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Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Item # 76025
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Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 76025 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch - 76025

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • Draw-Tite
  • 525 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.


Features:

  • Custom-fit trailer hitch lets you tow a trailer or carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your vehicle
  • Computer-aided, fully welded steel construction ensures strength and durability
  • Tested Tough - safety and reliability criteria exceed industry standards
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 525 lbs
    • Not rated for use with weight distribution systems
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite's Tested Tough program provides testing standards far superior to those outlined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the go-to source for engineering professionals.



Each Draw-Tite trailer hitch receiver undergoes extensive fatigue testing and static testing with the ball mount that is either supplied or recommended for use with that particular hitch, thus ensuring results that are applicable to real life use. Fatigue testing is also conducted on hitches rated for use with weight-distribution systems.


In addition, Draw-Tite performs static testing on a simulated automobile, as opposed to the rigid fixture used for SAE testing, resulting in a more true-to-life scenario.


etrailer.com Technical Support

At etrailer.com we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your hitch. The technicians at etrailer perform hitch installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.



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Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 76025

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (195 Customer Reviews)

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.

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Excellent Hitch for the 2012 Honda Odyssey. The installation is easy if you've got some mechanical skills. Watching the video was a huge help - thanks for those. With a little ingenuity, I was able to do the entire installation alone. Some notes on install. I used a set of ramps, and an ATV jack with some wood to hold the bumper as I removed/installed it. I used the same setup to hold the hitch temporarily as I mounted it using the underside bolts. When it comes to putting the bumper back over the hitch, something the install videos missed - the top bolt holes in the metal bumper have a triangle cut out, meaning you can put the bolt and washer into the top hole a few threads THEN hang the bumper on the bolts ensuring you get the bumpy washers on the inside of the bumper. Then put the front/bottom bolts through the front holes with a socket extension as shown in the video. Cutting the bumper - there is a better way if you know to use a utility knife. I propped the bumper up on sawhorses, then from the inside, I used a 12" framing square and utility knife with a new sharp blade to cut the rectangle and exhaust areas. The trick is to just score lightly first, don’t go crazy, and using the edge of the square, and then progressively cutting deeper - It looks totally pro and is way easier to cut than you may think.
Rust – This was actually the hardest part. If your vehicle is older, I highly recommend running the hardware into the rusty holes (likely the exhaust side) all the way to mounting depth before attempting to install anything. Just take your time, and get this right, knowing the bolts will seat before struggling with anything. I ended up using one bolt as a tap, and the other to go to the hardware store to replace the one I modified/damaged. I also removed a very large dent from my bumper with the hot water trick while I had it off. All told, it took 3 hours, alone, and I don’t do this type of thing often. Overall, I'm super happy with the product and glad I took on this little challenge.



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2014 Honda Odyssey

The install process itself is easy enough to do on your own but I had problems with cross threading that added additional time and frustration. Cutting the bumper fascia can be done with just a box cutter and elbow grease. It definitely could be done in under 2 hours or even less with help. The only issue I had for not giving 5 stars is the 3 welded pieces in the center of the metal bumper really make it difficult reinstalling the bumper fascia and getting a good fit. I had to disconnect the bumper again and modify the welded pieces in order to get the bumper to fit right without having an obvious imprint on the surface, did what I could but kind of a pain to deal with. I had to use zip ties underneath where the 2 clips are supposed to go as the final alignment wasn't perfect, but it works. Satisfied with it overall.



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The product is great. I was quite surprised how destroyed the cardboard box was that delivered my trailer hitch though. The heavy trailer hitch was essentially rolling around in an oversized box with no padding or stuffing. It probably fell completely out of the box at some point (both ends were completely ripped open). Thankfully it’s heavy duty steel, so the product only incurred superficial scratches and paint chips, but the packaging left much to be desired.

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Jenny N.

