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Unread 04-06-2017, 04:34 PM   #21
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I tow carts all the time behind a Chrysler Sebring. U-Haul will install a hitch on most cars, including wiring, ball, etc. for around $300-$350. One time expense. Well worth it. I have a truck but a little 5x8 trailer, low to the ground is MUCH safer and easier.
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Unread 04-06-2017, 05:49 PM   #22
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U Haul will only install on cars that the manufacturer has towing info for in the owners manual.
Wife has a 2012 Ford Fusion and the Owners Manual explicitly states:

WARNING: Never tow a trailer with this vehicle. Your vehicle is not equipped to tow.
No towing packages are available through an authorized dealer.
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Unread 04-06-2017, 06:31 PM   #23
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U Haul will only install on cars that the manufacturer has towing info for in the owners manual.
Wife has a 2012 Ford Fusion and the Owners Manual explicitly states:

WARNING: Never tow a trailer with this vehicle. Your vehicle is not equipped to tow.
No towing packages are available through an authorized dealer.
That is correct Kashmir. IDK what type car he has.
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Unread 04-06-2017, 07:29 PM   #24
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I was in search of a hitch for the Fusion....figured with the V^ it would be able to tow the small trailer and buggy....NOPE!
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Unread 04-06-2017, 07:30 PM   #25
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Alfyer, still a good thought however. I'm pretty sure U hall doesn't rent hitches any more. But a lot of SUV's have a built in receiver behind a pop off trim piece on the rear bumper. Late model Ford Explorers come to mind. I've seen it on a lot of others also. What kind of vehicle do you have Kingman?

edit: posted after you Kingman. Sorry
Yep, our Yukon XL Denali has just that. At first I thought it didn't have a hitch, but it's hidden to look more sleek I guess.
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Small car. V6. Hardly even know it's back there.
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My main car has no place for a hitch unless it was put on at the factory. My wife's car is that her car! It's her baby and if l hurt her baby l would be a dead man!

What would be perfect is if somebody would like to take a road trip!
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Small car. V6. Hardly even know it's back there.
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You're also a Silverado guy it looks like....knew there was a reason I liked you!
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You're also a Silverado guy it looks like....knew there was a reason I liked you!
Always been a Chevy guy. Only reason I got the Chrysler is because ex-wife wanted it. Bought it. Gave my daughter the $ to buy it from her mother. Then daughter wants new car so I buy it from her. PAID FOR THIS CAR 3 TIMES! I'm gonna drive it until the wheels fall off!
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Always been a Chevy guy.
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