Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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  • Draw-Tite
  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • 525 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 76025 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch - 76025

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.


Features:

  • Custom-fit trailer hitch lets you tow a trailer or carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your vehicle
  • Computer-aided, fully welded steel construction ensures strength and durability
  • Tested Tough - safety and reliability criteria exceed industry standards
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 525 lbs
    • Not rated for use with weight distribution systems
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite's Tested Tough program provides testing standards far superior to those outlined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the go-to source for engineering professionals.



Each Draw-Tite trailer hitch receiver undergoes extensive fatigue testing and static testing with the ball mount that is either supplied or recommended for use with that particular hitch, thus ensuring results that are applicable to real life use. Fatigue testing is also conducted on hitches rated for use with weight-distribution systems.


In addition, Draw-Tite performs static testing on a simulated automobile, as opposed to the rigid fixture used for SAE testing, resulting in a more true-to-life scenario.


etrailer.com Technical Support

At etrailer.com 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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This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2011 - 2017 Honda Odyssey



California residents: click here


Video of Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Trailer Hitch Installation - 2016 Honda Odyssey

Here on this 2016 Honda Odyssey, we'll be having a look at and installing the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Class III trailer hitch receiver, part number 76025. All right, here's what our hitch inaudible 00:00:11 like installed. As you can see, unlike a lot of the other Honda Odyssey hitches on the market, ours is completely hidden underneath the fascia. The only part that's exposed is the actual Class III two inch receiver itself and our safety chain loops that are welded on below the receiver. These safety chain loops are easy to use and easy to access for all sizes of safety chains. Around the side of our receiver, you'll find two pin holes here. The one closest to the front of the vehicle is your industry standard 5/8 of an inch diameter hitch pin hole.

The one here towards the back is a J-pin stabilization device hole. What J-pin stabilization devices are, this is an accessory that is used to take some of that annoying shake, play, and rattle out of what is inserted in your receiver. We have several options of those available on our website if you'd like to purchase one. This hitch features a 3,500 pound max gross trailer weight rating and a 525 pound max gross tongue weight rating. You want to consult with the owner's manual of your Odyssey and not exceed the limits of the hitch or the vehicle itself and cause damage to either one. Now, another neat feature about this hitch is not only does it sit up higher than the other Odyssey hitches, giving us more ground clearance so we don't have to worry about scraping when we're pulling into a steep driveway or going over speed bumps or something of that nature, but also our hitch pin hole here sits back a little bit further, making it easier for us to use certain ball mounts or other hitch-mounted accessories. Now, because this hitch sits up higher and is hidden behind or fascia, this gives us a better option than other Odyssey hitches on the market because we have the increased ground clearance, which some people have complained about in the past, of scraping the bottom of the receiver, and a lot of people didn't like the look of it, the main body hanging underneath the fascia of the car being visible.

This is a more factory look, it looks very nice on the back of your vehicle, it's all hidden and doesn't take away from the looks of the vehicle itself. Now for a few measurements to better assist you in choosing any hitch-mounted accessory you may need, such as a ball mount, bike rack, or cargo carrier. We're looking about six inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the rearmost part of the back bumper and about 13 inches from the ground to the top of the two inch receiver opening. Now that we've gone over some features, we'll show you how to get the hitch installed on your Honda Odyssey. Now on each side of our vehicle, we'll have a mudflap behind the back tires. We'll need to begin our installation by removing these mudflaps. We look on the other side, we'll find fasteners that hold them in place.

Okay, we'll start by removing the three Philips screws that we have on our mudflap. You'll need a right angle screwdriver bit in order to get these out. Next we've found a 10 millimeter screw that we need to remove with a ratcheting wrench. Now the only difference on the passenger side is there's one less Philips screw to remove and once you have all the screws removed, you have to pull it off the fascia a little bit because there's a tab that holds it in place. Now we need to remove our driver's side appearance panel right here. We'll find three plastic pushpin fasteners that hold it in place as well as a 10 millimeter bolt up in this recessed area right here.

The way these work, you can pop out the center section with a flathead screwdriver or trim panel tool, then you can grab the whole thing and pull it on down. Now we'll grab the panel, pull it out, and set it aside. Now we need to remove the two plastic fasteners on the bottom of our fascia. Those fasteners work the exact same way as the other fasteners that we removed earlier. Now at the top edge of our fascia, where it meets the rear body of the vehicle, we'll find a Philips screw on each side. We'll remove these. Okay, with our hatch open on each corner of our fascia, below our taillight area, we'll find two five millimeter fasteners that we need to remove. These are alan key fasteners. Okay, now we can remove our fascia with an extra set of hands. Grab the corner of it here where it meets the body and start pulling it away. Then we'll come back, pull it away from the vehicle, and we'll set it aside where it won't get damaged. In some instances, you'll have a wiring harness back here for your parking assist sensors, but our vehicle's not equipped with those, so we don't have to worry about disconnecting that. Now, on each corner of our bumper beam, we'll find two 14 millimeter bolts. We need to remove these. We can let them stay in there, we're not going to be reusing those bolts. We'll flip it upside down once we have inaudible 00:05:50 to remove them. Okay now, before we remove all of our bolts, we'll have someone hold up one side of it and we'll remove the last bolt and take this beam off. Now this metal section right here, where it's tack-welded onto our frame rail, you may need to flatten this out a little bit with a hammer so your hitch will fit up better. And repeat the same process on the other side. Okay, now we'll take our flat washers and a piece of tape where our bumper beam was. We'll use these washers as a spacer and we'll tape them to our vehicle so they don't fall off. Put two pieces of tape on them to secure them better and do the same for all four locations, there's two on each side. Okay, we're on the driver's side of our vehicle, at the rear of our frame rail. We'll find a well nut towards the rear of it. We're going to do a spacer block underneath it and we'll tape it in position like we did those washers. We'll repeat the same process on the passenger side. Now we'll get our hardware ready to secure a hitch up in position on the bottom bolt where the large spacer plate is. Take one of our large bolts and our large conical tooth washer and the teeth will face up towards the hitch. Now we'll grab a second set of hands and raise our hitch in position and secure it with the bottom bolts. Okay, now we'll inaudible 00:07:34 down our hardware. Okay, now we'll get our hardware ready that'll hold our bumper beam onto our hitch and onto the vehicle. We'll use our smaller bolts with our smaller conical tooth washers. Again, the teeth will face towards the hitch and the bumper beam. We'll have four bolts, two per side. We'll get our hitch in place and our bumper beam in place using the socket on an extension in order to get our hardware started. Okay, with all of our hardware started on both sides, we can now tighten those down. Okay, now we'll torque all of our hardware to the amount specified in the instructions. Okay, we went ahead and marked off on our fascia the area that we need to trim out according to the instructions. This is so the recess of our hitch will be able to poke through. We put some masking tape around it to protect the painted edges and we sue a cutoff wheel here to make our cut. Now that our fascia's been trimmed, we have an extra set of hands again to raise it back up into position. Now with our fascia back on, we'll reinstall our hardware to hold it in place. Now we can reinstall all of our fasteners, our appearance panel in the driver's side, and both of our mudflaps that we're removed earlier. Okay, now that we have our fascia back on and all of our mudflaps and the panels back on, there's one final thing we need to do, which is trim out this area right here around our exhaust to give our fascia a little bit more room to play and it'll sit in nicer. Let's use a rotary tool again for that, or you can also use a utility knife with a sharp blade. That completes our look at and installation of the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Class III trailer hitch receiver, part number 76025, on this 2016 Honda Odyssey.


Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 76025

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (80 Customer Reviews)

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.

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The service was great. The hitch was delivered on time and in good condition. I was not overly impressed with the hitch itself however. I wanted a hidden cross tube but this one doesn't utilize 4 of the factory mount holes and it requires you to bend in part of the bumper cross tube with a hammer. Over all it looks good completed and says it's rated the same dispite not using the 4 factory mount holes. 660988



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2016 Honda Odyssey

Draw Tite hitch was excellent. Well made, nice finish, bolted up perfectly to the Odyssey. I was nervous about this install because of how detailed it was, but it went on in less than 2 hours working by myself. All the holes lined right up, and etrailer's installation video made the whole process simple. Could not be happier with the hitch. 389185



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I’ve had this hitch for a year now. Installation took some effort but the video was very helpful, and I was able to get it on without a hitch. It looks great and just like the factory installed one. My only complaint is that there is some rusting already around the joint on the outside. My van is parked inside a garage at all times. I do not use this hitch very often to make significant damages to the coating. I’ll have to put some black paint on it. 628335



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Great product, easily installed it myself on my 2015 Honda odyssey , I like that it’s more concealed and up higher for better ground clearance than other bumper hitches, looks professional from the factory on my van. I can now pull a trailer and haul my bicycles with a bike rack. They have a nice video on their website that helps you to install correctly . 666111



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2016 Honda Odyssey

Paint job was poor. It also had chucks of weld that weren't cleaned off before painting. I ended up having to sand certain areas of it and put on my own coat of paint before installing it. The installation instructions and video were great. 509595



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Great trailer hitch. Tough to install (by me, a complete novice), or I would give it 5 stars easy, but I got it installed finally works as advertised - inconspicuous, strong, no unexpected issues, hooked on a UHaul Trailer, bike rack. The install just takes patience and reviewing the online videos (critical), and getting a little help from a friend. I recommend this hitch to any and all, and particularly those adventurous enough to install it yourself - sense of accomplishment when you finish ! 637969



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2012 Honda Odyssey

This install looks more daunting than it really is. I am mechanically inclined, but have never been a fan of body work, so I was concerned about removing the rear fascia. No problem at all, snaps off/on like butter. Also, I like the way the cross bar is hidden, provides a really nice look. This really is a nice product. I have not yet had a chance to pull a trailer, but have used it with a cargo tray. No issues. 499922


Comments

This is a great product. We have had zero issues and I really like the look. It is a solid hitch and is just high enough that I havent bottomed out on any drivewaysentrances. I am extremely satisfied with both the product and the helpvideos on this site. I will purchase all my gear from etrailer.

Tommy - 04/27/2019

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2015 Honda Odyssey

I am greatly impressed with the product. It fits and looks great on my Honda Odyssey 2015. It is high quality and worth every penny! Installation was pretty simple overall. The only complications were as follows (See photo of bumper beam: The heads on the bolts that come with the hitch are larger than the Honda factory ones. This makes getting them through the access holes in the bumper beam (marked in red) difficult as the result of larger heads is needing a larger socket which does not fit through the aforementioned access holes. You will most likely need a "thin-walled socket" with a 6 inch extension to get those in. Additionally, if the bolts won't start and are cross threading, get a small socket on your extension (one that does not fit around the head of the bolts), take some double sided tape, and use it to stick the bolt to the socket. Now gently insert the bolt into the hole and begin to turn at a cautious pace. If it's not going in you'll now have room to adjust the bolts pitch/angle because of the smaller socket. Once you get the bolt threaded you can use a regular (thin-walled) socket to tighten to the appropriate torque (do not tighten any bolts until they are all started). Also if the bolts wont seem to thread check that the hitch mounting holes are positioned correctly. If they are off too much they will get in the way of your bolts. I shaved the corners (marked in yellow) on the bumper beam using an angle grinder about 1/8 inch to make the bumper cover fit better (took about 30 seconds to do all 6 corners). 660925



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Honda Odyssey

Bought this hitch for my new to me '13 Odyssey. Followed the video instructions for the '14 and everything went well with the install. etrailer customer support called me to let me know the wiring harness I ordered was out of stock and gave me the option of choosing another that was in stock. This helped me as I needed the hitch and wiring harness installed in time for a road trip. I was a little worried about needing to cut into the bumper cover, but even the OEM Honda hitch requires that. I like the look of having just the hitch receiver visible. 538541



