Reviewed By Brett C (Maurice, LA) Reviewed for a 2015 Kia Sedona —1/21/2015 8:25 PM
Trusted that it would fit. It fit perfect with easy to follow instructions that had model specific pictures. Highly recommended.
Reviewed By Keith C (Aledo, IL) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Impala —1/16/2015 1:03 PM
VERY EASY TO DO. I had to wait for some warm weather to install the connector as I had to do it outside. It only took me 10 minutes to completely hook it up. I just plugged it in and re-installed the tail light assembly and trunk panel. EXCELLENT PRODUCT !!
From trailers and bike racks to cargo boxes and cargo steps, it takes a strong receiver hitch to make the right connection. No longer reserved for just pulling trailers, the multi-faceted trailer hitch has come along way. And, if you’re looking for one of the best trailer hitches money can buy, look no further than CURT Hitches.
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We stopped by the CURT booth to chat with the Vice President of Ecommerce and Retail, Lee Adelman, about their trailer hitches and new products.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to do just about everything. If you’re thinking about mounting your own trailer hitch, here’s where to start.
Looking to head out to the lake or river? Better make sure you have the proper towing equipment to get your watercraft there safely. Find out which hitch ball mount and receiver is best for your particular needs.
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.
Haul your trailer safely when you invest in high-quality trailer hitches and towing accessories from top brands, like CURT or Hidden Hitch.