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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch from CURT. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number C13068 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CURT Trailer Hitch - C13068

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • CURT
  • 350 lbs TW
  • 5000 lbs WD GTW
  • 500 lbs WD TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.


  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your vehicle
  • Precision, robotic welding maximizes strength and improves fit
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at
  • Gloss black powder coat finish over protective base coat offers superior rust resistance
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately
  • Hitch assembled in the USA
    • Mounting hardware may be imported


  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 5,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 350 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 500 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty Technical Support

At 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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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - C13068

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (477 Customer Reviews)

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.


Curt hitch C13068 and cover I-728 installed on an Oddy 2012 for the purpose of installing a YAKIMA bike rack. Due to the combination of OEM price and the need for large cutouts in the bodywork required I decided on CURT aftermarket vs. OEM. Selected CURT based on ground/receiver ground-clearance, looks and no mods to bumper bodywork. I installed the CURT hitch by myself in about 1 hour, I used a furniture dolly to move the hitch into position and cribbed it with wood to get to the right height. I did not undo the exhaust mount. Some people have expressed concern over the hitch design, at the end of the day in this "product liability environment" I assume CURT is doing their homework and properlly designed the hitch. Mind you, I do not expect to connect anything heavier than a loaded Yakima 4 bike rack (less than 250 lbs loaded).
I do not think I can add to the wealth of information provided by etrailer and the CURT instructions themselves, other than I disagree with the comment to not install the driver side plastic cover. I re-installed by trimming with a box cutter a approx. 1/2 in. × 4 in. corner section.
With regards to e-trailer. They could do a slightlly better job packing the hitch so that they do not break through the box (mine showed up sticking out with some minor scuffs). Mind you, I would buy from them again tomorrow based on all the product info, videos and reviews (good and bad), THANK YOU and Kudos
I deduct the CURT hitch 1 notch, for not extending the wings to capture all three (3) OEM mount points.
Other notes: I separatelly installed an OEM tranny cooler as recommended by HONDA.



Good evening!Great job in placing back the driver side plastic cover. I have a question on photo no.1, whats the extension above the hitch

Patrick B.


That is actually a hitch cover that he wedged up above the hitch to get it out of the way. If you look closely, you can see it has a tether that goes around the hitch behind the collar at the moth of the hitch. It is part I-728.



Hi Francisco, Thanks for the great review. It helped us to clear any doubts and decide on the hitch. One humble request...could you please post the picture for where you replaced the driver side plastic cover? Im curious to see how to cut out in order to replace it. Many Thanks!



You just need to cut on one corner of the inside lip of cover, you are cutting the tip of this lip. Take your time, place the cover and cut away the interference little-by-little. I placed and removed three times because I wanted a tight fit and did not wanted to cut more material than required. Attached find two images indicating the location where I had to cut on the inside lip of the cover. I used a box cutter and shaved little by little, you could also use a hot knife or a rotary tool just dont overcut. Take your time.

Patrick B.


Thanks for the follow up, I added the two new photos to the original review.


Delivered quickly. Fit well, with minimal fussing around to get it on. Biggest problem was getting the dirt and rust out of the chassis threads. The bolting is not a size that is standard in a tap set, it appear tos be a "sparkplug" thread, so had to buy a tap just to get the bolts to thread in. Getting the tap started took some fussing and finesse, but was eventually accomplished. After that, it went quickly. Looks great and is tucked away mostly out of sight. Pulls a trailer just fine.

2013 Honda Odyssey

We bought a new (to us) Odyssey. Our last Odyssey gave us a great 11-12 years, and the hitch made family vacations all the more possible. I don't do my own car repairs, don't change my oil and don't didn't install the first hitch on our former car, but I wasn't that impressed with the hitch from the Orange moving/rental/storage company that sold and installed my first hitch. Someone recommended I check out After reviewing a couple hitches, I chose this Curt Class III. The guys as etrailer rated the install as "easy" and gave both "pro install" and "DIY install" times. I found them helpful and accurate.
Prompt shipping. Excellent customer service. The included instructions and video were easy to understand.

