Blue Ox baseplate and possible the brakes and wiring installed.
Nacelle: a streamlined housing or tank for something on the outside of an aircraft or motor vehicle.
All for the Ford Edge.
But, I guess in the instructions it's called a fascia. Ok, instructions were too large a file. The fascia or nacelle is the whole plastic piece that covers the front end. Holds headlites, turn signals, grill etc.
Find an RV Tech that has done a lot of them. No substitute for experience!!!! Talk to other RV'ers in your area, it may wind up being a mobile tech. I used a mobile tech when I had my car and motorhome set up, which included installing a braking system too. He never missed a beat, got everything done when he said he would, damaged nothing, and in twelve years have never had a problem with any of it.
You need to shop around and compare estimates and reputations. I installed the US Gear brake system on our first toad, not all that difficult with instructions. Didn't feel equipped to install the baseplate or connect the lights.
We had a shop remove it all from our first toad and installed on our current toad. Was glad I hired that part out, as not only did they have to remove the bumper, but also cut holes in the grill. I would have considered a mobile tech if I didn't have a competent and affordable RV shop nearby.
I think we need to stop calling it "working from home" and start calling it "living at work!"