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Chevy Cavalier Receiver Hitches

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Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches Reviews

Hitch for 2004 Cavalier LS Sport

Reviewed By Mark R (Clear Lake, MN) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Cavalier —9/19/2015 8:40 AM

Nice Hitch, hardly visable installed, good design!

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CURT Receiver Hitches Reviews

2004 Chevy Cavalier CURT Reciever Hitch

Reviewed By Michael W (Winslow, ME) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Cavalier —4/8/2012 5:22 AM

I used to solve challenges in Paper, and Steel Mills. Back in 1987, I owned a nice BMW 325e. At the time I didn't want two vehicles or, two payments. Evenstill a truck would have been great to haul my Harley-Davidson, Snowmobile, trash, leaves etc. With the problem solving techniques I used everyday at the mill, I analyzed my situation and wrote down my needs and uses, when's where's and what's for having a truck. I found out that I was best off purchasing a 4x8 utility trailer, and installing a hidden receiver hitch under the Beemer. That really solved all my "truck needs" maybe a CURT Hitch and trailer is all you need too? The one I just purchased, was flawless, and looked better than the photo! I installed the hitch in my driveway, by myself, with two wrenches, and a cordless drill in about 40, pretty laid back, lol, minutes. I would recommend This CURT Hitch to everyone who needs one, and highly recommend Auto Anything for their purchase. I guess history does repeat itself. What worked over twenty years ago, is still applicable today! Thanks Auto Anything for your courtesy and help with my purchase. Michael Oakland, Maine

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Hidden Hitch Receiver Hitches Reviews

Unbelievably easy to install

Reviewed By michael f (TALLAHASSEE, FL) —11/24/2015 5:27 AM

I put the hitch in place with my foot holding one side while I held the other with my hand. Started all the bolts with my fingers and then tightened with a wrench. This thing is engineered to to max!

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