2010 Honda Odyssey

So, i've been looking for a hitch for my 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L van to use for transporting bikes with a bike rack I just purchased. Went to trailer rental place and they were just charging too much for the hitch and installation. Since I purchased my bike tray rack for my roof rack on my sedan here on etrailer, I decided to see what hitches were offered. I went with the Curt Class 3 hitch for my vehicle after reading the reviews and watching the video that etrailer provided for instructions.

I received the package through UPS. Unfortunately, there was a hole where the hitch made its way through during the shipping process. No biggie I said. Cleaned out the mount points on the van with WD-40 and a tube bristled brush. Tested all mounted points with the provided screws and everything looked to be dialed.....Until I tried mounting the hitch. Screwed in one bolt on the driver side and tried to mount the other bolt on the passenger side to no avail. The hitch was off by just a tad under .25mm. The hitch wouldn't line up no matter what I did. So, i took a clothe (to protect the nice finish) and my rubber mallet and hammered it out. It just took a few good hits to make up for the difference to line up the hitch. I'm thinking that it probably got out of line during the shipping process via UPS. Maybe thick pieces of styrofoam would've helped on both ends to prevent this from happening.

Anyways, I mounted the hitch, torque the bolts to specs, and everything lined up perfectly. The hitch install was very easy and probably a 20 minute job with one person only. I really like the finish of the Curt hitch and the way it's constructed. It's very solid with a 2 bike rack carrier. I rated this to be four stars just because I had to hammer out the difference to make the hitch line up. Again, it's probably the shipping process via UPS. But then again, I believe if it was packaged and protected with the styrofoam pieces on the corners, the hitch wouldn't of become misaligned during the process. I read all the reviews and it looks like one other customer had the same issue.

Thank you so much for the hitch etrailer. Here are pics that I took this morning mounted and cleaned of 2010 Honda Odyssey EXL.

2016 Subaru Outback Wagon

Product is very nicely painted and arrived well packed. The video directions provided by etrailer were fantastic. I didn’t even have to jack the vehicle up.

At this point, summer 2020 on a 2014 Odyssey, you’re probably going to want to buy a tap for the captive nuts on your vehicle. WD40 and a brush were not sufficient to clean out the nuts. The ones on the exhaust side are open to the elements. Buy a M12 x 1.25mm tap and handle. I had to use a 6” extension from a socket set to clear the exhaust. After tapping the hitch went in no problem. Personally I don’t know why you’d buy a more expensive “hidden” hitch as this one is pretty nicely tucked up there. *Careful when buying things like bike racks though. The receiver is quite a ways from the end of the bumper.

The driver’s side plastic guard will need some slight trimming to get it to fit back in place. I used a rotary tool and zipped off a bit of plastic. Pretty simple.

*Note: As of this review I haven’t actually used the hitch yet.

2015 Honda Odyssey

Installed on 2015 Honda Odyssey. Normally a two man job, but used a 6" X6" an a 4" X 6" to brace center (see pics) which allowed me to do it by my self. No jack or lift required, plenty of room under van. Hardest part was getting the 10mm bolt reinstalled for the dust cover.

Instruction sheets and etrailer installation video are great help. Review before you start.

Mostly this will be utilized for a handi-cap cart lift.


Fast delivery and secured package (no dents or scratches), easy to install (just watch the video link that the etrailer had provided), I need to to use Tap 12mm x 1.25 to remove the rust from my van especially the passenger side (I took my time on this and make sure I don’t strip the tread). I did use another person just to left the hitch and then jack it up to hold. I’m pretty satisfied the outcome and thank you etrailer for the good communication throughout the entire process. I highly recommend this Curt Trailer Hitch, this is for my 2016 Honda Odyssey.

2006 Honda Odyssey

Very solid hitch for my 2006 Honda Odyssey. About as hidden as I could hope for as the van has no space to tuck one out of sight with the tub for the folding rear seat right behind the bumper. Receiver sits about an inch further under the car than the bumper, so I have never banged my shin on it. Easy install.

2012 Honda Odyssey

The hitch arrived without issue. The box had no damage or any look of being mishandled. Installed the hitch with reletive ease although a second hand could have been used in certain instances. I chose not to mess with moving the exhaust. We are excited to utillize the hitch when we embark on our annual camping trip!

