Reviewed By Patrick K (COUPEVILLE, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Saturn Vue —2/8/2016 8:52 PM
Fast shipping -easy installation. Only thing that didn't go so good was getting the fish wire oFF of the first bolt. Everthing else was perfect.
Reviewed By Robert W (MURRIETA, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —2/5/2016 9:34 PM
The dealer wanted $800 and got it for $167. Big difference. I got it for myself as a gift after 14 years with the same truck. I read a lot on all different types and still wanted the Draw Tite hitch even after reading other reviews. Now being mechanically enclined, I took the gamble. Now with a higher the average truck, I used a floor jack and 4x4 to lift it in place. Got all but 1 bolt started. When I tried the last I found the mount to be bent. Now I used a few long chisels to pry in place.
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