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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class II - 1-1/4"

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2007 Lincoln MKX - Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class II - 1-1/4"

This fully welded, corrosion-resistant Lincoln MKX trailer hitch receiver is perfect for your light-duty towing needs. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. Drawbar sold separately.


  • Custom-fit trailer hitch lets you tow a trailer or carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your Lincoln MKX
  • Computer-aided, fully welded steel construction ensures strength and durability
  • Tested Tough - safety and reliability criteria exceed industry standards
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Drawbar and pin and clip sold separately


  • Receiver opening: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4"
  • Rating: Class II
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 300 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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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. Technical Support

At 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.

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Video of Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class II - 1-1/4"

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

Video Transcript for Trailer Hitch Installation - 2008 Lincoln MKX - Draw-Tite

Today, on our 2008 Lincoln MKS, we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Draw-Tite Custom Fit Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver. This is going to offer the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening. It's part number is 36447. This is what our hitch is going to look like installed. It offers a really nice clean look. Our cross tube remains mainly hidden up here behind our rear fascia.

The only thing we're really left with is going to be our receiver tube opening. Now this is a class II hitch, so we've got an inch and a quarter by an inch and a quarter opening. It's going to work with bike racks, cargo carriers, ball mounts, whatever your needs might be. You've got a half inch diameter pinhole. That's what we're going to use to secure all of those items with. There should be plenty of space no matter what type of accessory you want to use, whether it's just a regular pin and clip, maybe an anti-rattle bolt, locking hitch pin clip, whatever you feel like.

See here, we've got a rounded stock style safety chain connection points. These are going to be plenty large enough to connect just about whatever size safety chain you'd want to. The end of our receiver tube opening here is reinforced with the welded on collar that goes around it. Now the hitch offers a 300 pound tongue weight rating, so that's the maximum downward force that we can put here at the receiver tube opening. It gives us a 3500 pound gross trailer weight rating. That will be the total weight of your trailer and anything that you're going to load up on it.

Of course, we do want to look into the owner's manual on the MKS, want to figure out what it's rated for, then we need to use whichever of those numbers are the lowest. Now a few measurements that are going to be helpful when selecting your ball mounts, bike racks, or hitch cargo carriers will be from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube opening. We've got 13 3/4" of an inch. Then from the center of our hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of our bumper. It's about 6. Now to begin our installation, we're going to be lowering the exhaust on the vehicle down.

