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1997 Honda CR-V Trailer Hitches

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CURT Receiver Hitches Reviews


Great product - easy installation

Reviewed By Quentin H (CHAPEL HILL, NC) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda CR-V —8/31/2015 7:52 PM

Had to sell my pickup and needed a way to haul trash, mulch, firewood, lumber etc. This hitch (and the wiring harness sold separately) were not necessarily "easy" to install... let's be honest, it's all some work... but the videos that AutoAnything provides were extremely detailed and left no questions. Now I can pull a trailer, splitter, and looking forward to adding a bike rack and luggage carrier in the future (so ready to abandon the old canvas cartop carrier). Very attractive, too.

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Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches Reviews


2013 CR-V Draw-Tite II Install

Reviewed By David H (Rio Vista, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda CR-V —4/5/2015 5:18 AM

Great looking receiver....wife even likes it. Ordered the medium duty 1.25" model to use for carrying a bike rack. Took about 1.5 hrs to install with a friend who had a torque wrench. Decided to cut the rear shroud access hole without removing it from car and a good box cutter was all I needed for that. Was able to wrestle muffler from hangers without any tools but a liberal spraying of WD-40 is essential. Don't forget to torque bolts to proper specs...38 lbs was much tighter than I thought.

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CURT Trailer Ball Reviews


Curt Custom 1" Raised Trailer Ball

Reviewed By David S (Fairmont, WV) Reviewed for a 2003 Honda CR-V —11/29/2013 3:22 AM

With the twice a month of trailering I do, considering the weight of the trailer, and the mountains that I travel on the roads, I wanted just the right height for optimum trailer performance. After trying ball receivers of different heights, the salesperson at AutoAnything suggested that I try a 1" raised ball, which gave me just the right trailer height that was in between the normal receiver heights. That "exact" trailer height gave me the optimum performance that wanted.

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