Reviewed By Jason T (Little River, SC) —3/24/2015 6:31 AM
Their a lot of these nice drop hitch but this one is smooth and clean. And great price
Reviewed By Gilbert L (FRESNO, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Cadillac Escalade —8/14/2014 10:47 AM
I purchased the stainless steel model not polished. It still looks very nice however the sloppy fit between the adjustable parts leaves a lot to be desired. When you slow down or take off there is way to much movement and banging of the pieces. Even the tube into the receiver is not a good fit. I have built many standard hitches and always add shim metal to keep the receiver from banging.
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