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2014 Honda Odyssey

I chose this hitch based on the looks and am glad I did. The installation was relatively simple following the video on here, which I found to be much simpler to follow than the included instructions and it included some helpful tips. I was able to do the install in my driveway by myself without lifting the vehicle. I didn't encounter any problems and it only took a couple of hours. The hitch appears to be of top quality and was nicely packaged. 410780



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2016 Honda Odyssey

The trailer hitch took about three hours to install with the removal and reinstallation of the bumper. I had never done this type of installation before. The final appearance of the installation hitch is superior to the ones that hang below the bumper and even the OEM. I did use the OEM wiring harness from Honda with was installed with zip ties and a bracket from etrailer. An improvement to this hitch would be a way to directly attach the OEM wire harness. Make sure you have a torque wrench to properly torque the bolts. Inexpensive torque wrench worked great. I would highly recommend this hitch. 544881



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2012 Honda Odyssey

Hitch was not a perfect fit for my 2012 Odyssey. The shims supplied with the hitch were too wide and interfered with weld seams requiring modification to fit correctly. Once installed, hitch is tucked up nicely under bumper. Looks as good as OEM. 402594


Comments

Still very pleased with the product after 1 year. I did add a simple preventive measure to keep the tail gate from getting scratched if accidentally opened when the the carrier is in the upright position. A piece of pipe insulation and a nylon tie strategically placed.

Scott - 07/07/2018

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-- Rachael H - 7/9/2018


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2016 Honda Odyssey

This hitch is working out great on my Odyssey. I'm glad I went with this model which has the main bar hidden under the bumper fascia. It really keeps the nice look of the rear of the Odyssey. The installation video here was great and everything went pretty smoothly. Taking off the bumper and mudflaps was a little extra work, but it went just as it did in the video. Price is great and quality looks top notch to me. Just make sure you have the 6" socket extension and right-angle screwdriver. 355894


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I am still 100 satisfied with this hitch on my van. Works and looks great. Cheers.

Rob C - 03/19/2018

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2011 Honda Odyssey

I don’t typically work on my cars, but thought I would try after watching one of the install videos. Great product & not a bad DIY project! 513076



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Nice product and excellent video directions. I followed along using the video to help me as I haven't done anything to cars besides change headlamps and tires and jump start. Thankfully all the materials were included in my box; it was a bit banged up as per other reviewers but with how heavy the piece is that is sort of expected. I had to purchase a torque wrench and socket extender; the directions say 6" (socket extender) but the auto parts store was out of that length so I got a 10" and it gave me just enough (!) clearance from the ground to work just fine. **One reviewer mentioned on the right side of his car next to the exhaust that the threaded hole was corroded. I found this to be true on my 3-4 year old van as well.** Because of the rust and corrosion, I was initially unable to insert the threaded bolt. I ended up running to the hardware store to get a thread tap. That and a new bolt thankfully (!) fixed the problem. As an aside, it was definitely more worn and corroded on that side of the vehicle than the left, perhaps a function of the exhaust and heat. A rotary tool is certainly the way to go when cutting off the fascia, although I had to get creative since my car wasn't on a lift as opposed to the video's car! I like the clean look and plan on attaching a bike rack to it. 611436



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2013 Honda Odyssey

Hi, I was able to get this hitch installed on my wife's Odyssey without too much trouble And it works great with our Thule T2. I've been telling all my friends that etrailer is excellent. I just realized that when my wife goes out of town with the kids it will be a great time for me to do some mountain biking but she will be driving the Odyssey with the hitch. I guess I need to order another hitch for my Honda Accord. Got any discount codes you could send me? 519516



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2014 Honda Odyssey

There was one small hitch (pardon the pun) with my order, there was no hardware in the box with the hitch. A call to etrailer got replacement hardware sent my way. Installing the hitch was not difficult, just more involved than the ones that have the crossbar hanging below the bumper. The install video is excellent, I followed it almost exactly. Honda made this vehicle easy to take apart, and the hitch fit very well. I had a helper (age 7) to manage a few of the times where I needed to hold the hitch or bumper beam and get bolts started. Cutting the bumper was no big deal, I marked it with tape and cut it with a Dremel. The end result looks really good, much cleaner than other below-the-bumper models, I'm very pleased. 409889


Comments

Ive used this hitch a couple of times, just to transport bikes on a hanging bike rack. The hitch works great, and its very unobtrusive when were not using it. During the install, I guess I didnt hammer the brackets that support the foam flat enough, because there are very slight bumps in the bumper cover. Barely noticeable. Overall, Im very pleased with the hitch, the install, etrailers videos and customer service.

Paul A - 07/26/2018

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2014 Honda Odyssey

The Good: The hitch seems solidly built. I like that it doesn't have the visible crossbar - that is a much better looking design. It was a good price and was easy to order (and know that it would fit). The installation was (mostly) straightforward. The Bad: The hitch arrived pretty scratched up on top of the visible part. Also, I had seen on some reviews where people recommended chasing the threads with a tap before bolting the hitch on. My tap set didn't have an M12 with the right pitch and the installation instructions didn't mention anything about that, so instead of taking the half hour to run to the store for a new tap, I decided to just horse it in with a breaker bar, the van's only four years old, what could go wrong? Big mistake. The bolt was going in but going kind of hard when the head twisted off. So I spent the rest of the day and the next handful of evenings trying to remove the broken bolt - grinding the sides flat, using all kinds of pliers, wrenches, pipe wrenches, extractor tools, heat, improvised tools, etc. I finally ended up drilling it out at the risk of ruining the threads on the van, but I managed to keep them intact. But the whole process took lots of time, stress, and trips to the hardware store. So in summary, maybe a mention of chasing the threads in the installation instructions would be a good idea. And I am kind of bummed that my nice new hitch (chosen in big part for its looks) on my nice van is scratched up on the visible part and is most likely going to start rusting right out of the gate. Otherwise it is a great hitch. 564711



