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Infiniti FX50 Trailer Hitches

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Great addition for peaceful towing

Reviewed By Gary J (Kansas City, MO) Reviewed for a 2015 Honda CR-V —6/25/2016 4:50 AM

We have used a Softride Quietride 2" drop for towing for several years. They eliminate the rattles and banging that will drive you nuts after an 8-10 hour trip. Our new trailer requires a higher mount. The 6" drop/4.5" rise solid aluminum Quietride ball mount fit the bill. The ball we added weighs as much as the mount. It made for a peaceful towing experience. It's a great addition for towing.

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Reviewed By Sharon G (DRY RIDGE, KY) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota RAV4 —6/23/2016 12:43 PM

This is my 2nd Bully hitch step. The first one lasted for 10 years.The step is snap to install. Just slide it into the 2 inch receiver and pin it in place. The supplied shim eliminates rattle. I have had countless comments as to how nice the step looks on my Rav4. It is convenient to use as a step for loading items on the roof. It is a nice bumper too as it extends beyond the outward hung spare tire on the Rav4. Just be aware that you can bang your shin on it while loading the cargo area.

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Reviewed By Philip G (SANDIA PARK, NM) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Element —6/21/2016 7:33 AM

Nice product but installation of front wiring harness is significantly harder than the instructions would indicate. The hook-up is way to the left not just underneath the dash. I could not access it myself and had to outsource the installation to a shop which could remove the plastic cowling to the left of the dash to get to the hook-up point. I know this is a competitor but etrailer.com had a really good video describing the connection process.

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