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CURT 40062 Chrome Trailer Hitch Ball, 3,500 lbs, 1-7/8-Inch Diam

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CURT 40062 Chrome Trailer Hitch Ball, 3,500 lbs, 1-7/8-Inch Diam

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Product description

CURT 1-7/8" trailer balls are constructed from high-strength steel to match the towing power of your class 1 or class 2 trailer hitch and ball mount and come with fine threads on the shank for improved holding strength. Having a trailer ball that matches your coupler size is absolutely essential. At CURT, we engineer our trailer balls to be precisely fitted. When we stamp 1-7/8" into the top of each hitch ball, we actually mean 1-7/8".This CURT tow ball features a ball capacity of 3,500 lbs. It is able to tow most utility trailers, boat trailers, campers, smaller livestock trailers and some recreational vehicle haulers (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest weight capacity of any towing component; i.e. the vehicle, hitch, trailer, etc). As with any trailer, be sure that your towing equipment is capable of handling the load before hitching up. This trailer ball also features a 1" shank diameter, a 2-1/8" shank length, 0" of rise and a nickel-chrome finish to protect against corrosion and wear. Like all CURT trailer balls, our 1-7/8" balls are tested for your safety and meet all U.S. VESC specifications.


From the manufacturer

1. Weight rating

Before selecting a trailer hitch ball, it is important to know how much weight you’ll be towing. Each trailer balls is rated to certain gross trailer weight capacity and tongue weight capacity. The gross trailer weight is the total weight of the trailer, while the tongue weight is the weight specifically at the coupling point.

Remember, your towing capacity is always limited by the lowest-rated towing component, whether that’s the vehicle, the trailer hitch or the tow ball.

2. Coupler size

The second important factor to consider is the size of your trailer coupler. Many couplers are adjustable, but only within a limited range.

When selecting a tow hitch ball, choose one with a ball diameter that matches the coupler size. It is extremely dangerous to attempt to tow without a matching tow ball and coupler.

3. Hole size

'Hole size' refers to the diameter of the mounting hole into which the trailer hitch ball shank is inserted. The diameter of the hole must be no more than 1/16” larger than the diameter of the shank.

If you already own a ball mount or bumper with a mounting hole that is too larger, you may be able to make up the difference using a CURT reducer bushing of the appropriate size.

4. Platform thickness

The thickness of the mounting structure is also vitally important, whether that mounting structure is a CURT ball mount, fixed-tongue trailer hitch or a bumper. The platform must be at least 3/8” thick to be considered safe for towing.

If the mounting platform is too thick, CURT trailer balls are available with a variety of shank lengths, including up to 3-1/2".

1. Weight rating

2. Coupler size

3. Hole size

4. Platform thickness

CURT 40062 Chrome Trailer Hitch Ball, 3,500 lbs, 1-7/8-Inch Diam

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