4/22/2022

I recommend touching up the affected areas with a rust resistant paint which you will then have on hand for regular hitch maintenance



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2016 Honda Odyssey

Estimate of 80 minutes is optimistic and does require both skill, experience, and a certain tool. I enjoyed the process but somewhat frustrated because I do not have a right hand power wrench as shown in the demo video. This said, the video was excellent. However, to install the wiring harness took extra time.

I think this model #76025, is a great addition to my "new to me" 2016 Odyssey. I have a small (5x8) utility trailer for hauling an ATV. This hitch will be perfect.

Allen

7/5/2022

Flawless functionality. How much better this unit looks compared to the hang down models!



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I chose this one for the low profile install (inside the bumper) and the ability to us a Draw-Tite J-pin to reduce rattle.
etrailer’s installation videos were very helpful.



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2011 Honda Odyssey

I did it! 2011 Odyssey touring elite. And I'm in my sixties! First, watch videos to be sure you can do it. I've built things all my life, however I had to install this hitch totally by myself. Videos were great . First removing bumper really was easy after getting clips and 10mm nuts loose. Had to remove .additional connectors for backup and lane departure. Bent bumper tips about a 1/8 inch in were shown in video. Did not bang them in as far as paper instructions suggest. . Loosen top bolts about a half inch and remove bottom ones. Then lift bumper up this will allow bumper to come off, this is shown in video for 2014, but mine is a 2011 and it works also. then if yours is as old as mine, use wire brush to clean nuts holes for bottom support. Took muffler off hanger and it allowed me enough room to use racthet..Tape washers to car as suggested in instructions. Back to hitch, lift it and install new bolts in top holes only. First on passenger side, then other side. Just in deep enough to hold hitch.Install hitch bolts under car, I did driver side first, made it easier working around muffler. Now place bumper on top bolts, this will allow you to install lower bolts and washers. Now remove top bolts add washers and reinstall. I used inside bumper cover guides I think there 5 inches a part, found center. I traced diagram of cutout on outside of cover, then used utility knife ( new blade ) to cut. like butter. muffler cutout was easy from inside. Reinstalled bumper, don't forget to connect connectors, both sides on my van. Followed steps in video and was done. No extra parts and it took me only about 4 hous to complete. Looks factory, and I did it at my own pace. Great product and company, they had it to me in 4 days, lost tracking service and support center verifed it was on its way . Then they called the day it was to arrive, just to be sure it had. Wow, great customer support. Highly reccommend etrailer. Now for the wiring I found a plug in the van that I plan to use for wiring (picture shown). then towing a small bowrider for the grandkids, and me.



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2012 Honda Odyssey

I just installed my hitch today on my 2012 Honda Odyssey. It took me about 3 hours start to finish. I am extremely happy with the result and I'm SO glad we decided on the clean, hidden frame on this Draw-Tite hitch. It looks so good and almost identical to a factory install. Just a few tips after having done it once with the video:
1. The right side of the car near the muffler didn't have much info about it in the photos or video. It would have been great to have some tips about removing the rubber muffler mount in order to get access to the bolt that needs to be torqued to xx ft-lbs. Just spray some WD-40 on the rubber hanger and it will slip off the hanger with a little effort.
2. After you cut out the areas of the fascia, use a plastic brush tool on a Dremel or similar rotary tool at medium speed to clean up the rough edges. It works really well and gives a nice clean edge. See photo below.
3. When you hammer the bumper beam projections, don't do it straight on. If you hammer from the side, you will be able to flatten them almost completely and it looks so much better. See photo below.

Honestly the hardest part of this project was putting the mud flaps back on and aligning the holes. Everything was so easy and well instructed in the video. I HIGHLY recommend this option if you want a nice clean finished look on your hitch without the frame hanging down in plain site. The few extra steps and extra work are WELL worth the effort.



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Bought a year ago for our Honda Odyssey. Had it installed at a Leer truck accessory store nearby. Very happy with this trailer hitch! Fits behind the bumper so we hardly notice that it's there.

