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Rola 21x55 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the ROLA 21 by 55 cargo carrier. That part number is 59507. Now this is designed to work with 1-1/4" hitches only and has a 300 pound weight capacity. We're going to start off with some measurements, ground clearance being first. We're going to have about 13". Overall to our vehicle we're going to have about 30-1/2".



Saris Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Saris SuperBone's Trunk Mount 3 Bike Rack. That part number is SA802. We already have our bikes secured down, we're first going to show you how we do it. We've got 3 straps in place holding our bike rack, 2 on our frame and then 1 is the anti-sway in the back. Just going to start by releasing those. Then we can take our bike off and set it off to the side.



Yakima Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Yakima FullBack trunk-mount 2-bike rack. That part number is Y02634. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. We have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame and one as our anti-sway in the back. We're going to remove those and then remove our bike and set it off to the side. I suggest that you replace your straps just so they don't get lost or damaged.



Yakima Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Yakima HalfBack trunk-mount 2-bike rack. That part number is Y02636. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. We've got two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame here and one as our anti-sway. These are also known by Yakima as Zip Strips.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Thule Raceway Pro trunk-mount 2-bike rack. That part number is TH9001PRO. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. We've got two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame here and one as our anti-sway in the back. We're going to pull down and lift up to release those.



Thule Passage Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Thule Passage 2 bike rack, part number TH910XT. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have three points of contact with the bike's frame. We're going to have two straps up at the top here and one off to the side here. That's going to act as an anti-sway strap to keep the bike from moving too far back and forth, possibly hitting the bikes in front of it and damaging them both.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2-117 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Thule raceway pro two bike rack. Part number th9001pro. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. One of the nicer features about this is the fact that it does have an integrated cable lock here on the arm. You pull this out.



Surco Products Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry, we're going to be taking a look at the 20"x48" Surco Cargo Carrier. Part number 52017. This has a nice mesh floor, which makes it easy to clean and also has this rail all the way around the cargo carrier here which can serve as a tie-down point for either your ratchet straps or your bungee cords. It has a carrying capacity of 300lbs. Let's go ahead and give you a couple quick measurements here. From the edge of the bumper to our outer edge here, we've added about 23-1/2" to the rear of the vehicle. For our ground clearance, we're adding about 9". For our closest point, this edge here, we're at about 2-1/4".



Hollywood Racks Trail-Rider Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Hollywood racks trail rider two bike rack, part number HR200. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have three points of contact. We're going to have one frame hook up at the top which is padded so it will not scratch your bike once you're installing it. Then we're going to have two wheel straps on either wheel cradle. Let's go ahead and take the bike off and set it aside. We'll start off with the wheel straps.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Swagman XC2 Bike Rack, part number S64650. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go and take a closer look and show off some of the features. Now, how this bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have one point of contact with the bike's frame, and that's going to be this frame hook up at the top, which is padded so your bike will not get damaged once it's being installed. To keep wheels in place we have these wheel cradles at the bottom, which are adjustable to the length of the arms that they're on, and that's going to be able to accommodate different size bikes. Now, to take the bike off, you want to make sure you keep one hand on the bike so when you release the hook, it doesn't go falling into the vehicle. We go to the base of the hook here, push in this tab.



Yakima Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima LiteRider 2 bike rack, part number Y02472. We already have a bike installed on the rack, let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. The first one I'd like to point out is it has an integrated cable lock on the back side of the mast here. This is the cradle for it. Just pull it out, wrap it around your bikes and then you connect it, this point, underneath the arm here. That's going to secure bikes to the bike rack and prevent theft or tampering. Also at the ends of our arms, they both have bottle openers on them. How the bike is attached to the rack we're going to have three points of contact with the bike's frame.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry we're going to be test fitting the Thule Vortex 4 Bike Rack. Part number TH9029XT. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. The first thing I like to talk about is the integrated cable lock here in the center of the mast. We simply pull that out, wrap it around your bikes.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today, in our 2007 Toyota Camry, We're going to be test fitting the Thule Roadway 2 bike rack, Part number TH912XTR. We already have a bike on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike attaches to the rack, we're going to have three points of contact with the bike's frame. We're going to have two straps up at the top bar, here and then off to the side, here. That's going to be an anti-sway strap to keep the bike from moving back and forth, possibly hitting the bikes in front of it and damaging them both. Let's go ahead and take the bike off and set it aside. With the bike rack in this position, I'm going to go ahead and give you a couple quick measurements.



Rola Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2007 Toyota Camry we're going to be test fitting the Rola TX 102 2 bike rack, part number 59400. We already have a bike on the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. The first feature I'd like to show off is that it has an integrated cable lock in the center of the mast here. You simply pull it out, wrap it around your bikes, and you would attach it to this point here at the end of our arm. How the bike is actually attached to the rack, we're going to have 3 points of contact with the bike's frame. We're going to have 2 straps up at the top here, and one off to the side.



