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Old 04-22-2013, 07:59 AM   #1
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Hello, my name is Andre' and I am a new member of the jeep family. We just picked up a 2007 4 door Sahara. We would like to add a Class 3 hitch. Any recomendations. I did searches and came up with multiple choices. I would like to purchase today. Thanks. And will be an active new member.\

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welcome to the forum! Are you doing the work yourself or having it installed?

I couldn't stand to be without my trusty hitch. It adds an entire dimension of usability to the vehicle.

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Old 04-22-2013, 08:23 AM   #3
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Hi JeeprJake. I will do the install myself. I agree the hitch is a must.

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Old 04-22-2013, 08:30 AM   #4
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Quadratec.com has a package. Hitch, harness, dust cover for an excellent price. They are also a forum sponsor and offer free shipping on many items. Find them in the vendor folder.
Easy install also.
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Hitches are very handy, I have one on the back and one on the front.

But remember....it aint the hitch that determins towing capacity.

I can carry a class-3 hitch in my hands...but thet doesnt mean the I can tow a boat with it.

The class-3 hitch is rated for FAR more than the Wrangler can or should tow safely/legally.

I know you already know that...Im just talking out loud for anybody else who might browse this thread at some point.
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Oh Yeah. I do not plan on towing anything huge. Just a small trailer and/or bike rack. Just would like to have the more higher rated Class 3.
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This is the hitch you want:

http://www.quadratec.com/products/12015_0013.htm

It is a ClassIII/IV hitch that is more substantial than the factory style hitch. It is the strongest you will find for your Jeep. It has the advantage if you are using a bike rack of being a couple inches longer than the factory style ones which helps to clear the tire in back.
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I ordered this one for my jeep. Class III, Curt Manufacturing. I liked the fact that it does not stick-out past the bumper. The ones that stick out tend to be very painful on the shins when you go in and out of the back of the jeep very often.

I ordered for my 2013 so I'm not 100% positive about your '07
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I ordered this one one Qtec.
$90 for everything.
Quadratec Premium 2" Receiver Hitch with Wiring Kit & Jeep® Logo Plug for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec
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Amazon has one with harness for $67 shipped. I have been toying with the idea of getting it just for a recovery point, and maybe to put a harbor freight cargo rack on. They are supposed to be really easy to install if you remove the bumper first.

Check this out on AMZN: Rugged Ridge 11580.51 Black Receiver Hitch Kit with Wiring Harness for Jeep JK Wrang... http://amzn.com/B004B61B34
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If I had to do it over again, I would order from amazon, only I would get a different (7 pin) harness. Not that I need it, but it would be cool to have.
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:23 PM   #12
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The Qtech hitch wiring kit that they include is top notch. That itself was the real gem in the Qtec package. I always hated crimping wires for hitch installs.

Unrelated, what the heck is this skid plate?

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...receiver skid plate.....have you ever found you had backed into a mud bank somewhere & now your receiver is full of hard dried mud? Or even wet goopey mud?
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They are supposed to be really easy to install if you remove the bumper first.
I got the Quadratec hitch bundle for my 2012 and the hitch itself went on in like 5 minutes. No need to remove the bumper. It's just feeding 4 bolts through the holes and tightening them. Piece of cake!
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...receiver skid plate.....have you ever found you had backed into a mud bank somewhere & now your receiver is full of hard dried mud? Or even wet goopey mud?
My guess is that its for sliding off rocks, not mud. The QT hitch has a mopar rubber cover to keep mud out.

Not to mention the shin bruises.

That said, sticking something further back seems to me to increase the risk of damage. Add that to the increased leverage to the hitch, it even more likely to do damage.

I don't get it...
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I have towed multiple loads, heavy and light, with my JKU. The factory style hitch is adequate although not ideal IMO. It bolts to the cross member behind the bumper with four 1/2" bolts & nuts, not the frame rails so there are bending forces involved, not just shear at the bolts as is the case for every other receiver ever made. The Quadratech is basically the same as the factory version as are almost all aftermarket hitches for the JK. It is not what most people would consider a receiver hitch but provides the same function & will work for most applications.

That being said, I have a brake controller which makes a world of difference stopping as well as handling the load at speed. I have also now ditched my factory hitch for an off-road bumper with tire carrier from Spyder (much less than an XRC although some small design features could have been done better) & it has an integrated hitch. The entire bumper ties into the frame as well as the cross member so a total of 8 bolts holding it all in. I feel more comfortable pulling with this setup personally.