Tarun

6/23/2023

Still enjoying this hitch. No issues over the past 2 years.



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2014 Honda Odyssey

There was one small hitch (pardon the pun) with my order, there was no hardware in the box with the hitch. A call to etrailer got replacement hardware sent my way.
Installing the hitch was not difficult, just more involved than the ones that have the crossbar hanging below the bumper. The install video is excellent, I followed it almost exactly. Honda made this vehicle easy to take apart, and the hitch fit very well. I had a helper (age 7) to manage a few of the times where I needed to hold the hitch or bumper beam and get bolts started. Cutting the bumper was no big deal, I marked it with tape and cut it with a Dremel. The end result looks really good, much cleaner than other below-the-bumper models, I'm very pleased.

Paul A.

7/26/2018

Ive used this hitch a couple of times, just to transport bikes on a hanging bike rack. The hitch works great, and its very unobtrusive when were not using it. During the install, I guess I didnt hammer the brackets that support the foam flat enough, because there are very slight bumps in the bumper cover. Barely noticeable. Overall, Im very pleased with the hitch, the install, etrailers videos and customer service.



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Nice product and excellent video directions. I followed along using the video to help me as I haven't done anything to cars besides change headlamps and tires and jump start. Thankfully all the materials were included in my box; it was a bit banged up as per other reviewers but with how heavy the piece is that is sort of expected. I had to purchase a torque wrench and socket extender; the directions say 6" (socket extender) but the auto parts store was out of that length so I got a 10" and it gave me just enough (!) clearance from the ground to work just fine. **One reviewer mentioned on the right side of his car next to the exhaust that the threaded hole was corroded. I found this to be true on my 3-4 year old van as well.** Because of the rust and corrosion, I was initially unable to insert the threaded bolt. I ended up running to the hardware store to get a thread tap. That and a new bolt thankfully (!) fixed the problem. As an aside, it was definitely more worn and corroded on that side of the vehicle than the left, perhaps a function of the exhaust and heat. A rotary tool is certainly the way to go when cutting off the fascia, although I had to get creative since my car wasn't on a lift as opposed to the video's car! I like the clean look and plan on attaching a bike rack to it.

Lena

3/14/2020

Product still doing great! It’s been used multiple times no issues.



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2016 Honda Odyssey

Pretty easy to install, even with basic hand tools. It’s hard to see in the photos, but, the receiver opening has a bezel welded onto it and it was a bit crooked. I had to hammer my hitch into it but after that it’s just fine. It’s in there I have no need to remove it.



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2012 Honda Odyssey

This install looks more daunting than it really is. I am mechanically inclined, but have never been a fan of body work, so I was concerned about removing the rear fascia. No problem at all, snaps off/on like butter. Also, I like the way the cross bar is hidden, provides a really nice look. This really is a nice product. I have not yet had a chance to pull a trailer, but have used it with a cargo tray. No issues.

Tommy

4/27/2019

This is a great product. We have had zero issues and I really like the look. It is a solid hitch and is just high enough that I havent bottomed out on any drivewaysentrances. I am extremely satisfied with both the product and the helpvideos on this site. I will purchase all my gear from etrailer.



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I bought this hitch so we could use a bike rake instead of loading our bikes in the van. I installed myself using the installation video on their website. The hitch fit perfectly and was very easy to install. The video was awesome! Very thorough! Love the way it looks on the van!

Bill H.

10/7/2018

Use our hitch all the time and it is still solid and looks like new. Great product!



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2012 Honda Odyssey

Hitch was not a perfect fit for my 2012 Odyssey. The shims supplied with the hitch were too wide and interfered with weld seams requiring modification to fit correctly. Once installed, hitch is tucked up nicely under bumper. Looks as good as OEM.

