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Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

Item # 33328
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Easily attach a variety of accessories to the front of your vehicle with this fully welded, corrosion-resistant trailer hitch receiver. Perfect for winches, spare tire carriers and more. 1-800-940-8924 to order CURT front receiver hitch part number 33328 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all CURT products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2". Front Receiver Hitch reviews from real customers.
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CURT Front Receiver Hitch - 33328

  • Front Mount Hitch
  • CURT
  • 9000 lbs Line Pull
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • 350 lbs Vert Load
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • Square Tube

Easily attach a variety of accessories to the front of your vehicle with this fully welded, corrosion-resistant trailer hitch receiver. Perfect for winches, spare tire carriers and more.


Features:

  • Front-mount hitch provides attachment point for hitch-mounted accessories
    • Winch, spare tire carrier, snowplow, cargo carrier and more
    • No more blindly backing trailer in - just hook it up and drive it forward
  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your vehicle
  • Precision, robotic welding maximizes strength and improves fit
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Gloss black powder coat finish over steel resists corrosion
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Assembled in USA


Specs:

  • Line pull: 9,000 lbs
  • Vertical load: 350 lbs
  • Gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Pin hole diameter: 5/8"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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33328 Curt Front-Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver

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Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" - 33328

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (34 Customer Reviews)

Easily attach a variety of accessories to the front of your vehicle with this fully welded, corrosion-resistant trailer hitch receiver. Perfect for winches, spare tire carriers and more.

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2011 Honda Ridgeline

We live just south of Buffalo and Put this on our '11 Honda Ridgeline with a snowsport plow and a week later it snowed, and snowed and snowed... 5 feet in 24 hours and it's still snowing.... It's not good.... It's AWESOME! Not one driveway or even our street is clear... Except ours. It was easy to put together , easy to install and works exactly like it's advertised!
It's November and it paid for itself already. Communication with etrailer was exceptional. We could not be happier with the whole setup.

Greg C.

1/8/2015

Hi Robin:I have a 2012 Ridgeline and I was wondering how the plow is working for you.Thanks much.GregTraverse City, MI

Robin G.

1/8/2015

Still working very well! The only thing we had to do was re tighten some of the mounting bolts but we did give it quite the workout! The rack it sits on is scraped up from use but that is completely expected and we will just sand and spray in the spring before we put it away. No complaints... Its a well built, sturdy unit. I would buy again in a heartbeat!

Dan

4/26/2015

What modifications on your Ridgeline did you have to make to install your hitch receiver?Thanks for your help.



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2006 Honda Ridgeline

Needed a front hitch for a 2006 Ridgeline Honda truck. I found it on etrailer.com and a better price for same hitch on another online store. As I talked with the customer service agent, I was also offered a discount which was quite a surprise. Shipping was very fast. Had it installed on my truck so I could attach a mounting hitch and snow blade. I am extremely happy with this hitch and etrailer.com.



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They asked for a review a year later, AWESOME! I love the front mount on my '13 Ridgeline for a snowsport "floating plow" I bought thru AgriCover. My Ridgeline plows the whole neighborhood now!!!



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Great service from etrailer, not so good manufacturing by Curt.

The following advise is for a 2007 Honda Ridgeline.
I purchased this hitch in order to push my 21 foot travel trailer into a tight parking area at the side of my house where reversing it in with the tow vehicle is difficult.

Be aware that the mounting holes on this hitch do not quite match, they are slightly off, enough to make mounting a problem that may lead to damaged bolts or even cross threaded bolts. Do yourself a favor and get a 1/4" round file, then file the two elongated holes on the center flange towards the forward edge and away from the hitch receiver to make them longer. Then file the two mounting holes on each of the outer flanges inwards toward the center or hitch receiver tube and elongate them.

Dry fit the hitch making sure the bolts go into the threads easily, they are fine pitch and are easily cross threaded and damaged, make sure they ALL go into the chassis nuts without trouble because in the final assembly you will also be dealing with the splash guard, which will be hampering your final assembly.

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Sierra K.

