Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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  • Draw-Tite
  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 4500 lbs GTW
  • 675 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • 5000 lbs WD GTW
  • 675 lbs WD TW
Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an E-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 75758 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch - 75758

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an E-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.


Features:

  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your vehicle
  • Computer-aided, fully welded steel construction ensures strength and durability
  • Long, side bracket helps distribute weight over larger portion of tow-vehicle frame for increased towing ability
  • Tested Tough - safety and reliability criteria exceed industry standards
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Black powder coat finish covers E-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Stylish, round-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 4,500 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 5,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 675 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 675 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite's Tested Tough program provides testing standards far superior to those outlined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the go-to source for engineering professionals.



Each Draw-Tite trailer hitch receiver undergoes extensive fatigue testing and static testing with the ball mount that is either supplied or recommended for use with that particular hitch, thus ensuring results that are applicable to real life use. Fatigue testing is also conducted on hitches rated for use with weight-distribution systems.


In addition, Draw-Tite performs static testing on a simulated automobile, as opposed to the rigid fixture used for SAE testing, resulting in a more true-to-life scenario.



etrailer.com Technical Support

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.



75758 Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

87627 Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch Receiver

Replaces Draw-Tite 75746



75758 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details 75758 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2013 - 2019 Ford Escape



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Video of Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader 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 - 2018 Ford Escape - Draw-Tite

Speaker 1: Today on this 2018 Ford Escape we'll be having a look at and showing how to install the Draw-Tite Class 3 trailer hitch receiver, part number 75758. Here's what our hitch looks like installed. Now one thing this hitch has that others on the market don't have is this bracket right here, which is welded to our hitch. This serves as an attachment point for any wiring harnesses that we may have in order to tow our trailer. We have several different wiring harnesses available at our website and several different mounting brackets that will attach to this to secure whichever wiring harness you need for your vehicle.On the side of our receiver here you'll find two holes. This larger one towards the front of the vehicle, that's our industry-standard 5/8" diameter hitch pin hole to secure any of our hitch-mounted accessories.

You can pick up a pin and clip on our website as part number PC3. This smaller diameter hole here closest to the rear of the vehicle, that's for our j-pin stabilization device. What that does is take away the annoying shake, play, and rattle out of what is inserted into your receiver. We have one of those available on our website as well.Another great feature about this hitch is our safety chain loops. It's a plate-style design with a very large opening, so we shouldn't have any problem at all hooking up any safety chains from our trailer.

On the end of our receiver we have a nice collar that's welded on to help give us a nice finished look and to help reinforce our receiver opening. Now even though our hitch is not concealed behind our fascia with its crosstube, this does conform nicely to our fascia and follows the line of the vehicle well. This also makes it easier for you to install and you don't have to worry about scratching your fascia when you're raising it into position. This makes it a much quick install and yet still provides a very secure hitch that will meet your towing needs.This hitch features a 675 pound max tongue weight rating, which is the amount forcing down, and a 4,500 pound max gross trailer weight rating, which is the amount it can pull. It does support the use of weight distribution.

When we're using that with our trailer, our tongue weight rating stays the same at 675, but our max gross trailer weight rating increases to 5,000 pounds. We'll want to make sure that we consult with the owner's manual of our Ford Escape and not exceed what the vehicle's rated for. We want to go by whichever number is less.Now for a few measurements to better assist you in choosing any hitch-mounted accessory you may need, such as a ball mount, bike rack, or a cargo carrier. You're looking at about 13-1/2" from the ground to the top of the 2" receiver, and about 4" from the center of the hitch pin hole to the rearmost part of the back bumper. Now that we've gone over some features, we'll show you how to get it installed.To begin our install, we're going to be working on the driver side of our vehicle.

