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Hitch Assemble that fits 2001 era GM full size trucks

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I have a receiver hitch assembly that fits 2001 era full size GM trucks. It is in perfect shape. Its is black in color. I may even have a brand new wiring assembly that goes with it. I'll have to check on that. Hitch assembly is located in Chanhassen.

Email me at enoyes1@hotmail.com if you are interested.

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I wish I was closer....

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Val its not that far from you! next to Chaska

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Valv,

You have email! I responded to your email.

Thanks,

WG

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Valv, I work in chan & would be willing to pick it up for you if you wish.

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Valv picked it up today. Thanks for the interest.

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Thank you Eric, it was a pleasure meeting you. Too bad was too cold to "chat" a little.

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