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Customer Reviews for Curt Manufacturing Front-Mount Receiver Hitch - Fits 1999-2006 Ford Super Duty Trucks, Model# 31114

Curt Manufacturing Front-Mount Receiver Hitch - Fits 1999-2006 Ford Super Duty Trucks, Model# 31114

Item# 337811
Securely attach a cargo carrier or winch to the front of your truck. Also handy for launching boats and other uses. Class 3 hitch. U.S.A. Fits Models 1999-2006 Ford super duty trucks, Hitch Type Class 3. Model 31114
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Customer Reviews for Curt Manufacturing Front-Mount Receiver Hitch - Fits 1999-2006 Ford Super Duty Trucks, Model# 31114
Review 1 for Curt Manufacturing Front-Mount Receiver Hitch - Fits 1999-2006 Ford Super Duty Trucks, Model# 31114
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

CURT Front mounted receiver hitch 2001 F250

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April 15, 2008
By Hunttilyoudrop
from Kodiak, Alaska
"Very well designed with excellent craftsmanship and tolerances. I did the install pretty much by myself with a little help positioning things during reassembly. Bumper removal and tow eye removal is required as the hitch attaches under the bumper and over the tow eye pads. The install requires some drilling - 4 holes 9/16" D ( I drilled mine to 1/2" for a tighter bolt fit ). besides the drill I needed a 15mm socket with ratchet and breaker bar (1/2" drive) to remove tow eye hardware, and 20mm socket and ratchet for the bumper removal. An air impact wrench works wonders too. Put penetrating oil on your attaching hardware before attempting to break them loose! I also have a large brush guard on the front which of course had to come off, but it all fit together very nicely with the use of slightly longer bolts to compensate fro the thickness of the brush guard. If you don't have a brush guard in the way the supplied hardware is perfect. If you do it yourself it helps to have access to good tools and a couple of buds. It took me a couple of hours, primarily spent breaking the existing hardware loose!"
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