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Great package at a really good price. This is a two person job as the instructions and video say. So 80 minutes was more like 4 hours for me working alone. If you are like me and don’t like the “leave the wiring inside” mentality. There is a pop-out that will allow you to run the wiring outside without having to cut any cables. Also do a field fit before cutting the fender. I measured the bumper thinking the tabs were centered. They are not. Have someone hold it up for you and mark he edges then drop it down and cut the 3” depth. 647165



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I could not be happier. A picture is worth 1000 words. This hitch looks better than the factory installed ones. Katie D. from etrailer was extremely knowledgeable and gave sound advice so that the job turned out perfect! You will need to have advanced skills to install this hitch. I recommend that the install is performed by a professional installation center. 435071



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2015 Honda Odyssey

The instructions and videos were great. I put on the hidden hitch. Everything went nicely EXCEPT .... the bolts should be improved .... So that they will start easily........ I wasted more time trying to start the large bolts..... I do not have a lift so I had to get right under the car where the bolt goes. I could not just reach in and thread the bolt in.. Please improve the bolt starting ability.. Other than the bolt starting, the wife and I enjoyed putting on the trailer hitch.. It just went smoothly ... 418965


Comments

After one year hitch still working properly and with the electric hookup, I have working lights on the trailer everytime.

Ernie H - 08/11/2018

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2015 Ford Flex

OK...let me first state I'm very happy with the final result! Installing this hitch was battle but that wasn't the hitches fault. I reviewed the video to get the general idea of what I was doing and dove right in. The facia and rear bumper came off as expected. I had some trouble getting the electrical plugs off but managed without breaking anything (I have the sensors in the rear facia). Everything was prepped and ready and that's where the trouble started. First, I noticed that since the right rear side has no under-body plastic shield (that's where the exhaust is...duh), Honda, or someone, had sprayed a bunch of this rubber coating...like that Flex Seal stuff. I'd assume to give the frame some extra corrosion protection since it is exposed to the elements. As such, I had to cut away a chunk of the stuff to allow the large spacer block to sit properly in between the frame and the hitch. That was minor and I expected that sort of deviation but the next part was killer. I started to thread the larger bolt on the right side (read in one of the reviews to do this to make sure it could thread before trying to install everything...glad I did) only to notice that, no matter what I did, it wouldn't go in. Upon inspection, I noticed the hole and threads were completely corroded with rust. It took the next 2 hours, a small can of WD-40, and an electric impact driver to get it sorted out. More than once I thought I was in over my head and thought I should take it to a professional. What I wish is that Honda would put a plug in those holes on the right side that are unprotected. It would cost the company may be less than a penny and maybe 2-3 seconds on the production line to protect those holes. Then someone like me would be very thankful that Honda was thinking ahead and sing praises of the company for being awesome. BUT that was not to be! In any case, with the help of a friend, I got the hitch/bumper installed, torqued to the correct specifications, and the facia back in place. It looks sharp and I am very pleased with the results. I love the clean look! I decided to run the wiring harness through the hole just left of center. The gromet there is made of rubber and it was very easy. I did have to cut and splice the 4-conductor wire which is a no-no according to the instructions but I don’t care. The thought of seeing the harness come out of the bottom of the door seems really ghetto to me and what I did looks more professional. T-One should really make that an option somehow. If you want to run the harness the way I did, do it after removing everything but before installing the hitch. It was easier to fish the wires. Good luck and have fun! Cutting the facia was nerve-racking but not bad so don't let that scare you off. My only critic was the condition of the box when it arrived. The box looked like it had been run over by a Sherman tank! A huge hole was ripped in the top as if someone was trying to get at something inside (everything I ordered was there…whew). The powder coating on the hitch was damage in a spot or two but that was very minor. 519924



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2014 Honda Odyssey

Bought this for my 2014 Honda Odyssey EX. Even with all the right tools, it took my dad and I a whole afternoon to install, but the hidden profile and added height is really preferable to an unattractive tube-style model that would hang lower. It was challenging to align all major bolt holes for proper torquing (you need proper torque-sensitive equipment). Be sure to make conservative measurements on the rear fascia to avoid over-cutting for the exhaust pipe and hitch (recommend an oscillating multi-tool or dremmel). Above all, watch the E-Trailer video a few times and print it off for added instructions - they were pretty spot on. There are a few lasting indentations in the rear bumper, but we did the best we could to avoid that. I have been very pleased with the purchase. Side note - I also purchased Timbren Throd 2 rear suspension enhancement from ETrailer to assist for my towing needs long term, which I had to have professionally installed. 589648



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2012 Honda Odyssey

Fit like a glove. I picked this one for a more hidden/factory finish look. I also wanted the higher clearance. Video from etrailer was perfect and provided every step needed. The only issue I had was with the spacers. There was something that kept me from using the predrilled holes. I had to enlarge them so the spacer would be flush with the frame. 433499



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2016 Honda Odyssey

I was looking for a trailer hitch that was very subtle in appearance. I did not want to lose the lines of the mini van and have it look like a truck. It was important to me to have a hitch that the cross bar was hidden and the only thing you would see was the receiver tube. This hitch accomplished that. The installation was more difficult than a typical hitch installation. The instructions were very detailed and accurate. The only issue that I had was a small problem with interference on the beam that was not a hitch problem but a Honda problem. I was able to correct the problem fairly easily and the final product looks very good. The price of the hitch was also great and I spent $500-$600 less than if i would have purchased the hitch and had it installed through a dealer. 319467



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2012 Honda Odyssey

Really like this hitch due to its mounting position which puts the receiver higher and further back. Now our bike rack doesn't hit the bumper when folded up and the utility trailer doesn't scrape the ground when coming up the driveway. Mounting this hitch is more work but its worth it. Some advice for the install: Count the hardware. Our box a few holes in it, I assume from shipping, and we were missing two bolts. A quick trip to the hardware store fixed this. Also, make sure you chase the threads of the frame mounting points well. I thought I had cleaned them out well but ended up snapping a bolt which led to drilling it out and tapping new threads. My fault for using brawn over brains. Even with the self induced mounting issues I'm still glad I went with this model as it solved several problems with the hitch on our previous van. 515268



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I bought this hitch so we could use a bike rake instead of loading our bikes in the van. I installed myself using the installation video on their website. The hitch fit perfectly and was very easy to install. The video was awesome! Very thorough! Love the way it looks on the van! 439811


Comments

Use our hitch all the time and it is still solid and looks like new. Great product!

