow package, brake system and a wiring package on my MKX. All excellent. Highly recommended. 586416



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Easy to install. Perfect fit. It has been installed for a year and the finish still looks like new. Great product. 584563



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2014 Ford Edge

Following the online video, flawless install! Looks great & hidden well on our Sport! I used some threadlocker on the nuts, otherwise did just as instructed in video. Don't really think we will PULL anything, more for luggage. That way we have room for our dogs when we travel. Piece of advice, have vehicle washed b4 install. As not to "eat" soo much dirt. 582749



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2011 Ford Edge

Excellent quality and fairly easy to install. Instructional videos and instructions made my installation go very smooth and hassle free. I will definitively buy from this store again. 558026



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2010 Ford Edge

Hitch arrived on time and in good condition. The only trouble I had was determining which holes in the frame to pull the bolts through. I looked at the hitch and it appeared to me that the rear hole was offset and since there are three holes in each frame rail I assumed that the rear bolt went into the outer hole. WRONG. Both bolts go straight in line with each other, into the two holes in the frame that are closest to the muffler. Once I discovered that I had to move one bolt over about 3/4 of an inch into the correct hole but I was able to do it rather easily. I used a floor jack to raise the hitch up into place which means I didn't need another person to help. My only complaint was with the "etrailer.com" sticker on the back of the hitch. Whoever put it on must have been in a contest to see who could put it on the crookedest. I think he won. I'm going to peel it off because it really looks bad. 556703


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The paint still looks good and the hitch works like it should. Good sturdy hitch.
Ben J - 08/22/2019

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2013 Ford Edge

What can I say. This site was suggested to me by the company that installs hitches. I looked it up on the site, ordered it, got it in a couple of days, actually sooner than promised. Got it installed the next day, put on my new Thule bike rack the next day, no problems, no hassle. Not sure how it could get better. 552990



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Fit good. The fish wires really helped. This was the second hitch I have installed in a year. I'm happy with both of them. 550620



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2007 Lincoln MKX

Trailer hitch would have worked but my 2007 Lincoln MKX has a fuel tank fill line that runs across the frame where the hitch attaches so I was unable to install the hitch without altering the fuel fill line. Pretty disappointed Russell Bryan 548973


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The hitch should not come in contact with the fuel line. This usually occurs if the hitch is installed to far forward on the Lincoln MKX. The notch in the hitch should be over the seam at the end of the frame. The rear most hole needs to be drilled.
-- Heather A - 08/17/2018

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2013 Ford Edge

super easy to install 543677



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2008 Ford Edge

Fit like it should. The installation was not as easy as the video would have you believe since I did not have access to a lift or ramps, did it all with the tires on the ground. Still doable and I am happy with the installation. 540032



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2013 Ford Edge

The hitch was very easy to install and has worked great for our towing needs! I highly recomend the hitch and etrailer.com! Outstanding service. 526565



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2013 Ford Edge

Came in bent. Had to straighten in order to put in. My only issue is I wish power wire had look on it. Took more time to wrap it to protect from Vermont salt in winter. 524626



