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2005 Honda CR-V Trailer Hitches

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CURT Trailer Hitches Reviews

Curt trailer hitch

Reviewed By Nelson A (Miami Lakes, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda CR-V —2/12/2018 8:53 AM

It's very easy to install, nice looking and the price is excellent; I recommend this product.

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CURT Receiver Hitch Adapters Reviews

Curt 2" to 1¼" receiver hitch adapter

Reviewed By William S Y (Allen, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda CR-V —6/5/2010 5:33 AM

I ordered the shortest adapter for use with a new Curt receiver hitch that I installed by myself on my 2005 Honda CR-V. The receiver hitch installation took around 30 minutes and was very easy since I had a pair of jack stands to support the hitch during mounting. The adapter was needed for my bike rack. I used the Curt anti-rattle kit with the adapter and I now have a solid mount that projects far enough to clear the spare tire that is mounted on the rear door. I recently drove 6 hours with 2 bikes on the rack. Speed bumps required some slow careful driving, but the hitch and adapter held up fine even when the there was quite a bit of up and down movement of the entire bike rack.

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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Reviews

installing on 2005 Honda CR-V

Reviewed By jonathan r (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda CR-V —7/24/2008 9:09 PM

Hitch is perfect in efficiency of design and dimensions, but the holes in the CR-V frame had to be enlarged. With the tools I have on-hand, my solution was to drill two 1/4" holes next to each frame hole and then use tin snips to connect the holes. Also, two bolts are required for these two holes, but four were supplied (without explanation), two a little shorter than the other two. You need to use a short one on the exhaust side for clearance above the muffler.

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