8/9/2021

Thank you for your detailed review. Because you are installing on a 2007, weld nuts must be cleaned or else it will be difficult to install. Another thing which may have happened, is some flex in the receiver, which would account for it not fitting exactly right. I will attach a help article explaining more:



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I had some difficulty lining up the bolts but suspect that is my issue rather than the product. So far I have only used it once for a camping trip with a rack designed for an ATV (rack is offset for ground clearance) and that worked well. I also plan to use for a small bike rack when 4 bike rack in back is overloaded. Puts more utility in my SUV, always a good thing.

James

5/13/2022

Great, every SUV should have a hitch and having two is just so much better.



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Desided not to install due to the low ground clearance issues.. otherwise the quality and craftsmanship is excellent.. also concerns of front end chassis flexing and steering alignment issues if high loads were imposed on hitch.. may install in the future



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The good news is the hitch fit and it helps with getting the boat into the garage with a curved driveway. It was extremely hard to get the bolt holes aligned. If the front screws Had an alignment pin and if the bolt hole were larger it would have helped. I ended up stripping one front screw.

Bruce G.

4/8/2021

Still using it and it is working well.



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I was a little surprised with the snow plow. I thought it was going to be hydraulic/electric. It does okay, going on flat and slight declines. Inclines not so good. I also. Bought a rear trailer hitch. Very pleased with it.



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2005 Honda Pilot

I plan on using this to assist me in backing my travel trailer into a small side yard next to my house and my neighbor's fence. Backing it into this small area has been extremely nerve wracking as my home air conditioner unit is close to the house and trailer. Now I will have the luxury of making sure nothing is damaged. and better yet the front hitch will be hidden under the car and out of the way.



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I needed to have my local mechanic install this - not from any fault of the product but the rusted bolts in my truck got so tight that the nuts internal to the frame members broke free of their welds. It's not really been used much but seems like it will do the job when called on!



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This may be more of a fault of the vehicle than the hitch. There is 4 bolts that need to be removed from the vehicle (Honda Ridgeline) bumper reinforcement bar that have hidden welded nuts that snap loose due to an accumulation of rust.
Upon further inspection of the reinforcement provided for the vehicles front end, I am not sure using this hitch to mount a snowplow won't be compromising to the vehicle's structural integrity in the long run.



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2008 Honda Ridgeline

Couldn't have asked for a better product! So simple to add a front hitch to my 2008 Honda Ridgeline. Was done in 45 mins. Highly recommended to all my ridgeline friends.



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Works great. Had to get an extension to attach my winch.



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Honda Pilot

This my third front hitch and they work great for my purpose. I am a pilot car for oversized loads this works great for front sign and as a carrier for the high pole each one has fitted properly and work great Thanks Ronnie



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The Curt receiver arrived in a few days after ordering and it was an easy install. I would recommend to anyone.



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I LOVE my Curt front-mount trailer hitch. I installed it myself, and while I wouldn’t say it was “easy”, it was reasonable. The instructions were clear and the fit was perfect. I bought the hitch because I have a boat and a travel trailer that I need to maneuver in a fairly small space. I considered an electric trailer mover, but the hitch was much less expensive, and it is with me wherever I go. The front hitch makes it extremely easy to move the boat and the travel trailer with great precision. You have good visibility of the load, and because the hitch is so close to the front (steering) axle, it is very easy and intuitive to make small directional adjustments.



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Honda Ridgeline

This hitch will probably outlast the truck. Very beefy and well designed, all bolt holes matched up perfectly to the Ridgeline subframe. I purchased it, along with a removable winch mount and quick-release 12V. battery cable connectors, so that I can keep my winch out of the way and locked in the tool box when not in use.

(Unfortunately, the removable winch mount that goes into the receiver, and which I bought from a different manufacturer, is flimsy compared to this unit).