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2008 Ford Edge

Installed very easy following your instructions. Great product Thanks 520306


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    Both the Curt Hitch # C13067 and the Draw-Tite Hitch # 75992 are custom fit hitches that are designed to be mounted on to your 2010 Ford Edge. Both hitches are Class III rated and have the 2 inch opening at the hitch. Both the Curt and Draw-Tite Hitches have a gross trailer weight rating of 4,000 lbs and a maximum tongue weight of 400 lbs. Both the Curt and Draw-Tite Hitch have limited life lifetime warranties. Of these two, I recommend the Draw-Tite hitch over the Curt for two reasons....
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    We carry 2 trailer hitch receivers to fit your 2012 Ford Edge; the Curt part # C13067 and the Draw-Tite part # 75728. Between them I prefer the Draw-Tite simply for aesthetics. With the Curt hitch you can see the entire crosstube on the Edge but the Draw-Tite only shows the receiver tube opening. Take a look at the pictures I've attached. For wiring to power the trailer's lights use part # 118515. It plugs in behind the tail lights and has a power wire that runs to the Edge's battery....
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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, but...
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  • Is Fascia Trimming Required When Installing Hitch on 2013 Ford Edge Sport
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  • Which Trailer Hitch Will Fit a 2012 Ford Edge Sport
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  • 2 inch Hitch Recommendation for 2007 Ford Edge with Factory Hitch
    I spoke with my contact at CURT and he stated that Trailer Hitch # C13067, will install on a 2007 Ford Edge with a factory 1-1/4 hitch. It will sit below the factory hitch. This hitch is a good choice for your 2007 Ford Edge, and will give you the 2 inch Class III hitch. Basically this will fit whether the hitch you have on your Edge is a factory one or an aftermarket one so it is a safe choice. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Exceeding Trailer Hitch Tongue Weight Capacity on 2013 Ford Edge
    The Curt Class III Receiver Hitch # C13067 referenced in your question, which is confirmed to fit your 2013 Ford Edge, does indeed have a tongue weight capacity of 400 pounds. I cannot recommend exceeding this capacity, even by just 60 pounds, as doing so may result in damage to the hitch or vehicle. Going over the trailer hitch's capacity will also void the manufacturer's warranty. I also recommend checking the tongue weight capacity of your vehicle itself, as it's possible that it...
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    In my research I found that the load-carrying capacity of the roof on your 2013 Edge is 100 lbs. A roof rack that clips to the door frame would have a limited weight capacity and would not clear the side rails on your Edge. I am afraid 3 kayaks would weigh much more than the roof weight capacity of your roof but I do have a recommendation. I recommend installing a hitch and using a small trailer like the Yakima Rack and Roll Trailer, part # Y08106. This trailer has two 66 inch round...
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  • Is Hitch Height On Curt Class III 2 Inch Hitch # C13067 Same As Factory Hitch On 2011 Ford Edge SEL
    When the Curt Class III 2 Inch Hitch, part # C13067, is installed on a 2011 Ford Edge SEL the hitch receiver opening is located right under the rear fascia. If your vehicle has the factory 1-1/4 inch hitch on it the Curt hitch will fit right beneath the factory hitch. The recommended Draw-Tite Ball Mount, part # 2923, has a 3/4 inch rise or a 2 inch drop. If you use the ball mount with the 3/4 inch rise it will put you close to the factory hitch height. You will want to measure the difference...
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  • How to Order Replacement Curt Trailer Hitch Hardware for 2012 Ford Edge
    For your 2012 Ford Edge you would have had the hitch part # C12036 installed for if you have a 1-1/4 inch hitch or the part # C13067 for if you have a 2 inch hitch. To order replacement hardware you would need the part # RHK. On the product page you would need to select the hitch manufacturer and then enter the part number you need.
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  • How to Install a Trailer Hitch and Wiring on a 2010 Ford Edge
    The video for the 2010 Ford Edge and wiring harness # 118551 is being fixed but it will be basically identical to the video for the 2009 which I have linked for you to the right. We have not had a chance to install all of the hitches we have available for your vehicle on a 2010 model but the hitches fit a range of years of the Ford Edge because the platform is the same for all model years of that generation. So a video for a 2009 or 2011 for example would show the same process as it...
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  • What is the Towing Capacity of a 2012 Ford Edge with 2.0L I4 Engine
