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CURT vs. Hidden Hitch - Which Tow Hitch Is Best For Your Car, Truck or SUV?

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4.50 Average Customer Rating

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Available Colors

Black Bright Blue Bright Red Charcoal Grey Dark Blue Dark Green Dark Red Gold/Tan Light Pewter White Yellow


Style

Receiver Hitch


Front Mount Receiver


T-Connector


Receiver Hitch


Warranty

Lifetime Warranty


Lifetime Warranty


1-year warranty


Lifetime Warranty


Weight Class

Class I


Class II


Class III


Class IV


Class V




Class I


Class II


Class III


Class IV


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CURT & Hidden Hitch Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Abraham M (Coraopolis, PA Reviewed for a 2004 BMW X3—2012-07-03 13:09:56

The install was very simple, the help from some videos online, and the instructions provided within the box, made it easy identify where to make necessary cuts on the bumper. You do need a torque wrench for the bolts that hold the hitch, other than that easy install.

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hidden trailer hitch

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Reviewed by Richard W (Nekoosa, WI Reviewed for a 1994 Chevy Astro—2007-08-17 05:18:31

I purchased my astro new in 1994 and had a hitch installed right away. After 300,000 miles and a lot of salt it rusted and broke off. I then purchased the hidden hitch, and the experience has been pleasant. The install went easy and without a "hitch". I mainly use the van now for pulling my boat and utility trailer, and because of fuel costs, I only put on a couple of thousand miles per year. The hidden hitch should outlast my vehicle.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Tushar T.

12/7/2011 12:14:14 AM

Will this work on a 2013 ct200h

I just purchased a ct200h and wanted to add a bike rack to a hitch, and was wondering if this product would work? Is this something I just bolt onto the car? Thanks

Staff Answer

Answered by Michael K. — 12/8/2011 12:49:41 PM

Tushar, yes, the CURT Receiver Hitch is a bolt-on hitch. Select your vehicle above, then the style and color. You'll then see a link to the installation instructions.

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Asked by Staci P.

1/25/2012 6:53:41 PM

class

what class is this hitch?

Staff Answer

Answered by Michael K. — 1/26/2012 6:17:14 PM

Hey Staci, depending on the vehicle, they could be Class I, Class II, Class III or Class IV. Once you enter your vehicle in the selector, you'll get a choice of which classes we have for your vehicle.

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