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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by haknslash View Post
    Ordered some Husky rear wheel well liners. Why Ford continues to skimp on these and charge as an option is beyond me. Liners should arrive Thursday. Also getting a stage 1 polish and detail and PPF wrap with Xpel Ultimate+ on Friday to help protect the paint since I commute so far to work on the highways.


    BTW Anyone running the Curt 45900 adjustable drop hitch? My last setup was all Curt hardware and it seems well built. I like there is a gusset welded in for support compared to other higher prices adjustable hitches.

    https://www.amazon.com/CURT-45900-Ad...79589068&psc=1
    If i were you I would go with the BW tow and stow... They make different drop lengths and when not in use it tucks up under the truck so you dont bash any shins

    https://www.amazon.com/Trailer-Hitch...d-5992ecbdb227
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  2. #52
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    Ended up going with the Curt 45900 and it’s a beast! Solid throughout and I just feel safer with the beefier gusset design. Ready to tow for the season.







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  3. #53
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    It's definitely heavy looking. I am sure the picture angle is deceptive, but it looks like the bottom of that hitch is only a few inches from the ground?

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  4. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by HFarr View Post
    It's definitely heavy looking. I am sure the picture angle is deceptive, but it looks like the bottom of that hitch is only a few inches from the ground?

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    Yea it’s just the angle I took the pic last night. It has just over 12 1/2” clearance from the bottom of the hitch to the ground.



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  5. #55
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    Oh yeah! That's plenty. I was starting to think you might plow some fields during the off season with that first picture! LOL!

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  6. #56
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    That Curt is nice, and 10k# for the 2" ball is plenty.


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  7. #57
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    If you invert it, itíll keep you from from high centering when backing out of steep driveway. Ask me how I know!

    Check to ensure your tailgate wonít drop on it when inverted. Again, ask me how I know.

    On a bright side, it saved the coupler from denting the bumper when I asked a friend to back my truck up to my trailer.


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    Yes it's a Curt! Great quality at a great price. This is a pic I forgot to post on an earlier topic in the thread on how the rear e-brakes have a braking effect on the front wheels while in 4H or 4L. Transmission in Neutral, transfer case in 4H, e-brake on, the suburban is not moving with the rear wheels off the ground. Mind you, this may not work when you are in "Auto" 4WD with an open "differential" in the transfer case. The tractor picking it up actually only has one drum brake on the pinion shaft side of the front axle and applies braking force thru the driveline to all the wheels for the e-brake.

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    I have to ask......what the hell happened here!?

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  10. #60
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    Must be going for the old skool muscle car rake look
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