Bill H - 10/07/2018

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2013 Honda Odyssey

This hitch was fairly easy to install except one of the spacers that came in the kit was not the right size. It was a fairly easy fix. After a year of owning the hitch I have no issues with the function, it works great every time. I have already started to notice some rust/discoloration on the receiver so if you want it to last you might want to look into a receiver cover etc. I will update if it gets any worse. 492687


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Due to the fact that a hitch is mounted under the vehicle, its continually exposed to rocks and other road debris that can be kicked up into it and chip the finish. Once the finish is removed, and once exposed to the elements especially road salt and other chemicals put on the roadways to melt ice corrosion is unavoidable. Since most folks that tow do so in the summer months, its a good idea to give your hitch a quick visual inspection at the beginning and the end of each towing season. Remove any rust with some light sanding and apply a coat of quality rust preventative spray paint.

-- Mike L - 04/06/2018

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2011 Honda Odyssey

I did it! 2011 Odyssey touring elite. And I'm in my sixties! First, watch videos to be sure you can do it. I've built things all my life, however I had to install this hitch totally by myself. Videos were great . First removing bumper really was easy after getting clips and 10mm nuts loose. Had to remove .additional connectors for backup and lane departure. Bent bumper tips about a 1/8 inch in were shown in video. Did not bang them in as far as paper instructions suggest. . Loosen top bolts about a half inch and remove bottom ones. Then lift bumper up this will allow bumper to come off, this is shown in video for 2014, but mine is a 2011 and it works also. then if yours is as old as mine, use wire brush to clean nuts holes for bottom support. Took muffler off hanger and it allowed me enough room to use racthet..Tape washers to car as suggested in instructions. Back to hitch, lift it and install new bolts in top holes only. First on passenger side, then other side. Just in deep enough to hold hitch.Install hitch bolts under car, I did driver side first, made it easier working around muffler. Now place bumper on top bolts, this will allow you to install lower bolts and washers. Now remove top bolts add washers and reinstall. I used inside bumper cover guides I think there 5 inches a part, found center. I traced diagram of cutout on outside of cover, then used utility knife ( new blade ) to cut. like butter. muffler cutout was easy from inside. Reinstalled bumper, don't forget to connect connectors, both sides on my van. Followed steps in video and was done. No extra parts and it took me only about 4 hous to complete. Looks factory, and I did it at my own pace. Great product and company, they had it to me in 4 days, lost tracking service and support center verifed it was on its way . Then they called the day it was to arrive, just to be sure it had. Wow, great customer support. Highly reccommend etrailer. Now for the wiring I found a plug in the van that I plan to use for wiring (picture shown). then towing a small bowrider for the grandkids, and me. 683639



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2011 Honda Odyssey

Straight forward installation. The installation video was informative. I had to add to the spacer about a 1/4”. Fit the van as advertised. 673839



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Honda Odyssey

Really nice looking on my Honda Odyssey. This hitch looks so much better than the fully visible one. Hides nicely under the bumper. Had to have it installed by my local shop, because I feared removing the bumper and some moldings myself. Looks great. 671512



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Install a little complicated but not that hard. Install video was very helpful. Best looking hitch when installed. Happy with the purchase. 663156



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Overall after a year and several long trips using the hitch for a bike rack and a small camper it has held up great. Installation instructions and videos were helpful. The videos of installing it on a new car make it look a lot easier than installing it in one that is 7 years old. The only issue was with mounting using the supplied bolts. After removing the old hardware and bolts the new ones would not do in easily. The video suggests using a pipe cleaner to remove built up rust in the existing frame, but a pipe cleaner is not going to cut it. You really need a metric tap and die set to clean out the rust and basically re-tap the mount location if the bolts bind up. 658758



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2013 Honda Odyssey

I installed this on a 2013 Honda Odyssey Touring model for use with a hitch-mounted bike rack. I chose this model because I wanted to maximize ground clearance. I used the video for the 2012 model as my guide. I pretty much ignored the instructions that came in the box (other than the torque specs for the bolts). The video was dead on as far as the details for the install. I was apprehensive about trying this on my own due to the 10/10 difficulty rating and having to make permanent changes to the vehicle, but it was actually pretty easy. I did the install by myself and it took me about 4 hours, but I was taking my time and didn't have all my tools ready to go. Now that I've done it, I could probably install another in about an hour. A few notes: - You don't need to jack the car up or have a lift to have enough clearance to do this install. It would be nice, but not necessary at all. - When the time comes to bolt the hitch and bumper to the car, I found it MUCH easier to use jack stands to position the hitch and then lift the bumper (which is fairly light) into place. If you follow the video, they lift the hitch and bumper together which is pretty freaking heavy and awkward. - A right-angle screwdriver was nice to have for this. - I picked up a 3/8" drive torque wrench from a discount freight tool store for $19.99 and it worked fine. - Probably the most time consuming part was cutting the foam bumper spacer thing. I wasn't sure how much to cut off and I spent a while cutting and fitting and cutting and fitting. 654418



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2012 Honda Odyssey

Trailer hitch fits nicely on my 2012 Honda Odyssey. The online video was very clear and made the installation very easy. Shipping was fast, communication was great. Thank you! 638925



