Look under the front cross - the side plates come down slightly below the actual cross (by about 1/4 inch) - pretty sure thats the trim spot - when you look at the instructions page 2 photo 8 the down brace with the 3 holes... slightly longer on 10+ models... I would think that unless its a foot narrower the Blue Ox would hit that corner as well.
Just trying to be helpful no need to get snarky.
Snarky is MY territory lol.
EDIT: as a matter of kindness - here is the blue ox instructions
- they have ya whacking off a good six inches (photos 6-10) of the pre 10. - the blue ox (like roadmaster) attaches to the frame rails while the currie attaches to the bumper and cross. I prefer the blueox or roadmaster design for strength... but the currie gives ya a real nice front skid!
J Wm Bishop EA, ASADE
The wagon should, of course, be as light as possible, but strength should not be sacrificed to lightness, for on any but the regularly traveled roads, the wagon will get many a hard knock