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Pontiac Vibe Receiver Hitches

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CURT Trailer Hitches Reviews


Good quality hitch but attachments come out at an angle

Reviewed By David S (FENNVILLE, MI) Reviewed for a 2004 Pontiac Vibe —7/12/2017 2:41 AM

The quality of the hitch itself is very good. The only problem I have with this product is after installed, anything you attach besides a ball, comes out at an angle. I installed a cargo carrier on a 04' Pontiac Vibe and the angle down after in stalled is pretty crappy. You need to buy other clamps and fittings to make things level and have enough ground clearance to make a cargo carrier work. Sort of happy...

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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Reviews


One of my best online experiences ever

Reviewed By Thomas H (AUBURN HILLS, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 Pontiac Vibe —7/5/2017 4:17 AM

At first, I thought the offer of free shipping was a come-on, it wasn't. At first, I thought a price lower than anything on amazon had strings attached, it didn't Af tirst, the deal on Auto Anything seemed too good to be true, it wasn't These guys are the real deal: Great service, lighting fast shipping, and unbelievable value. I'll be back. Suggest a 6 star option for value!

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CURT Q-Series 5th Wheel Hitches Reviews


Curt Q25 (Ford Puck) Additional tools needed for installation

Reviewed By Ronald M (Camas, WA) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-250 —11/1/2017 12:49 PM

Excellent hitch and not overly challenging to install after locating all of the required tools. One item that needs to be clarified in the listing details, is that a 100 ft/# torque wrench is required to assemble the head to the legs. Adjusting the pucks was also a little tricky as the mounting bolts are course thread instead of fine thread. Another set of cotter pins would also be nice as the ones provided were already spread out and it was frustrating to get them straightened for reuse.

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