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I know soobs aren't exactly designed for towing, but I'm just planning on pulling a little trailer short distances with one dirtbike or maybe a small snowmobile. So can anyone recommend a decent trailer hitch that would fit a 2013 wrx hatchback?
 

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I've also been looking into this, but apparently I'm the only dude on the web who has an Invidia N1 and wants a trailer hitch. I just want to throw some mountain bikes on the back and be done with it, and perhaps the occasional jet ski... but that'd be a long stretch. I did try the Draw-Tite 24886 Sportframe and for the record it doesn't fit with the Invidia N1 Exhaust. It seems like it fits the car no problem otherwise though. I just emailed the TorkLift Eco-Hitch company this evening, and I hope to hear back from them relatively soon. I'll continue to post my findings here. View attachment 297513 View attachment 297521 View attachment 297529 View attachment 297537
 

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I've also been looking into this, but apparently I'm the only dude on the web who has an Invidia N1 and wants a trailer hitch. I just want to throw some mountain bikes on the back and be done with it, and perhaps the occasional jet ski... but that'd be a long stretch. I did try the Draw-Tite 24886 Sportframe and for the record it doesn't fit with the Invidia N1 Exhaust. It seems like it fits the car no problem otherwise though. I just emailed the TorkLift Eco-Hitch company this evening, and I hope to hear back from them relatively soon. I'll continue to post my findings here. View attachment 297513 View attachment 297521 View attachment 297529 View attachment 297537
Yeah I did end up going with the eco-hitch and it's a little tight with the stock exhaust. The rubber hangers are tight against the hitch so now you can hear a little more vibration while you're driving, but other than that it works mint. And if you want to pull some jet skis you shouldn't have a problem. I got a little 4' x 7.5' wood trailer for my car and I've used it to haul all sorts of bikes. The other day I even launched hard leaving my buddy's house with a honda cr250 and cr85 in the trailer without a problem lol. It was actually pretty sweet because since it was a dirt road and the extra weight held me back, I did like a four wheel rolling burnout for a little bit before she hooked up haha.
 
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