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  • Will the Yakima DoubleDown 4 Bike Trailer Hitch Mount Bike Rack Fit a 2012 Ford Edge
    When we installed Curt trailer hitch # C13067 on a 2012 Ford Edge the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to clear the rear bumper was 4-1/4 inches. Based on this the Yakima DoubleDown bike carrier will fit! I have linked a video showing installation of the hitch for you.
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  • Trailer Hitch with Highest Tongue Weight Capacity for a 2009 Ford Edge
    The hitches for your 2009 Ford Edge that offer the highest tongue weight, such as # 75992, are rated for 400 pounds tongue weight. However, what matters is the lowest rated component in the system and in this case it is the vehicle. At most it is rated for 350 pounds tongue weight if it has the optional towing package. With the standard towing package it is rated for 200 pounds tongue weight.
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  • Trailer Hitch Fit for 2013 Ford Edge
    The trailer hitch you referenced, the Draw-Tite # 75728, is a fit the Ford Edge Sport. If you have the non-Sport version then we have other hitch fits for your car. The link at right will show you all hitch options for the non-Sport version and these include both 1-1/4-inch Class II and 2-inch Class III types. The linked article will give you details about hitch types. I recommend a 2-inch Class III hitch, Curt # C13067, since this unit costs less than other options and since it offers...
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  • Replacement Hardware Kit for Trailer Hitches
    We do have a replacement hardware kit for your hitch. You will need the Replacement Hardware Kit for Trailer Hitches # RHK. Make sure that in the pull down menus (below the Shipping Special box) you insert your hitch number, and the manufacturer of the hitch so that you get the correct hardware kit. Pricing is available once you input all the necessary information.
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  • Is Rear Bumper Trimming Required to Install Curt Trailer Hitch # C13067 on a 2008 Lincoln MKX
    When installing Curt Trailer Hitch, # C13067, on your 2008 Lincoln MKX, the rear bumper/fascia does not have to be trimmed but there is a heat shield underneath the vehicle that will need to be trimmed. According to the installation instructions, which I have linked for you, there is only a small tab on each heat shield (2 total) that need to be trimmed. You are correct about having a class III hitch. The extra capacity will be handy and you will have more options in terms of accessories....
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  • Can a Weight Distribution Hitch be Used on a 2014 Ford Edge with Factory 2 Inch Receiver
    I am not sure why Ford is calling a hitch with a 2 inch receiver a Class II when everyone else calls it a Class III. But if you check the hitch for a sticker or look up towing information in the owners manual it might say somewhere if you can use weight distribution or not. Class II hitches are not rated for use with weight distribution because they are not designed to handle the additional stress. If you cannot find the information on the hitch or in the owners manual then you would...
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  • Will the Curt Trailer Hitch, # 13060, Replace the 1-1/4 inch Factory Hitch on 2008 Ford Edge
    I spoke with my contact at CURT and he stated that Trailer Hitch # C13067, will install on a 2008 Ford Edge with a factory 1-1/4 hitch. It will sit below the factory hitch. This hitch is a good choice for your 2008 Ford Edge, and will give you the 2 inch Class III hitch you are wanting. It is bolt-on application, no welding is needed. Minor heat shield modification is required. It has a 4,000 lb. gross towing weight and a 400 lb tongue weight, but when towing you cannot exceed the vehicle...
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  • Can Curt Trailer Hitch C13067 on a 2013 Ford Edge Sport Support 375 Pounds of Scooter and Carrier
    Curt trailer hitch # C13067 is rated for 400 pounds tongue weight. Since the combined weight of the scooter and carrier is 275 pounds the hitch has more than enough capacity for this application. But you also have to look at the tongue weight capacity of the vehicle. It looks like at most the 2013 Ford Edge can have a tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds. It really depends on the specific model and whether or not the vehicle has the factory tow package. Models with the 2.0 liter motor...
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  • Trailer Hitch & Wiring for 2014 Ford Edge
    Both Draw-Tite and Curt hitches are good quality products. While one given hitch fit may favor one brand over the other in total they both offer excellent products. Curt hitches can sometimes have a nicer powder coat finish, and since they are made in the USA they do offer that appeal. Of the options available I suggest the Draw-Tite 2-inch Class III hitch # 75992 for its lower price and freedom from the Curt requirement of using a support strap with non-trailer loads like bike racks....
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