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Heard a couple of horror stories about U Haul installers, so I'm looking for an installer that won't wrap a hot wire around a moving part and send my car into a flaming ball of steel
 

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Thanks, I actually did read through that thread but decided on a hitch that installs underneath instead of on the back. The Eco is rated at a lower tongue weight and towing capacity that the other type. I'm a kind of belt and suspenders type! Besides, there are other cheaper hitches priced a lot lower than $275 with higher capacity.
 

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I'd just take it to a body shop that you trust. I've used Xtreme Auto in South Holland with good results but that might be a bit far away for you.

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If you don't mind a quick trip to Lansing, I'd offer Complete Hitch & Welding, right off I-96 at exit #101 (M.L.King Blvd. )... East on 96, exit at MLK and turn left, pass under the freeway and they'll be the first shop on the right.

I've been taking vehicles to them for decades, and they've always given me great work at a fair price.
 
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