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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2005 Dodge Dakota - Curt
Today on this 2005 Dodge Dakota were going to install part number 13229 from Curt. This is what the hitch looks like once installed on the truck. Next well go ahead and give you some measurements that will help you out in selecting some accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack, or a cargo carrier. From the top of receiver opening down to the ground is going to be 18 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper is going to be 2-1/2 inches. Now well go ahead and remove the existing hole plug if its present on the center of the bumper.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2005 Dodge Dakota
Today we will be working on a 2005 Dodge Dakota. We will be installing Draw-Tite part number 75251, which will also be comparable to the Hidden Hitch part number 87753. Here are a couple of measurements that will assist you in ing accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost portion of the bumper is about 1-1/2 inches. And from the top of the receiver tube to the ground is 16-3/4 inches. 0:25
Trailer Hitch Installation - 1999 Dodge Dakota
Today on this 1999 Dodge Dakota we are going to install part number C13280 from Curt. This is what the hitch looks like when it is installed on the vehicle. Next we will give you some measurements that will help you out in ing accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground is going to be 18-1/4 inches. And from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outside edge of the bumper is going to be 5 inches. Next we will go ahead and show you how the hitch gets installed. 0:26
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Dodge Dakota
Today on this 2010 Dodge Dakota we are going to install part number, 13230 from Curt. This is what the hitch looks like while it is installed on the vehicle. Next, we will give you a couple measurements that will help you out when choosing hitch accessories such as a bike rack, cargo carrier, and ball mount. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground is 17-3/4 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole, to the outside edge of the bumper is going to be 2 inches. :28
Trailer Hitch Installation - 1998 Dodge Dakota
Today on this 1998 Dodge Dakota pickup truck we are going to install part number 87554 from Hidden Hitch. This is also going to apply to part number 75073 from Draw-Tite. First we will show you where the hitch mounts up on to the vehicle. It is going to use these two holes on the frame right here and this bolt on the very top on the side here is going to be replaced by the hitch also. At this point we can start disassembly. What we need to do is loosen all three of these nuts right here because they are connected by straps and the bottom two straps sometimes trap the strap from the top bolt. 00:34
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2001 Dodge Dakota Pickup
Today on this 2001 Dodge Dakota pick up truck, we are going to install part number 87554 from Hidden Hitch. This also applies to part number 75073 from Draw-Tite. Okay we will go ahead and first show you where the hitch mounts up onto the vehicle. It is going to mount up onto the frame itself in two different places. It is going to mount on the bottom of the frame using this bolt hole here and the hole where this existing bolt is. And the existing bolt is going to be removed and replaced by the hitch hardware. Also it is going to mount up onto the inside of the frame where another existing factory bolt is going to be replaced by the hitch hardware also. All right, we will go ahead and take this bottom bolt out here.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2000 Dodge Dakota
All right, today we are going to install part number 87554 from Hidden Hitch, and we are going to install this Class III receiver hitch on a 2000 Dodge Dakota. We are going to show you where the hitch mounts up first. Basically, it is going to mount in these two existing holes in the frame, and also this bolt right here. This bolt will be taken out and replaced. However, sometimes what is going to happen is this little plate right here when you do the assembly will actually get caught between this plate for these two bolts here. So it requires you take these two bolts loose and then spin this out so you can get the bolt out. You can see on the passengers side how it looks like that. All right, you can see how the strap on this bolt is caught underneath this strap connecting these two bolts here, so that will require you to loosen these two bolts - not remove them - just loosen them enough so you can get this strap up and out of the way. All right, when you have got that bolt out, let us go ahead and tighten these back up.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2002 Dodge Dakota
Today we are going to be installing hitch part number 87554 on a 2002 Dodge Dakota. Alright, the first thing we want to do is go ahead and lower the spare tire and remove it and get it out of the way. Looking under the vehicle now, at the frame rails, the attaching points for the hitch are going to be here at the bottom of the frame. This existing hole, as well as this one here. There is a vertical attaching point as well, which is going to be where this bolt is here. So we need to actually remove the nut from the outboard side and pull this piece off. As you can see, there is an extra flange here that kind of holds the bolt in place while you are putting the nut on. If that happens to be pinched in between this particular set of bolts here, you might need to loosen these to allow this to be removed. So you will want to go ahead and remove this bolt and that assembly from both sides of the frame. As you can see I had to loosen these bolts here to get this top bolt out, the flange. You will want to make sure that you re tighten these as soon as you are able to get the top bolt out. Now that we have the bolt removed from the side of the frame, we will go ahead and put the hitch up into position.
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