It's going to help us give us some room to work. What we want to do is use either a jack stand underneath the exhaust to give it support or, what I like to do is, just use a cam buckle strap. Pull that up nice and tight under that exhaust. Now we're going to remove a few hangers and then we'll put some slack in this and allow it to come down a little bit. We have one hanger that's located right here in the middle, and then we'll have our tailpipes if we work out. Right where it makes this bend, there's going to be one located right on top here on the driver's side and also same spot on the passenger side. Now to help remove our hangers, we're going to use some spray lubricant here and then a large screwdriver, maybe a pry bar if you've got it, and then you just want to pry them out to that outside edge. Get them popped off. We'll do both sides and then we can take care of the one in the middle. Now like we talked about before, we'll just loosen that strap up a little bit, let that come down. Should give us plenty of room to get in there where we need to. Now we come here in the middle of the fascia. There's a support that goes up. Right in the middle of that, there's a bolt. It's going to require a 7/32 socket. Want to get that taken out. Now with that screw out, we want to push that support rearward, just like that, and we can reinstall our screw. Now it's going to be time to pull down our heat shield. We're going to have one on each side. We've got one, two, three screws that are going to come out. Right here, there's a pushpin fastener. For this, we're going to use an 8mm. We've also got a small pushpin fastener right here, so we'll use a screwdriver or maybe a trim panel tool like this. Get that popped out. You can see wiring. It's going to run right in and connect there. Want to pop that out. Now the two screws that we take out of the frame rail here, we're going to give these back to our customer, or if you're doing it home, you'll just want to stick them some place safe in case you ever remove your hitch. Now we'll do the same thing over on our passenger side. We just won't have that rear wiring attachment to deal with here. Now on our heat shields, we've got this small tab that sticks up here. I'm going to use some aviation shears and just snip those off. Just like that. You could also use a cut off wheel or whatever you've got handy there. We're ready to put these back in place. Now we'll push our fastener back up in the hole it came out of and reinsert our bolt or screw. We can push our wiring back in now. I kind of bent that a little bit as I was putting it in place, so we'll just kind of flex that back out. You'll notice here where I trimmed off that tab, it's still kind of blocking my hole a little bit, so I'm going to take a little bit more off of there. I want to have full access to that hole. That's where one of our bolts are going to come through. That ought to take care of it. Now we'll go ahead and get our passenger side heat shield put back in place. We'll be using this forward attachment point here and then the hole that's located right here, right in front of that pinch weld. To get our hardware in place, we'll use our pull wire. Place it down and through and it's going to come out right back here on the back side of the bumper. It's kind of hard to see, but it exists. I promise. Now we're going to slide our spacer block onto the pull wire and we're also going to thread on one of our half inch carriage bolts. Now we want to feed these up into the frame separately. We'll feed our spacer block up and in, then we can feed our bolt up and in, then it's just a matter of pulling them up, just like that. You want to make sure the square on the bolt engages the square in the spacer block. Some instructions will tell you to leave your pull wires attached. Some will tell you to remove them. I like to go ahead and remove them, that way when we raise our hitch up into position, we're not worried about trying to loosen those up. Now I'll do the same thing for our forward hole here. All right. Now when we put our hitch into position, we're going to sandwich the heat shield between that plate. That's going to hold that up nice and secure. Now let's head over to our to our passenger side where we'll repeat the exact same process there. Now we're going to get ourselves an extra set of hands, help us raise our hitch into position. We'll just want to guide it over the bolts. Now our hardware . We're going to be using a conical tooth washer and also a hex nut. You'll see the teeth of this washer. They need to face up toward our hitch. We'll just thread on our nut there and we'll go over to the other side and do the same thing there. All right. Now with all of our hardware started, we can take just a quick look to be sure our hitch is centered with the vehicle, then we'll get those snug down. We're going to use a 19mm or a 3/4 inch socket. All right. Now we'll grab our torque wrench. We'll look into our instructions there. We're going to find our specifications. We're going to torque all of our hardware down properly. All right. Got that torqued down properly. Now let's get that exhaust raised back up into position and we'll be ready to start enjoying this car again. Little bit of spray lubricant on these hangers are going to help us out. Raise it into position and they usually slide on fairly easy. All right. We'll pull our strap down and get to hauling. With our exhaust back in place, that completes the installation of our Draw-Tite Custom Fit Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 36447, on our 2008 Lincoln MKS.

Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class II - 1-1/4" - 36447

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

This fully welded, corrosion-resistant vehicle trailer hitch receiver is perfect for your light-duty towing needs. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. Drawbar sold separately.

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2008 Lincoln MKX

MKX Installation Problem I just finished installing the Draw-Tite hitch #36447 on a 2008 Lincoln MKX. The quality of the hitch and the fit to the MKX is excellant. I used the installation instructions supplied, 36447N, dated 3-21-07, Rev. C. The only problem encountered was the Carriage Bolts would not fit thru any of the openings in the frame rail. The wide notch on the outside of both rails was not wide enough. And there is NO access hole at the end of the frame rails on the MKX. It is welded shut with an end cover. I needed to grind approx. 1/8" off the round head of each carriage bolt parallel to one of the sides of the square under the head, to be able to pull the bolt thru the "NOT" wide enough slot on the outside of each frame rail. The installation instructions may be ok for the Ford Edge, but not quite correct for the Lincoln MKX. Other than that, I'm happy with the product 1760

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Im going to start with the shipping and tracking , shipped on time and tracking system is the best . Ok I watched the videos for hitch and wiring they where a big help .I installed hitch and wiring harness myself in about 3-1/2 hrs .it would be a lot less time if you had help. Videos very clear an easy to understand went on the way they said and looks great . 209575

