Reviewed By Billie Anne C (SAN DIEGO, CA) —9/22/2016 11:23 PM
The Fit And Appearance Of This Hitch Is Perfect For Our 2013 CRV Honda. Great pricing and quick delivery. Thank you Auto Anything,
Reviewed By Frank K (BURBANK, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram —9/22/2016 5:18 AM
Fits with no problems. Added a small padlock to the hitch pin to deter theft. Added some reflective safety tape and I like it. Makes it easier to get into the back of my truck. The plastic wedges did not really work, it doesn't wobble much so will probably leave it as is. Looks great and serves the purpose.
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