Having a look at the frame rail on the driver side, we'll find three holes, one here, one here, and one here. The two on the sides are where our hardware's going to come out and secure our hitch. This one in the middle is where we're going to insert our hardware through and then pull it out through the holes on the side with our pull wire. Our passenger side of the vehicle is the exact same. It's a mirror image of this.Now for our hole here where our hardware's going to be inserted through, we may need to enlarge it slightly or make a bigger opening. If you just take a wrench, you can bend down on it. Now alternatively, instead of using a wrench, you can also use a file or a rotary tool if you need to to help enlarge the opening a little bit. Now that we have our hole enlarged enough and opened up that our hardware passes through easily, we can now take our pull wire. We'll go through our floor hole, out our access hole, take one of our blocks, place it on the wire, insert that into our frame. We'll thread our bolt onto the wire. Get that inside the frame. We'll make sure that pulls through our hole easily. Then we'll push it back in the frame. Now we'll go through our rear hole with another pull wire. We'll come out our access hole. Place on a block. Thread on another bolt. Place the bolt inside the frame. We'll make sure it pulls through easily and then we'll make sure it goes back inside the frame as well. Now we'll repeat the same process for the other side.Now with an extra set of hands, we'll get our hitch into position and we'll insert our pull wires through the corresponding holes on the hitch. Raise it into position. As we get it into position, we'll pull our bolts through the hitch like so. We'll remove our pull wire, place on our conical tooth washer with the teeth facing the hitch, and we'll thread on one of our nuts being careful not to push the hardware inside the frame. Now that we have one started on each side, we can pull the other bolt through as well. Remove our pull wire. Place on our washer and thread on our nut. Now we'll repeat the same process for the other side.Now we'll use an 11/16 socket and tighten down our hardware. Now we'll torque all of our hardware to the amount specified in the instructions. That completes our look at and showing how to install the Draw-Tite Class 3 trailer hitch receiver, part number 75758, on this 2018 Ford Escape.


Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 75758

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (430 Customer Reviews)

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an E-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.

- 75758
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2014 Ford Escape

I ordered a hitch for my ' 2014 Escape from ETrailer. It was delivered 5 days later, which included a weekend. The employee I spoke to was Jamie A. who was knowledgeable, and friendly. I just finished installing it today. I did watch their install video and they had it nailed. I had no problems at all. If I had it to do again I would get help when I did the actual installation ( Which they mentioned in the video) I used 3 empty kitty litter buckets and 2 x 4 blocks to hold the hitch up during the install which helped a lot. The rear end of the Escape was up on 2 oil change ramps, Good people to deal with, I recommend them. 356823



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2014 Ford Escape

Fast and free shipping.The installation of the hitch was very easy. There is no need to have special skills nor lift the vehicle. Between a friend and I installed it in around 20 mins to my 2014 Escape. The only thing I did not like was the limitation of the liftgate sensor area. It works but you have to play a lot to find the right spot where the sensor works in the limited area. Other than that it works pretty good and I am happy with it! 124188



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It was easy to install after the side brackets were bent outward in order to fit the frame. Apparrently the hitch is does not get welded in a very good fixture, otherwise I would have expected it to fit without having to straightening it out first. 406234



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2013 Ford Escape

Very pleased with it. It is a battle to install without the car on jacks or ramps although it is possible. I only thought of it after I had lost a bolt into the frame (it was not hard to fish it out), but turning the bolt far enough into the fishwire thread might make it possible to get both washer and nut on while the wire is still on the bolt (the washer should certainly go on while the wire is in place). Then the wire can just be pulled off once the nut catches (the threaded part will be unwrapped). Although it took a considerable amount of time to install, I think it would take less than 15 minutes if I were do to another one 457352


Comments

All is 100 - I have used the hitch a lot with no problems.

Garth - 11/24/2018

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2016 Ford Escape

Last summer, I bought a hitch and lighting harness for my 2015 Escape from etrailer. They were shipped quickly and fit perfectly! Unfortunately, the Escape met with dire circumstances recently and was totalled. I was devastated, but the insurance company came through and I was able to upgrade to a 2016 Escape. I have a little trailer I use to haul mulch and home materials and I wanted a hitch. Right away, I thought of my last experience and Tuesday late afternoon I ordered a new hitch and lighting via internet. The shipping would have been free, but I upped to get it sooner, so I paid a reasonable and discounted $.$$ to receive it in three days. I got it in less than 48 hours from the time I ordered!!!! Once again, it fit perfectly and practically jumped onto the vehicle by itself! LOL Doing my happy dance and I'm 70 years old! THANKS eTRAILER!!!! Here's what I ordered: 75758 Draw-Tite Max-E-Loader Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - $$$.$$ 118566 T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector - $$.$$ Shipping: 3 Day Shipping $$.$$ less Discount ($$.$$): Total:$.$$ Total:$$$.$$ 335294



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2018 Ford Escape

I installed it by myself in about 45 minutes. It went in just like the video. 562999



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2016 Ford Escape

MuchEasier than I thought.... I installed the hitch in my driveway within 45 minutes. There is no need to remove the muffler! Hitch fit perfectly. It would have been a little easier with two sets if hands. Customer service was outstanding and the online video was a great help. Not sure why the installation video removes the muffler on the 2016 Ford escape, but it is not necessary. I think I can install a second hitch in 15 to 20 minutes after doing it one time. I plan on using this hitch for a 5 bike rack and a small trailer.I am very happy with my purchase. 361835