2016 Honda Odyssey

First of all The staff at etrailer were great at resolving a problem I had.
The hitch looks great on my 2016 Odyssey. The bolt holes didn't line up perfectly (probably got dropped on the end of the box by the shipper). I just laid it down on the garage floor and whacked each end once or twice with a sledge hammer. The bolt holes now lined up perfectly. Fishing the third bolt on the drivers side went smoothly.
All in all I'm extremely satisfied with the hitch and the people at etrailer. I highly recommend etrailer for all your trailering needs!



It has worked great. I only use it for a larger bike rack but Im sure it would be just fine if I were to tow anything. Thanks again!!

2011 Chevrolet Suburban

Went on fairly easy. I had to do a loaner torque wrench from our local auto parts store. Which they return the deposit when you bring it back. I also did have a little help from my 9 year old son. Total time to install took about 1 hour for me. I decided to trim the back fascia panel and put it back on so that took up about 20 minites of that time. One reason I chose this model from Curt was the ground clearance. We are planning a trip to Florida later this year and didn't want to take our Suburban. We already had a cargo rack and cargo bag, so this will work great for our luggage.


Hitch fits like a glove, bike rack fits perfect and the rear door clears the
bike rack when it is tilted. I'm 75 and it took me, myself, and I 30 minutes
to complete the install.

I was NOT happy in the least with the UPS delivery service. I've lived at my address
for almost 25 years and get 2 - 3 UPS deliveries a month. The driver supposedly
tried to deliver the hitch 3 times but claimed my address was not good. I drove over to the UPS "Customer Service Center" earlier today and picked up the hitch.

UPS had beaten the package up but everything was still inside and in reasonable shape, couple minor scratches. I did some touch up before installing.

I'm not alone! When one googles the Forest Park GA UPS "Customer Service Center", a complete misnomer, ratings, its average rating is 2.5 Stars and if you read all of the 151 comments if most had a choice below a one they'd given it to the UPS Service Center. I give the Center NEGATIVE 5 Stars and the driver a NEGATIVE 10 stars.

Preston C.


Trailer hitch has worked fine.

Honda Odyssey

Easy ordering, easy install, now i can use my bike rack on my odyssey. Let the gnar shred begin!

2012 Honda Odyssey

Product & install was great! Packaging not so good. The hitch was not secured/padded well & broke through the box, causing minor damage to one end.
Not serious enough to not install, but more padding needs to be added inside the box

2012 Honda Odyssey

As advertised
(1) Clear
orders instructions on your site.
(2) Received my hitch in 6-7 days as promised
(3) clear instructions indicating roughly 30 minutes to install
(4) installed no problem
(5) Class III 2" good to go
Thanks to your staff
Have a good day.

Jay D.



2016 Honda Odyssey

Hitch arrived on time. Installation by Sube Shop was easy and not expensive. Hitch looks great & I won't bang my legs on it putting putting items into and taking them out of the van.

Mike M.


Im very happy with the trailer hitch and just used it 2 days ago with my bicycle rack.

2007 Honda Odyssey

This has been my first experience with and they have surpassed expectations. The website was very helpful to make sure I ordered the correct model hitch receiver. The follow up communication was excellent, letting me know when my order was shipped and when it would arrive. Shipping was very fast. The product was just what I needed at a great price.
The installation video was very helpful and the actual installation went better than expected.


Excellent speed of delivery and top notch product!



Excellent quality. Easy installation. Fast delivery

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.


@Greg Good deal, glad to hear that the # C13068 hitch is working well for you!

2007 Honda Odyssey

We are really pleased with this hitch. It was easy to install and looks great on the Odyssey. The most difficult part of installation was scrubbing out the mounting holes on the van. We ended up using some wire brushes from a gun cleaning kit. Just takes a little elbow grease (why they don't put plastic plugs in while being manufactured is beyond me-it can't save that much money).

