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Exclamation Hidden Hitch...good or bad idea??

i recently bought a jetski, the only problem is my daily drive is my mustang and its all i have i saw this hidden hitch that u can buy online it says towing capacity is 2000lbs but the jetski is no where near that weight, question is is this safe for my mustang to be towing a jetski, and in the summer might be every weekend for a long time lol???

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I would say NO! Not that it hasn't or can't be done, but just no:nogrinner

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Originally Posted by BLRDVIZN View Post
I would say NO! Not that it hasn't or can't be done, but just no:nogrinner

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im sure it could be done, but hey....its a mustang.

you could always try to get something off of craigslist. maybe an older truck or something with a hitch for cheap.

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ide say no, its a mustang, but it sure can be done, but dont do it, keep your mustang looking good
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I saw a V6 Mustang with a Hidden Hitch the other day, and it's far from hidden. It sticks out like a sore thumb.

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they are nice if you get stuck in snow but ur in florida so id think ur ok.. but other than that NO WAY.. its a mustang, not a tow vehicle. its like the 57 belair with thier little 2 sleeper wagon deals it just shouldn't be done. and jet ski weighs what 800lbs another 200 for the trailer?? just pull it with ur puppy THAT will look bedder or a VESPA

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LOL a vespa. dude the thought of a hitch has crossed my mind too man i want to be able to pull my dads boat when i go fishing by myself and my moms van isn't always available

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Another NO vote from me. Personally I wouldn't care if the hitch was so hidden that it was invisible, I wouldn't pull anything with my Mustang. I agree with brendanryan0510, see if you can pick up a cheap truck/tow vehicle off CL or something.


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NO!!!!!!!!!! it's a Mustang, buy a cheap truck or a ricer

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