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Toyota Tacoma CURT Trailer Hitches

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CURT Receiver Hitch Covers Reviews


Very nice hitch cover

Reviewed By Steven A (South Jordan, UT) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma —8/18/2012 8:34 PM

The cover was exactly as advertised...nice finish.

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CURT Ball Mount Reviews


Stout Mount

Reviewed By michael m (Alameda, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma —8/31/2009 2:19 PM

I ordered the Curt 10" drop mount along with a Curt 2" ball and Curt Anti Rattle kit. The drop mount and ball work together beautifully. I was impressed with the weight limit (5,000lbs) given the rather large 10" drop. However, I returned the anti-rattle kit. The bolt in the kit was only about 3/8" or 7/16" in diameter and did not adequately fill up the 5/8" pin hole in the hitch and ball mount. I will be using the ball mount to tow my Jeep behind my pickup and did not feel that the anti-rattle kit components would hold up to the forces generated by that type of towing. Such kit would be better suited for hitch mounted bike racks or light duty connections.

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CURT Trailer Wiring Adapters Reviews


Convenient Installation. Works Well. Recommended.

Reviewed By Wilbur T (GREAT FALLS, MT) Reviewed for a 1978 Ford F-250 —11/14/2016 9:50 AM

My truck already has a 4-way flat, so this made the installation easier and cleaner. Splicing into wires is a necessary evil at times and this avoids that unpleasantness. The bracket needed a small bend to allow the door to open all the way so the plug-in will fit. This is the one with the LED lights that indicate which pins are working, but I wish I had purchased a separate tester instead. One LED light always stays on. Battery drain isn't a concern, but unnecessarily attracting attention is.

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