Scott

7/7/2018

Still very pleased with the product after 1 year. I did add a simple preventive measure to keep the tail gate from getting scratched if accidentally opened when the the carrier is in the upright position. A piece of pipe insulation and a nylon tie strategically placed.

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Rachael H.

7/9/2018



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Good product, good price and clean looking hitch.



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2015 Ford Flex

OK...let me first state I'm very happy with the final result! Installing this hitch was battle but that wasn't the hitches fault. I reviewed the video to get the general idea of what I was doing and dove right in.

The facia and rear bumper came off as expected. I had some trouble getting the electrical plugs off but managed without breaking anything (I have the sensors in the rear facia). Everything was prepped and ready and that's where the trouble started.

First, I noticed that since the right rear side has no under-body plastic shield (that's where the exhaust is...duh), Honda, or someone, had sprayed a bunch of this rubber coating...like that Flex Seal stuff. I'd assume to give the frame some extra corrosion protection since it is exposed to the elements. As such, I had to cut away a chunk of the stuff to allow the large spacer block to sit properly in between the frame and the hitch. That was minor and I expected that sort of deviation but the next part was killer.

I started to thread the larger bolt on the right side (read in one of the reviews to do this to make sure it could thread before trying to install everything...glad I did) only to notice that, no matter what I did, it wouldn't go in. Upon inspection, I noticed the hole and threads were completely corroded with rust. It took the next 2 hours, a small can of WD-40, and an electric impact driver to get it sorted out. More than once I thought I was in over my head and thought I should take it to a professional. What I wish is that Honda would put a plug in those holes on the right side that are unprotected. It would cost the company may be less than a penny and maybe 2-3 seconds on the production line to protect those holes. Then someone like me would be very thankful that Honda was thinking ahead and sing praises of the company for being awesome. BUT that was not to be!

In any case, with the help of a friend, I got the hitch/bumper installed, torqued to the correct specifications, and the facia back in place.

It looks sharp and I am very pleased with the results. I love the clean look! I decided to run the wiring harness through the hole just left of center. The gromet there is made of rubber and it was very easy. I did have to cut and splice the 4-conductor wire which is a no-no according to the instructions but I don’t care. The thought of seeing the harness come out of the bottom of the door seems really ghetto to me and what I did looks more professional. T-One should really make that an option somehow.

If you want to run the harness the way I did, do it after removing everything but before installing the hitch. It was easier to fish the wires.
Good luck and have fun! Cutting the facia was nerve-racking but not bad so don't let that scare you off.

My only critic was the condition of the box when it arrived. The box looked like it had been run over by a Sherman tank! A huge hole was ripped in the top as if someone was trying to get at something inside (everything I ordered was there…whew). The powder coating on the hitch was damage in a spot or two but that was very minor.



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2013 Honda Odyssey

Hi, I was able to get this hitch installed on my wife's Odyssey without too much trouble And it works great with our Thule T2. I've been telling all my friends that etrailer is excellent. I just realized that when my wife goes out of town with the kids it will be a great time for me to do some mountain biking but she will be driving the Odyssey with the hitch. I guess I need to order another hitch for my Honda Accord. Got any discount codes you could send me?



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2016 Honda Odyssey

The product was professionally installed but it didn't go well and the finished installation looks sloppy with the bumper cover bending over the hitch receiver.

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Heather A.

7/13/2020

It looks like the installer forgot to trim the fascia. This particular installation requires a 3.0’’ tall by 8.5 cut out of the bottom panel according to the installation instructions.



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Great product, easily installed it myself on my 2015 Honda odyssey , I like that it’s more concealed and up higher for better ground clearance than other bumper hitches, looks professional from the factory on my van. I can now pull a trailer and haul my bicycles with a bike rack. They have a nice video on their website that helps you to install correctly .



