Originally Posted by Art4med
Any tips on drilling the frame for the Curt Class 5?
No, I don't have a lift! It'll be done in my driveway... if that's possible: upside down and thru-bolted.
Would a benchtop drillpress be useful if inverted? Carbide tipped bit suggested?
I didn't have to drill any holes when I installed my Curt Commercial Class 5 Hitch. I used existing holes in the frame.
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