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Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches Part #24763 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David C (MILLERS CREEK, NC) — Jun 08, 2016 4:53 AM
I am very pleased with my purchase of a Draw-Tite hitch from Autoanything and would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to install it themself. Following the instructions provided is key to a one half hour install time. Also I did not have to alter/cut the muffler heat shield. I did go to Lowe's and get a longer bolt to replace one that was to short after the hitch was installed, I think it was 8mm x 2 inch. It is the one near the muffler hanger.
Reviewed by Kirk A (Ogden, UT) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Civic — Oct 27, 2015 8:08 PM
I wanted a receiver hitch for the car that I could put a bike rack into rater that strapping the bikes on top of the car or on the trunk. This hitch worked perfect and took me less than 20 minutes to install. Plus it blends nice with the rear of the car and does not stick out like a sore thumb. This is a very good buy for the buck.
Reviewed by Joel W (URBANA, IA) — Sep 29, 2014 5:08 PM
I installed a Draw-Tite receiver hitch on my 2009 Honda Civic to be able to mount a bike rack for carrying bicycles. The hitch arrived in fine condition. I was a bit surprized that it did not come in a box, but that was OK since it was not damaged or skuffed. Installation was easy. I recommend watching the installation videos that are on-line, rather than just reading the one-page installation guide. I installed the hitch myself (one person with no help). The key to making installation easy for being able to do it with one person was to use a zip tie (or center U-bolt) to hold the hitch up in place first so that bolting it to the frame rails is easy. Otherwise, two people will be needed for the installation to be able to hold the hitch in place while bolting it to the frame. The hitch looks good on the car. I am very pleased with the hitch so far. The real test of time will be to see how the hitch looks and works 15 years down the road.
Reviewed by Michael A (ADAIRSVILLE, GA) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Civic — Apr 25, 2014 8:23 AM
I was pleasantly surprised at how good the finish is on my receiver. Holes lined up better than I expected and since I have small hands, it was fairly easy to get the bolts in. The installed appearance looks great and seems solid.
Reviewed by Robert W (Mill Creek, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Civic — Nov 23, 2009 8:28 PM
It's just what I wanted, quality, price, brand name, easy to install, but doesn't fit our Yakima KingPin 2 bike rack. The connecting holes don't align. It bottoms out 1/4" shy of aligning. Cutting 1/4" off the end of the bike rack bar fixed the problem, but was surprised I needed to do this.
Reviewed by BEN T (Lompoc, CA) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Civic — May 12, 2009 8:36 AM
Easy to install except for the lowering of the muffler. Had in installed @ shop for $60 dollars. Can now carry bikes/cargo on the back of my Honda Civic Hybrid
Reviewed by Thomas H (Hope Hull, AL) — Jul 12, 2008 1:45 PM
Arrived with NO hardware/instructions. Took 2 more weeks for Autoanything to have replacement hardware/instructions sent out. Otherwise good hitch, easy to install, recommended.
Reviewed by mike c (Cranston, RI) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Civic — Jun 30, 2008 10:27 AM
The instructions on installation were very good. Since my Civic is new, the bolts to remove the muffler are not rusty. I decided to drop the muffler for ease of installation. I believe I worked less than 1 hour. I have installed hitches on a couple of other vehicles and this was the easiest. I do question why there is only 1 bolt hole on each side. I would have preferred 2 but I'm sure the engineers khow what they are doing. Since my Civic only has a towing capacity of 1000 pounds, the 2 bolts and center clamp should be more than adequete.
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