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2008 Honda Civic
Trailer Hitches

2008 Honda Civic Trailer Hitches

We humans love our toys. They come in various sizes, shapes, colors, smells, and sounds. Most of our standard vehicles cannot haul our toys without a little help. Whether you need a trailer hitch to pull your jet-skis, or a gooseneck to haul your RV, we have everything you need under one roof here. Do you daily commute your race car, but need room for your tires and tools? There’s a hitch for that! Do you need extra room to carry your bicycles to the trails? There’s a hitch for that! Do you have a stable of horses that need to get to the county fair? There’s a hitch for that! Check out our Trailer Hitch Buying Guide.
Not sure which 2008 Honda Civic Trailer Hitches are right for you? We have over 5945 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Installation is fast and foolproof, and took just a few minutes. Instructions for access to the taillight wiring were not exactly right for our exact model, but it wasn't hard to figure out. It's worth the price to not have to cut into factory wiring; just insert a few connectors, route the wires, and it's done. The connector stows in the spare tire compartment and routes out the trunk lid when used. A nice bonus is the overload protection, so if your trailer wiring has a problem, you won't blow out the car's fuses or have a fire hazard; that alone is worth the price." —Gary R from Atascadero, CA bought a CURT T-Connectors for a 2008 Honda Civic.

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2008 Honda Civic Trailer Hitches

We humans love our toys. They come in various sizes, shapes, colors, smells, and sounds. Most of our standard vehicles cannot haul our toys without a little help. Whether you need a trailer hitch to pull your jet-skis, or a gooseneck to haul your RV, we have everything you need under one roof here. Do you daily commute your race car, but need room for your tires and tools? There’s a hitch for that! Do you need extra room to carry your bicycles to the trails? There’s a hitch for that! Do you have a stable of horses that need to get to the county fair? There’s a hitch for that! Check out our Trailer Hitch Buying Guide.
Not sure which 2008 Honda Civic Trailer Hitches are right for you? We have over 5945 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Installation is fast and foolproof, and took just a few minutes. Instructions for access to the taillight wiring were not exactly right for our exact model, but it wasn't hard to figure out. It's worth the price to not have to cut into factory wiring; just insert a few connectors, route the wires, and it's done. The connector stows in the spare tire compartment and routes out the trunk lid when used. A nice bonus is the overload protection, so if your trailer wiring has a problem, you won't blow out the car's fuses or have a fire hazard; that alone is worth the price." —Gary R from Atascadero, CA bought a CURT T-Connectors for a 2008 Honda Civic.

In addition to Honda Civic Trailer Hitches, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: GrillCraft MX Series Steel Mesh Grilles, CampRight Truck Tents, TFP Fender Trim.
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CURT T-Connectors

Easy install, works great

Installation is fast and foolproof, and took just a few minutes. Instructions for access to the taillight wiring were not exactly right for our exact model, but it wasn't hard to figure out. It's worth the price to not have to cut into factory wiring; just insert a few connectors, route the wires, and it's done. The connector stows in the spare tire compartment and routes out the trunk lid when used. A nice bonus is the overload protection, so if your trailer wiring has a problem, you won't blow out the car's fuses or have a fire hazard; that alone is worth the price. View more reviews...
Posted By Gary R (Atascadero, CA) / May 13, 2009
2008 Honda Civic
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch

Easy to install

The instructions on installation were very good. Since my Civic is new, the bolts to remove the muffler are not rusty. I decided to drop the muffler for ease of installation. I believe I worked less than 1 hour. I have installed hitches on a couple of other vehicles and this was the easiest. I do question why there is only 1 bolt hole on each side. I would have preferred 2 but I'm sure the engineers khow what they are doing. Since my Civic only has a towing capacity of 1000 pounds, the 2 bolts and center clamp should be more than adequete. View more reviews...
Posted By mike c (Cranston, RI) / June 30, 2008
2008 Honda Civic
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B&W Tow & Stow Adjustable Ball Mount

F150 towing

Very nice very easy to adjust what height you need and lock it in. View more reviews...
Posted By Timothy G (COVINGTON, GA) / March 24, 2021
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