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2" Hitch Ball - 2" Rise - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - 6,000 lbs

2" Hitch Ball - 2" Rise - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - 6,000 lbs

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2-1/8" Long x 1" diameter shank featuring a ball with a 2" high rise above the platform. Fine threads provide superior strength, and the nickel chrome finish offers corrosion protection. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch ball from CURT. 2" Hitch Ball - 2" Rise - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - 6,000 lbs part number C40034 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CURT Trailer Hitch Ball - C40034

  • Trailer Hitch Ball
  • 2 Inch Diameter Ball
  • 1 Inch Diameter Shank
  • Standard Ball
  • Hi-Rise Ball
  • 2-1/8 Inch Shank Length
  • 6000 lbs GTW
  • Class III
  • CURT
  • Chrome-Plated Steel

2-1/8" Long x 1" diameter shank featuring a ball with a 2" high rise above the platform. Fine threads provide superior strength, and the nickel chrome finish offers corrosion protection.


Features:

  • High-rise design lets you easily match ball to trailer height
    • Trailer hitch ball sits 2 extra inches above the ball mount platform
  • Fine threads provide exceptionally tight, strong grip
  • Nickel chrome finish resists corrosion
  • Lock washer and nut included


Specs:

  • Ball diameter: 2"
  • Shank dimensions: 2-1/8" long x 1" diameter
  • Ball rise: 2"
  • Capacity: 6,000 lbs


A-34 40034 Curt High-Rise 2" Trailer Ball - Chrome - 6,000 lbs





Video of 2" Hitch Ball - 2" Rise - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - 6,000 lbs

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




Video Transcript for Curt 2 Inch Hitch Ball Review C40034

Today, we are going to be taking a look at the CURT trailer ball. So this trailer ball is a little special. What makes it special Is this right here. You can actually get two inches of rise, just by putting this ball on our ball mount. So our ball mount is a four-inch drop and a two-inch rise. But with this, we're actually kind of swapping it around.

We're going to have a two-inch drop and if we flipped it around, we'll have a four-inch rise. So that's kind of crazy how just one ball can completely change what your ball mounts gonna do for you. So if you liked the ball mount, or you just like, "It gets the job done, why do I need a new one I just need an extra inch or two." This is really going to shine for that. We also have some that are only going to be about an inch. So whatever tickles your fancy, just go ahead and grab whatever size is gonna be right for you.

This one is a two-inch rise, but it's also a two-inch ball. So just look on your coupler, make sure it's the same size. And then also take into consideration, that this thing has a capacity of 6,000 pounds. So with our ball mounts 7,500, and then the ball is 6,000. So the lower number of the two is going to be the max of what we can use with this setup.

So 6,000 pounds for this setup. You wanna make sure that you pair that up. And that's one of the things you need to kind of look for. Also, another thing you need to look for is the hole on your ball mount that you have or the ball mount that you're gonna get it needs to be an inch in diameter because the shank is an inch in diameter. We don't want it any bigger because there'll be so much play.

And then anything smaller, of course, is not really going to fit. So that's two things that you need to look for whenever you kind of pairing this up because this thing by itself isn't going to do anything. You need a ball. We have a lot of different options on our website, so just figure out what you need, figure out exactly what you want, and then etrailer's here to hook you up. There really isn't a whole lot when it comes to trailer balls, this was just super awesome. 'Cause, it has that extra rise there. Made of steel. And if you we're to maybe add something else to the setup, just grab some grease just to keep this ball nice and shiny for all the years of use that you're going to do with it. All in all, this is gonna be a great option for ya. And again, this was the CURT two-inch rise, two-inch trailer ball..

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2" Hitch Ball - 2" Rise - 1" Diameter x 2-1/8" Long Shank - 6,000 lbs - C40034

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (714 Customer Reviews)

2-1/8" Long x 1" diameter shank featuring a ball with a 2" high rise above the platform. Fine threads provide superior strength, and the nickel chrome finish offers corrosion protection.

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Product as described and customer service was great as always!



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This was exactly what I needed and it was shipped very fast. Great service.



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exactly as shown. video of the ball answered questions that I had. easy tightening. Some reviews stated that the ball didnt have cuts for tightening for two wrenches one to tighten the other to keep it from turning. I didnt have a problem one lock washer is chinsed down flat your good. Put it in your hitch for a quarter more turn and your good. with 2" drop this allowed it to become zero drop which was my goal . ordered from etrailer before and will if need in the future. live in cali so it took a few days but it was shipped out a couple hours after I ordered it. Now my bassboat trailer is level























Stan M.

8/27/2020

Works great leveled out my trailer. Now alls good. Exactly what I needed.



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I had a stealth hitch on my previous car, and a custom trailer for the track. I bought a stealth hitch for my new car, but it sits lower. Etrsiler worked at me to combine a high rise snap in to my hitch and a two inch riser ball that brought it up to the previous car height



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Appears to be excellent quality. Installed easily and will raise the front of my trailer to level it without modifying my hitch

Charles G.