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2018 Ford Escape

I bought this on a whim and have 0 regrets. The install went smooth after overcoming one small issue which I'll detail below. Not going to go over the install as the video makes this idiot proof. 1) Prior to install I purchased a $5 metal filer from Lowes 2) Spent a good 30 seconds filing each of the openings showed in the video, this made assembly very easy 3) The snag I got to was after I had pulled the bolts through and was screwing on the nuts... 4) CHECK THE SIZE OF THE NUTS that come in the package. In my packaging I was given 3x nuts that were 5/16 and 1x nut that was the correct size at 7/16. I spent an embarrassing amount of time trying to thread a 5/16 nut on a 7/16 bolt. It wasn't until I tried each of the nuts that came in the packaging separately that I discovered 3 of the 4 were the wrong size. 5) To verify this I took all 4 to Lowes and checked them on the nut size finder they have... 6) After buying 3 of the correct size the install finished very quickly and I am very happy with my purchase. This is a great trailer hitch and I would have given 5 stars if I had received the correct components. 570775



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2015 Ford Escape

The hitch arrived sooner than expected. ETRAILER phone personnel were very helpful while ordering. Looks great on the car. 2015 Ford Escape. 575005



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2014 Ford Escape

After figuring out we would not have enough room in our 2014 Ford Escape for all of our luggage along with the five passengers on our way to Dallas to catch a flight overseas, we soon decided a cargo carrier would be our best bet to haul the extra luggage on. Therefore we searched the internet for prices on a good, sturdy and well constructed trailer hitch to mount the cargo carrier on. It didn't take long and we found "etrailer" and could see right off not only were they cheaper than the others carrying the same item or similar items, but their reviews were great and their instructional video made the job of installing the trailer hitch as easy as it gets. Did I mention that I ordered on a Monday and Thursday it was sitting on our porch. The hitch is very well made and the finish looks great. The same day it arrived my son came by and after seeing the hitch his response was "lets put it on". We sat down and watched the video one more time and then proceeded to install the hitch where the car sat in the driveway. There was really no need to raise the car higher off the ground as we had plenty of room to work. We actually used a chain saw file to enlarge the holes on the frame that the bolts and rectangular steel go thru with the wires and it probably took around five minutes on each one, With the holes enlarged we put the wires thru that was included with the hitch and snaked them into the holes where the bolts would go to tighten the hitch to the frame. We then lifted the hitch into place, placing the wires thru the holes on the hitch first. It was a good, tight fit and the bolt holes on the hitch fit perfect to those on the frame on our Escape. The snug fit only aided in making holding the hitch in place easier but was not so snug that we couldn't put it right were we needed it to be and we then proceeded to jiggle the wires around one by one as we installed the washers and nuts on each bolt one at a time. It will surprise anyone who has doubts as to how simple the process is. All in all, I would estimate the time we spent installing the hitch at around 30 minutes which includes filing the holes a sixteenth of an inch or so to get the bolts and rectangular metal pieces to slip thru. The hitch looks factory installed and is as good as anyone could want and sits high enough off of the ground that there should be no problem with the cargo carrier scrapping the bottom. Etrailer just made our up coming trip a lot less stressful and I am sure we will be using this hitch in other ways such as pulling trailers etc. 343041


Comments

We have used this hitch numerous times over the year and could not be happier, Weve used it for a cargo carrier as well as pulling a trailer and have no complaints at all. It is a heavy duty hitch that truly serves the purpose it was intended for.

Michael f - 02/23/2018

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2017 Ford Escape

I would not recommend this company due to poor packaging of the hitch receiver. The item came all scratched and marked up. It was packaged up with just wrapping tape and nothing to protect the corner of the hitch receiver. 432622



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2017 Ford Escape

I was very pleased with the ease of ordering, the video of installation was great. The hitch arrived on time and all parts were included, nothing missing. I was able to install the hitch very easily by myself with only the need for a second person to lift in place, the fit was perfect. Then when I stood back to view my finished work something was wrong, the frame of hitch was straight and level but the receiver was welded with a tilt to the right, my use of the hitch is for a bike rack and now the rack leans to the right. Function is ok but the view shows poor workmanship on product that is manufactured in Mexico. I can only wish it was made in USA. 416677



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2014 Ford Escape

i installed hitch by myself. it took me about 45 mins. I first widened the holes in the frame in order to fit the bolts threw. then I hung one side of the hitch by just by using the bolt and placing them into the holes, then i did the same on the other side. now that i had the hitch temporarily up i removed one of the bolts and fished it threw the frame. i did each one like this till i was done. 312186


