CURT electrical connector brackets provide a simple solution for mounting wiring to your trailer hitch or the rear of your vehicle. Connector wires can be a nuisance when they are just lying around. They can get tangled up with cargo and even damaged. An electrical connector left to hang off the back end of your vehicle is an even greater hazard.
Secure, protect and optimize the use of your electrical connector by mounting it with a CURT connector bracket. CURT Easy-Mount electrical brackets are an especially convenient option for mounting your connector wiring to your trailer hitch. They mount over the opening of the receiver tube and are held secure using a set of independent screws, meaning there is no drilling or clamping required. Easy-Mount brackets feature solid steel construction, so they will not crack or break like competitive products, and they have a notched design to allow easy access to the receiver hitch pin and clip. This particular CURT Easy-Mount electrical bracket is designed to fit over a 2" x 2" receiver tube opening and provide a sturdy mounting place, right beside your trailer hitch receiver, for a 4-way or 5-way flat connector or 6-way or 7-way round connector.
When it comes to plugging in your trailer lights, it pays not to skimp out. CURT electrical is the smart way to ensure that your trailer lights and electrical systems are prepared for the road ahead. Keep the power flowing, no matter where your adventures take you, with quality electrical products from CURT.
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Good, but a few problems with the design
At the low price it's available for, the value for the money is quite good. That said, there are three potential problem areas that buyers should be aware of: 1. If your hitch receiver tube extends past the end of your bumper (as most do), so will this bracket and the electrical connector, making them susceptible to damage by careless, park-by-thud drivers in parking lots. This isn't an issue if you keep a trailer ball installed, but many drivers prefer to remove theirs when not in use. 2. It relies on two, small, M5 x 0.8 x 90mm carriage bolts to deform the bracket until it clamps to the lip of the receiver tube. There are three problems with this: i. There is not a standard dimension for the outside lip of 2" receiver tubes. The smaller yours is, the more the bracket must deform to clamp. ii. The bracket is mild steel and prone to rust if the powder coat finish is breached where it clamps to the hitch receiver tube. iii. The small diameter M5 x 0.8 stainless steel screws threaten to strip or break before optimal clamping force is reached. 3. The bracket is not rigid enough. When you plug and unplug, plan on supporting the bracket at the connector.
Easy Mount Electrical Bracket
I don't use it all the time but can come in handy when there is no where else to mount a plug. works well on small SUVs or cross-over.