Currently stock exhaust.ComposiMo said:Rafaelli: Sorry, i haven't had much time to price it out, been very busy putting some finishing touches onj another project. Anyway, i'll get the info for you in another day or two on the aluminum one.
And yes, it would use existing bolt holes, and still allow you to keep your tow hooks
By the way, what sort of exhaust do you have? Do you have a picture of the back of your car showing the exhaust?
I'll try and get hold of my buddy soon. Another idea to compliment this design that my brother had on his Nissan Hardbody pickup was the access to the hitch. He had a rear licence plate mount from an Oldmobile or something that has the gas filler behind it. He mounted that on the truck so he could fold it down to access the hitch, hooking-up the tongue. It may not work-out on CRXs as there may be no place to go through the bumper behind the rear licence plate.raffaelli said:Love to see the design.
I know this is a seriously old post but did you ever get the design from your friend on this hitch?OBD1 Kenobi said:A friend got a custom one made for his EF hatch that utilises existing bolt holes. I intend to put one on my CRX. I'll have to get the design from him again. Do I now have your interest?
It was Jason Nash I was speaking about.cagedrex said:Hey the person obd-1 is talking about is me i have one on my crx had a hitch shop custom make it i think it weighs about 25 pounds ,i'll check and try to post some pics of the hitch and the actual weight ,oh and it only cost me $150 installed canadian funds.Oh and its not like that pos from u-haul mine has a removable resever
I haven't been able to contact him. I found him on Facebook but he hasn't authorised me. I don't know if he frequents it or not. I'll send him a new message asking about the hitch.Doubledown said:I know this is a seriously old post but did you ever get the design from your friend on this hitch?