Reviewed By LUKE R (KEWANEE, IL) Reviewed for a 2005 Volkswagen Passat —6/1/2015 10:17 PM
It went on without a hitch and looks great!
Reviewed By Joseph C (BEAUFORT, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Prius —5/30/2015 11:10 AM
Quick and easy install, no drilling. Just remove the two tow hooks and the hitch bolts into those four holes. 200-lb capacity but my son and I stood and bounced on the cargo carrier I plugged in (about 300 lbs worth) and no problem of course. After installing the rubber spring helpers (Sumo Springs $100) also, it barely sagged under the weight, and added about a 1/2 inch in the rear unloaded. Good to go!-Retired Marine
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