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Curt Multi-Ball Mount Review

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Review of the Curt Multi-Ball Mount

Adam: What's going on everybody, Adam here with etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at your options for multi ball mounts by Curt. If you have a two inch hitch and multiple different trailers, you plan on hauling, we have a couple different ball mounts that are really going to be the Swiss army knife of ball mounts. You've got to buy one and it's going to take care of all those needs you may have when hauling. They have a couple of similarities and a couple of differences, so we're going to go over all of those with you now. So we're going to have some that are just going to have two balls and then some are going to have three.

These have pretty much the same exact specs, but there's a couple of little bit of differences.First things first, the three ball mount is going to include an inch and 7/8ths ball, and the two ball mount is not. The inch and 7/8ths ball is going to have a gross trailer weight of 5,000 pounds and a tongue weight of 500 pounds. Our two inch ball on all three is going to have a gross trailer weight of 7,500 pounds and a tongue weight of 750 pounds. And all three are also going to have a two and 5/16ths inch ball on top, and that's going to have a gross trailer weight of 10,000 pounds with a tongue weight of 1,000 pounds. All of them are going to be made of a steel construction.

They do have hollow shanks and they have a nice powder-coated finish. Both the three and the two are going to have an overall length of one foot. They have a steel construction with a hollow shank, and they are going to come with a powder-coated finish and two different color options. You can either get chrome or you can get the black powder-coated balls.Let's take some measurements. On the three ball from the center of the hitch pin hole to the inch and 7/8ths and two inch ball it's going to be about...

And then from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the two and 5/16ths ball, it is going to be about. On our two ball mount from the center of the hitch pin hole to the two inch and inch and 7/8ths ball to the very center, It's going to be about eight and a quarter inches. Now we can go ahead and put the ball mount in. I'm going to be using the two and 5/16ths inch ball, and I am going to be using etrailer lock, 5/8ths inch diameter, just because I like to have that added comfort whenever I leave my ball mount in my hitch.I have a stock Tahoe and it's really the average ride height for most vehicles you're going to be hauling with, so I really don't need a rise or drop. So this straight shank multi ball is perfect.

To sum it all up, if you don't have a vehicle that's a little bit higher than your stock ride height, maybe you have bigger tires, maybe a tiny bit of lift, this is going to be the great way to get a really cost-effective ball mount that's going to cover all of your bases. And that's going to do it for our look at the options for Curt multi ball mounts..

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