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FS: This trailer hitch was on my 2008 CR-V which I recently traded in for a 2014 CR-V.
The trailer hitch is not compatible with the 2014 CR-V.
The trailer hitch has surface rust which should be sanded, treated and painted before installing it on your V.
The Valley trailer hitch is heavy duty. I used it to pull U-Haul 5x10 cargo trailers and tow dollies.
The wiring kit is easy to install and is compatible with U-Haul equipment.
The trailer hitch is very straight forward to install too.
I live in the Philadelphia suburbs on the NJ side of the Delaware.
I am asking $75 for tow bar and wiring kit.

Update: Treated rusty areas and protected with undercoat.

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Zipcode is 08016 - Burlington, NJ.
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Bump! Tow bar still available.
FYI, the part is actually a Trailer Hitch. Tow Bar is normally considered front mounted, just thought
it would improve AD. JMHO and good luck.
David g..........:rolleyes:
 

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FYI, the part is actually a Trailer Hitch. Tow Bar is normally considered front mounted, just thought
it would improve AD. JMHO and good luck.
David g..........:rolleyes:
Thank you for your suggestions. I don't know how to edit the thread title but did make changes where I could.
 
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