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Old 06-30-2018, 12:35 AM   #1
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Hitch install on a Voltage

Has anyone installed a hitch on the back of their Voltage? I'm looking to add a ATV hitch carrier so I can tale my daughter's Polaris Outlaw 90 when I have my Maverick Max in the garage. I'm curious how a guy would go about getting this done. I talked to the dealer and they won't do it there.

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Has anyone installed a hitch on the back of their Voltage? I'm looking to add a ATV hitch carrier so I can tale my daughter's Polaris Outlaw 90 when I have my Maverick Max in the garage. I'm curious how a guy would go about getting this done. I talked to the dealer and they won't do it there.

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I installed a Curt adjustable on mine. Bolted right to the frame rails and works great. We mainly use it for a bike rack, but it is rated for a trailer and is a 2" receiver.

It is a Curt 13703 in case this link does not work: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Only thing I had to do was to move the license plate to the side slightly.

I thought I had a few pics of it installed, but can't find them. Looks factory and only had to drill the mounting holes. But again bolted right up the frame.
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I installed a Curt adjustable on mine. Bolted right to the frame rails and works great. We mainly use it for a bike rack, but it is rated for a trailer and is a 2" receiver.

It is a Curt 13703 in case this link does not work: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Only thing I had to do was to move the license plate to the side slightly.

I thought I had a few pics of it installed, but can't find them. Looks factory and only had to drill the mounting holes. But again bolted right up the frame.
Thank you donzinger! That would be great if you could post some pictures but if you can't. Can you describe any thing that I should look for to make sure this hitch would work please?

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Thank you donzinger! That would be great if you could post some pictures but if you can't. Can you describe any thing that I should look for to make sure this hitch would work please?

Eric
Eric,

Best I can do for pics right as I can bend down due to back surgery. But if your frame is like the rest of us with a Lippert built Voltage frame it will bolt right into the inside of the I beam frame with no issues

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