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2007 Dodge Durango Trailer Hitches

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CURT Trailer Ball Reviews

Stainless steel hitch all

Reviewed By Larry S (North Myrtle Beach, SC) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —6/6/2010 6:33 AM

Hopefully, it will not rust which makes it perfect for coastal areas.

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Hidden Hitch Receiver Hitches Reviews

Looks good, satisfied with everything!

Reviewed By Jeffrey J (Denver, CO) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —10/7/2009 8:40 PM

It does not look like the picture, it's a about 8" long. It bolts on the cross member with two U bolts, and you drill in two half inch bolts stright through the cross member, it looks good and the only difficult part was the plastic molding inside the bumper. You'll need a torque wrench also. No problems with shipping, it came in a small padded box. Overall pretty happy with everything.

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CURT T-Connectors Reviews

Works great - 2007 Durango - well pleased

Reviewed By Donald C (Geneva, OH) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Durango —10/28/2008 8:00 AM

Product is very easy to install. You simply remove the rear lamp lenses and open the connection between the wiring harness and the lamps. Put in the T connector and reassemble. Peel the back off of the module and attach it to a clean surface inside the fender well. However, this is the point at which the directions fail to explain the rest of the story. You must then run a wire to the battery terminal of your vehicle. This is easily accomplished along the frame rail using enclosed wire ties and wiring. There is a red fuse block enclosed to be used in line (I placed mine at the battery). Place the fuse in the block and cut the wire in two. Using the enclosed terminals attach one end to the fuse block at the battery and the other end to the wiring that was run from the back to the front of the vehicle. Wire tie the components in place and you are ready to go. Can be operational in 30 minutes or less. The hardest part was just choosing the best routing for the wiring and attaching it with the wire ties. I've already towed my trailer for several hundred miles and the T connector has performed flawlessly. Similar product from the dealership was quoted at twice the price.

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