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2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Trailer Hitches

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Reviewed By James P J (Newnan, GA) Reviewed for a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix —5/31/2011 8:21 AM

I shopped around the web a bit before deciding on the Curt Class II hitch for my 98 Pontiac Grand Prix. It wasn't that much more than the Class I that I was looking at and the Curt came with the ball mount and hitch pin. All you need extra is the ball. Two or three days later it was at my house and fit perfectly just like the online pictures showed. I don't know why people buy hitches that aren't hidden behind the bumper like this one--all that shows is the square hole and the tow chain loops. The ball mount that comes with it curves up to just the right height to ride my trailer level. I'm very satisfied with this hitch.

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Reviewed By Vernon G B (Wasilla, AK) Reviewed for a 2017 Ford F-150 —8/17/2017 9:41 PM

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It's a fairly sturdy piece of steel, perfect fit

Reviewed By Mathew F (PALATKA, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Challenger —8/17/2017 6:24 AM

2013 Challenger R/T Classic with aftermarket exhaust. Perfect fit. You can do it by yourself but it's beneficial to have a second person to help hold the hitch up while you get a bolt or two started. The face of the receiver sits about 8" inward from the outer edge of the rear bumper so you need a fairly long (and tall) ball mount (I got a 5 1/4" x 10"). I wish the safety chain loops were made from flat bar as these look like they'd bend if the safety chains were ever really "used".

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