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    If you're just rolling with a rear-mounted CURT trailer hitch, your rig is only half-equipped to tackle the job at hand. Complete your hard-hauling makeover with a CURT Front Mount Trailer Hitch. Custom designed for a perfect fit on your front end, this burly Class III CURT hitch shoulders up to 500 lbs of tongue weight and 9,000 lbs of line pull.

    No task is too big or too small for your CURT Front Mount Trailer Hitch. Hook up your boat trailer for easier launching. Connect your portable winch to pull yourself or your buddies out of tight spots. Slip on a hitch step for ache-free access to your engine compartment. There's nothing your CURT hitch can't do.

    Besides being as versatile as duct tape, your CURT Front Mount Receiver Hitch is built tough enough to survive the most demanding work. Starting with choice slabs of steel, CURT robotically welds every joint for maximum strength and seals up the ends to prevent internal corrosion. Plus, your CURT front trailer hitch is finished with a thick powder coating to fight off scratches and surface rust. Lifetime Warranty included.

    CURT Front Mount Trailer Hitches Customer Reviews

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    163 Customer Reviews

    A little harder to install than advertized

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Reviewed by daryl p (SILVER SPRING, MD) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Traverse — Sunday at 2:59 PM

    I'm not a pro and not a novice but this hitch took about 3 1/2 hours to install. The metal bracket and bolt did't fit into the cross member as shown. Had to use the bolt only. Also I tied string onto the bolt so I could pull it back out once it was pushed in with fish wire. Glad I did only way to get the metal bracket back off. Otherwise is bolted up tight. I removed the lower front rubber air foil to install hitch, made the cut after hitch installed otherwise if would have been in the way.

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    1999 Dakota 2WD not quite

    Reviewed by Dan O (Mendota, IL) Reviewed for a 1999 Dodge Dakota — Jul 02, 2014 3:33 PM

    AutoAnything was great good price and fast. This hitch when used on a two wheel drive has two brackets that can't be used. Curt should show installation on two wheel drive. Also on Curt rear mount 1 1/4 receiver hitches I think they use standard tubing for receiver and standard bar stock for ball mount. Making the ball mount very loose in the receiver. This causes the connection to buck and is very noisy. I had to shim the ball mount top and side,and drill another pin hole closer to the ball.

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    Self install

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Reviewed by Richard L (SAINT GEORGE, UT) Reviewed for a 1977 Dodge Ram — Jul 02, 2014 3:28 PM

    After getting a price of $300.00 to get this hitch installed, my girlfriend and I decided we could install it ourselves. Hitch was well built and lined up perfectly with truck frame. We used small jack stands to hold frame in place while we drilled pilot holes in frame. We then removed hitch and drilled 1/4" holes and then 1/2 " holes in frame, then put hitch under truck holding it in place with Jack stands. Install would have been impossible without the "fishing" tool, a wire with a coiled en

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    Great

    Reviewed by Robert B (GUYTON, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Jun 26, 2014 6:39 AM

    Fast shipping, great product.always easy to order from autoanything

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    Curt front hitch for 2009 Toyota Tacoma

    Reviewed by Don B (FLOWER MOUND, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Jun 20, 2014 4:39 AM

    Shipping was prompt, fit and quality was excellent. Very satisfied with installation . Recommend this product.

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    Perfect Fit

    0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Reviewed by G Vernon B (TUCSON, AZ) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-150 — Jun 19, 2014 4:42 PM

    Installation was a breeze except for the third bolt. If installing this by yourself I highly recommend a floor jack to hold it in place. I had to cut a little bit of plastic from the shield under the bumper but other than that everything fit right into place on my 2008 Ford F150. It is pratically invisible. Just the little 2/2 box shows

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    front hitch dodge

    Reviewed by Jeff B (KENNETT SQUARE, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram — Jun 17, 2014 11:21 AM

    Fast shipping easy to install yourself.

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    Good product, easy install!

    Reviewed by Kenneth M (PISGAH FOREST, NC) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-250 — Jun 11, 2014 5:19 AM

    As others have stated, the hitch was shipped without any protection in the box but mine arrived undamaged. The install was very easy. I did have to tighten the bolts that mount from the side before I reattached the bumper however, because I could not get wrenches in place otherwise. We have a uphill 90 degree turn in our driveway and it was not possible to back a 26 ft trailer with an extended cab long bed. Now, no problem :-)

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    DIY

    Reviewed by Kevin B (Albuquerque, NM) Reviewed for a 1997 Dodge Ram — Jun 02, 2014 8:53 PM

    Did it myself. Use a floor jack or blocks to hold it in place while starting the bolts. Had to drill 2 holes (97 Dodge ram) but no problem. Looks great works better.

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    good deal

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Reviewed by Craig S (Etters, PA) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-150 — May 29, 2014 8:38 PM

    works great, even mounted fine without factory tow hooks as it said it needed, all you have to buy is 4 grade 8 bolts & nylon nuts and mounts right up...

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