Reviewed By Jay R (RENTON, WA) Reviewed for a 1991 Chevy C/K 1500 —7/23/2015 9:32 PM
Was leery of install hype but it literally took 5 minutes to install, most of which was consumed getting a bit and drilling a hole for ground wire.
Reviewed By Kraig S (Lexington, SC) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 —7/23/2015 3:36 PM
The installation was very easy and only took about 20 minutes. The holes lined up perfectly with the existing holes in the frame. The only tricky part was muscling up 120 ft pounds of torque while lying on your back. The hitch has clean lines. The only tip I can offer is to have a buddy help you. The hitch itself isn't light and have someone on each side during the install makes it very easy.
Reviewed By Andrew J (Dearborn Heights, MI) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Cruze —7/22/2015 3:22 AM
I like the fact that it cam with these wires that were used to fish the bolts through the frame, nice install was able use it strait away. I use the hitch just to position my trailer in the back yard as my truck is to big to do the maneuver.
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