Again, I cannot overemphasize the brake controller & 7-pin setup enough. The JK needs the braking assistance when loaded. Stopping a heavy load going downhill without the trailer brakes does have a pucker factor. My stopping distance actually decreases with a load due to the additional braking done by the trailer. Unanticipated but pleasant surprise.

BTW, if installing the factory hitch as an aftermarket addition, anticipate enlarging the existing holes on the crossmember to 1/2"

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I ordered this one for my jeep. Class III, Curt Manufacturing. I liked the fact that it does not stick-out past the bumper. The ones that stick out tend to be very painful on the shins when you go in and out of the back of the jeep very often.

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How long did this take you to put on? Did you need to drill?
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I bought the $65.00 package from Amazon- not a fan of barking my shins on an extended receiver. Hitch is a Rugged Ridge, there is limited space for threading on the washer and nut if you don't remove the bumper, but I stuck the nut and washer together with duct tape and held in place with long nose pliers to get it done.
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The nice thing about the Quadratec hitch is that the nuts are welded to the hitch so you don't have to mess with that. Just line up the holes, slide the bolts through and tighten them up!
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Whichever hitch you decide on, order the Mopar 7 pin harness to go with it. Mine took me about an hour to install taking my time. Even if you don't run a trailer with brakes, it gives you a hot lead to charge trailer mounted batteries.

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Whichever hitch you decide on, order the Mopar 7 pin harness to go with it. Mine took me about an hour to install taking my time. Even if you don't run a trailer with brakes, it gives you a hot lead to charge trailer mounted batteries.

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Ok Mike. You say that it took you only an hour to install the Mopar 7 pin trailer wiring? Cool. Forgive me for asking dumb question, does this thing hook into the Jeeps computer box to get a signal to apply the trailer brakes? Can a dumb gal install one of these? Also, is the battery wire hooked directly to the battery, or is there an insulator? Thinking about pulling a small trailer that needs a 7 pin plug.
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How long did this take you to put on? Did you need to drill?
Sorry I took so long to reply. Well, my ordered jeep has not arrived yet so I cannot officially say how long it is going to take, but I have installed aftermarket hitches & wiring on several vehicles in the past (Cars, vans, Trucks). My current F-150 came with the towing package with both 4pin & 7 pin plugs, so I did not need to do that one. however, looking at the instructions, this one looks to be the easiest so far. I did receive the Hitch and wiring from amazon already. The quality of the harness seem very adequate. The quality of the hitch is more than enough to handle way more than the jeep ever could given the location/placement. In order to handle anymore weight, I would have prefered to see a hitch that ties into the frame rails, not just a cross member. However I only plan on towing a utility trailer with a Quadrunner and a bit of gear in it. So this will still do fine. My only disappointment with the setup from Curt Manufacturing is that there is no built-in bracket to hold the 4pin Harness next to the hitch. I will have to Macgyver something up.

As for those wanting to install w 7pin harness, Those are nice, also because they tend to not corrode as fast. The holes in the 4pin will plug up with gunk up and corrosion will set in, and the 7pin connectors will make a more positive contact. Usually, with the 7 pin, in order to get the proper 12v charging on the center pin, (usually Orange) most vehicle will need an extra relay installed in the fuse box. Trucks designed to pull have the spot for it already. This will turn off the 12v supply when it is not running so that when you go back to your jeep after lunch and the trailer is still hooked up, your jeep will start because your battery will not be drained. I'm not sure if the wrangler fuse box has a spot for this relay until I get mine and have a look myself. Some one else here probably knows this already.

For the person (mzbrandi) asking about trailer brakes: No, the brakes are not controlled but the jeep computer. It requires a separate brake controller

This:
Reese Towpower 74642 Brakeman Compact Brake Control : Amazon.com : Automotive

This is about the cheapest controller that works. Others are more expensive and offer more features, but not many people need the extra fluff.

Like I said, most trucks that are designed to tow have quick connect places already pre-wired to accept a brake controller (drivers side foot well) and a spot in the rear to connect a 7 pin harness with proper gauge wiring. What if any of this is available on the jeep I don't know, but I would be surprised if it was there.

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I'm a firm believer that a woman can do 99.9% of the things a man can do, and a few that we can't.

The Mopar harness is very easy to install. You start by removing the right two screws from the driver's side taillight housing. The housing will now pull straight out. The new harness plugs in between the housing and the existing wiring harness. It only fits one way.

Then you thread the harness down to the rear of the Jeep and re-install the taillight housing. You need to drill two small holes in the rear cross member to mount the plug bracket. Install the plug into the bracket and connect the harness to the plug.

