Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, I need a reciever hitch? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Yes as weird as it sound im looking for a trailer hitch setup for the caddy. I need a trailer ...
- 06-12-03 07:37 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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I need a reciever hitch?
Yes as weird as it sound im looking for a trailer hitch setup for the caddy. I need a trailer for my newly purchased Rincon. The quad is too big to put in and out of my dakota. Plus the image of a caddy pulling a trailer with a 600lb quad will interesting to see. So my questiion is, are there companies that sell a setup for this? I figured i'd ask you guys first to get some feedback on any that ive found. Thanks for your time.
- 06-17-03 02:40 AM #2
Re: I need a reciever hitch?Originally Posted by MYCADDY
It installs real nice in that you have to literally squat down in back of your car to even see there is a hitch mounted (unless you keep the ball-mount inserted into the hitch).
Warn the installer that you'll be REAL pissed if he scratches your bumper! Its easy to do if only one guy tries to install it. With two guys its easier to avoid as the 2nd guy can watch to see the installer doesn't scrape any paint off the bumper.
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