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2006 Ford Crown Victoria Trailer Hitches

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Crown Victoria Hitch

Reviewed By Carlos M (GEORGETOWN, KY) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Crown Victoria —3/18/2015 4:02 AM

While I have yet to use the hitch to tow my motorcycle trailer, I must say that it was easy to install and looks very well built. It came with all of the necessary hardware to make the installation painless. In addition it ties the rear of the car frame hopefully helping strengthen the cars integrity.

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CIPA Universal Towing Mirror

Reviewed By Robert R (Grosse Pointe Park, MI) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford Explorer —5/11/2015 8:12 AM

Good mirror for towing a snowmobile trailer. Installation was straight forward and adjustments were easy. You have to check every so often to insure the hold down straps are tight. The only negative concern was the mounting tabs do not stay in position on the mounting feet. Glue seemed to work better than anything else to keep them in position. An improvement in this feature would be a significant help.

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Great for the price!

Reviewed By Kenneth F (HENDERSON, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Ranger —5/3/2015 5:15 PM

With the 20% off spring special discount this was a no brainer! Matches the tow specs of my tow vehicle perfectly. Couple of things to note....FedEx will beat the crap out of the box, the Curt packaging isn't up to the task. But it is noted that it will be shipped in the factory packaging so that's on Curt. Secondly, download the installation instructions. They are newer than the packaged ones which will lead you to believe a part is missing when it isn't. A cheap move by Curt.

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