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2016 Honda Odyssey

The video was really helpful for the install! Thanks! 635493



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I like the hidden styling of this hitch as it is very similar to OEM one. The paint job on it isn't very good and getting a few rust spots after just a year. Installation was relatively easy but concerned me a bit around hammering in the bumper to make it fit (suggested in instructions). Overall I am very happy with this model and would purchase it again. 629466



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The hitch fit perfect and was easy to i nstall. 629245



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2011 Honda Odyssey

Accurate and fast delivery. Easy to use the website to get a match to vehicle. Will be using this hitch on a 2011 Honda Odyssey for light duty towing. Product arrived complete with the necessary parts and instructions. Only issue was wrapping coming off the end of the receiver. Minor surface damage but nothing that a receiver cover won't deal with. Installation next week - feeling confident. 615889



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Had a great experience!! Great customer service and installation went very smooth 596557



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Honda Odyssey

Did my own install. Fit was not perfect and, even with pounding the three points down under the bumper facia, it was still obvious that the fit wasn’t perfect. In general, the look was better than the exposed round or square tubes that were the only Odyssey choices in the past. The hitch manufacturing needs some fine tuning to the finished product. We have owned six Odyssey vans from 1995-2013 models and all have had after market hitches. Wiring was simple and worked well. 592769



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2016 Honda Odyssey

Arrived quickly all required parts intact perfect fit for my 2016 Odyssey very pleased. Instructions were easy to follow and the vehicle specific video was fantastic 585788



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I cannot think of one reason that a person would buy a different hitch. This one is better than the factory hitch (at much higher price) This one has very limited exposed metal to show ugly rust and get caught on stuff. It is hardly noticeable. I waited and waited to find a factory alternative that did not hang down to look ugly with rust. This one was a shocking surprise being a perfect design. I installed myself and it does take some mechanical skill but it is worth it, That being you have tools and know how to use them. Perfect choice to buy. 582870



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Im very pleased with this hitch. The longer install time was well worth it for slightly more clearance and a more concealed hitch. 579638



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Hitch arrived fast and installed easily with the detailed instructions. 563169



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2011 Honda Odyssey

Excellent product, clearly well constructed. This particular style of hitch mount is much more attractive because it is so well hidden compared to below-bumper options. The necessary modifications for install on a Honda Odyssey were simple and straightforward. My Odyssey had been rear-ended before, which added some complications to the bolt hole tolerances. Fortunately, this hitch receiver has slotted holes that account for such deviations. Overall a great product with simple instructions. The etrailer YouTube videos are a must watch resource prior to installation. 561778



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Great product with very helpful video for installation. 557793



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2016 Honda Odyssey

This hitch model is a steal to begin with. Half the price plus free shipping compared to OEM, can't beat that. I was initially hesitant on buying this and do the installation myself. I was so intimidated by the fact that I have to cut portion of the rear bumper fascia. But after watching the video a couple of times on how to install this on a 2016 Honda Odyssey, I started to build my confidence and finally decided to order one for our minivan. No regrets, really easy to install, just follow the installation video step by step and you can't go wrong. I have to hammer the bumper square buffers though to remove the dimples. Maybe if I didn't use the washers (4 total) for the bumper bolts, I may not need to bend the squares anymore since the dimples was caused by the bumper being pushed out by at least 3/16 of an inch when the hitch vertical steel plate was added between the bumper and the chassis. It took me about 2 hours on installation, could be faster if without mud guards. 555930



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2016 Honda Odyssey

The hidden hitch that I purchased form E trailer is a genuinely great product. I took me a few times to install it correctly because I didn't follow the instructions properly, but once I realized what I was doing and actually put my car on a lift, I was able to install it much easier and properly on my 2016 Odyssey. The video helps a lot on the installation but didn't go over everything that needed to happen. (it was a good guideline) Even though U-Haul doesn't recommend this product (because they aren't installing it) I have hooked up a 6x12 trailer 3 times with it in the past year without any issues. And the great thing about it is all you can see is the portion the hitch slides into. Garren 551983



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2017 Honda Odyssey

Looks good but not the easiest installation. 1) Instructions were vague on describing the changes necessary to the bumper. You should try to reduce the sides and top of the 3 metal brackets so it installs. 2) Instructions were incorrect on the size of sockets needed. A 10, 14mm, 17mm, 18mm were needed. 3) The bolts for the bumper were larger head from stock (17mm compare to 14mm) Some of the holes in the factor bumper were too small to fit a thin walled socket for a 17mm. To fix this I had to dremel 2 of the holes to make this work. 4) Holes did line up and otherwise the instructions were good with the video as supplemental. 5) For the trailer hitch wiring kit the leads were short and I had to make extra changes as I have a vacuum in the rear area that takes up the space. If this wiring was about 3 inches longer like the base Honda harness I could have routed it like Honda instructions for their harness which would have been above the vacuum. To make it work I had to modify the vacuum area to make room for the controller so it would route between the vacuum hose and the vacuum power unit. 550263


