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Today on our 2003 Honda CR-V, we’ll be installing Hidden Hitch, part number 87578. Now before we begin our installation, here’s what your hitch will look like on your vehicle. We’ll go ahead and give you a few measurements to help you in selecting accessories such as a draw bar, a bike rack, or a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost part of the spare tire is 9 inches. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground is 15 inches.

Now, let’s go ahead with our install.

Today on our 2003 Honda CRV well be installing Draw Tite Hitch part number 75690. Now before we begin our installation heres what your hitch will look like on your vehicle. Well go ahead and give you a few measurements to help you when selecting accessories such as a drawbar, a bike rack, or a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost part of the spare tire is 9 inches. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground is 15 inches.

Now lets go ahead with our install.

Today, we’ve got a 2003 Honda CR-V and we’re test fitting the Rhode Gear Highway 2 Hitch Mounted Bike Carrier, part number RG8015220. To mount the carrier to our vehicle, we’ll insert the shank into the receiver tube of the hitch. We’ll line up the hitch pin holes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt and tighten down using a wrench. Next, we’ll check for rear vehicle access.

We’ll pull the pin at the base of the bike rack and tilt it down. We’ll open the cargo door of our CR-V to make sure we can still access our cargo area.

Today on this 2003 Honda CR-V, we’re going to be test fitting the Pro Series 24-inch by 60-inch Railed Cargo Carrier, part number 63153. To mount the carrier to our vehicle, we’ll insert the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of our hitch. We’ll line up the hitch pin holes and secure the carrier with a pin and clip. Next, we’ll go over some clearance measurements.

We’ve got about 17 inches of ground clearance at the back of the carrier. We’ve got about 5 inches of clearance between the spare tire and our carrier.

2003 Honda CR-V Questions and Answers

I spoke with Camco and the Water Pressure Regulator with Gauge, # CAM40064, is not adjustable. She told me this regulator can regulate water pressure from up to 60 psi down to 50 psi. She also said they have tested it up to 120 psi with some success, but if the incoming water pressure exceeds 60 psi, this regulator may not be able to regulate properly.

If the gauge reads too high then either the pressure on the water source needs to be lowered or the gauge or regulator is bad. According to C

If your 2003 Honda CR-V has the side rails that run front to back then you can add some crossbars using the Rhino-Rack system # SXB2. Then you can use one of the following ski and snowboard carriers: # 562U # 566U # 564U If your CR-V has a bare roof then you can add crossbars using the following parts from Thule: Load bars, # THLB50 Podium feet, # TH460 Fit kit, # THKIT3050 Then you can use any of the following carriers: # TH92726 # TH92725 # TH575 The Snowcat, # TH5401,

When you install the Thule Spare Me 2 # TH963PRO on the spare tire of your 2003 Honda CR-V you will need to adjust the mounting plate as far to the left (drivers side) as possible. When you load your bikes, you will want to load them in the center of your vehicle rather than in the center of the rack. By using both of these methods, you be as center as possible.

I have attached a short installation video on a SUV that has the spare tire more on the right (passengers) side of the vehicle. The

The spare tire rack mounted bike rack that will fit your 2003 Honda CR-V is the Thule Spare Me 2 # TH963PRO. When installing the Spare Me 2 on your vehicle, because the spare tire is more on the right (passenger) side of the vehicle, you will need to adjust the mounting bracket more to the left (drivers) side. When you load your bike you will want to center them in the center of the vehicle and not necessarily the center of the rack. If you plan on carrying either womens or alternative b

We strongly recommend you use the ball mount the hitch manufacturer recommends because the weight capacity of the CLASS 1 hitch is based on using the recommended ball mount. If you can provide the manufacturer model number of the hitch, I can find the correct ball mount to use. The Curt Class I Ball Mount # C45024 you referenced is a good fit for your 2003 Honda CR-V.

It will fit your 1-1/4-inch hitch receiver and has a weight capacity of 2000 lbs and a tongue weight capacity of 200 lbs.

Base plates are vehicle specific so you will need to get some for your 2003 Honda CR-V. But first, go ahead and check the owners manual for any additional important information on flat towing it. For base plates, you can use # 1541-1 if your CR-V does NOT have a brushguard. If it does have a brushguard use # 1541-3. Since you have used the Falcon Tow Bar before, you may not need to add safety cables if you already have some.

If you do need safety cables use # RM-643. You will also need

The Yakima SpareTime 2 Bike Rack, part # Y02598 would be an excellent choice for your 2003 Honda CR-V. I have confirmed the fit on your vehicle with Yakima. The SpareTime can be installed so that it is offset to the spare tire so that the bikes are carried centered on the rear of the vehicle, and not hanging off to the side.

