Reviewed By Pablo T (EWA BEACH, HI) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tundra —5/21/2018 10:03 PM
Reviewed By Darin F (BEND, OR) —5/21/2018 10:00 PM
When I got my car, I assumed it would cost about $500 to get a trailer hitch installed. Not worth it since I only wanted to carry a bike rack. On a whim 4 years later, I found out that these hitches only cost around $100 and take about 10 minutes to install. You unscrew four bolts on the car and attach the hitch. Yes, I didn't even need bolts! It was that easy!
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