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So my truck didn't have a tow package, not even a receiver.. so I bought a curt receiver, and a Reese light connector for trailer lights,. However, the connector is too long to put in a logical location, I.e. at the edge of the plastic before the steel part of the bumper. If I place the connector there, it runs into the receiver. Any suggestions or experience relocating in an easy location?
 

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So my truck didn't have a tow package, not even a receiver.. so I bought a curt receiver, and a Reese light connector for trailer lights,. However, the connector is too long to put in a logical location, I.e. at the edge of the plastic before the steel part of the bumper. If I place the connector there, it runs into the receiver. Any suggestions or experience relocating in an easy location?


This is just unacceptable to me that a truck doesn't come from factory with a hitch. That's half the reason we buy trucks


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So my truck didn't have a tow package, not even a receiver.. so I bought a curt receiver, and a Reese light connector for trailer lights,. However, the connector is too long to put in a logical location, I.e. at the edge of the plastic before the steel part of the bumper. If I place the connector there, it runs into the receiver. Any suggestions or experience relocating in an easy location?
If whomever you bought it from isn't helpful, you can try calling into eTrailer.com tech support if they don't have your set up on their website. I have to admit, I'm having a tough time visualizing your problem without a picture or drawing. Is it the Reese 4 pin or seven? They have a couple of models of the seven pin that mount direct to their own class ii/iii/iv hitch, but the Curt, I have no idea.
 
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