Reviewed By Richard W (MUNROE FALLS, OH) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Tahoe —7/29/2015 4:21 PM
The hitch bolted right up to the existing frame hole perfectly. No issues and looks great.
Reviewed By ANTHONY R (ELIZABETHTON, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan —7/29/2015 4:39 AM
I like the hitch! It doesn't stick out, so I don't have to worry about hitting my shins in it. It took 30 minutes to install with two people. Make sure you take out the correct bolts when installing. My bolt heads were not the same size. And have some WD-40 on hand!
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