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Curt 49717

Curt Weld-On Hitch Box Raw Finish

229-49717

made in usa
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$35.99
Curt Weld-On Hitch Box Raw Finish $35.99
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Weld-On Hitch Box
  • Raw Finish
  • 5000lbs. Gross Trailer Weight
  • 500lbs. Tongue Weight
  • 2" ID With Collar
  • Curt 49717 Details

  • Accepts any 2" x 2" ball mount shank.
  • Constructed from high-strength steel.
  • Raw finish allows for immediate welding.
  • Features a pre-drilled hitch pin hole.
  • Made in USA.

  • Specifications:

    Overall Length (in.)
    10
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    49717

    For the do-it-yourselfer, CURT offers an entire line of towing fabrication components to supply you with the quality building blocks you need. These raw steel components are made from solid steel for maximum strength, and they come ready to be welded together in whatever form you need to get the job done.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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