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Old 02-17-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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looking for pics

Looking for pics of blueox baseplate installed on a ford edge there site does not have pics that show much most concerned about the tabs where the cable hooks to as to how far it sticks out from the grill


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I don't have the edge but I have it on a 2010 Explorer and a 2008 Smart. Tabs stick out about 2-1/2" Not far. And the pins uncouple and store when not using. Can't really tell . I like them.

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I just went out and measured the following:
The Blue Ox hitch receivers are almost flush on my 2007 Edge and the cable fittings stick out at just 1-3/8 inches beyond the lower bumper cover. However, the front license plate holder sticks out further than anything else by about 1-1/4 inches.

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Thanks for looking but i should have said on the new edge they changed the baseplate it now comes out higher up between the new grill design blue ox does not show a very clear pic on their site makes me think they are not proud of how it turned out see link

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