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 lakota J (GREEN BANK, WV) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-350 —7/24/2015 6:06 AM
I haven't gotten to use it yet but installed very easily, looks to be pretty heaby built I think it will do everything I need it to do. Hidden well under the bumper also. Really don't even notice it
When it comes to selecting the right hitch, a lot rests on what kind of vehicle you are looking to tow with. If you are adding a receiver hitch to a compact car in order to use a bike rack your options are going to be significantly different than someone looking to add a heavy-duty hitch to their diesel truck. This is an in-depth look at how to select the correct hitch classification based on your towing needs.
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