My father-in-law asked where is a good place to buy/have installed a trailer hitch in Raleigh area? Anybody had good experience?
It's harder than oil and flats.... neither generally involve drilling into the frame, and about half the hitch installs do... And some involve relocating the muffler a few inches, and of course, finding someway to hold a hundred pounds of hitch while you bolt it in. And of course, some involve cutting the plastic bumper guard. I won't do it for the last reason, not sure I could do that with good results.
The way I look at it is if it were intended to have a hitch it would have come with one or provisions would be made for one, ie empty holes.Never had to do any of that except drill one hole which did require dropping the tail pipe out of it's mount. . Depends on what you're working on I'm sure.