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CURT Receiver Hitches Part #11390 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Linda H (TEMPERANCE, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Fusion — Jan 29, 2015 7:35 AM
The directions for installation were not very clear. Had to buy a $35 tree bit to bore a hole in the car frame for installation. Getting the bolts into the frame was tricky also. Like that the hitch receiver does not stick out behind the car to hit your leg on! Overall, it looks good and functions well. We thought it was a little expensive but hope it holds up over the years and miles as we travel.
Reviewed by Ed V (ALVORDTON, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Fusion — Jun 11, 2014 7:44 AM
Nice looking hitch! Enclosed end caps, looks as if it will last a lifetime. However, looks can be deceiving. The Draw-Tite hitch 24865 costs less and doesn't require additional stablizer straps attached to your trunk lid for controlling a bike rack or cargo carrier. Both have a 200 lb. tongue weight capacity. Doesn't make sense Draw-Tite doesn't require stabilizer straps. :'-(
Reviewed by TROY S (Green Bay, WI) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Fusion — Aug 23, 2012 10:13 AM
This hitch was a breeze to install. The use of a pencil grinder or a good dremil tool made it even easer to slot the holes need to fit bolt. It took me longer to gather tools and get the car up in the air and on stands than it did to install the hitch. Took me less than 45 min and I drove the car out of the garage. It also looks great.
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