To carry womens bikes or bikes with sharply angled top tubes or step-through frames, using a frame adapter like part # Y02531 is recommended. The adapter spans the dis

Since the 2003 Honda CR-V came with a rear mount spare tire, you will need to use a spare tire mount rack. The only 3 bike option we have is the SportRack 3 Bike Carrier Spare Tire Mount Bike Rack, # A30813STL. While it is very likely the rack will fit, to be sure I recommend taking a few measurements.

The spare tire will need to have a wheel diameter of 15 inches or less, and a center opening that is at least 2 inches in diameter. You will also need to measure to determine if the bracket th

Since the crossbars on your 2003 Honda CR-V are 3 inches wide, the Rola Roof Cargo Basket, # 59504, will fit. It will fit on crossbars up 3-1/4 inches wide. This basket also fits different crossbar spreads.

You will need to measure the center to center distance between the crossbars and compare it to the chart below. Fit the Following Cross Bar Spreads 37-1/2 inches center to center 33-3/4 inches center to center 30 inches center to center 26-1/4 inches center to center Adding the exte

If you have a factory roof rack on your 2003 Honda CR-V and the crossbars are spaced at least 15 inches apart, then you will be able to use the Curt Roof Cargo Carrier, part # C18115. The Curt Roof Cargo Carrier is designed to fit most factory and aftermarket roof racks. I have linked instructions for the Curt Roof Cargo Carrier, part # C18115.

The Swagman XC 2 Bike Carrier, part # S64650, has a measurement of 10-1/2 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the closest part of the bike rack which is the wheel mount hoop. You will need to measure on your 2003 Honda CR-V to see if the bike rack will clear your spare tire. If you take a yardstick and hold it against the spare tire, straight up and down, and take the measurement from the center of your hitch pin hole on your hitch to the yardstick. If that measurement is less tha

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The Hopkins Heavy-Duty Trailer Coiled Extension – 6-Pole Round, # HM47055, will fit your motor home. 6-Pole round plugs will fit with other 6-Pole round wiring, extensions, and accessories. You will need a plug like the Hopkins Endurance 6-Way Trailer Connector Socket – Vehicle End – Ergonomic Design, # HM48420, installed on your 2003 Chevy Tracker. This plug will accept the HM47055 extension. The # HM48440 will not.

You will also need a base plate kit for your 2003 Chevy Tracker. You will ne

Yakima strongly states not to use the StickUp Bike Carrier with a hitch extender. Although this rack is not terribly heavy, a hitch extender would place it far enough away from the receiver that the leverage applied could damage the bike carrier or the receiver. You could most likely use the rack itself without an extender, but your spare tire would prevent you from folding the carrier.

I would recommend going with a bike rack with a longer shank on it that would clear your spare tire. The le

The Single Bar Weight Distribution Kit, part # RP66069 would be ideal for your small pop up trailer. This system would work perfectly with the Curt Class III Receiver Hitch. We can also provide the T-1 Vehicle Wiring Harness, part # 118336 so you can get the lighting on your trailer working.

You will also need a the appropriate sized trailer ball with a 1 inch shank, like part # 19247 for a 2 inch ball, or part # 19260 for a 1-7/8 inch ball.

The RoadMaster Falcon 2 Tow Bar, part # RM-520, will work with RoadMaster EZ, MX, XL or standard base plate kits. I would recommend part # 1541-1 or 1541-3. These are the XL style and are compatible with more towbars than the MX style. If you do not have a brush guard on your vehicle you would use part 1541-1.

If you have a brush guard, you would use part 1541-3. If you buy the RoadMaster Combo Kit part # RM-9243-2, it includes an equivalent to Tail Light Isolationg Diode part # 38955 so you

You should not have to remove the spare tire, any bolts or any plastic trim to install this hitch. The bolts for this hitch will be installed through the frame underneath your vehicle. I have posted a link to hitch installation instructions below.

You will need to remove the interior trim at the rear to install a wiring harness on the 2003 Honda CR-V. Below I have posted a video for the wiring harness installation on a 1999 CR-V which should help with the install on your 2003, if you are insta

With a class I trailer hitch, you are only supposed to carry up to 2 bikes. Also, if you use an extension, your available tongue weight will be cut in half. If you want to carry 4 bikes, you might want to consider upgrading your hitch from a class I to a class III.

The Class III Hitch that is available for your vehicle is the Curt Class III Trailer Hitch, item # 13535, I have posted a link to the installation instructions for you to review.

I do not have a video showing that install, but I have added a link to the instructions provided by the manufacturer for that wiring harness, part # 118336. Please refer to page 3 for the instructions that are specific to your vehicle.

Choosing a ball mount requires knowing what rise or drop you need to keep your trailer and vehicle level. The easiest way to do this is to park your vehicle and trailer on level ground and take some measurements. First measure from the ground to the the inside top edge of the receiver tube on the hitch. Then measure from the ground to the bottom edge of the trailer coupler.

If the trailer coupler is taller than you need a rise to make up the difference. If the vehicle is taller, you need a drop.

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