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CURT Receiver Hitches Part #13004 Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gregory J R (Connellsville, PA) Reviewed for a 2011 Kia Sorento — Mar 19, 2011 7:21 AM
This CURT hitch is very nice, easy install and looks great! The other 3 hitches I was looking at was the Hidden hitch & Drawtite which are the same except name. They are made buy the same manufacture these hitches where priced higher and when looking from behind at the vehicle the right side of the hitch drops bellow the muffler very ugly and the factory KIA hitch looks them same also but cost $350.00 proably made buy Hidden hitch. The 3 was a valley hitch or Uhaul it looks good just like the CURT but the price was higher $169.99. I highly recommend the CURT hitch and if you have a KIA Sorento V6 in EX or LX I recommend the 56024 Curt T connector for wireing. The factory hookup is behind the left rear tire just plug in and you are ready.
Reviewed by Dennis B (North Augusta, SC) Reviewed for a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe — Mar 15, 2011 4:23 AM
Overall, it's probably a good deal, but unless yours bolts right in place without having to move exhaust systems or suspension, it's not as easy to install as advertised. It is heavy gauge steel, and looks great.
Reviewed by Brett N (Tallahassee, FL) — Mar 03, 2011 4:54 PM
Ok, I'm one of those guys who speed reads the directions and then gets it done. I remember it said something about finding a helper and to use soap to remove the exhaust hanger. So...I grabbed a jack stand and a bottle of spray cleaner and went to work. I struggled for 30 minutes trying to get the front exhaust hanger unhooked and then tried to lift one side of the hitch while setting the other side on the jack stand. I got totally frustrated because I couldn't get the hitch to go under the exhaust. I then figured out there were two other exhaust hangers and pulled them off. I tried again and still couldn't get the hitch to squeeze under the exhaust. By now it was dark and I had been at it for an hour. I went inside covered in black soot. I then sat down to read the instructions properly. I found a picture that showed the hitch being lifted at 90 degrees to the back of the bumper. I tried it and the hitch slid right behind to exhaust and bolted right up. I reinstalled the exhaust hangers and was done in about 10 minutes. The jack stand held one side while I bolted the other. Though I couldn't feel my triceps the next day from holding it up.
Reviewed by anthony t (Jonesborough, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Kia Sorento — Mar 02, 2011 4:23 AM
this is the second hitch i have bought,it took 30 min on both.grate price and product and you cant beat free shiping,you guys are grate. thanks
Reviewed by Dan S (Raymond, MS) Reviewed for a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe — Jan 14, 2011 7:13 AM
Received hitch in a timely manner. Strong, well built, good quality hitch. Good installation instructions. Took 45 minutes to an hour to install. Can easily be accomplished by a reasonably competent handyman/mechanic. Use dishwashing soap and you can slide muffler hangers off by hand. Get your wife to help you lift the hitch into place.
Reviewed by George J (Plaistow, NH) Reviewed for a 2011 Kia Sorento — Dec 25, 2010 4:17 AM
Excellent hitch that's easy to install. Just be sure to have a helper to help hold in place. You'll need to remove three exhaust hangers and pull down on the muffler to get into position. After that 4 bolts, reinstall the exhaust hangers and you're done. Also purchased the Curt wiring harness that was defective. Curt provided a replacement within a few days; second harness works fine. Excellent customer service.
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