Comments

Been great I have towed a kumatsu excavator 3 times with no problems. Still looks great.

gotmook - 10/30/2017

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2018 Ford Escape

I have yet to install the hitch. It looks well built. With that being said, the packaging was questionable. The plastic wrapping had allowed the edges to be exposed and there is paint chipped off on the edges of the hitch. I will have to paint it or have it sand blaster and powder coated so it doesn't turn into a pile of rust. Not impressed with the handling of my $151 hitch. Its gonna cost $10 for spray paint or $125 to have it sand blasted and powder coated correctly. I cant post pictures because the hitch is at home and I am at work right now. 573721



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Ford Escape

2015 Ford Escape Class 3 hitch will never be fully weight utilized; however, I wanted most stability for a mountain bike carrier, and the sale price could not be beat. Did the installation alone in the garage. I used the packaging cardboard as a floor mat allowing me to slide comfortably under the muffler. Installation took me an hour and a half alone. Do watch the excellent etrailer video before installing at home. I watched it twice. On my Escape I had to carefully lift the hitch right side front corner into position first as the starboard plate lip must slide over and past a small vehicle protrusion. Not overly difficult if you are patient. One suggestion may be helpful. Screw the wire bolt coils past the first three bolt threads. This permits you to mount the washer and screw the nut, when ready, a couple threads while the wire coils are securely attached to the bolt. Once there is no danger of losing the bolt inside the frame rail the wire can be pulled perpendicular off the bolt, which of course ruins the coil, but working alone I found this much easier than trying to hold the bolt from slipping into the frame rail while trying to unscrew the wire coil. 289609



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2014 Ford Escape

As you described it in your videos it was very easy to install. It took about 30 mins to install. Great idea to provide the bolt pull wires to get the bolts though the frame. I would recommend this product to friends. I will be using it to hold a carrier to haul my electric scooter. 525399



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2014 Ford Escape

As descibed the installation didn't require any drilling. I installed it on a 2014 Ford Escape Titanium in 40 minutes. The hitch came with the hardware needed for the installation. It also came with 4 wires that were invaluable. They threaded onto the bolts and were used to feed the bolts and backing plate (that came with the hitch and referred to as spacers on the directions) up into the vehicle frame. If the wires didn't come with the kit, the installation would be almost impossible. We bought this hitch because we already had a bike a carrier that required the 2" receiver. We don't have any plans on towing with it, but due to its design and construction would feel comfortable using it to tow. Besides the 17mm wrench (directions calls for 11/16" wrench) to tighten the nuts, a file to expand the hole in the frame by 1/16th-1/8 of an inch (explained in the directions) I recommend a headlamp or flashlight, a pair of needle nose pliers and a small flat bar. You'll also need a torgue wrench good for 50 ft-lbs per the directions. Before getting started, check to see if the bolts will fit in the bottom hole on the vehicle frame. If not, use the file to modify the hole accordingy. It helped me to put a 1", 90 degree bend in the non-coiled end of the wire to help prevent that end of the wire from sliding back in thru the hole. Recommend fairleading the coiled end of the wire thru the side hole on the frame down to the hole on the bottom. I used a set of needle nose pliers to reach up into the frame to grab the wire and lead it out thru the bottom hole. Once all 4 wires wires are in place in the frame, push the passenger side of the hitch up into position and lead the bent end of the wires thru the corresponding holes on the hitch. The passenger side must go into position first as it needs to be fitted around the vehicle suspension/hoses. Thread the coilded end of the wire thru the hole on the backing plate (provided, referred to as spacers in the directions) and then screw the bolt into the coiled end of the wire. Push the backing plate up the wire into the hole and then push the bolt up thru the slightly modified hole. Take out the slack on the wire by pulling lightly on the bent end and lead the bent end thru the appropriate hole on the hitch. Provided the hole on the hitch is in line with the hole on the frame, the end of the bolt should come thru both easily when using light pressure on the wire to pull the bolt into position. On the first side, I kept pressure on bolts with the hitch to keep them from moving while I removed the wire and placed the washer and nut on each of them. To remove the wire, I pulled using more force and it unwound and came off. I left the passenger side nuts and bolts loose. Repeat the process on the driver side. The only difference on the driver side is, I used a small flat bar to apply upward pressure on bolt prior to removing the wire and adding the washer and nut. Once all four washers and nuts were on, I added some red locktite to the bolt and tighted the nuts using a 17mm wrench (directions call for 11/16"). Then torgue the nuts to 50 ft-lbs per the directions. Happy towing. 276435



