It simply plugs in. There is another thread on how to do it - but you will find the instructions to be more than adequate. Should take you about 20-40 minutes total.jturcott said:Does anyone know if the wiring harness simply plugs in the rear somewhere or does it need to be professionally installed? Thanks a lot
If all you want is to haul bikes, all you need is the bare-bones hitch. The best deal around is probably still the Hidden-Hitch from etrailer.com.ottopilot said:I would be interested (this time I will keep awake and visit the board more often than once a week)
I just need to haul bikes, so what would I need at a bare minimum for a rear trailer hitch mount for any bike carrier?
Kemo, you would never make it in the Navy!!!kemosabe said:And if all you want is to haul ass, all you need is the Propeller Hitch Plug.
That's why I was in the Air Force!!! :4:colorider said:
Kemo, you would never make it in the Navy!!!
NO!! This is a screw... (hey, what kind of image were you "expecting" anyway??? )colorider said:
That is a SCREW - not a propeller!!! :twak: :2:
(I wonder what kind of picture I will get back on this one!!! )