Honda Odyssey

This is not the first nor will it be the last hitch I have purchased from etrailer. if this one performs like the previous ones then it is a durable solid hitch which hauls dirt bikes, kayaks, dirt, rocks, mulch & sand on short and long hauls without problems. If that isn't enough reason to get an etrailer hitch then they really look good, well secured & tucked away under both of our Honda Odyssey's. Easy to understand install instructions & neat little tools to make life better during the installation plus the online video if one needs them. All of the above and FAST shipping!

2015 Honda Odyssey

This 2" hitch works great on our current model (2015) Honda Odyssey - we use it mainly for a Yakima Ridgeback 4-bike rack.

This is our 2nd rack from - great delivery and wonderful customer service.


I got the c 13068 trailer from e trailer for my 2014 Honda Odyssey after checking around Online and pleasantly surprised with the order, shipping, and product.

I wasn’t sure how long it would take (Due to covid) but the trailer came in a timely manner. I was able to install it myself in about 2-hours but would have taken less than 1 hour if I had all the right tools.

Since I installed it myself, I actually didn’t lift the car or removed the exhaust. Here is my experience and suggestion

1. Get the tools a head of time. Autozone let’s you loan a torque wrench and other tools if you need it. The torque wrench isn’t common so I’d get one on loan there.
2. The 11/16 and 19 mm sockets aren’t common so look for those before you start.
3. If you don’t plan to remove the exhaust, work on the car when it’s cold. I drove it to a friends to finish and the exhaust was somewhat hot.
4. Having a second person is helpful but not necessary.

Overall, I think it’s fine. I could do a follow up review but we are mainly using it for bikes and luggage. Should do the trick and really useful.


So easy you won't believe it, I call it plug and play. Saved about $200.0] to dying and feel secure in using it.


This is a well-made hitch receiver with a nice finish. I plan to use it to haul utility trailers with my Odyssey. It is resting right under the bumper, so ground clearance is maximized.

One star deducted for the 1/8" misalignment of the slots with my frame's threaded holes. I tried to install it in my driveway and failed; my mechanic buddy threw the car up on his lift, put a drift pin in the slot, and pried it over. 10 minutes of work for him that would have taken me hours without his expertise.



No complaints. I regularly haul a 12 utility trailer and a custom roof-rack extension that I built. I have not once scraped the receiver on the road, so ground clearance is excellent.

Honda Odyssey

Despite being easy to install (all hitches for the Odyssey are that way), the design is simply lacking when compared to the Hidden Hitch or Draw-Tite. The Odyssey has three factory mount points on each side. The Curt hitch only uses four of the factory mounts, their fifth requires you to snake a bolt up. While not difficult, it's simply a poor design compared to the alternatives (they use all six factory mounts)

Unfortunately I didn't notice this until the hitch arrived (my bad, and in to way a reflection on etrailer, their service was great).




Thank you so much Chris for this review. I was leaning towards the Curt trailer hitch because of the extra 12 inch of clearance that it gives over the Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite which both have 12 inches as opposed to 12 1/2. But, now that I have verified how many bolts are used, I will probably go with Hidden Hitch. Thanks again.

