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Default Ball mount selection

I'm not new to towing, but am new to buying a ball mount, I've always towed with other peoples vehicles, or my vehicles already had everything setup. I need to buy a ball mount and am trying to figure out what drop/rise I need, and I know it depends on trailer height, but was hoping some of you experts could help me with a general range based on the standard open lawn equipment trailer type stuff. My truck is stock ride height, but I may drop it about an inch or two in the future, if that matters. I have a curt class IV receiver, I know it's overkill for my truck, but I'd rather have something a little beefier than at it's limit, and I want a ball mount that I could tow 8,000lb with if I ever change my gears(the way my truck is currently setup I am rated for 6,250). Again, I'd just rather have the heavier duty one. Any suggestions please I need this fairly soon and only want to buy it once! Thank you.
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