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2017 Ford Escape

Took me about an hour with a helper for a few minutes just to get one bolt started thru the hitch (we are in our early seventies). Great product, good instructions and be sure to watch the video which was very helpful. There were no surprises from ordering, shipping or installing, all went well without a "hitch". Wish every project I do would go as smoothly. Good quality hitch. 388506



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2013 Ford Escape

This was entirely too easy to install. Only thing missing from the kit is knuckle protectors. I had actually planned to i stall this with a friend since I had never messed with something g like this but I got tired of seeing it in my garage for a week. I took it out of its packaging, saw a few places where the paint had been damaged and hit them with some spraypaint I had laying around. The wires to pull the bolts through the subframes were surprisingly easy to use. The part that took me the longest was trying to make sure I didn't push the bolts back through the holes when trying to get the nuts started . Overall I say this was well worth the 30 minutes it took to install. Wear mechanics gloves if you have them since it is easy to scrape knuckles on the sheet metal of your car. 281442



- 75758
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2013 Ford Escape

This was entirely too easy to install. Only thing missing from the kit is knuckle protectors. I had actually planned to i stall this with a friend since I had never messed with something g like this but I got tired of seeing it in my garage for a week. I took it out of its packaging, saw a few places where the paint had been damaged and hit them with some spraypaint I had laying around. The wires to pull the bolts through the subframes were surprisingly easy to use. The part that took me the longest was trying to make sure I didn't push the bolts back through the holes when trying to get the nuts started . Overall I say this was well worth the 30 minutes it took to install. Wear mechanics gloves if you have them since it is easy to scrape knuckles on the sheet metal of your car. 278645



- 75758
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2013 Ford Escape

The trailer hitch for my 2013 Ford Escape SEL was installed by myself but not without challenges. First off the good news is that all the holes of the trailer hitch matched up perfectly with the 2013 Escape frame. Also all the wiring lengths and connectors matched up perfectly with the 2013 Escape. I would highly recommend installing the wiring harness first and the trailer hitch second. I did it the other way around and the presence of the hitch made routing the wiring much more challenging. Now for the challenging part. A lot of the following comments won't make a lot of sense unless you are actually installing a trailer hitch and are reading the enclosed instructions. On the wire harness side the instructions call for removing for 8mm screws on each side of the lifted rear tail gate to remove the rear light assemblies. What the instructions don't tell you is that two of the screws on each side are located under plastic cosmetic covers the size of a quarter. You have to carefully pry these covers off with a small flat bladed screw driver. Next, the routing of the tail light connector wiring assemblies up from underneath the rear of the Escape is very challenging. I found I had to use the long, black #12 wire supplied for connection to the battery to "pull" the connector assemble up to the tail light area on both sides. I first threaded the black wire down from the tail light assemblies and then looped and taped it to one on the cable connectors. Pulling up the cable connectors was challenging since there is very little space especially near the tail lights. I had to pull the Escape side panel out with a lot of effort to make enough room for the connectors. Once the connector were through and in the tail light area there was plenty of room for the wiring and connectors. These comments apply to both tail gate areas. Attaching the white ground wire to the car was a challenge. I first attached it to a sheet metal bracket that hold the bumper on. Bad idea...when I tested the completed assembly it didn't work and the problem turned out to be no ground connection. I went against the instructions and drilled a tap hole in the car frame square beam on the rear drivers side and attached the ground wire there...presto...everything then worked. The last wiring harness challenge concerned routing the black wire from the battery compartment to the trailer wiring harness module on the drivers side rear. First off...it took me ten minutes to find the battery! The Escape engine compartment is really packed tight and it turns out the battery is stashed back against the firewall and has a plastic snap off cover that completely hides the battery and the cover is not labeled "battery"! Once I found the battery accessing the positive (+) terminal was easy. Routing the black wire from the battery throughout the engine compartment was very challenging. I had to use a stick from underneath the Escape to "catch" the black wire and pull it through. Once the black wire was through routing it (and tie wrapping it) to the undercarriage along the drivers side door was straight forward. Installing the trailer hitch frame had it's challenges as well. I found it easiest to thread the pull wires from the bolt hole end to the access hole on the Escape frame. I put the coiled spring end of the pull wire through the bolt hole first and used needle nosed plyers to "catch" it at the access hole. My biggest challenge was the supplied mounting bolt heads were too large to get through the access holes. I had to use my grinding wheel to shave off a sixteenth of an inch off the bolt heads (resulting in a small flat area) to get the bolts to feed through the access holes. Once I did this the bolts and brackets fed through to the mounting holes pretty easily. In order to work easily under the rear of the Escape I found I had to raise the rear wheels up six inches (I made a ramp of wood 2"x8"s stacked on each other.). Since I was working alone I used wood blocks to hold up the trailer hitch frame near it's final mounting position. Once I had a mounting bolt through a hitch mounting hole and before removing the pull wire from the bolt I took a piece of 1/4" by 6" long piece of duct tape and wrapped it around the mounting bolt and attached the ends to the hitch frame to prevent the bolt falling back into the Escape frame when I removed the pull wire from the mounting bolt. Once the first bolt was secured with a nut it was easy to move the hitch frame into position for securing the other three bolts. Hint: don't tighten any bolts until all bolts are secured. I could now do a second 2013 Escape trailer hitch in half the time...but I won't be doing that. Hopefully my experience will make your experience easier. 56035