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2007 Ford Edge

Installed myself on 2007 Ford Edge AWD, and perfect fit was exactly as expected from Draw-Tite. This car should only have the inch and a quarter receiver for the size/weight of the car and never the 10,000 lb. capacity 2" model. Car cannot safely handle enough towed weight to warrant the 2" hitch. Very pleased. 269998

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From start to finish dealing with etrailer was a great experience.The order was well handled, the instructions were very clear and accurate, making the installation go very well. The $48 expendure for the wiring harness was the best money I could spend. Being a fussy old man, with the help of my son we did not run the 12 volt feed along the chassis. We disassembled the trim inside the car and ran it behind the kick plates under the door openings.Rest assured we will deal with etrailer again. 13157

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2010 Ford Edge

My review is from my husband because he installed this for me. He was very impressed with the videos and instructions provided for installation. The wire provided was a plus it worked out perfect. I am happy it didn’t take him long to install it and I was able to go out and try it out!!! ! 488830

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2007 Ford Edge

Class II Hitch # 36447 installed on my 2007 Ford Edge. 23185

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Ford Edge

Bad Paint Job Awesome shopping experience with ETrailer. The hitch is ok. It is very easy to install; I did it myself in a couple of hours. The construction looks tough and it fits the Ford Edge perfectly. The only complaint is the paint job. I had to buy some anti rust paint to cover some scratches and spots. 2311

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2008 Ford Edge

Installed this hitch on my 2008 Edge in about 2 hours. I would have been done quicker but did it lying on my back and by myself. All in all it was very easy. Everything fit in place per the instruction sheet and the online video. 17042

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Service Extra I have been in business for 40 years. I know that the customer is King your service is excellent and your follow up is the thing that keeps the doors open for a long time. Great doing bisiness with such a good group. 4421

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2010 Ford Edge

My husband and I installed it together on my Edge. It is very easy to put on vehicle with one person. I also like the ease of loading and unloading bikes;) 491890

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by: is awesome! this reciver is nice but the slots were not wide enough for my car, i had to mill them out to make it fit! 3164

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hitch looks great and arrived sooner than expected. eTrailer was easy to deal with. Plan to install the hitch next week. 42639

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I was amazed at how fast my product was delivered. This was the best company to deal with. Thank you kindly. 19989

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Ford Edge

Fits great on my Ford Edge. I put my Thule bike rack on it and carry a 50 pound Pedego electric bicycle 336683


Haven’t used it as much as I would have liked, but it works great!

Linda C - 01/29/2018


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Great product and super company to order from! Thank you! 117103

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great prices,I got what I ordered, I recommend etrailer 7567


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  • Where to Attach Curt Stabilization Strap on a 2008 Ford Edge to Carry a Bike Rack
  • Curt does not specify where the stabilization strap # 18050 has to go on a vehicle, just that it has to be attached to the vehicle and the carrier in the hitch. Generally you will want the connection point on your 2008 Ford Edge to be higher than where it is attached at the bike rack. It would probably be easiest to attach the vehicle end to the gap between the rear hatch and the body of the vehicle somewhere. If you go with one of the Draw-Tite trailer hitches ( # 75992, # 36447) you...
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  • Available Trailer Hitches for a 2011 Ford Edge
  • There are 3 trailer hitch available for your 2011 Ford Edge, I have included a link to them below, but the 36447 hitch that you have referenced will only fit a 2007 model Ford Edge. Of the available trailer hitches that will fit, all but one of them are Class III trailer hitches with 2 inch receivers. You will actually have more accessory options with a Class III trailer hitch than you would with a smaller Class II or Class I hitch. If a Class II, 1-1/4 inch hitch is required, you can...
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  • Bike Rack and Hitch Recommendation for a 2010 Ford Edge
  • For carrying bikes at the rear of a vehicle I always will recommend going with a hitch mounted option vs. a trunk option for the reason you mentioned. Truck racks end up contacting the vehicle body which could potentially cause damage. Typically this isn't the case if the bike rack and vehicle are kept clean and the rack isn't overloaded. But it is still something to be cautious about. Instead a hitch mounted option would be much more ideal. The most popular bike rack we carry that...
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