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|Attachment Location:||Vehicle Frame or Bumper (Varies by Application)|
|Maximum Gross Towing Weight Carrying:||4000 lbs|
|Maximum Gross Towing Weight Distributing:||6000 lbs|
|Maximum Tongue Weight Carrying:||400 lbs|
|Maximum Tongue Weight Distributing:||600 lbs|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||Yes|
|Receiver Size:||2 in|
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Comments about Curt Class 3 Trailer Hitch:
This unit, custom made for the 1986-97 Ford Aerostar, fits perfectly. It is well made and was dimensionally square. Shipment was fast and it arrived complete with all hardware and without damage.
Some caveats on installation. The instructions are worthless and misleading. They estimate 45 minutes. It took me many hours. The major problem is that the 'access hole' in the Aerostar frame is way too small to enable the bolts and back-up plates to get inside the frame. So you have to double the size of this access, while on your back and using the limited tools available to the average shade tree mechanic.
Once this laborious work is done the fishwire method employed to position the bolts works well.
Don't bother removing the rear bumper in hopes that the rear of the frame will then be exposed, greatly simplifying the job. This is all boxed in and just results in uneccessary work.
You do have to temporarily remove the rubber bumper stops that are attached to the rear axle. This is necessary to free up space for your drill to drill the forward holes.