Honda CR-V Trailer Hitches
So you’ve got a boat, camper, dirt bike, Jet Ski, snow mobile or other equipment and the trailer to go with it. Now all you need is a trailer hitch to get it from point A to point B, so what do you do? Well, that’s simple. Check out the Honda CR-V trailer hitches at CARiD to find the one that suits your needs. It’s important to use the right trailer hitch for your trailing needs or you could seriously damage your car. There are 5 different hitch classes to choose from. Each different class has a different weight capacity that it can handle. The Class 1 can handle up to 2000 lbs. The Class 2 trailer hitch has a weight capacity of 3500 lbs. The Class 3 hitch has a capacity of 5000 lbs and the Class 4 a capacity of 7500 lbs. Finally, the Class 5 trailer hitch has a weight capacity of 10000 lbs. Once you have calculated the total weight of the trailer you want to haul, you can then choose the right class trailer hitch.
If you’re looking for a Class 3 trailer hitch, CARiD has plenty that you can look at for your vehicle. The Class 3 Professional Round Tube Trailer Hitch by Reese is a great item to take into consideration. Its tongue weight is 525 lbs and its weight capacity is 3500 lbs. It has a receiver tube size of 2”. Another strong, durable trailer hitch to consider is the Class 3 Max-Frame Round Tube Trailer Hitch by Pro Series. This particular trailer hitch has a weight carrying capacity of 3500 lbs and a tongue weight of 350 lbs. It comes equipped with a three-year warranty in case you need replacement for any reason. CARiD also has a trailer hitch by Hidden Hitch or Draw-Tite to take into consideration. Both have a lifetime warranty.
Here at CARiD we have a loyal set of customers, and they are very involved with their cars. That means using them in many ways, or racing them or towing them to car shows on trailers. They know towing, is what we’re saying. And 14 of them left a number of reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. We know you’ll feel the same way after towing your toys around, whether it’s a race car, a trailer full of quads or motorcycles or personal watercraft or full-on camper. CARiD has the parts you need to support your hobby!
- Hopkins® - Towing Wiring HarnessesStarting at: $29.30$29.30
- Pro Series® - Rear Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $95.46$95.46
- CURT® - Rear Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $109.89$109.89
- Hidden Hitch® - Class 1 Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $114.73$114.73
- Draw-Tite® - Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $129.91$129.91
- Reese® - Class 3 Professional Trailer Hitch with Receiver OpeningStarting at: $148.08$148.08
- Autogold® - Chrome Hitch Cover with Honda LogoStarting at: $33.40$33.40
- Cequent® - Class 1/2 Ball Mount for 1-1/4" ReceiversStarting at: $24.95$24.95
- CURT® - Class 1/2 No Drop Ball Mount for 1-1/4" ReceiversStarting at: $17.87$17.87
- Bully® - Black Steel Ball MountStarting at: $18.00$18.00
"The hitch lined up nicely with the frame holes, but the largest holes in the frame needed to be enlarged a bit to fit the hardware through. My vehicle had an undercoating that made the problem worse. Even without the undercoating, you will likely have to grind two sides of the hole a bit to get the flat bar through it. Only need to do this to the two larger holes and everything can be passed through them fairly easily. You will need to bend the two hangers on the muffler about 1/2 inch so that the muffler does not rattle on the hitch where it mounts to the frame. I ended up removing the muffler (not a big deal - just 2 bolts and a couple of rubber mounts that slide off) to get better access to the holes on the exhaust side and get the muffler back on one of the rubber mounts that is basically locked in place by the hitch. The instructions are kind of hard to understand regarding the rubber mount near the back of the vehicle. Basically, I figured out that you have to leave the rubber mounts on the vehicle because once the hitch is installed, you can't get the one in the back of the vehicle off or back on again. All in all, it took about an hour to install from start to finish with a second person to help hold the hitch in place while getting the nuts on the bolts - it's not an easy one person installation. The hitch looks great installed. It does not stick out/hang down or look out of place at all. It seems very well put together. There was some chipping of the paint on the hitch (It looked like shipping damage), that I had to touch up, but I would buy this hitch again."
"The hitch is everything they promised. If reinstalling the sound shield, you can cut a smaller hole to fit the hitch thru, but don't bolt up till after you bolt up the hitch, and you will get a better looking job. That way you'll get a 4-8 inch hole."
"This is one of the best covers I have seen. Perfect fit w/no rattles and great quality. The color is exceptional. I will be ordering again from CARiD."
"Pros: The appearance looks very good, very simple to install, it has reasonable price value and looks very strong in quality. Cons: The extra step below the main bar cause the hitch to hit the ground in going in or out of an incline ramp."
"I was amazed at how solid and strikingly heavy-duty this hitch lock is...In my opinion this item will never break or wear out before my time. Well done CARiD!!!"