Reviewed By Jonathan G (BREMEN, KY) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-250 —3/15/2018 7:26 AM
Reviewed By Walter H (McHenry, MD) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota RAV4 —3/14/2018 9:10 AM
Good quality at a good price, however a third hole was not pre-drilled on left side of hitch attachment that would have facilitated the stock tow eye bracket on the chassis . PDF installation instructions showed the stock bracket re-installed against hitch. I carefully marked the bolt hole to be drilled (1/2") and worked fine but added 40 minutes to installation. The tow bracket would be used for pulling stuck vehicle out of ditch/mud/snow without having to put undue stress and weight on hitch
Reviewed By Mark M (WEST RICHLAND, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Sienna —3/12/2018 11:09 PM
The cross tube and receiver could both be rotated afew degrees before welding which would provide better clearrance for inclines. Otherwise the product is strong and well made. Installation was easy.
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