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How To Order Replacement Hardware Kit For Curt Trailer Hitch

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Hello, I have a trailer hitch by Curt Manufacture 11072 for my VW jetta 2010 sedan. Im in search for hardware replacement. I dont think you guys sell 7/16 bolt and spacer block but do sell the 1/2 bolt and spacer. The 7/16 bolt and spacer is what originally comes with the Curt Hitch. Would the 1/2 bolt be able to fit in the holes or would it be too big? Thank you

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We have just what you need.

If you type RHK in the search box on our website it will take you to the replacement hardware kit product page. You will then simply type the number of the hitch you need hardware for in the box that is labeled Hitch Item Number. You would enter part # C11474.

Next, select Curt from the Manufacturer drop down menu. Then select the quantity of hardware kits you need and add to the cart and you will be good to go.

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Perry

I need help please I bought a. Curt trailer hitch #c13563 but received no bolts. Was supposed to be 6 bolts for a 2008 Nissan Quest. Can you help me with the bolt size and thread? (I love the Curt hitch but it does me no good if I can't bolt it on) Thank you in advance!

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Reply from Chris R.

If you purchased the Curt # C13563 from us please let us know so we can send out the hardware. Also make sure it's not tucked inside the hitch receiver (that's usually where the hardware is stored for shipment). This particular hitch uses 12mm hex bolts and washers. For an exact replacement kit you can use our part # RHK .

Alex M.

The curt instructions have a part list in the top left. If you follow that you could find the parts at a local hardware store.

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Reply from Chris R.

If you decide to do this make sure that you obtain the same grade hardware as well to maintain the listed capacities.

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