College Logo Hitch Covers by Pilot Customer Reviews
15 Customer Reviews
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Whether it’s football season or basketball season, you can cheer on your school year-round with College Logo Hitch Covers by Pilot. College Logo Hitch Covers are made to keep dirt and debris from building up inside your receiver while also showing off your college allegiance in style.
From the Florida State Semindles to the University of Virginia Cavaliers, there’s a college hitch cover designed for your favorite school. And, each College Logo Hitch Cover by Pilot is made with that school’s officially-licensed logo and colors. They’re designed to fit most standard 2” hitch receivers, and Pilot backs the College Logo Hitch Covers with a 90-day warranty.
15 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Merrie R (Stone Mountain, GA) — Jan 19, 2013 7:06 AM
I am very disappointed in the size of the hitch. The quality seems average but you need to offer this in different sizes to fit different hitches. The shaft is to long and the gasket is not thick enough to cover the remaining shaft.
Reviewed by Jack R (Spring Branch, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Ram — Mar 14, 2012 7:20 PM
I am pleased with the hitch cover by pilot in terms of the quality and ease of installation. If I have a complaint, it is the size of the cover. I would have preferred a larger rectangular shape instead of the square shape.
Reviewed by George V W (Indianapolis, IN) — Jul 11, 2011 7:58 AM
I recently ordered a Purdue University Hitch cover and was pleased with the quality of the cover. It looks great and will hopefully stand up well to the weather. It does not come with a hitch pin, you have to use what you already have.
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Asked by Anonymous
Nov 26, 2012 8:33 AM
Looking for Butler Bulldogs.
Asked by Lois A.
Nov 11, 2010 8:22 AM
2011 Toyota 4Runner
What holds the cover in? Would a hitch lock keep it from being stolen?
Answered by Rob F. — Nov 11, 2010 1:20 PM
Hey Lois, Yes, in general you need a hitch pin to hold the hitch cover in place. A locking hitch pin/receiver lock would keep it secure and locked. Thanks, Robflag Accept Answer
Asked by Jackie C.
Nov 10, 2010 8:24 AM
2010 Ford F-150
What is the cover made from? Plastic, metal, etc?
Answered by Jordan C. — Nov 10, 2010 9:55 AM
Hey Jackie, Great question. These hitch covers are made from durable ABS plastic, so you never have to worry about them rusting into place.flag Accept Answer