Universal Adjustable Shank for 2" Receivers (45801) by CURT®. CARiD has everything you need to set up your car or truck to tow, starting with CURT hitches and accessories. Tow in comfort and safety with the proper gear, and make your life easier around the campsite or while traveling with CURT accessories.
- Gross Trailer Weight Up to 10,000 LB
- Receiver Tube Size 2"
- Length 16"
- Drop 5 3/4"
- Rise 5 3/4"
- Finish Black Powder Coat
- Replaces the shank for the adjustable tri-ball mount #45799
- Mounts on trailer hitches with a 2" x 2" receiver tube opening
- Adjustable height allows for precise trailer leveling
- Shank can be flipped for a drop or rise of 5 3/4"
- Protected by a durable powder coat finish
If you own multiple trailers or frequently tow a variety of loads, you know how much time and money are spent tailoring your towing system to each and every individual trailer. There is nothing more inconvenient than switching back and forth between a few different ball mounts and trying to remember which mount fits with which trailer. A CURT adjustable ball mount is your multipurpose towing solution. This replacement shank for the adjustable multipurpose ball mount is compatible with the #45799 and fits any 2" x 2" receiver tube opening. It features a gross trailer weight capacity of 10,000 lbs. and comes with a tough black powder coat finish for lasting rust resistance.
CURT® Manufacturing has been a leader and innovator in the trailering industry since 1993. CURT markets a broad range of trailer hitches, towing systems and related accessories. CURT is "The First Name in Towing Products" for automobile and truck hitches, as well as RV and commercial towing systems. Products are marketed through retailers, distributors, installers, and e-tailers across the U.S. and Canada. CURT employs almost 350 associates, primarily at its manufacturing and headquarters in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. CURT operates 10 regional warehouses, each carrying over 2,500 items and has been twice named a Wisconsin "Manufacturer of the Year".