Yes, but not a bumper hitch. Install a undercarriage trailer receiver hitch system.
I suggest you purchase a receiver type hitch. They come with complete instructions.
Anything is possible. but there is no real room for a hitch with where the muffler and tips are located. Plus, on top of that Chrysler does not recommend using a Crossfire for any towing.
An OEM trailer hitch from any of the major hitch manufacturers will line up perfectly with holes and/or bolts already installed in the frame of the vehicle. Just line up the hitch to bolt holes and "do it." With the proper tools it is a simple procedure.
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The actual installation of the metal portion of the hitch is not difficult, providing you have the right tools. The most trying part of the installation will be the electrical. Most hitch manufacturers supply detailed diagrams on how to install the electrical, but they can be confusing. Here is a quick guide on what you might be in for: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/trailer-hitches-how-to-install-truck-trailer-hitches.html
That Is called A Pintle Hitch.
A Reese hitch is a brand of trailer hitch or trailer parts. They make all sorts of different types of trailer parts and hitches, so it would depend which part you are looking for.
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when your not pulling a trailer in New jersey?
The purpose of a trailer hitch cover is to help prevent rust on your car, it will also allow you to avoid having to continuosly clean the mess our from your hitch.
The best brand of hitch you can purchase is a Reese Hitch. They are very strong and can pull just about anything your vehicle can handle.
Yes. I've had one on mine since the spring of '94' I just went to one of those standard install-a-trailer-hitch places (Draw Tite?) as I had just bought a 15' boat. There's nothing complicated other than you probably need an adapter for the trailer lights.
I can't pull a trailer because I do not have a trailer hitch on the back of my car.
Bolts to the frame. And any wiring you might have for your trailer. It should not take long and there are local shops around that will do it.
A cylindrical metal object sticking out of the bottom of the trailer at the front of it.
Yes, a trailer hitch can be installed on a 1999 Jeep.
I have a 2005 Subaru Legacy GT (Wagon) and haven't been able to find a hitch. Does anyone know how to solve this problem? If I am able to find a hitch, I would then try to get the Outback trailer hitch wiring harness from my Subaru dealer. I would expect the wiring in the two cars to be the same, but I suppose they could be different. I noticed the Legacy wagons don't have the rear 12 volt jack that the Outbacks have. This is something I'd like to add too for one of those electric coolers. That would be nifty I think. Thanks . . .
The answer is yes. I have one on mine. There is more than one way to do it also. Buy a universal Hitch, Buy any hitch that is the right length and weld it on, or do what i did, drill two holes and put on a heavy duty one.
A vehicle hitch is a mount on the rear of a vehicle where a trailer can be connected. When a trailer is hooked to a vehicle to be towed it is said to be "hitched" to the towing vehicle.
Craigslist can usually provide you for many postings about a trailer hitch for sale in your local area, and often at cheaper prices than national trailer dealerships and such.
A trailer hitch is mounted to the back of a vehicle either by welding it to the frame or by bolts used with the existing holes. A trailer is then locked into the hitch which allow you to tow vehicles, atvs, or boats etc.
It is legal to keep your ball mount in the hitch when you are not towing in new york.