Reviewed By Francisco D (Hallandale Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —11/21/2015 5:14 AM
Easy to instanll and very good cuality
Reviewed By thomas c (selden, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Scion FR-S —11/19/2015 6:33 PM
Bought this so I could use a bike rack on my scion FR-S . Great design for this car receiver sits just below of bumper the rest is hidden behind bumper. Installation took about an hour. Hardest part was removing plastic bumper cover without scratching it or breaking any clips ! you can find videos on You Tube showing the installation also you don't need to remove the tail lights like the instructions say , save yourself a step.
Reviewed By John B (TORRANCE, CA) Reviewed for a 1974 Chevy Blazer —11/17/2015 8:51 PM
Delivered to my front door in a massive box with all the hardware included. I was a little concerned about the "One size fits all" but it bolted right up to my 1974 K5 Blazer- I used a floor jack to hold it in place while I bolted it up.
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