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Awesome Product folks

Just a quick note to your design engineers and manufacturing personnel: Awesome products Folks!!! Purchased a trailer hitch and accessories and everything fit perfectly and installed without any problems. Excellent product... and now I am another person who will gratefully advertise your product (for free of course). Spot on!!

Will buy another CURT

I have put on one hitch before - Draw-Tite on my 2000 Ford Focus - which was challenging & also you could see the cross support bar with a large gap. Installed CURT #113902 on my new 2012 Ford Fusion. By the way this was/is the only hitch I could find for my new car. Let may say I thought at first it would not fit however it fits like a glove, actually a tight glove tucked behind my bumper. You can only see the square 1-1/4" receiver from behind & have a 3/16" gap between bumper & top of hitch 1-1/4" square receiver. Not sure I needed to drill holes to install carriage bolts & provided fish wire made it an easy installation. Make sure you only finger tighten the fasteners before torquing down to ensure everything lines up. In my case I had to loosen fasteners up to get one carriage bolt un-cocked. Will buy another CURT receiver for my next vehicle.

Constructive Criticism

I purchased a hitch for a Mazda RX-8. Extremely pleased with quality, delivery, and instructions. My constructive criticism for ease of installation in a somewhat limited home garage. If the bolt and bolt retainer plate, which must be placed inside the frame, were made narrower they will fit through the existing hole in the frame. We ground down the head of the bolt so it had 2 flat sides and ground the plate to a narrower width that fit the hole. Using the fishwire provided, it worked easily and didn't require some specialty tools to get into the confined space of the RX-8. Great product, great price, Thanks, Jim from Alberta

Instruction were comprehensive

I installed a CURT #11054 on a 2000 VW Passat Wagon FWD 6cyl. I am a 46 year old female. It took me longer than it suggested, but I was taking my time and not necessarily mechanically inclined. Nevertheless, the instructions were comprehensive enough for me to "figure it out". Nice product.

Easy to install

I recently purchased (2) Curt products, C13168 (Class III Trailer Hitch Receiver) and C18153 (Folding Basket Cargo Carrier), for my 2014 Nissan Rogue. Both products are of very good quality and were easy to install / assemble. The only down side is that the Cargo Carrier, when in the folded position, touches the rear of the vehicle, thus potentially damaging the exterior finish. Because of this, I will not be using the product for the reason I bought it. I will be leaving it in the lowered position all of the time. This issue could be resolved in one of two ways, for this vehicle; 1) if the receiver tongue was about 4"-6" longer, or 2) if the 2" tube for the basket which inserts in the receiver was longer. Otherwise, I am pleased with both Curt products and would recommend Curt to others.

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    Application Guides

    The application guides below will help you determine which CURT parts will fit your unique vehicle. Each app guide includes the make, model and year of the vehicle, as well as the style if applicable. Footnotes regarding installation and availability are also included. Click the icons in the right-hand columns to download a free copy of any of our CURT application guides in PDF or Excel format.
     

    Trailer Hitches & T-Connectors PDF Excel Zip
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    Brake Control Harnesses PDF Excel  
    EZr Double-Lock PDF Excel  
    Double-Lock & Quick Goose PDF Excel  
    Overbed Folding Ball PDF Excel  
    Fifth Wheel Brackets PDF Excel  

     

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