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CURT Receiver Hitches Part #13029 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Bryan C (Tecumseh, MI) Reviewed for a 1997 Chevy Tahoe — Aug 08, 2016 7:33 AM
Only complaint I have is there isn't a place to mount the electrical connection to the hitch to keep it safe and out of the way. Only a convenience factor, still a great hitch with plenty of support from curt as far as hook up and tutorials
Reviewed by David B (Vacaville, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Tahoe — Oct 09, 2014 11:01 PM
I bought this hitch unsure if it would require drilling as stated. In talking with customer support, I was able to determine it might require enlarging the holes on the hitch, which wouldn't be a problem for me to use my small drill press. Turns-out, no drilling necessary. I wanted to time myself on the install; less than 15 minutes using my impact gun. All holes lined-up, and I didn't even need the neat little coiled wire fishing tool that was provided. Great deal, very happy.
Reviewed by gary f (Mooringsport, LA) Reviewed for a 1999 GMC Suburban — Nov 07, 2010 8:40 AM
I installed a Curt Receiver Hitch on a 1999 GMC Suburban. Installation was so easy i was able to install it by myself. Upon scoping out the process i was wandering how i was going to get the bolts through the frame. Then i opened the bolt package and looked at the instructions and seen that there was a fish wire for the bolts. This fish wire made the installation easy. I was able to complete the job in 45 minutes. Everything matched up perfectly. Thank you. Gary from Louisiana
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