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CURT Trailer Hitches Part #122703 Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jacob J (CANBY, OR) — Jun 17, 2014 8:55 PM
A good hitch that fit my outback just about perfectly. I did have to stretch the hitch to enable the bolts to sit in the tow loops correctly. It definately pays to have the car up on a lift, or at least on some ramps. Looks factory, and I always receive positive feedback on it.
Reviewed by Tony T (MURPHY, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Subaru Outback — Nov 27, 2013 5:38 AM
Although the installation was fairly straightforward, I did have to make a 1/2 inch shim to make the hitch fit my tow hooks correctly. Overall a great product and looks good on the car. There is a slight warp in the manufacture of this product from welding.
Reviewed by Todd S (OGDEN, UT) Reviewed for a 1999 Subaru Outback — Jul 22, 2013 2:42 PM
MADE IN THE USA!! this thing was the easiest thing to install, i mean real easy. it took the time they state if your just putzing around. looks great and is tucked up in.
Reviewed by Daniel S (Lebanon, OR) Reviewed for a 1998 Subaru Outback — Mar 04, 2010 12:28 PM
After I got over the fact that this was going to take more than a few minutes to install, it actually went pretty well. The sequence that worked was to remove the vapor recovery cannister and the rubber plugs from the access holes in the frame. (I didn't have to remove the exhaust hangers.) I then place the hitch into its proper place to see whether the holes would line up to the access holes. The one on the passenger side did. I placed the bolt and its square hole spacer into the access hole, put the hitch back in place, and attached that side. The other side had to be drilled with a 1/2" bit. I pushed the frame back up with one hand and using the hitch as a template, drilled the hole with the other hand. I swung the frame back out of the way and used the fishwire (which works amazingly well) to install the bolt and square spacer into the drilled hole. Then, I pushed the frame back into place, installed the nut and the hard work was over. Attaching the bottom to the frame tie-down loops was a snap. Then put the vapor recovery cannister back in place and I was done. The whole thing took me about an hour and a half. I think with help you could do it in under an hour. I really liked the fact that you can't really see any of the hitch except the receiver piece. Almost completely hidden.
Reviewed by Jim W (Collegeville, PA) Reviewed for a 2001 Subaru Outback — Jul 24, 2009 7:37 AM
The hitch installed pretty quickly. The wiring harness instructions are incorrect for the 2001 Subaru Outback. They indicate that the trailer hitch wiring is on the left side. After trying to locate the harness for about 15 minutes and disassembling the entire car, I decided to look on the right. Voila!
Reviewed by Kenneth D J (Camdenton, MO) — Dec 10, 2008 7:13 AM
I am most pleased with Curt's class II receiver hitch regarding quality and fit. The only mod need for a perfect fit was a longer "side" bolt for one side to allow for both washer without bending the attachment points. Once in place, the hitch looked like it was "factory" installed.
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- What Do You Drive?
- Style:Receiver Hitch with Standard Ball Mount
- Part #:122703
- Includes trailer hitch, ball mount #45519 (trailer ball sold separately), installation hardware, pin & clip
- No drilling required
- Install time: 45 minutes
- GTW: up to 3,500 lbs
- Installation Instructions (PDF)