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Hitch Balls & Mounts Customer Reviews

Reviewed by michael m (Alameda, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — 2009-08-31 14:19:47

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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Hitch Wiring Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Ronald S (La Jolla, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Lexus RX 330 — 2010-03-17 08:32:56

Had to "hire" my son, who is a very experienced at at assembling automobile/emergency vehicles. The power wire from the battery (engine compartment) to connector at left rear of vehicle was the worst-he did it from the INSIDE versus OUTSIDE as per directions. Added more time but a neater job. Otherwise, not intuitively obvious to a novice but an experienced autofile should not have any problems installing Curt Connectors, vehicle specific.

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Trailer Hitch Accessories Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Marty R (Brooklyn, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota 4Runner — 2005-09-23 20:31:01

I bought the Swagman XC2 Bike Rail, which fits two bikes (great rack). I was told by the company that I bought it from that it didn't need an anti-sway bracket. After attaching the bike rack to the car, I took a test drive with my two bikes with my Toyota 4Runner. The bikes swayed back and forth at 5 mph and I thought they were going to bounce right off the car. I bought the Surco Eliminator and the bike rack is Solid as a Rock! It installes in minutes and can be removed just as easy. You can't buy a bikr rack with this thing!

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Trailer Hitch Adapters & Extenders Customer Reviews

Reviewed by William S Y (Allen, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda CR-V — 2010-06-05 05:33:30

I ordered the shortest adapter for use with a new Curt receiver hitch that I installed by myself on my 2005 Honda CR-V. The receiver hitch installation took around 30 minutes and was very easy since I had a pair of jack stands to support the hitch during mounting. The adapter was needed for my bike rack. I used the Curt anti-rattle kit with the adapter and I now have a solid mount that projects far enough to clear the spare tire that is mounted on the rear door. I recently drove 6 hours with 2 bikes on the rack. Speed bumps required some slow careful driving, but the hitch and adapter held up fine even when the there was quite a bit of up and down movement of the entire bike rack.

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Bully Reviews

Reviewed by edmund p (Shelby Township, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-150 — 2012-04-14 07:38:54

Like the step as it blends into the rear bumper and is always ready to use. If you go threw the auto washes you can because most washes do not allow ball hitch inserts or balls installed but they have no problem with the Bully. Their equipment do not take a beating. Love it !!

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Reese Reviews

Reviewed by Michael C (LOVELAND, CO) — 2012-11-01 09:30:23

I am very happy with my experience. The whole proses was easy. The hitch came exactly when they say it would. It was very easy to install everything matched up perfectly. And it looks good! I have seen other after market hitches that doesn't hide nearly as we'll as the Reese hitch does. I didn't loose any clearance either. Unlike some other brands out there. Oh and I like how and where it has a place to mount the wire harness very helpfull! Works great!!!

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