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Or split the difference. Let them install the hitch and do the wiring yourself. You'll still save a few bucks and the wiring is basically plug and play. You might even save more if you buy the hitch and just pay to have it installed.

Here's some info from e-trailer on 2 wiring options.


Interesting comments on power choices based on trailer lighting. In my opinion, if I need extra power for a bunch of incandescent bulbs, I'd swap them out for LED's instead. I converted to LED's on my trailer a couple of years ago and I really like the way they look. Adding a dedicated ground wire at each fixture, as opposed to just letting the fixture screws/trailer body provide the ground also cleared up some intermittent lighting anomalies. (Side markers that dimmed when the blinkers were used, etc.) A bad ground at any trailer fixture can cause all sorts of weird (and inconsistent) lighting issues.
 
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