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2017 Ford Escape

I'm giving this a two, I think that this will be a good product when installed. This is the reason for the two tho....I ordered the hitch and the wire harness together. I came home from work today excited to put the hitch on and wire up my car. The pictures show what I came home to.....no protection no box nothing on the hitch. there were dings and scratches tho....considering what it is those wont bother me, but still ship your product in boxes and show your customers that you care. Where is the wire harness? I called and the very nice lady said they usually shrink wrap the harness to one of the bars.....REALLY, gee I wonder why its not there. She said she would send one out no charge tomorrow....ummm I already paid for it why would you charge me? I wanted this set up by this weekend, you failed I would have been happy if you overnighted it to me, now I have to wait til next week. then one of the wires broke so I'm hoping I can retrieve the bolt and plate grrrrrrr. I may be happy once its done but right now it only gets two stars and that is being generous. 434624



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2014 Ford Escape

Overall, the hitch is robust and installed properly. The final fit to the vehicle is perfect. There is proper clearance to the bumper and exhaust. Aside from having to slightly bend one area of the mounting to make installation possible everything went as planned. The installation instructions for the hitch and wiring kit were correct and helpful. The method provided to fish the fasteners thru the frame rails is awesome. The vehicle wiring kit was very well made and thought out. The fit and connections were perfect. Pic # 1 Side plates that fit over outsides of frame rails were not to spec at the front. The inside dimension was 39.75". The frame rails are 40.50 outside to outside. The front of the plates required some bending before installation. Pic # 2 I welded a 1/4" thick plate to an old Floor Jack to lift the hitch into place because I had no help. I then bolted the hitch to the plate. Pic # 3 Another view of the hitch mounted to the plate. Pic # 4 Shows the 2014 Escape on Jack Stands with about 2" clear under tires. Also shows how I set the hitch onto the floor jack using an overhead hoist. Pic # 5 Shows how to attach chains to the hitch for lifting with a hoist or chain fall. 429389



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Great price and fast shipping. The plastic shipping wrap would have been better if the sharper edges were reinforced better with tape. However, the worst paint scar occurred before it was wrapped for shipping. All was fixed with some touch-up paint. Installation was exactly per the instructions and went well. Everything lined up and I let the receiver hang naturally from the 4 slightly loose mounting bolts before tightening it into place. I was disappointed to see that the square receiver opening was slightly rotated clockwise after I was finished (not enough to be a functional problem, but still mildly irritating to me - picture might look a little worse than reality, but it shows the idea). There is probably enough play in the mounting that I could try to even it up, but I decided that probably wasn't worth the effort. I'm only going to use this receiver for my bike rack and the placement of the wiring connector mounting platform is unfortunate. My rack has a ball detent type pin that only goes in on that side and I have to be really careful not to split my knuckles open when removing it. 112317



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It took a while to decide on ordering through etrailer versus having the local dealership or another vendor provide and install. The hitch showed up a day before expected and it sat in our family room until the weekend as a reminder to get it done. I decided to try it on my own while the family was away figuring if I could not handle it myself, I could have my son help when he got home. I had the back end of my 2104 Escape hanging out of the garage over the slanted driveway to allow for more room. All of the guide wires worked perfectly and I would stop occasionally to take another look at the installation video just to make sure I was doing it correctly. While installing the passenger side, I compensated for the opposite side by lifting it on to a rolled up tarp to give it height. For better alignment at the very point of pulling the bolt through, I was able to raise the driver side just a bit more with my leg. Once loosely secured, lifting and bolting the driver's side was not a problem. In the end, another set of hands may have kept me from wrestling with it but all in all it went smoothly and took less than an hour from start to finish. A great and economical approach - thanks for all of the research, the techniques and the instructional video. 283960



