CURT Receiver Hitch Adapters Customer Reviews
51 Customer Reviews
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Convert your trailer hitch into the master of all things hitchable. CURT Receiver Hitch Adapters release you from the confines of your receiver tube size. Want to attach a 1 ¼" bike rack to your 2" trailer hitch? No problem! Need to extend the length of your receiver tube to fit around your rear mounted spare tire? Presto! Get up to 18" of extended reach.
CURT Receiver Hitch Adapters are 1-piece adapters that convert or extend your receiver hitch. They're constructed from durable steel and have a gross trailer weight (GTW) of 3,500 lbs. Easily modify your existing receiver hitch to tackle all of your jobs. The rugged powder-coated finish keeps your CURT Receiver Hitch Adapter looking good while the Lifetime Warranty assures you that you're getting a reliable CURT product.
51 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Leonard W (White Marsh, MD) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy HHR — Aug 12, 2014 7:06 AM
It works just the way it was meant to it is great. although I found out that it was $ 10.00 less at Harbor Freight after I got it from you. I though that you guys were the less expensive.I guess I will have to be more carefull next time.
Reviewed by Cara H (COLUMBUS, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Rogue — Jul 12, 2013 11:47 AM
I purchased the 8-inch extension piece for my 2-inch Curt hitch receiver (2" to 2") so that my bike rack can clear the bumper of my car. The extender is very loose inside the receiver, as if the male end of the extender is too small so there's extra space between it and the vehicle-mounted receiver. It wiggles around freely, even with the pin in place. Both are Curt products, so this seems like a major design flaw. It works, but won't be suitable to mount anything heavy.
Reviewed by Thomas G (GARLAND, NE) — Jan 16, 2013 8:53 AM
I purchased a 14 inch hitch extender to allow ample clearance between a hitch mounted cargo carrier and the rear bumper dual exhaust system of my 2012 Ram pickup. Prior to the use of the extender, the carrier was only inches away from the exhaust. The extender appears to "git-r-done" just fine. The extender is very heavy duty and well finished.