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CURT Trailer Hitches - 13165

Class III Round Tube Hitch - Exposed
  • $145.38
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  • Ships By 9/25
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  • Style:
    Receiver Hitch Only
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  • Includes trailer hitch, installation hardware
  • Drilling required
  • Install time: 30 minutes
  • GTW: up to 3,500 lbs
  • Installation Instructions (PDF)
  • May require fascia trimming for installation

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CURT Trailer Hitches Part #13165 Customer Reviews

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3 Customer Reviews

CURT Comes Through Again

Reviewed by Jeffrey C (HONOLULU, HI) Reviewed for a 2017 Nissan NV — Oct 03, 2017 9:26 AM

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This is my second CURT hitch for a tough application. The first was a Mini Clubman. The install was easy enough and I was impressed by the quality and thorough instructions. So I did not hesitate to choose CURT for my new Nissan NV200 Van. This install was harder because you had to place nuts inside the frame beam from an access hole. CURT supplied a unique fishwire tool which made an almost impossible task doable! I definitely would choose CURT again for the quality and install process.

Fairly easy

Reviewed by Steven C (Bixby, OK) Reviewed for a 2015 Nissan NV — May 23, 2016 9:08 PM

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It was fairly easy to install. It comes with wires to feed bolts in place which does make it a lot easier. I am a electrician so I am a hands on kinda guy. Anybody that knows there away around a tool box can do this. Two people does make it easier at least until you get a couple bolts in.

2014 NV200 hitch install

Reviewed by James R. P (KALAHEO, HI) — Dec 29, 2014 9:06 PM

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Fishing the wires through the frame rails was a bit of a chore. Make sure the fish wires go over the shackle bolts and not under or you will play hell fishing the bolt and plate out. Don't remove the fish wires from the bolts till you are ready to put a nut on it. That means fishing them through the hitch mounting plates and raising the hitch into position and removing them one at a time and put the nut on..