Reviewed By David C (GLEN ALLEN, VA) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Canyon —11/29/2015 2:59 PM
This mount not only looks good but has the backbone to tow the larger loads. Some of the other mounts are only rated to tow 3500 pounds.
Reviewed By Donald S (MCCALL, ID) —11/27/2015 10:24 AM
The product has worked well since installing it 2 weeks ago. The installation wasn't too hard, especially if the installation video is reviewed first. The printed instructions that came with the connector are worthless and don't even show where the existing hook-up point is. As for just leaving the end loose inside, another option is to run it through a grommet located just beneath the spare tire so that it is outside of the vehicle all of the time.
Reviewed By Eric S (HILLSBOROUGH, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Suburban —11/24/2015 4:16 AM
Installation was easy and appearance fine but I was misinformed by the sales agent when I questioned whether or not the unit would interfere with my back up sensors. having been assured that it would not, I made the purchase. In fact, the unit does block and therefore, disable the sensors on my 2011 Suburban LTZ. I will use the unit as needed.
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