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2011 Chevy Suburban Trailer Hitches

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Go Rhino Hitch Step Reviews


Satisfied by Misinformed

Reviewed By Eric S (HILLSBOROUGH, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Suburban —11/24/2015 4:16 AM

Installation was easy and appearance fine but I was misinformed by the sales agent when I questioned whether or not the unit would interfere with my back up sensors. having been assured that it would not, I made the purchase. In fact, the unit does block and therefore, disable the sensors on my 2011 Suburban LTZ. I will use the unit as needed.

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Weigh Safe Trailer Hitch Adjustable Ball Mount Reviews


Ultimate Hitch

Reviewed By John W (Kapolei, HI) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Suburban —12/5/2016 8:33 PM

The Weigh Safe Adjustable Hitch is the best around, from towing the wave runner to the 22' tri-axle the ability to adjust the draw bar angle to keep level compliments the ride to the vehicle and knowing the weight limit gives great peace of mind. The quality of it for the price is outstanding, I highly recommend it if you are serious about safety and style !!!

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Draw-Tite Front Mount Receiver Hitch Reviews


Fits 2010 3/4 ton Suburban 4x4

Reviewed By Browning M (old hickory, TN) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Suburban —4/21/2016 9:07 AM

Fits the frame well of a K2500 2010 Suburban. The trick is fitting the plastic bumper. I was able to make most of the cuts from behind with a drill and 4.5" angle grinder with a cut-off wheel. I had to also cut the bumper where the tow hooks are to fit. The initial hole should be a bit higher in the middle of the plate hole, but the excess hole works for the Anderson SB175 plug. The 1/2" hole landed in front of the bumper so I had to take it out and drill it to 5/8" for the pin.

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