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2007 GMC Sierra Receiver Hitches

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Reviewed By Richard B D (Darlington, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra —4/5/2016 7:16 AM

Direction little confusing. Package was shipped damaged and some parts i have to repaint so don't rust. installed other 5th wheel hitches before and never had problems with directions. Missing some hardware couple lock washers, flat washers and nuts.

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CURT Receiver Hitches Reviews

Mfg good, installation poor

Reviewed By Bob M (Minneapolis, MN) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra —2/15/2011 8:58 AM

Ordered at 10:00am and received the hitch the next day. Never received something so quick. Side of box had hitch poking out, but no damage noted. Installation was listed to take 1/2 hour. Took me a over three hours and I still need to schedule time for a future confession at church. There are 6 bolts and any more than putting in 2 left everything else off a half inch. Tried a jack and finally a tire iron in various vehicle frame holes to force alignment to install bolts from hitch to frame. Disappointed that this took so much effort. The hitch itself looks great installed, is a good value. Installation sucks!

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Great hitch

Reviewed By Greg M (Robertsville, MO) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Sierra —3/18/2017 6:31 AM

Received this hitch in lieu of another brand being out of stock. Directions were spot on. I installed this on a brand new truck with 2000 miles. I had all the right tools needed, except for a truck lift. It still took me 4 hours to install. Not a big deal, just not as quick as the directions would like you to believe. Also, to get the front rail into place, cut a very small notch in the wheel well and the rail will slide right in.

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