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Aerostar hitch.

Meber77

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Tolland, CT
Year, Model & Trim Level
1993, Aerostar, XLT
Trying to decide if I should have my old rusty class II hitch sandblasted and repainted and install on my new to me 1993 aerostar or if I should find a new hitch class III that may or may not work with the full size spare which I intend on putting under the new van not a little donut. Thanks in advance for any help.

This is the fifth aerostar I’ve owned in the last 25 years. 1990-338K, 1992-112K, 1997-261K, 1995-209K, 1993-114K. The mechanic that looked at the last one I just purchased said it was like going back in time. No rust, interior looks mint and still has the factory headphones sealed in the packaging.
 

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BrooklynBay

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Josh P

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I'd go with the class 3, it may cost more to refinish the class 2.
 




don-ohio

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Go with class 3 and use the donut. That's what I did.
 




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