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Old 16 Jun 2006, 09:28 pm
G-Man
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Default FS: Draw-Tite Trailer Wiring for 2001 Accord

I know this will fit a lot of others. It's a Draw-Tite 18336 Wiring kit for
a trailer. I put a hitch on my 2001 EX-V6, and got the wiring kit, but
never used it. Still sealed in the package. I only used the hitch for a
Bicycle Carrier. I have a motorcycle trailer, but never pulled it with the
car.

This sells for about $25 + shipping, and I'll sell it shipped for $15 (US
only)

email me at gforeman (at) crosslink.net


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