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  • Comparing OEM and Aftermarket Trailer Hitches for 2014 Honda Odyssey
  • Draw-Tite 2-inch Class III hitch # 76025 and the other hitch options shown on the linked page are all confirmed to fit your 2014 Honda Odyssey. I do want to point out that installation of this particular hitch will be more involved than for the similar model # 75270. This other 2-inch model will take less time to install, costs less and actually has a higher weight capacity rating. I would highly recommend this model instead of part # 76025. The linked install video shows this item on a...
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  • Will Changing Hitch on 2013 Honda Odyssey Help With Ground Clearance
  • The Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 76025, that fits the 2013 Honda Odyssey will give you more clearance than the Draw-Tite # 75270 hitch. The # 76025 hitch sits higher up under the bumper which will give you more ground clearance. In our installation video, that I have attached for you to review, the Draw-Tite hitch # 76025 shows having a 13-1/2 inch distance from the top of the receiver to the ground. This hitch would give you an extra inch of clearance over the current model...
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  • Recommendation for Mounting Trailer Wiring 4-Way to 2016 Honda Odyssey
  • The easiest way to install a 4-way bracket to the Draw Tite hitch part # 76025 that you referenced is the 4-Flat Mounting Bracket part # 118149 which uses zip ties to secure to the hitch tube. Since you don't want to drill into the crosstube of the hitch if you wanted to use a drill bracket like the # BK4F you certainly could but it would need to attach to the lower rear bumper area. For trailer wiring for your 2016 Honda Odyssey I recommend the # 118521 as it installs very easily and...
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  • Comparing Curt and Draw-Tite Trailer Hitches for a 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • Curt decided not to design hitch # C13068 to account for those welded on pieces you referenced in order to maximize the size of the side hitch brackets. As to why they chose to go with a 5 bolt design I can't say. The Draw-Tite hitch # 75270 sounds like it is what you would like more since it accounts for those welded on pieces and attaches in 6 places. If it were me I would go with Draw-Tite hitch # 76025 for the 2015 Honda Odyssey because with it only the receiver is visible. Installation...
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  • Trailer Hitch Interference with Backup Sensors on 2012 Honda Odyssey Touring
  • Draw-Tite 2-inch hitch # 76025 is a confirmed fit on your 2012 Honda Odyssey. This and the other 2-inch hitch options for the car are shown on the linked page. The hitch I suggest over the one you referenced is the Draw-Tite # 75270. This offers a lower price, higher weight capacity and a substantially easier installation. It's cross tube will be visible under the rear bumper, but if that cosmetic difference is not critical, go for the # 75270 for the easier install. A video is linked for...
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  • Will Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE 4 Bike Platform Rack Fit on 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • The Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE, part # HR1400Z, fits on your 2015 Honda Odyssey once you install the 2 inch trailer hitch. With that being said it may not be the best choice because when we tested it there wasn't room to open rear hatch because of the bike's handle bars. Even with the rack tilted. If you're not worried about this then the Sport Rider SE is a great choice for you. If that is important to you then I recommend the Saris Freedom, part # SA4414B. I've linked a video...
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  • Towing Capacity of Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 76025 With 2014 Honda Odyssey
  • You can tow a trailer with your 2014 Honda Odyssey and Draw-Tite hitch # 76025, but the total loaded trailer capacity of your Odyssey is something that depends on variables that you will need to take a look at in your owner's manual. For example, the most a loaded trailer could weigh is 3,350 lbs if your Odyssey has a transmission cooler such as # D13503, and is loaded with three 150 lb occupants that each have 15 lbs of cargo. Along with the aforementioned transmission cooler you also...
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  • Weight of Every Trailer Hitch That Fits 2011 Honda Odyssey
  • There are five different hitches that fit a 2011 Honda Odyssey, and I will give you the weights of each. Curt # C12031: 41 lbs Curt # C13068: 44 lbs Draw-Tite # 75270: 44 lbs Draw-Tite # 76025: 42 lbs Draw-Tite # 36417: 38 lbs
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  • Brake Controller, Hitch and Ball Mount Recommendation for 2017 Honda Odyssey
  • For your 2017 Honda Odyssey the Draw Tite hitch part # 76025 is a great option to tow with. It has a concealed crosstube too so that it's not overly visible. You will need to start with a 4-way (if you do not have one). For that you would want the # 118521. From there you would need to convert the 4-way to a 7-way so that you can install the brake controller. For that you will want the Brake Controller Install Kit and 7-Way Adapter part # ETBC7. I attached installation instructions...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for 2014 Honda Odyssey
  • All of the hitches for your 2014 Honda Odyssey will require some minor rear fascia trimming to install. My favorite hitch to recommend though is the Draw Tite part # 76025 as it only has the hitch tube that hangs below the rear bumper. This makes it quite a bit less visible than the other available hitches. The install is pretty basic for a mechanic which means that any local mechanic to you would have no problem installing it. I attached an install video for you to check out as well. For...
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  • Is Bumper Beam Modification Needed to Install Draw Tite Hitch part # 76025
  • I attached a picture that shows the modification needed to the bumper beam bracket. Exhaust lowering is not needed to install the hitch either. You will need to use the washers like what is shown for the install of the # 76025 on a 2016 Honda Odyssey like what is attached below.
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  • Hitch and Wiring Harness Installation in 2016 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite
  • All of the hitches offered for the 2016 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite, shown on the linked page, will install as close to the bottom of the bumper cover as possible. The Odyssey and similar vehicles like the Toyota Sienna have a low-slung rear end without a lot of extra clearance so all hitches designed for this vehicle need to have a fairly snug fit under the bumper. Among the 2-inch options, there are hitches that have different installation processes. Draw-Tite # 75270 may require some...
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  • Which Install Video is the Best to Follow when Installing Trailer Hitch 76025 on 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • On the 2014 Honda Odyssey our installer has seen some cases where those center structural squares, for lack of a better term, can push out on the fascia some so he bent in the corners a little. What I recommend is to follow the written instructions. Once you have the fascia snapped into place (but before tightening all the hardware) you will be able to tell if you need to follow the video and bend in those squares. If it were me this is what I would do.
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  • Is the Install of the Draw Tite Hitch 76025 the Same Between 2012 and 2014 Honda Odysseys
  • The Draw Tite hitch part # 76025 that you referenced is a confirmed fit for your 2012 Honda Odyssey. It would install exactly the same as the video that shows the hitch installed on a 2014 Honda Odyssey. I checked the install instructions and there aren't any special steps between the two different years. 2012 and 2014 Odysseys are the same generation and the frame area where the hitch installs is the same between the two. I attached a link to the video you mentioned as well.