The most time consuming part is routing the remaining harness from the rear of the vehicle to the passengers side of the engine compartment. It's not hard, you just need to think your way through it.

The power and ground wires hook directly to the battery. The brake controller wire runs across the firewall, through the firewall just below the brake booster, and into the cab of the Jeep. It comes into the Jeep about even with the driver's left knee.

You will need to purchase a brake controller as mentioned above. I like the Prodigy P3, but it's a little more expensive.

Tekonsha 90195 P3 Electronic Brake Control : Amazon.com : Automotive

Now go back and zip tie the harness in place.

That's about all there is to it.

If you already have a 4 pin harness installed, the 7 pin replaces it and plugs into the same location as the 4 pin on the driver's side taillight.

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Sorry I took so long to reply. Well, my ordered jeep has not arrived yet so I cannot officially say how long it is going to take, but I have installed aftermarket hitches & wiring on several vehicles in the past (Cars, vans, Trucks). My current F-150 came with the towing package with both 4pin & 7 pin plugs, so I did not need to do that one. however, looking at the instructions, this one looks to be the easiest so far. I did receive the Hitch and wiring from amazon already. The quality of the harness seem very adequate. The quality of the hitch is more than enough to handle way more than the jeep ever could given the location/placement. In order to handle anymore weight, I would have prefered to see a hitch that ties into the frame rails, not just a cross member. However I only plan on towing a utility trailer with a Quadrunner and a bit of gear in it. So this will still do fine. My only disappointment with the setup from Curt Manufacturing is that there is no built-in bracket to hold the 4pin Harness next to the hitch. I will have to Macgyver something up.

As for those wanting to install w 7pin harness, Those are nice, also because they tend to not corrode as fast. The holes in the 4pin will plug up with gunk up and corrosion will set in, and the 7pin connectors will make a more positive contact. Usually, with the 7 pin, in order to get the proper 12v charging on the center pin, (usually Orange) most vehicle will need an extra relay installed in the fuse box. Trucks designed to pull have the spot for it already. This will turn off the 12v supply when it is not running so that when you go back to your jeep after lunch and the trailer is still hooked up, your jeep will start because your battery will not be drained. I'm not sure if the wrangler fuse box has a spot for this relay until I get mine and have a look myself. Some one else here probably knows this already.

For the person (mzbrandi) asking about trailer brakes: No, the brakes are not controlled but the jeep computer. It requires a separate brake controller

This:
Reese Towpower 74642 Brakeman Compact Brake Control : Amazon.com : Automotive

This is about the cheapest controller that works. Others are more expensive and offer more features, but not many people need the extra fluff.

Like I said, most trucks that are designed to tow have quick connect places already pre-wired to accept a brake controller (drivers side foot well) and a spot in the rear to connect a 7 pin harness with proper gauge wiring. What if any of this is available on the jeep I don't know, but I would be surprised if it was there.

dp

Ok guys

To onetraveller and dpostman, thanks for the belief in me. I now have the 7 pin wiring installed using the Mopar harness from Q-tec. I do however don't understand why I have one blue wire in the cab of my Jeep and the controlers I see have a bunch of wires coming out of them. How do I hook up all those wires when my harness only have one?

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do you all have to remove the muffler rubber hangers to get the trailer hitch on? If so what did you use to remove them?
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BTW, if installing the factory hitch as an aftermarket addition, anticipate enlarging the existing holes on the crossmember to 1/2"
Is that the hitch its self or the bumper? I just got the one from Amazon and can only get 2 of the 4 bolts in. 2 of the holes in the bumper are smaller than the rest.
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The extended hitch is a must have on my jeep. Paid 120 at oreilly.

If youre adventurous, you dont need a wiring harness. I did that myself too.
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I ordered this one for my jeep. Class III, Curt Manufacturing. I liked the fact that it does not stick-out past the bumper. The ones that stick out tend to be very painful on the shins when you go in and out of the back of the jeep very often.

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Ok guys

To onetraveller and dpostman, thanks for the belief in me. I now have the 7 pin wiring installed using the Mopar harness from Q-tec. I do however don't understand why I have one blue wire in the cab of my Jeep and the controlers I see have a bunch of wires coming out of them. How do I hook up all those wires when my harness only have one?

Thanks again guys.

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Only one wire coming out of the controller goes to the trailer brakes. Thats why. The controller has other needs....like power.
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I have the rugged ridge from amazon for about $65 and it's great!
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$62.50 2007-2013 Rugged Ridge hitch with wire harness @ Amazon with FREE shipping. Can't beat that!

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