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The hitch and hardware are great and bolted up with no issues, and the service from etrailer.com was exceptional. I'm writing this review so you don't make the same installation mistake we did. Though it didn't affect our ability to complete the installation, we had to remove the bolts we had already fastened because we started by installing the driver's side, before moving over to the passenger's side. Do not do this! Ensure all four holes on the hitch are lined up with the holes on the frame before you pull any bolts through the frame, and pull them all through before installing the washers and nuts. There is a sway bar on the passenger side that will prevent you from raising the hitch into place if you have already bolted up the driver's side. Once we realized our error, we had already removed the wire fishes from the driver's side and connected the nuts, and had to reverse and re-attach the wire fish to the bolts. This is a scary process because the bolt could easily fall into the frame while reattaching the wire fish. Lastly, don't just rip the wire fishes off of the threads of the bolts, you will have to reuse them if you have to let the bolts drop back into the frame, like we did. Take care to screw the wire fish off of the end of the bolt so it doesn't stretch and can be reused. 481410



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2016 Ford Escape

I purchased the Draw-Tite Class III Max-Frame Round Tube Receiver Hitch, I truly believe this product will change the way I use my vehicle. I installed the receiver in less than an hour. The vehicle was on car ramps since I don't have access to a lift. I didn't need to remove the muffler as in the install video on eTrailer. Looks great on my vehicle!! I will purchase from eTrailer again if the need arises. My friends will hear of the great service and prompt delivery that I received. 516915



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Ford Escape

I have to admit, I was skeptical at first about buying a custom trailer hitch for my Ford Escape (Titanium 2015) because I knew it had to be a tricky design in order to accommodate the hands-free rear latch sensors underneath the rear bumper of the car. But I saw some good reviews online about etrailer.com so figured I would give them a shot. The result: awesome. The hitch is extremely well designed and well-built. It attaches directly to the frame of the car and, once installed, feels like it's part of the frame. As you can see from the photos, it's also very inconspicuous and looks as if it was designed by Ford specifically to put on this vehicle. I've used the hitch countless times and it always feels solid as a rock. BTW, I am the opposite of mechanically inclined, but was able to install the hitch myself following very clear, detailed instructions provided by etrailer.com with the hitch. I did need an assist from my son a couple of times to hold the hitch as I inserted bolts, but I saved a bunch of money not having to ask my dealer or someone else to install it. For any Ford Escape owner who has rear sensors for the hands-free hatch release, this hitch is the one you want... an A+ across the board. 247864


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Love the hitch and use it all the time. Works like a charm and have never had any problems.

Craig - 01/31/2018

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The packaging the hitch came was pretty beat up. The hitch was protruding out of the box on the sharp corners, but I mean what can you expect? This thing is heavy, no cardboard box is going to last transporting this thing. I don't think there are dents... I installed in an hour, by myself. I backed car up on ramps, and used a dolly to hold frame up for me. Instructions are super clear on the video, just follow them. Whatever you do, just don't pull the cables off the bolts until you are ready to slide the nuts and washers on, I almost screwed myself hard. Didn't take much filing down to fit the bolts through, you'll have no problem my dude. I haven't put a bike rack on it yet, so I don't know how much sway or wiggle I will get. But it feels solid, so I'm not worried about it at all. 4/5 Because of packaging and I haven't set a rack on it yet. Overall it seems good, and shipping got here in less than 3 days, order to door step, real quick. 420150



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Once installed, works great. A pain to install, but probably no other way to do it. I had to order separately a small bracket for my 4 prong trailer wire. It only costs a couple of dollars, and makes the whole setup super clean. Wish it was originally included. 654760



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Very fast delivery exactly what I order ed. 654684



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Great job getting the product! 654088



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Took uhaul guys 30 min to install for 37.50 what a great deal 653052



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I would like to thank etrailer for the outstanding quality and customer support for my order #107790338. This was my second hitch package I've ordered - the first one was perfect in shipping and installation, so I reordered a new package for my wife's new Escape. This time though, UPS totally destroyed the shipping package - I had to help the driver carry it into my garage (it was falling apart even with all the extra packaging tape on it!). When I checked it out, the keys were missing from the J pin locking package and the electronic wiring box was crushed. I called and explained my situation, and within minutes had a new J pin and wiring box headed my way - no need to send the damaged pieces back first. In these times where businesses cut back to squeeze out every dime, it is a pleasure to do business with a company that truly puts the customer first. I will continue to recommend etrailer to everyone looking for a trailer hitch and/or accessories. Thanks again - 642779



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Order my hitch online with etrailer. It was delivered within 4 days! Excellent customer service. Will definitely order from them again. 640529



