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Old 07-20-2003, 06:52 PM   #1
hakens
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Default Is your Draw-Tite hitch crooked?

I just installed a Draw-Tite 24710 hitch on my WRX wagon and after I installed it I noticed that the 1 1/4" receiver is welded on crooked in relation to the hitch frame (and in relation to the car). It's not that bad, but I noticed it right away. Trying to decide if I should exchange it for another one. It wouldn't make a difference towing, but I don't want my bike rack to sit slightly to one side. I ordered it from E-trailer so I would have to deal with mailing it back, what a pain!

Is anyone elses Draw-tite hitch like that? I don't want to exchange it and the next one be the same.

I did manage to get the exhaust to hang fairly straight by reusing the hanger bracket even though the instructions tell you to bolt the hanger directly to the hitch. I had to use a chaff pad with this method though.
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