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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitz View Post
    Curt 11394 vs. Draw-Tite 24916

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    Draw-Tite 24916
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    Any recommendation?
    I installed the draw tire today and it was a pia. There are no built in nut zurcks. You need to run the 4 bolts and plates with a coiled spring through the frame rail and then bolt the hitch to the bottom. Otherwise, looks great on the Mirage.



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    That's how most hitch installs are. On older ford trucks you have to drill out the frame for the hitch. I thought it was pretty easy, the ford truck hitches are much more difficult. Mirage hitch took about 30 minutes, only have to drill out the driver side I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex16 View Post
    That's how most hitch installs are. On older ford trucks you have to drill out the frame for the hitch. I thought it was pretty easy, the ford truck hitches are much more difficult. Mirage hitch took about 30 minutes, only have to drill out the driver side I think
    I have never had to do this before now, and I didn't have to drill anything. My previous Kia optima, both Hyundai elantras, and Ford zx2 had zurcks already welded in and bolts just tightened in, way easier than this was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
    Good thing I read reviews and opinions first before buying this. I think I need to more info before I do st louis towing.
    Huh?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1a1f View Post
    Huh?.
    I thought the same thing. We will have to keep watch on this.

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    Anyone else have concerns on how this could affect the warranty in the USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomandjerry00 View Post
    Anyone else have concerns on how this could affect the warranty in the USA?
    Might effect warranty because the mirage is "not for towing" but I'd ask a dealer and just say it's for a bike rack. A bike rack shouldn't void warranty.

    I'm looking at buying a hitch for mine in the near future for towing a 4x8 trailer that will probably get loaded to 1500 pounds or so. I've removed the rear seats in my 2015 and have had over 800 pounds of gear with the addition of two people so a total coming to around 1200 pounds with no issues. It's also a manual so I use engine braking. Rides fairly stiff with the weight but doesn't bottom out even on the crappy roads around hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomandjerry00 View Post
    Anyone else have concerns on how this could affect the warranty in the USA?
    I don't think it will avoid the warranty unless they have evidence of you towing. Im sure bike racks and a basket won't void the warranty.

    If you have a bike rack or basket on when you claim the warranty then it might prove to them you didn't add it for towing.


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