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Hitch was easy to install. However it appears to have been damaged in shipping. Im not saying the box needs to be stuffed with styrofoam but some additional cardboard on the corners probably would’ve saved me repainting the hitch. 638546



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worked great fits great 638518



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I bought this trailer for my wife's Ford Escape as we wanted something that was strong enough to pull a small trailer and sturdy enough for a robust bike rack. It came packaged fairly well, the box did have some holes in it but the hitch itself wasn't damaged. I installed it with relative ease in about 35mins and with a little assistance from my wife on the pull wires. I don't have access to a lift or even a good jack so I used stacked bricks to build small wheel ramps which I then reversed the vehicle onto in order to give me the clearance needed to install it. It is exactly as advertised and I'd recommend this product and this company. 636833



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The hitch looks very well made. Delivery was on time. I spent an hour with two floor jacks & installed it myself. The fish wires worked really nice & installation was easy. Thanks etrailer!! 636260



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This review is for Hitch 75758 as well as 18144. First, I want to say that your products seem to be competitively priced - your price on the hitch I purchased beat other online prices. Second, your shipping was quite fast. It got here a lot sooner than I expected. Third - this thing is beefy - the pictures and video don't do it justice. I am impressed. Mounting it was relatively simple - since it was only me, I clamped it to my floor jack and lifted it into place with that - worked out fine. I then added the bracket for the trailer plug. I have not installed the wiring harness yet. However - to get instant use of the hitch I added a Foldable Hitch Cargo Carrier Mounted Basket. The trailer will be next. 635737



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This installation was 'way easier than I thought it was going to be! The video was extremely helpful...showed precisely what needed to be done, extra hints were very useful. I was able to install this by myself, although an additional set of hands would have been useful. Raising the end of the car using ramps, in my opinion, made this work! Thank you....! 634739



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Excellent product, easy to install and all the right hardware to make it go smoothly. Easy video instruction helped a lot. Shipping was fast customer support is great. FYI I installed the hitch by myself no help in about an 1-1/2 but I'm 70 years old. So anyone can do this it's that easy. 634698



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Great addition to my Ford Escape. The video from etrailer made installation easy. Just needed one helper to get the hitch in place. 634350



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I would have given this a 5 Star rating however the shipping box needs to be improved upon arrival it had torn apart in numerous places, I had a similar experience with another hitch that I ordered from another company but was for the wrong year. This was installed on my wife's 2018 Ford Escape SE, the video instructions were excellent. I attempted to install by myself with out a hoist, was not possible. With help and a floor jack it went on easily and quickly. My wife will now be able to tow our boat when we go on vacation as I am towing the RV. Great product and good support from etrailer 634085



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Arrived quickly and easy to install with hammer & socket wrench, fits perfect! 633836



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This was the first time I’ve ever ordered a hitch. I wasn’t to sure witch one, type or how to install one. The etrailer staff was more that helpful in not only ensuring I received the correct item I needed, but made sure it got to me in a very timely manner and in perfect condition! Two main reasons I decided to purchase from them were the competitive price and the extremely useful installation videos! Once order, I wanted to make sure I had ordering the correct model and one quick email to etrailer put my concerns to rest! Thank you etrailer for all your help! 633118



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Watched the video and put the hitch on in 25 minutes. Very easy! 629320



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Quick shipping as always with etrailer.com. This install was simplified by the fact that only 4 bolts are required. I was able to install it by myself with the help of a scissor jack to help with the lift. The only issue not mentioned in the install video is the very limited access to the passenger side forward nut. They caution during the install to be careful when putting the the hitch up and over the fuel fill hose and tube. That done, the access to the nut and the swing of the handle of the wrench is very limited due to the fuel fill line and the wheel well liner. I overcame that and the rest was very straight forward. I did not install any wiring at this point as it will only be used for a bike rack. 628860



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Perfect! One word covers everything. Price; Fit; Hardware; Ease of installation... Also works PERFECT! 625360



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Review for my install and haven't use the product yet! Installed the trailer hitch and wiring harness myself without jacking up my car. The hitch was delivered with some slight damage (paint scraped off) on the ends. I called etrailer and they agreed to pay for a can of paint to fix this issue which I need anyway. The refund for the paint happened within minutes of my call. Install alone and had two issues with the install: 1. Trailer hitch about 0.5" too narrow, I expanded it some using a mallet. 2. One wire guide for the bolt/washer broke. It would be a good idea to included a set of extra wire guides with the kit! I used bracelet wire for a replacment and used a auto type magnet tool to fish out the bolt and washer from inside the car frame. The rest of the install worked as it should and your videos were wonderful for this project! I also installed wiring harness as well. 619691


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