Yakima Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Yakima LiteRider hanging-style 2-bike rack. That part number is Y02472. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. Then we'll go over some features and take a few measurements. Starting off with how we secure our bike down, we have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame here and one as our anti-sway in the back.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Thule Roadway hanging-style 2-bike rack. That part number is TH912XTR. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. We'll go over some features and take a few measurements. Starting off with how our bike is secured down, we have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame here and one as our anti-sway in the back.



Rola Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Rola TX-102 Hanging Style 2 Bike Rack. That part number is 59400. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. Then we'll go over some features and take a few measurements. Starting off with how we secure our bike down, we have 2 cradles in place with 3 straps.



Surco Products Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Surco 20 by 48 cargo carrier. That part number is 52017. Now this is designed to work with 1-1/4" hitches only and has a weight capacity of 300 pounds. Now although it does have a pretty high weight capacity, it is very lightweight so it's easy to lift up and put into your hitch. The first thing we're going to do is take a few measurements here. First one's going to be ground clearance at about 8-3/4". Overall to our vehicle we're adding about 24-1/4".



Rola 21x55 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Rola 21 by 55 cargo carrier. That part number if 59507. Now this has a weight capacity of 300 pounds and works with 1-1/4 hitches only. The first thing we're going to do while it's installed on our vehicle is take a few measurements. Starting off with our ground clearance, we're going to have about 13 inches. Overall to our vehicle we're going to have about 28 inches, and our closest point here is going to be about 3-3/4 inches away. Now, on our Camry we do have a single passenger side exhaust. Although it's underneath our carrier, it does come straight out so it's about 10-3/4 inches away here, so if you're worried about heat-sensitive materials, I would keep that either inside your vehicle or closer to the driver's side. Next, we'll pop our trunk and check that breakover point.



Pro Series Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2008 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2008 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Pro Series 20 by 47 cargo carrier. That part number is 63155. Now this is designed to work with 1-1/4 inch Class 2 hitches only. It has a weight capacity of 300 pounds. Although it has a pretty high weight capacity it is very lightweight so it's easy to insert and take out of your hitch. We're going to start off with a few measurements here. Ground clearance being first, we're going to have about 12-3/4 inches. Overall to our vehicle we're going to have about 27-3/4 inches, and our closest point is going to be about 6 inches away. Now a great thing about this specific cargo carrier is that you do have the option to actually purchase a mounting kit for lights, both here and on the driver's side, which is great if you are afraid that some of your cargo might block your lights or even if you want the lights on there just for safety reasons while driving at night.





