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Old 01-23-2011, 01:42 AM
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Trailer hitch from Chevy van ! does it fit E150 ?

Hi all

I was looking for an complete trailer hitch for my 1992 E150

a guy mailed me that his Chevy van trailer hitch would fit mine perfectly

can this be right ???


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Old 01-23-2011, 08:07 AM
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Some hitches are universal fit and can be adjusted. If that is what he has, then it should work. I don't know about one specifically designed for a Chevy though.
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Old 01-23-2011, 09:22 AM
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try this place... http://www.etrailer.com/hitch-1992_Ford_Van.htm
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Old 01-24-2011, 01:30 PM
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aaaaaarghhh

nice shop with the right stuff !

but they wont ship over the pond
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I bought a 12K receiver for my E350 that did fit perfectly. Its hard to imagine that one intended for a Chevy would fit so well.

Just curious, are you able to find parts readily, across the pond? Are there many E vans there? How do they compare to European vans of similar vintage?
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:46 AM
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no its not worth checking for parts inside EU

faster, cheaper and easier to get them online from the US

but ... still a lot of online parts where companies wont ship abroad (dunno why)



Only the E-line is holding up for rust all Chevy´vans are almost gone now as you can hear them rusting away minute by minute

was a lot of chevy vans here in the 90th caused by a no tax rule on reg and import , came a few e-lines as well but not many

I think the chevy was the one to have at that time

VW caravelle / Multivan model T4 are everywhere and looks the s¤#"

as for function the e-line is superior in dailyday use with children !

as for driveability the VW and japcrap is best , the e-line is almost getting of the road when hitting roundabouts , and cornering

not to mention mine if you look at the pictures above
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If you really want something from people that won't ship overseas I might be willing to help you. I live in Canada however, but live right on the Border and use a shipping service there all the time. I won't charge you for the effort but I imagine shipping costs would be quite high.
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If you really want something from people that won't ship overseas I might be willing to help you. I live in Canada however, but live right on the Border and use a shipping service there all the time. I won't charge you for the effort but I imagine shipping costs would be quite high.

the shipping cost from abroad is quite low compared to inside Denmark ???

and thanks ! I might take you up on that offer sometime

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