- Fits trailer hitches with a 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ receiver tube opening
- Equipped with a 1-1/4″ hole to accept a trailer ball shank
- 3-1/2″ rise or 5″ drop for precise trailer leveling
- Shank constructed from solid steel for optimum strength
CURT heavy-duty welded ball mounts are the pinnacle of the receiver-style ball mount design. They are built from CNC-formed steel and are robotically welded to be strong, clean and precisely fitted. These ball mounts have the towing power to match our class 5 hitch line, offering a gross trailer weight capacity of 15,000 lbs. and a tongue weight capacity of 1,500 lbs. This makes the heavy-duty ball mount a perfect fit for the heaviest trailers to hit the road, including small yacht trailers, double-axle utility trailers, toy haulers, car haulers, RVs and more (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest weight capacity of any towing component; i.e. the vehicle, hitch, trailer, etc).
This particular CURT heavy-duty ball mount comes with 5″ of drop, 3-1/2″ of rise and has a length of 10″. It is equipped with a 1-1/4″ trailer ball hole and features a 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ shank. To keep our class 5 ball mounts well protected, we coat each one in a durable gloss black powder coat finish. This makes them rust-resistant, scratch-resistant and UV-resistant for a long-lasting towing solution. No matter where you find yourself every day — the construction site, the industrial park or the open fields — when you need towing equipment that will work as hard as you do on the job, trust CURT heavy-duty. Our class 5 ball mounts are tough as nails to make heavy-duty towing look easy. They are the perfect complement for your full-size pickup, SUV, flatbed or other commercial truck.
Eliminating just 400lbs in a full size van could increase fuel economy over 1 mpg and save you more than $2,640 over the vehicle lifetime!!
Saving a vehicle operator just 5 minutes per day with customized organization could gain you 21 billable hours per year and save you more than $6,664 over the vehicle lifetime!
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