7/8/2020

Is the perfect height to level my trailer. However did seem to start rusting in a short time



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I needed to raise my tongue height to make trailer tow level. This looks like it will do the job. Thanks. etrailer was quick and convenient, got the ball 2 days earlier than promised.

Phil L.

7/28/2019

Just fine, thanks.



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Exactly what I needed for my 4 wheeler to keep the tongue of the trailer from being too low. The price was good and the delivery was quick. The only thing I had to do was to enlarge the hole to fit the one inch shank. Thanks etrailer for having what I needed.

Joseph

9/13/2021

Still working out great a year later. The trailer tongue does not hit the ground when I tow it with my four wheeler.



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My popup trailer sits at about neutral to my Tacoma TRD. With a standard hitch it would sit too low/too high depending on orientation. This riser hitch ball is the perfect solution and now my popup is within 3/4" of level to my Tacoma. There are however two bad details about this ball: The design is poor because there is no wrench flat on the body to help tighten the nut. There is no other way than clamping in a vise to tighten the nut. Second, even with a rag, the substandard plating wore off when tightened in the vise. This exposed the copper substrate plating, which will corrode. I had to cover the exposed area with 2 part epoxy to prevent corrosion. I am a huge fan of e-trailer. This product fills my need, but the quality is below average.



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Chrome finish is poor Works fine



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Great quality, Excellent chrome plate over copper plate base on the steel. No problem as long as you can access the nut to tighten it. However, in my application the nut is captured in a recess, so you have to turn the ball to tighten it. There are no flats to wrench he ball. Strap wrench just slipped, leather over pipe wrench jaws got two turns before chrome polished the leather and slipped, triple wrap of duct tape got two more turns before tape ripped and adhesive slipped. Gave up and cranked pipe wrench. To cover scratched chrome masked off ball and around base and painted black to match hitch. Looks like it was made that way.



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Solved the problem of getting the trailer level and being able to use the dolly wheel on the trailer. The shaft on the dolly wheel was too short and this extended ball took care of the problem. Great product....great solution.



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Worked out perfectly. When my truck bed was loaded with heavy
material, could not get trailer tongue wheel completely staight
and locked. Just needed a bit more height, and far cheaper then a whole
new setup !



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My second 2" rise hitch ball - did just what I needed - eased the tongue weight on my towing vehicles which have a low height relative to the type trailer I have - Thanx etrailer



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Haven't had a chance to use it yet however this saved me quite a bit of money. I needed a rise for my 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan however I already had a ball mount from a previous vehicle. I flipped that ball mount and used this ball with a 2" rise and was able to get close enough to the hitch height I wanted with no issues.



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This product was the only way I could find to pull my trailer level. I wish there were 2" ball mounts made with just 1" or less drop. As is with this product the drop significantly reduces ground clearance compared to the level of the receiver.



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Well, I needed a reciever hitch and 2" ball kinda quick. They had the perfect set up and quality product avaiable and sent it asap. Great service. You gotta try them!



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Great products, prices and service! Etrailer is hard to beat. Extremely fast turn around, my order was shipped the same day. The selection is very complete. I ordered some 2" hitch balls. Riser balls are hard to find in my area.



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Obtained the proper hitch height but you will need an impact wrench and a 1 1/2" socket to tighten the nut. There is no flat on the shank to place a wrench to stop the ball from spinning while tightening. You could use a pipe wrench but that would destroy the chrome finish.



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I am very excited about this tow ball with its extra height. My trailer now has much less weight on the tow ball which previously tended to lower the back end of my car. Etrailer had my order out the door within hours and the approximately [price] for shipping/handling was very reasonable given the weight of this tow ball. Highly recommended!



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Works well to level my boat trailer. Pipe wrench required for mounting as there are no flats on the hitch.



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Should have looked at more options before buying this type of Hitch Ball. Used it once...I don't trust the long shank...went with a different setup!



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A simple solution to a sometimes tricky problem, the extra rise on the Curt hitch balls will enable you to zero in on getting the trailer level with minimal effort.



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my 2"hitch ball with 2" riser came in about a week very good quality nice heavy chrome it looks great on my custom hitch



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Got it to get mor hitch height on my UTV. Amount of rise is as described and solved the issue for my application.



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EXACTLY what I needed! My Toyota Highlander hitch was too low, and I needed a two-inch rise to make it easier to hook with the boat trailer. Perfect! Happy with fast shipping, very reasonable price, and very high quality! What's not to like?


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    The smallest diameter shank we offer in the high rise hitch balls is 1 inch like with the part # C40034 which is a 2 inch ball with a 2 inch rise built into it. This has a 6,000 lb capacity. I attached a link to a page that has all of the ball mounts we carry with a 1 inch diameter ball hole.
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    We have 2 high rise hitch balls that have the 2-5/16 inch diameter, and they both have the 1-1/4 inch shank. We have the 2 inch rise # C40034 and the 1 inch rise # C40033. There is not a 2-5/16 inch hitch ball that has a 1 inch shank. If you want a ball mount that will work with this, I recommend the B&W Heavy-Duty Ball Mount - 1" Rise, 2" Drop - 8-1/2" Long - 16,000 lbs # BWBMHD30010.
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