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Love Curt, second one I have bought. This one came with a crazy little skinny wire tool with a spring on the end so I could pull a bolt and washer 12" through a steel tube on the car and make it hang down so I could put a nut on it for the hitch. Amazing. Genius! American ingenuity! (And BTW, I love etrailer, too. They have so much stuff, and not just for your trailer but your car, too! And all kinds of helpful videos. I know this sounds like a commercial, but it isn't. I'm real and hard to impress, but these guys are impressive.)



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This was the easiest purchase and installation of a hitch I've ever done. I have already told my neighbor about e trailer and I'll keep referring them to anyone looking for a hitch.



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Receiver hitch fit perfectly. I contacted etrailer a couple times with delivery questions and they always responded right away. Very pleased.



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Allows us to put our camper in our warehouse much easier. I consider it mission accomplished!



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Honda Ridgeline

Got here fast and fits my Honda Ridgeline Perfect



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Looks Great! Well built!No reduction in ground clearence. I really took my time putting it on and it took me 2 hours on a Saturday afternoon! Looks real tough on the Ridgeline!



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2008 Honda Ridgeline

Tim

4/8/2022

I haven’t needed to use it often, but when I have it was a life saver. I can’t backup a trailer for the life of me. I guess I’ll have to add to a new Ridgeline as soon as I buy one.



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Easy fit up. Works as expected. Solid


