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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch - 24792

Class I Sportframe
  • $121.76
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  • $109.58
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  • Ships Between 9/26 - 9/28
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  • Part Size:
    1 1/4" Receiver
  • Style:
    Square Tubing - 2,000 lbs
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Part #24792 Customer Reviews

Average Rating

4 Customer Reviews

Excellent design

Reviewed by Roddy C (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Econoline — Feb 01, 2017 8:20 PM

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The hitch fits as though it were manufactured by Honda itself. All of the dimensions, curves, etc. are exactly in synch with the undercarriage of the car. Plus, it is largely inconspicuous once installed. We use it to mount our Yakima Ridgeback bike rack.

Easy Installation

Reviewed by Brent S (Titusville, FL) Reviewed for a 2017 Nissan Frontier — Jul 17, 2015 5:22 AM

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It took me longer to install the wiring for the trailer lights than it did the hitch. The hitch went on in less than one hour from start to finish! We have already used it to tow a 4X6 trailer over 70 miles and it works great.

Very Disapointed

Reviewed by Marcus N (Centennial, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda CR-V — Jun 21, 2014 6:01 AM

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.

I did receive the hitch itself however there was NO mounting hardware nor instructions/direction on mounting the hitch to the car. I am very disappointed as now I have a hitch but no idea on how to properly mount it to my 2012 CRV.

Easier than it looks

Reviewed by Harvey R (Englewood, NJ) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda CR-V — Aug 21, 2012 3:25 AM

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

From start to finish it took about 2 hours. A second pair of hands would have been helpful but don't think it would have helped making the install go much faster. Instructions weren't great for a first time installer. Despite being told by AutoAnything no drilling was required. That wasn't quite true. Major filing had to be done so square holed shims could be slipped inside the rail. Also muffler has to be temporarily dropped so you could have access to the rail but even then it was a bit tight,