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch Receiver Installation for 2011 Honda Odyssey
  • We do not have any endorsed providers of installations outside of our own installation group here in Saint Louis. We do attempt to make clear video installations to help the do-it-yourself installers, but many people still choose to take it to a mechanic for installation. Any mechanic shop will be able to do this installation and the time estimate is given to assist you as the purchaser. For your 2011 Honda Odyssey, the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class...
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  • Recommended Ball Mount With Rise for 2015 Odyssey with Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch
  • Just to make sure we are accurate on the actual rise you may need, lets cover some basics. With the tow vehicle parked on level ground, measure from the ground to the top of your hitch receiver opening. Then, with the trailer level, measure from the ground to the bottom of the coupler. The difference between these hights will determine how much you will actually need. I have a diagram attached to this article showing how this process is done. I also have a video linked showing hitch...
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  • Install Video and Instructions for Draw Tite Hitch 76025
  • I attached a link to the install video for the Draw Tite hitch part # 76025 as well as a link to the install instructions for you to check out as well.
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  • Rear Bumper Clearance for the Draw-Tite # 76025 on a 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Thank you for all of the information and the pictures! I am not sure what year Routan you had but when we installed the Draw-Tite # 75579 (which replaced the 87451) on a 2009 Volkswagen Routan from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper measured 5". On a 2010 it measured 4-3/4", on a 2011 it measured 5", and on a 2012 it measured 5-1/2". When we installed the Draw-Tite # 76025 on a similar 2012 Honda Odyssey to what you have that same measurement was...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch And Wiring Harness For 2016 Honda Odyssey
  • For your 2016 Odyssey I recommend the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch part # 76025. This is a Class lll hitch and it has a 2 inch receiver opening. The newer design of this hitch helps make this hitch one of the more concealed hitches on the market. If you plan on doing some towing you might be interested in etrailer ball mount kit # 989900. It comes with 2 ball mounts; one with a 3/4 inch rise or 2 inch drop and one with a 2-3/4 inch rise or 4 inch drop. It also includes a 1-7/8...
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  • Is Torque Wrench Needed When Installing Draw Tite Hitch # 76025
  • You really need to use a torque wrench when installing a trailer hitch like the Draw Tite part # 76025. We have some you could order with the hitch like with part number # ALL944001 or local auto parts stores will often times let you borrow them as well. There's no other safe way to determine the correct amount of torque needed.
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  • Which Trailer Hitch For a 2014 Honda Odyssey Offers the Best Ground Clearance
  • The trailer hitch for your 2014 Honda Odyssey that offers the best ground clearance is the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 76025. This trailer hitch will offer 1/2" - 1" more than the other options and it is also the only one that has a hidden cross tube which makes for a clean look therefore this is what I recommend. I have attached both an install photo and video for you. If you will be using the hitch for a bike rack, be sure to choose one that has a raised shank...
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  • Ground Clearance with Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch on 2014 Honda Odyssey
  • The measurement from the ground to the top of the hitch receiver on the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch # 76025 for your 2014 Honda Odyssey is 13-1/2 inches. This is a great Class III trailer hitch with a gross trailer weight capacity of 3,500 pounds and a tongue weight capacity of 525 pounds. You will want to also check the weight capacities as listed in your vehicle's owner's manual as this will most likely be the limiting factor. I have included the installation video and written instructions...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch for 2015 Honda Odyssey for Towing Jet Ski Trailer
  • The Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # 76025 that you referenced is a great option for your 2015 Honda Odyssey and I like it for the same reason you do. This particular hitch does indeed have a hidden crosstube design so only the 2 inch receiver is visible, allowing for a really clean look behind the Odyssey (see attached image). This is a Class III hitch and it has a towing weight capacity of 3,500 pounds. I have included an installation video that you can use for reference....
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  • Recommended 7-Way Wiring Connector Mount for 2017 Honda Odyssey with Hidden Receiver Crossbar
  • The Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # 76025 does have a nice clean look on the 2017 Honda Odyssey. To add the 7-way connector, I recommend using the Curt Easy Mount Bracket for 4- or 5-Way Flat and 6- or 7-Way Trailer Connectors - 2" Hitch # C58000. This will allow you to access the hitch pin and safety chain loops while still giving you a clean mount for your 7-way.
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  • Recommended Mounting a 7-Way Trailer Connector on Hitch with Hidden Crossbar
  • Since the Draw-Tite (hidden hitch) # 76025 crossbar on your 2014 Honda Odyssey is not accessible you can either mount the bracket directly to the fascia or use another style bracket. I recommend using the Curt Easy Mount Bracket for 4- or 5-Way Flat and 6- or 7-Way Trailer Connectors - 2" Hitch # C58000 which mounts to the receiver tube collar. This will allow you to mount the 7-way of your # ETBC7 kit.
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  • Installing Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch # 76025 on 2017 Honda Odyssey with Lift Gate Sensor
  • The Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # 76025 referenced in your question is confirmed to fit your 2017 Honda Odyssey. It features a sleek, hidden crosstube design, but this feature does require more of an in-depth installation when compared to the other options available. Because the custom-fit hitch will use existing holes in the vehicle's frame, no drilling will be required. The underbody panels/fascia will need to be temporarily loosened or removed and the process does require...
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  • Class III Trailer Hitch Recommendation for 2014 Honda Odyssey for Best Ground Clearance
  • For ground clearance the Draw Tite part # 76025 is going to be the best option for your 2014 Honda Odyssey. Reason being that it only has the hitch tube hang down whereas the other hitches have crosstubes and mounting brackets that hang down as well. That means more opportunity to drag, especially on angles like turning into a driveway with an incline. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Hitch and 4 Bike Rack Recomendation for 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • To carry a 3-4 bike rack with your 2015 Honda Odyssey you'll need a 2 inch trailer hitch like the Draw Tite Class III part # 76025 which is a confirmed fit. I really like this hitch as it has a concealed crosstube which means you'll only see the hitch opening down below the bumper of the hitch. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out as well. This will allow the Reese Eclipse 4 Bike Rack part # 63124 to fit and work well. For a similarly priced bike rack to this...
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