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Looking to find how to install a 1 1/4 trailer hitch on my 2006 hyundai tiburon gt to tow a small boat

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Their are many places online to buy a hitch, its custom, so you shouldn't try to fab one I have found them thru draw-tite for around 120 bucks, another 35 for the wiring adaptor, and then u just need a ball and mount, ball usually 10 bucks , mount another 20

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