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  • Curt Hitch Receiver for a 1999-2017 Honda Odyssey Van
    The Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" item # C13068 fits all model Honda Odyssey vans that were made from 1999-2017. You will be able to look on any of our hitch product pages and find the vehicles that it fits. If you are looking for a hitch for your new vehicle send me an email and I would be happy to help you find the right one.
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  • Are Their Holes on Brackets of End Brackets Curt Hitch # C13068
    The holes you can see in some of the pictures of the Curt hitch part # C13068 don't actually go all the way through and allow access to the hitch's cross tube. Otherwise that would allow water to get into the hitch and potentially cause rust prematurely.
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  • Tools Needed When Installing Trailer Hitch On 2015 Honda Odyssey
    That is a great catch! After reading the installation instructions a couple times I called my contact at Curt and asked why the tool list included the 19 mm socket. They said it may have been part of a list of tools for a different trailer hitch or an older hitch that used different hardware but it is not needed when installing the # C13068 on your 2015 Odyssey.
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  • How to Oder Replacement Hardware for Curt Trailer Hitch
    We offer replacement hardware for the hitches we offer with part # RHK. On the product page you'd need to select your hitch manufacturer and then enter the part number of the hitch you have and we'll ship you out the correct hardware.
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  • Replacement Hardware Kit For Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C13068
    We currently only carry the square hole spacer and M12 bolt as part of the Replacement Hardware Kit # RHK. You will need to ensure you put the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver number 13068 in the appropriate box when placing the order.
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  • Height of the Curt Hitch # C13068 from Hitch to Ground on a 2007 Honda Odyssey
    We have had the chance to install the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C13068 on a few Honda Odyssesys like your 2007 model and have found that the hitch will sit any where from 12-1/2 inches to 13 inches from the ground. To help you pick out the correct rise/drop ball mount for you setup check out the FAQ article I attached that details how to pick out the correct ball mount so that your trailer will be towed as level as possible.
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  • Hitch Pin Hole to Bumper Distance for Curt Hitch # C13068 Installed on 2007 Honda Odyssey
    The exact position of the hitch pin hole on Curt Class III 2-inch hitch receiver # C13068 when installed on a Honda Odyssey will vary among various model years. Your 2007 is the same (3rd) generation as the 2010 vehicle shown in the linked video and so should share the 4-1/4-inch hitch pin hole to bumper distance. However, I did also go to our warehouse to take a measurement of this hitch that will allow you to approximate the position of the hitch pin hole on your vehicle once the Curt...
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  • Which Curt Hitch Will Fit a 2002 Honda Odyssey
    I have a Curt Class III hitch available for your 2002 Honda Odyssey but it is not the # 13084. You would want the part # C13068 as it is a confirmed fit. The hitch you referenced is designed for Jeeps so it would not fit at all. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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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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  • Would the Curt Hitch C13068 Fit a 2006 Honda Odyssey and Newer Vehicles as Well
    The Curt Hitch # C13068 you referenced is confirmed as a fit (so far) for the 1999 through 2016 Honda Odyssey. If you have a 2006 and upgraded to a newer model this hitch would still work. Hitch hardware is considered one-time use so if you went to transfer this hitch to a newer vehicle you would also need new hardware. For that you would need part # RHK. Which on the product page would allow you to select the hitch manufacturer and enter the part number of the hitch.
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  • What is the Highest Capacity Hitch Available for the 2011 Honda Odyssey
    All of the hitches we offer for your 2011 Honda Odyssey have a 3,500 lb towing capacity. There aren't any available with a higher capacity. Even if there was I doubt your vehicle would have the needed capacity. Check your owners manual to see what the towing capacity is. Most likely it wouldn't be enough to tow a 5,500 lb trailer. In a towing setup the weakest component is the overall capacity as a setup is only as strong as it's weakest component.
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  • Fixing Broken Weld Nuts on 2006 Honda Odyssey Installing a CURT Class III Trailer Hitch Receiver
    The weld nuts were probably still dirty, when you were installing the hitch which caused the weld nut to brake off when putting torque on it. If you have not already installed the other bolts, you will want to clean them out with WD-40 and wire brush (see video link). What you will want to do is take some vice grips to hold the head of the bolt in place, then take an angle grinder with a cut off wheel or a reciprocating saw to cut the bolt. Then, using an access hole towards the front...
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  • Why Does Draw Tite Hitch for 1999 Honda Odyssey Have Higher Capacity than Curt
    Draw Tite and Curt are two different companies who both designed a Class III hitch for your 1999 Honda Odyssey. Before getting to concerned about the capacity differences you need to consider that the towing setup of any vehicle is only as strong as the weakest component. So if your Odyssey has a factory capacity that is much lower than either hitch's capacity it doesn't matter which you had installed as the lower vehicle capacity would be the overall capacity. The design of the # 75270...