Toyota Camry Questions

  • It sounds like you have a ground issue. When the headlights are on, the highest amperage draw is placed on the wiring system and, a faulty ground will show at this time. Make sure you have good metal to metal contact. Paint and corrosion can act as insulators, so make sure the grounds are touching clean metal. I would check all of the ground connections on the trailer. First, check the ground at the trailer tongue. Take the ground loose and clean the connection point on the...
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  • We do have a few options that will allow you to carry your beach cruisers with your 2011 Toyota Camry. Since beach cruisers are usually heavier than other adult bikes, I would recommend using a hitch mounted bike rack like the SportRack Platform-Style Bike Rack, # SR2901. Using a hitch mounted bike rack is the safest way to carry bikes because the bikes and the bike rack will not contact your vehicle. The platform-style rack also makes it easy to load and unload heavy bikes. This...
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  • According to my online research your 2014 Toyota Camry L-Series 4-Cylinder is not recommended by Toyota to tow any trailer of any weight. It is possible that certain versions of the vehicle could be properly equipped so as to have an approved towing capacity, but I suggest you refer to your specific vehicle's owner's manual, or provide your local dealership with your car's VIN, to verify if it has a tow rating. I was not able to find a purchase history using your email address...
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  • Both the Curt T-Connector # C56079 and TowReady T-One # 118482 wiring harnesses are no-splicing custom-fit plug in trailer wiring harnesses for the 2010 Toyota Camry. Both will install the same way (and an article on routing the harness power wire and an install video are linked to help you with this process). The main difference between these two harness if their current output capacities. The TowReady harness has a maximum current (amperage) rating of 2.1 amps per stop/turn...
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  • To see the various trunk mounted bike racks that are a fit for the 2010 Toyota Camry, click the provided link. Of the available options, I can highly recommend the Thule Raceway, which is available in a 2-bike model as part # TH9001PRO or a 3-bike model as part # TH9002PRO. What makes the Raceway so unique is the locking cable system used to attach the rack to the vehicle. This system makes the rack unbelievably easy to install and remove when compared to the straps and...
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  • The CURT Trailer Hitch, # 12343, will fit a 2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid. The CURT Hitch # 12343 is a Class II 1-1/4 inch receiver and includes a drawbar, pin and clip. The strap in question is the CURT Bike Rack Strap with Cambuckle, # 18050. CURT warranty requires, all non-trailer loads including such things as bike racks and cargo carriers, use a support strap. To maintain the warranty on the hitch, the strap will need to be used. Since you will only be using the hitch for...
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  • You are correct. The larger capacity hitches for the 2002 Toyota Camry do go under the exhaust. The smaller capacity hitch goes above it. With a gross trailer weight of 825 pounds, any of the available hitches will be able to handle your boat and trailer. However, you never know what you might want to tow or carry in the future and the higher capacity hitches will allow for more possibilities, like carrying a bike rack. I recommend the more economical Class II hitch,...
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  • The Rhino Rack rack system can be used to carry ladders, as long as the weight of the ladder does not exceed the 165 lb capacity of the rack or the capacity of the vehicle roof, whichever is lower. You will need to consult your owners manual or Toyota for the capacity of the roof. Rhino Rack does indeed highly recommend that any loads extending beyond the front or rear edge of the roof be secured to the front and rear bumper of the vehicle for the sake of safety. Tie downs...
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  • I have three hitches that will fit a 2012 Toyota Camry. The Draw-Tite, part # 36540, Hidden Hitch, part # 90031, and the Curt Hitch, part # C12107 will all require two holes to be drilled on your vehicles frame. The Curt hitch will also require a couple of holes to be enlarged. They will also require some trimming or removal of an under-body panel. I am including links to the installation instructions on all three of the hitches. The instructions for the Draw-Tite and...
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  • The Curt Hitch # C12107 that you referenced will fit the 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid models. You will need to remove the underbody panel and trim the heat shield to install this hitch. The lack of the under body panel will not significantly protect the undercarriage of your vehicle from winter road conditions as that panel does not seal the undercarriage so salt and road grime would still find its way in there. As for finding a shop to install the hitch, pretty much any qualified...
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  • Your 2002 Toyota Camry is rated for a Class-I and II trailer hitches. The trailer hitch mounted wheelchair carriers will not work with your vehicle. The reason is the tongue weight maximum capacity is 200 pounds and hitch-mounted carriers often lack the capacity to carry an electric wheelchair. The hitch mounted accessory does not lack the capacity, it is the vehicle. I did some additional research to find the towing weight limitations on your 2002 Toyota Camry; it has a maximum...
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  • On the 2009 Toyota Camry, all of the hitches available are Class II 1-1/4 inch hitch openings. The hitches will have a 3,500 lb. Gross Towing Weight and a 300 lb. or 350 lb. Tongue Weight. There is not a 2 inch hitch available for your vehicle, because a 2 inch hitch has to be rated as a Class III and a Class IV hitch. That means that the vehicle would have to be able to tow weights ranging from 3,500 lbs. to 12,000 lbs. The frame on your Toyota Camry would not be able to...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Bulldog about the Replacement Thrust Bearing, # BD500223. He stated that the bearing has an inner diameter of approximately 0.525 inches, and outer diameter of 1.25 inches, and it is 0.43 inches thick.
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  • Kenda is the name of the tire manufacturer, and Loadstar is the name of the model or tread design of the particular tire. If you click on the second thumbnail photo under the photo on the product description page, and scroll your cursor over it, you can see Loadstar printed on the tire. The part # AM30620 is a load range C tire with a 990 lb capacity at 90 psi. For maximum tire life and performance, trailer tires should be kept at the maximum pressure shown on the tire sidewall. ...
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  • I just spoke with the technical department of Curt and they recommend the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness # C55567 for your 2013 Toyota Camry. The Curt Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light w Converter Hardwire Kit # 56146KIT is a universal style trailer wiring harness that you could probably make work, but you would be much better off going with the # C55567 as it is more of a plug and play harness. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to...
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  • Yes, you can remove and leave off the underbody panel on your 2012 Toyota Camry when installing a trailer hitch. It does not have to go back on. But if you want it to then it does have to be trimmed. For a trailer hitch I actually recommend Draw-Tite hitch # 36540. The reason is that the Curt hitch is going to require the use of a stabilization strap, # 18050, when using the hitch for anything other than a trailer per Curt's warranty requirements. The Draw-Tite hitch costs...
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  • In order to tow your 2001 Toyota Camry you could use the RoadMaster Tracker Tow Bar - 5,000 lbs, part # RM-020, that you referenced. For base plates I would recommend you use Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit, part # 521157-1. I attached a link below to a page on vehicle specific base plates below that you might find helpful. You will also need the following to complete your setup: Magnetic Towing Light Kit, part # C-ATL20A, for an easy to install, less permanent solution. Or...
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  • The only way to transport a tadpole trike and a recumbent bike at the same time is to use the part # HR1000R-TRKADP for carrying the trike and then use the roof rack bike rack for recumbents part # RKY0512. There is no hitch mounted option that would allow you to carry both of those styles of bikes. I attached review videos for both racks I mentioned as well. If you do not have a roof rack on your 1999 Toyota Camry you will need to check out the other link I attached...
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  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled Rampage LED clip light # RA501001 to determine the type of batteries it uses. According to the packing the light uses LR-44 batteries (3). It comes with batteries already installed.
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  • I checked with Curt and they confirmed that the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C12107 as a fit for your 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid. The pin and clip are included, the recommended ball mount is Curt Class II Drawbar # C45017. If you need hitch balls check out the 1-7/8 inch ball # 19256 and the 2 inch hitch ball # 19258.
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