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2014 Honda Odyssey

Easy to install and looks great. So much better looking then the ones with the huge beam across the back. It took me about 2.5 hours by myself and I haven’t done something like this before. I didn’t lift the car off the ground although that would have made it easier. Next time I would probably back it up to a curb and have the back end hanging off to give me 6 more inches. The instruction video was awesome. The only tricky thing to me as putting back in the trim panel pins that hold in parts of the plastic on. I found it easier to remove the pin into the two parts and get the first part in first then push the pin through. Overall I would highly recommend the hitch and the installation wasn’t that bad.



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2015 Honda Odyssey

I am greatly impressed with the product.
It
fits and looks great on my Honda Odyssey 2015.
It is high quality and worth every penny!

Installation was pretty simple overall. The only complications were as follows (See photo of bumper beam:
The heads on the bolts that come with the hitch are larger than the Honda factory ones. This makes getting them through the access holes in the bumper beam (marked in red) difficult as the result of larger heads is needing a larger socket which does not fit through the aforementioned access holes.
You will most likely need a "thin-walled socket" with a 6 inch extension to get those in. Additionally, if the bolts won't start and are cross threading, get a small socket on your extension (one that does not fit around the head of the bolts), take some double sided tape, and use it to stick the bolt to the socket. Now gently insert the bolt into the hole and begin to turn at a cautious pace. If it's not going in you'll now have room to adjust the bolts pitch/angle because of the smaller socket. Once you get the bolt threaded you can use a regular (thin-walled) socket to tighten to the appropriate torque (do not tighten any bolts until they are all started). Also if the bolts wont seem to thread check that the hitch mounting holes are positioned correctly. If they are off too much they will get in the way of your bolts.

I shaved the corners (marked in yellow) on the bumper beam using an angle grinder about 1/8 inch to make the bumper cover fit better (took about 30 seconds to do all 6 corners).



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2016 Honda Odyssey

This hitch model is a steal to begin with. Half the price plus free shipping compared to OEM, can't beat that. I was initially hesitant on buying this and do the installation myself. I was so intimidated by the fact that I have to cut portion of the rear bumper fascia. But after watching the video a couple of times on how to install this on a 2016 Honda Odyssey, I started to build my confidence and finally decided to order one for our minivan. No regrets, really easy to install, just follow the installation video step by step and you can't go wrong. I have to hammer the bumper square buffers though to remove the dimples. Maybe if I didn't use the washers (4 total) for the bumper bolts, I may not need to bend the squares anymore since the dimples was caused by the bumper being pushed out by at least 3/16 of an inch when the hitch vertical steel plate was added between the bumper and the chassis. It took me about 2 hours on installation, could be faster if without mud guards.



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I could not be happier. A picture is worth 1000 words. This hitch looks better than the factory installed ones. Katie D. from etrailer was extremely knowledgeable and gave sound advice so that the job turned out perfect!

You will need to have advanced skills to install this hitch. I recommend that the install is performed by a professional installation center.



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This Draw-Tite hitch receiver worked out perfect for our van. Product descriptions were accurate and the install instructions as well as tool lists etc. made this project pretty easy to complete.



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2015 Honda Odyssey

As usual, a quality product. Amazingly heavy: 40 lbs!! Install was straightforward per the video. The included printed instructions are pretty vague -- if they were printed in color it would be easier. You might want to have a M12 x 1.25 thread chaser on hand to clean up the bottom threads in the van-- mine were gummed up with corrosion.


