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Very nice, but not everyone has a luxury of raising the vehicle though. :)
 

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I'm jealous. I installed (and removed) mine in the driveway without the vehicle lifted. The worst part is getting the bolts behind the muffler in place and the one bolt past that little white clip that blocks the bolt on the non muffler side.
 

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Having not crawled under my car, I was wondering what those things are that I circled in Yellow? Are they for rubber mounts?

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Having not crawled under my car, I was wondering what those things are that I circled in Yellow? Are they for rubber mounts?

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Yes, those are for the rubber mounts for the exhaust. Part of the install procedure is to remove them so the exhaust hangs lower to give access to bolt in the hitch (the bolts are directly above the muffler).

I assume this is a in-work picture.
 

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Hey, would you mind taking a picture of how the plug looks from behind the vehicle, and underneath, to see how it was secured, and what was drilled? Still not sure if I want to do something like that (depending what needs to be drilled, and how much is shows), or just leave the harness secured out of view with a Velcro strap.

As far as the installation, it'll probably take me longer, since I'll have to make do with Rhino ramps, and raise hitch with my floor jack, all by myself. Not looking forward to that. Ha ha. Thank you for the links.
Check out the photos. The plug mount is zip tied from behind to a mounting point for the bumper facia. No way I was drilling into a new plastic bumper.
 

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Just to make a small suggestion. Buy an extra long stinger. It will save you repair costs. Regular stingers are too short and you need to be VERY careful when trying to hitch up.
 

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Just to make a small suggestion. Buy an extra long stinger. It will save you repair costs. Regular stingers are too short and you need to be VERY careful when trying to hitch up.
I'm using a regular length ball mount, though I did go with a 4" rise so my boat trailer would be closer to level and easier to connect and disconnect.
 

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Just to make a small suggestion. Buy an extra long stinger. It will save you repair costs. Regular stingers are too short and you need to be VERY careful when trying to hitch up.
Very good point. My PWC has a long pigtail. Just have to make sure the lights still work.
 
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