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Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches Part #75560 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joseph C M (LAKE ARIEL, PA) — Jan 06, 2016 10:15 AM
I did the installation by myself on the gravel of my driveway. Jacked up the rear about a foot or so. Had a little bit of trouble sliding the muffler hangers off in the cold air and the mufflers did not hang low enough to get easy access to the bolt holes in the car frame. Holding the hitch up and starting the bolts is difficult if no help (especially while lying on your back in a confined area) but manageable if you are not a wimp. By the way, I am 81 and could manage it. I am pleased.
Reviewed by Joe C (Shalimar, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Subaru Outback — May 16, 2012 8:32 PM
great quality of construction. Easy to install according to directions. All that was required was a socket wrench, 12, 15, 17mm sockets, and an extension. We bought this hitch to tow a SeaDoo and an 18' Hobie Cat. More than adequate.
Reviewed by Stafford D (San Francisco, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Subaru Outback — Jul 09, 2008 9:52 PM
Just installed the Draw-Tite hitch on not one, but two 2008 Subaru Outbacks. Everything was as outlined in the instructions but the instructions are a bit vague in regards to the removal of two existing bolts and especially the use of enclosed spacers. The most difficult part was having to drop both mufflers and the mid part of the exhaust in order to install the hitch. This involved wrestling off five separate rubber exhaust hangers with the aid of lots of WD-40. Once the exhaust was tipped down to the floor, all that remained was to bolt the hitch in place, and re-hang the exhaust. Solid hitch but also a little disappointed that it sits a full six inches in from the rear bumper, so it offers no added protection to the plastic bumper. Finally a little surprised that the hitch arrived with no box or packing material so there were numerous areas of chipped paint which I had to touch-up with spray paint.
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