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    The trailer hitch that offers the most ground clearance for a 2014 Honda Odyssey is the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 76025 which I also really like because it has a hidden cross tube that will look the best once installed since it's not visible.
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  • Will Changing Hitch on 2013 Honda Odyssey Help With Ground Clearance
    The Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 76025, that fits the 2013 Honda Odyssey will give you more clearance than the Draw-Tite # 75270 hitch. The # 76025 hitch sits higher up under the bumper which will give you more ground clearance. In our installation video, that I have attached for you to review, the Draw-Tite hitch # 76025 shows having a 13-1/2 inch distance from the top of the receiver to the ground. This hitch would give you an extra inch of clearance over the current model hitch...
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  • Hitch and Wiring Harness Installation in 2016 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite
    All of the hitches offered for the 2016 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite, shown on the linked page, will install as close to the bottom of the bumper cover as possible. The Odyssey and similar vehicles like the Toyota Sienna have a low-slung rear end without a lot of extra clearance so all hitches designed for this vehicle need to have a fairly snug fit under the bumper. Among the 2-inch options, there are hitches that have different installation processes. Draw-Tite # 75270 may require some...
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  • Trailer Hitch Interference with Backup Sensors on 2012 Honda Odyssey Touring
    Draw-Tite 2-inch hitch # 76025 is a confirmed fit on your 2012 Honda Odyssey. This and the other 2-inch hitch options for the car are shown on the linked page. The hitch I suggest over the one you referenced is the Draw-Tite # 75270. This offers a lower price, higher weight capacity and a substantially easier installation. It's cross tube will be visible under the rear bumper, but if that cosmetic difference is not critical, go for the # 75270 for the easier install. A video is linked for...
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  • Recommended 7-Way Wiring Connector Mount for 2017 Honda Odyssey with Hidden Receiver Crossbar
    The Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # 76025 does have a nice clean look on the 2017 Honda Odyssey. To add the 7-way connector, I recommend using the Curt Easy Mount Bracket for 4- or 5-Way Flat and 6- or 7-Way Trailer Connectors - 2" Hitch # C58000. This will allow you to access the hitch pin and safety chain loops while still giving you a clean mount for your 7-way.
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  • Recommended Ball Mount With Rise for 2015 Odyssey with Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch
    Just to make sure we are accurate on the actual rise you may need, lets cover some basics. With the tow vehicle parked on level ground, measure from the ground to the top of your hitch receiver opening. Then, with the trailer level, measure from the ground to the bottom of the coupler. The difference between these hights will determine how much you will actually need. I have a diagram attached to this article showing how this process is done. I also have a video linked showing hitch height...
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  • Replacement Hitch Installation Hardware for Draw-Tite Hitch on 2012 Honda Odyssey
    It sounds like you might be trying to re-install a trailer hitch on your 2012 Honda Odyssey; I have a solution for you to get a replacement hardware kit but we don't have individual bolts available. You can get a replacement hardware kit for your hitch by using part # RHK and then putting the model number of the hitch you've got in the field where it says "Hitch Item Number". For example, if you have a Draw-Tite # 76025, you'll put that number in that field. I've linked all of the potential...
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  • Is There a Curt 2 Square Tube Trailer Hitch for a 2015 Honda Odyssey
    I checked with Curt and they only offer a round tube trailer hitch for a 2015 Honda Odyssey, the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver part # C13068. It's a different design (hidden) but the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 76025 has a square tube design and is a fit for a 2015 Honda Odyssey.
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  • Recommendation for Mounting Trailer Wiring 4-Way to 2016 Honda Odyssey
    The easiest way to install a 4-way bracket to the Draw Tite hitch part # 76025 that you referenced is the 4-Flat Mounting Bracket part # 18144. For trailer wiring for your 2016 Honda Odyssey I recommend the # 118521 as it installs very easily and comes with a very reliable converter box.
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  • Draw Tite 76025 On 2015 Honda Odyssey - What Is The Distance From Hitch Pin Hole To Back Of Bumper?
    With the Draw-Tite Hitch # 76025 installed on a 2015 Honda Odyssey, the distance from the hitch pin hold to the back of the bumper will be 6-3/4". So this will not work with your bike rack. Instead I recommend going with the etrailer Class 3 Hitch # e98862. Once this is installed, the distance from the hitch pin hole to the back of the bumper will be only 4-1/2". Leaving plenty of room for your bike rack. I have linked our install video for the etrailer Class 3 Hitch # e98862 below....
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