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  • If Fascia Needs To Be Removed For Service Does Hitch Also Have to be Removed on 2007 Honda Ridgeline
    After reading the instructions it does sound like the fascia is removed and trimmed for the CURT 2 Inch Front Hitch, part # 33328 to fit on your 2007 Honda Ridgeline. Then, the hitch and fascia is reinstalled together, so if you have to remove the fascia later it will not come completely off with the hitch installed. I spoke with my contact at CURT and they did verify that the hitch would have to be removed to remove the fascia. I do not know of normal services on the Honda Ridgeline that...
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  • Westin Bull Bars Should Not Conflict with Front Mount Hitches
    The Westin Bull Bars should not conflict with the front mount hitches at all. The receiver opening on the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver, part # 33328, will sit behind a small opening in the front fascia already present on your vehicle. The hole is too small right now, so you will have to enlarge the hole a bit. If you would like to view the installation instructions for the hitch, please click on the Instructions link. There is a link on the page with the hitch to the installation...
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  • Do Modifiactions Need to be Made to Install a Front Mount Hitch on a 2007 Honda Ridgeline
    To install this front end hitch on the 2007 Ridgeline no drilling is required but you will need to trim the bumper fascia.
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  • Will the Front Hitch # 33328 Fit on a 2005 Honda Pilot LX
    Yes, the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver, item # 33328, will fit on your 2005 Honda Pilot LX. This hitch is designed for all trim levels of the 2005 Honda Pilot. I have added an instructions link for you to review. There is some minor fascia trimming involved in the installation, but no drilling or other modifications are required. You may also be interested in the Curt Trailer Hitch Electric Winch Mount Plate, item # C31010, if you are installing a winch on your Pilot. To secure...
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  • Recommended Parts Needed For Flat-Towing 2004 Honda Pilot
    The Curt Front Hitch # 33328 is a front-mount hitch and is designed to be used for installing carriers or winches or other accessories at the front of your 2004 Pilot. It is not designed to be used for flat-towing. You need a few items if you plan on towing your Pilot; a tow bar, if you do not have one, base plates for your Pilot, tow bar wiring, safety cables, and a supplemental brake system. You need base plates like part # DM9517143 to tow your Honda. The base plates bolt to your...
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  • Availability of Front-Mount 2-Inch Trailer Hitch for 2013 Honda Ridgeline
    Yes, we do offer a front-mount 2-inch hitch receiver for your 2013 Honda Ridgeline, Curt custom-fit hitch # 33328. This front hitch installs using included hardware; no drilling is required. The receiver provides a 350-lb vertical load (tongue weight) rating which is plenty for most snow plows, such as the # K2AVAL8219. The written instructions are linked for you along with a helpful article on hitch installations.
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  • Does Curt Winch Mount Plate Fit Curt Front Hitch For 2014 Honda Ridgeline
    Yes, the Curt winch mount plate does fit the Curt front mounted hitch for your 2014 Honda Ridgeline so you can use the two parts together, which are the following: - Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver # 33328 - Curt Trailer Hitch Electric Winch Mount Plate # C31010 As for the plastic on your Ridgeline it does need to be temporarily removed, yes. The only other thing I wanted to add is that in order to mount the winch plate in the hitch you'll just need the Hitch Pin and Clip # ML1465DAT.
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  • Where and How is the Fascia Trimmed on a 2008 Honda Ridgeline to Install Curt Front Mount Hitch
    You will have to remove the lower plastic fascia to trim it on your 2008 Honda Ridgeline to install front mount hitch # 33328. It is held on with push button fasteners that you can remove using a screwdriver. There is just a small area on each side of the front fascia on the 2008 models that will need to be trimmed. I have included a link to the instructions to the right. You will need to look at trim diagram A in the instructions. To trim you can use aviator sheers, a rotary tool,...
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  • Front Mount Hitch Recommendation for a 2013 Honda Pilot
    For your 2013 Honda Pilot I would recommend the Curt Front Mount Hitch # C31064. This hitch has been confirmed to fit your vehicle and should work very well. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out also. We never recommend modifying a hitch to fit a different vehicle than it was intended for and vice versa, this would void the warranty of both the hitch and the vehicle.
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  • Can Snowbear Snow Plow for Frame Mounts Install on 2007 Honda Ridgeline
    We might have a solution for you but it depends on which model winch you have. The only way to install a Snowbear plow on your 2007 Honda Ridgeline is with a front hitch mount. So you'd have to have a hitch installed like the Curt # 33328. It sounds like your plow was designed for mounting to the 2-point frame brackets that SnowBear also uses. What hopefully will work for you then is the # SB324-120 as this converts that style of plow to a hitch mount style. The plow would need to be one...
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  • Front Hitch Recommendation for a 2003/2004 Honda Pilot
    I apologize for any confusion but you are correct, the Curt Front Hitch part # 33328 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit your 2003 (or 2004) Honda Pilot so it should work well for you. I spoke to my contact at Curt and he assured me it would fit your vehicle.
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  • Front Mounted Receiver for a 2020 Chevy Silverado
    We do offer some front receiver fits for the AT4 trim package of the 2020 Chevy Silverado, unless it's a 1500 series that has the 2.7L turbo engine or the 3.0L Diesel engine, as the additional plumbing and intercooler won't allow a front hitch to fit. For the 1500 series with no Turbo or Diesel, you'd use the Curt # C31088. For the 2500 or 3500, you'd need the EcoHitch item # EH57FR front receiver which works on all models of the 2500 or 3500, regardless of engine. The Curt # 33328 fits...