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  • Replacement Hitch Installation Hardware Kit for Curt Class III Hitch C13068
    The Curt 2-inch Class III hitch # C13068 is a confirmed fit for your 2014 Honda Odyssey and this hitch includes the required mounting hardware. The installation instructions, which are linked for your reference, detail the included fasteners and other parts. The 4 main mounting bolts are M12-1.25 x 35mm (grade 5). We recommend using an exact replacement hardware kit if the hitch is to be re-installed a second time. Hitch hardware is made for one-time use only and cannot be re-torqued for...
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  • Replacement Hardware for Curt 13068 on 2004 Honda Odyssey
    We do have the replacement hardware for the Curt # C13068. What you need is the Replacement Hardware Kit for Trailer Hitches # RHK. This kit comes with everything you need to install the hitch on your 2004 Honda Odyssey. The price can be found on the product page. I included an installation video below for your reference.
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  • Replacement Hardware For Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C13068
    We do have trailer hitch hardware for your Curt # C13068 trailer hitch receiver. The Replacement Hardware Kit for Trailer Hitches # RHK is what you need. You will need to enter the hitch item number you listed and then select Curt from the manufacturer drop box. We will create a kit for you of all the hardware needed. I've attached a video of the installation to further assist.
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  • Replacement Hardware Needed For Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver on a 2012 Honda Odyssey
    Currently we offer the Replacement Hardware Kit # RHK that will have all the hardware you need for the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C13068 on your 2012 Honda Odyssey. We do not offer the parts of the hardware kit separately. When you order the hardware you need to identify that it is for the Curt Receiver # C13068 on the window when ordering online.
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  • Hitch Mounting Hardware Recommendation for a Curt Hitch # C13068 for 2007 Honda Odyssey
    Yes, we offer replacement hardware for the hitches we sell including the Curt Hitch part # C13068 that you referenced. What you will need is part # RHK. You will need to select Curt as the hitch manufacturer from the drop down menu and then enter the part number of the hitch, C13068, and we will ship you out the correct hitch hardware. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out as well.
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  • Installation of the Curt Class III Trailer Hitch on a 2008 Honda Odyssey Van
    After watching our installation video and referring to the installation instruction for the Curt Class III Trailer Hitch, # C13068, it is not necessary to use a lift when installing this trailer hitch on a 2008 Honda Odyssey. However, raising the rear of the vehicle off the ground will make installation easier. I recommend using a hydraulic floor jack and jack stands on a flat surface when installing the hitch. The Performance Tool 2-Ton Floor Jack with Stands, # PTW1605, would work well...
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  • Are Ball Mounts Supposed to Sit Flush With the Hitch They Are Used On
    Having a longer ball mount wouldn't be a problem at all. The biggest issue you may run into is banging your shins on it as it would stick out further than a shorter one. Ball mounts don't have to sit flush with the hitch they are installed into so you would be just fine. We even sell super long ball mounts like the part # EA40 which has a distance of 14-5/8 inches from the pin hole to the ball hole. I attached a help article on trailer towing that you may find informative.
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  • Should Loctite Be Used to Install a Curt Hitch on a 2014 Honda Odyssey
    There's no reason you couldn't use Loctite like part # LT37420 when installing the Curt hitch part # C13068 but as long as you torque the install hardware down to the proper torque figures in the instructions you wouldn't have any problems with the bolts loosening. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out as well.
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  • Hitch Recommendation for a 2003 Honda Odyssey
    We have everything you will need. Let's first start with a hitch for your 2003 Honda Odyssey. For that the Class III Curt hitch part # C13068 would be a great option as it would have plenty of capacity. Next you will want to get a ball mount. When towing a trailer you want to get a ball mount that will allow the trailer to be towed as level as possible. To see how to pick out the correct ball mount you will need to check out the help article I attached. You will need to know the distance...
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  • Hitch Adapter Needed for Thule Apex Swing to Fit 2" Trailer Hitch on a 2010 Honda Odyssey
    Yes, the Replacement 2" Hitch Adapter # TH8523185001 will work whether you have the older Thule Apex TH9025 or Apex Swing TH9027. This is going to be a great bike rack to gain complete rear hatch access on your 2010 Honda Odyssey with it installed on the Curt # C13068 trailer hitch you mentioned.
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  • Size Thread Tap to Clean Weld Nuts to Install Trailer Hitch on 2014 Toyota RAV4
    The install bolts of the etrailer hitch part # e98864 that you referenced are size M12x1.25 so the size tap you'd need is the M12x1.25. The thread tap route is the best route for cleaning out weld nuts so you are on the right track!
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