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CURT Receiver Hitches Part #13314 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by charlie c (MEMPHIS, TN) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda CR-V — Oct 11, 2016 11:59 AM
2000 Honda CRV hitch had manufactured size problem. I had to enlarge the frame holes to make it fit. The welding process pulled it slightly out of shape for a correct fit. It was 1/2 inch short across the hole alignment. This also made it off center for the center support bracket. You cannot stretch steel. Otherwise, the hitch is well made, but a simple jig test would have caught the incorrect fit.
Reviewed by Rachel F (TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, NM) — May 23, 2013 4:06 PM
big thank you to the folks at auto anything .com for there advice and help. we were given expert advice that was right on the money. would not have been able to have moved cross country without that advice or the tow hitch. plain and simple with this company what you see is what you get, no hidden gimmicks, no crappy packaging, just what you ordered properly packaged and it arrives on or before time. would recommend auto anything to anyone asking me where to go for auto parts!
Reviewed by Rick T (Stillwater, MN) Reviewed for a 1998 Toyota Land Cruiser — Apr 24, 2013 10:06 PM
suppose to be a no drilling, but had to drill to make hole bigger. bolt fishing line stretches so hard to fish bolt through. other wise, everything was pretty solid.
Reviewed by Bryan S (Springfield, MO) Reviewed for a 1999 Honda CR-V — Apr 28, 2011 6:54 AM
The first one i received was a little of and there was no way I could get it attached. So I got in contact with customer service and they sent me a new one. Everything worked out just fine and the second one went on in less then thirty minutes. Overall I am happy with the hitch and would recommend this product to a friend.
Reviewed by John C (Orem, UT) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda CR-V — Sep 05, 2009 8:08 AM
I was amazed at how perfectly the hitch was customized to fit my vehicle (2000 Honda CRV). The entire job took me about 90 minutes. More than half of that time I spent fishing the carriage bolts and spacers through the holes of my car's frame--I could have used 4 wires (supplied with the hitch's hardware) instead of just one, because the first bolt took only a few seconds, but then I couldn't get the spring end of the wire off of the bolt's threads, so I had to unwind it in a way that disfigured the spring. That required me to kind of re-wind it before doing each of the other three bolts, which took the extra time and made it harder to get everything through the holes. But it was still pretty slick the way it worked. The instructions should have said to only thread the spring end of the wire onto two or three threads, max. Also, once you see the wire in the second hole, the instructions should say to grab it and pull it through carefully with needle-nose pliers, because I could not get it with just my fingers. Overall, I am very pleased.
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