As advertised. I bought this for a 2009 GMC Savanna. Saw reviews that stated 'missing bolts, only came with 6 but has 8 holes'. This may be due to variations in models. 6 are all that is required. They said 'no drilling'. There was no drilling. They said it would take 20 minutes to install. They exaggerated, it took longer to gather the ONE 3/4 INCH SOCKET AND RATCHET required to install the hitch than it did to actually install it. I was done inside of ten minutes, no b.s.. The hitch is American made and EXTREMELY well built. It is also obvious that care had been taken in it's design, as it snugs up as close as possible underneath my stock bumper, no hanging down too far. I also bought the wiring T connector (plug and play). The T connector is well built but is definitely a waste of money because it was nowhere near a plug and play at all, but the hitch was over the top a fantastic deal. I have bought approx. 8 hitches in my life and this one (Curt class IV) beats them ALL hands down, without a doubt. The closest hitch I ever bought in quality and ease of installation cost me 80 bucks more than this Curt and it was noticeably less in value and quality. I probably shouldn't say this, but - had I known the quality and brute design of this hitch before purchase - I would have paid 250 for it. This one cost me 180 with shipping included in the price. (Free shipping). American made, high quality, as advertised, at a second rate, Chinese price. Good job, Curt and JC Whitney. Just avoid the plug and play t-connector. It seems hit and miss if you will get one that actually comes as advertised.
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com?First Time
Great hitch - Looks good too
PostedJuly 9, 2015
Installed this on my F-150. It took me about 15 minutes to install it. Metal is heavy duty and it looks good. Not much more needed to say. I think it looks great and the easy bolt-on installation was nice.