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  • Fit of Curt Front Mounted Receiver # 33328 On 2003 Honda Pilot
    I have confirmed with Curt Manufacturing that their # 33328 front mounted receiver hitch isindeed a fit for your 2003 Honda. Our fit listing was in error and is in the process of being corrected.
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  • Necessary to Reinstall Fascia on 2006 Honda Ridgeline When Installing Curt # 33328 Front Receiver
    For the purposes of structural rigidity or safety, there's no problem whatsoever with leaving that bit of fascia off if you wish. The fascia plays a role in how the wind is directed under the vehicle as you're driving down the road, but I doubt you'll notice any significant difference. If you decide you want to reinstall the fascia, the plastic push fasteners are pretty inexpensive, you should be able to find them online pretty easily. I've linked you to our selection of accessories for...
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  • Front Mounted Hitch For A 2019 Ram ProMaster 2500
    Though we do not have a custom fit front mount hitch for your 2019 Ram ProMaster 2500, you could install a universal mount hitch like The Draw-Tite Ultra Frame Service Body Trailer Hitch Receiver - Weld On - Class V - 2 inch # 41990-07. This hitch will fit heavy-duty and commercial vehicles with frames up to 44 inches. It has a maximum tongue weight up to 1,600 pounds. I would recommend checking your vehicle's manual to find out the proper capacity of your vehicle.
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  • Recommendation For Front Hitch For 2003 Honda Pilot
    Yes, the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch, Item # 33328, is a confirmed fit for your 2003 Honda Pilot. While not meant to be a towing device for your Honda, It should be fine when using in situations to "get unstuck" from the mud so long as you are careful. I also recommend using tow straps like the Erickson Recovery and Tow Straps, Item # EM59797, to safely pull your vehicle free. Contact me if you have any other questions.
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  • Front Hitch Recommendation for 2007 Honda Pilot
    For your 2007 Honda Pilot we do have the Curt front hitch part # 33328 which is a confirmed fit and would work well.
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  • How to Move and Park a Trailer without Using a Vehicle
    I do have a solution for you but there are no front mount trailer hitches available for the 2003 Honda Element. What I recommend is a Trailer Valet XL trailer dolly such as # TVXL2 which has a 2 inch ball or # TVXL25 which has a 2-5/16 inch ball. These are two-speed dollies that will allow you to accurately move and position the trailer, even by yourself, without having to use a vehicle. Depending on the length of your driveway you would probably want to use low gear. To make it easier...
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  • Recommended In-Cab Controlled Snow Plow Setup for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline
    We have several snow plows that can be adjusted from inside the cab of your 2008 Honda Ridgeline. For this you can choose from the SnowBear Personal Snowplow part # SB324-080, or the Detail K2 Rampage II Snowplow, part # K2RAMP8219. The best snow plow of these three options is the SnowBear Personal Snowplow. Unlike the other two choices, this snow plow sits close enough to vehicle to reduce leverage and strain on the plow, mounts, and vehicle. The in-cab toggle switch lets you raise and...
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  • Does Plastic Fascia Have to be Removed to Install Front Hitch on 2014 Honda Ridgeline
    I believe you by winch mount you are asking about a front hitch on your 2014 Honda Ridgeline, and you do need to (temporarily) remove the plastic fascia/spoiler to install the hitch that fits, which is the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver # 33328. These are held on by push buttons so just use a screwdriver to pry the push buttons out and it will be really easy. You will need to trim some spots of the fascia to give the # 33328 room to fit, but you'll be able to put it back on your...
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  • How To Carry A 300Lb. Scooter And 2 Bikes On A 2004 Honda Pilot
    While using a hitch or trunk mounted bike rack, the heaviest bike will need to be on the first slot of the carrier closest to the rear bumper. No, tongue weight is used for any object or accessory attached to a trailer hitch receiver and unfortunately, there is no way to increase the tongue weight capacity of a hitch for hitch mounted accessories. There are also no fail safe or safety feature built into either the vehicle or hitch receiver when exceeding the recommended tongue weight...
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  • Weight of Curt C31074 Front Mounted Receiver for 2020 Chevy Colorado
    The Curt # C31074 front mount receiver has shipping weight of 36 lbs, minus the packaging the hitch weighs about 30 lbs. I've linked the installation instructions for you. The Curt # 33328 front mount receiver you'd looked at is a fit for a 2003 - 2008 Honda Pilot or a 2006 - 2014 Honda Ridgeline, and wouldn't fit your Colorado.
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  • Installation Instructions for Curt Front-Mount Hitch 33328 for 2004 Honda Pilot
    I linked the installation instructions for the Curt hitch # 33328 which is the front-mount hitch that fits your 2004 Pilot. This front hitch requires no drilling and bolts on with included hardware using pre-drilled mounting holes as noted in the photo. I also included two helpful articles and a video on hitch installation. One article covers the entire process and the other article and video address the process of cleaning out the Pilot's frame weld nuts. These nuts can develop corrosion...
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  • Availability of Front Mounted Receiver for 2004 Honda Pilot
    Curt does indeed offer a front mounted receiver for your 2004 Honda Pilot, part # 33328. I've spoken with our Curt representative and have confirmed the fit for you. You can see the install instructions as well as the rest of the accessories we offer that are a fit for your Pilot.
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