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Best 2016 Toyota Camry Hitch Options

Today on our 2016 Toyota Camry we'll be taking a look at the best 3 hitch options available. The top choice is going to be the Curt Class 2 trailer hitch receiver, part number c12107. The second most popular is going to be the Draw-Tite Class 2 trailer hitch receiver, part number 36540. Lastly the Hidden Hitch Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 90031. Now the difference, the main difference of course is gonna be that the hidden hitch down here on the bottom is gonna come with a rubber end cap, drawbar and a hitch pin and clip. Now the weight for the tongue weight's gonna be a little bit lower than that Curt and it's gonna have a little less visual appears than the Curt would have. The first one here is gonna be that Curt Class 2 trailer hitch receiver with that nice round tube, inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver tube.



Best 2015 Toyota Camry Hitch Options

Today on our 2015 Toyota Camry, we'll be taking a look at the best three hitch options available. The top choice is going to be the Curt Class 2 trailer hitch receiver, part number C12107. The second most popular is going to be the Drawtite Class 2 trailer hitch receiver, part number 36540. Lastly, the Hidden Hitch Class 2 trailer hitch receiver, part number 90031. Now the difference, the main difference of course is going to be that the hidden hitch down here on the bottom is going to come with a rubber end cap, draw bar and a hitch pin and clip. Now the weight for the tongue weight is going to be a little bit lower than that Curt and it's going to have a little less visual appearance than the Curt would have. The first one here is going to be that Curt Class 2 trailer hitch receiver with that nice round tube, 1 1/4 by 1 1/4 receiver tube with a 350 pound tongue weight and 3500 pound towing capacity. It's going to have that 1/2 inch pin hole all the way through as well as that nice sturdy plate metal base for your chain tie downs.



Best 2014 Toyota Camry Hitch Options

Today on our 2014 Toyota Camry, we'll be taking a look at the best three hitch options available. The top choice is going to be the Curt Class 2 trailer hitch receiver. Part number C12107. The second most popular is going to be the Drawtite Class 2 trailer hitch receiver. Part number 36540. Lastly, the hidden hitch class 2 trailer hitch receiver.



Best 2013 Toyota Camry Hitch Options

Today on our 2013 Toyota Camry, we'll be taking a look at the best hitch options available. The top choice is going to be the Curt Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number C12107. The second most popular is going to be the Draw-Tite Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 36540. Lastly, the Hidden Hitch Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 90031. Now, the main difference, of course, is going to be that the Hidden Hitch down here on the bottom is going to come with a rubber end cap, drawbar, and a hitch pin and clip. Now, the weight, for the tongue weight it's going to be a little bit lower than that Curt, and it's going to have a little less visual appearance than the Curt would have. The first one here is going to be that Curt Class II Trailer Hitch Receiver with that nice round tube, 1-1/4-inch x 1-1/4-inch receiver tube with a 3,500-pound tongue weight and 3,500-pounds towing capacity.



Best 2012 Toyota Camry Hitch Options

Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry, we'll be taking a look at the best 3 hitch options available. The top choice is going to be the Curt Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number C12107. The second most popular is going to be the Draw-Tite Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 36540. Lastly, the Hidden Hitch Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 90031. The main difference, of course, is going to be that the Hidden Hitch, down here on the bottom is going to come with a rubber end cap, draw bar, and a hitch pin and clip. The weight for the tongue weight's going to be a little bit lower than that Curt, and it's going to have a little less visual appearance than the Curt would here. The first one's going to be that Curt Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver with that nice round tube, 1-1/4 by 1-1/4 receiver tube with a 350-lb tongue weight and 3,500-lb towing capacity. It's going to have that 1/2" pin hole all the way through, as well as that nice sturdy plate metal base for your chain tie downs.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2016 Acura MDX we're going to be test fitting the Thule rapid traverse roof rack system. This consists of 3 different part numbers. We've got to start with our bar. This is the aero blade. Part number is THARB53. We've got our rapid traverse foot pack.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry we're doing a test fit of the Thule Roadway 2 Bike Rack part number TH912XTR. Now we have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked to the vehicle. I'd like to just show you a few features. Now the first feature I'd like to show you is how our bike is connected to the bike rack itself. We have a total of three straps. Two up top, one to the side, which we call our anti-sway strap. That's going to keep the bike from swaying when you're riding down the road.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry we'll be doing a test fit of the Swagman Trailhead 4 bike rack, hanging style, part number S63380. Now I have a bike on our rack, and we our rack up to our vehicle. Like to show you a few features of it. How our bike itself connected to our bike rack, we have a total of 4 straps. We have 3 up top, right here on the side we have our anti-sway strap. That's going to keep the bike from swaying as you're riding down the road. First, we're going to take off the two up top, three up top, I'm sorry. Then we're going to take off the anti-sway strap.



Saris Freedom-SuperClamp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry, we're going to do a test fit of the Saris Freedom Super Clamp 2 Bike Rack Platform Style, part number SA4025. We have a bike on our rack, and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I would like to just show you a few features of it. How we have our bike connected to our rack itself . We have here up front and in back our wheel frame hooks. To engage them we just want to press down. To disengage we're going to lift up, and we can press this button here also to push out.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Toyota Camry - Curt

On this 2013 Toyota Camry, we're going to review and install the Curt Class inch and a quarter receiver hitch, part number C12107. This is what the hitch looks like when installed on our Camry. Now you notice that the body of the hitch does sit below the edge of the bumper due to the construction of the vehicle. On the end of the receiver we have a nice reinforcement built into the end of it. This also uses a half inch hitch pin or your favorite locking pin. The hitch does come with a standard pin and clip.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry we're going to do a test fit of the Thule Vertex 4 Bike Rack, hanging style. Part number TH9029XT. Now I have a bike on our rack and we have a rack hooked to our vehicle. I'd like to just show you a few features. The first feature I'd like to show you is how our bike is connected to our bike rack itself. We have a total of three straps. Two up top.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars. Part number for our crossbars today is RRVA126B-2. For our foot pack, we're using RRRLKVA, and for our fit kit, we're using DK028. Now we already have our front bar on. We've got one of our foot packs on our back bar, which, let me show you this last one and then how to install it onto your vehicle. The first thing we'll do is take our foot pack here, and we're just going to undo this bolt and set it off to the side. Now we can take our clamp, place it onto our foot pack, and then tighten down that clamp into that foot pack, just enough so that it doesn't slip out. That's going to stay in place there as well. Then we'll take off the bottom portion here, and we want this arrow to face out on the outside of the foot pack.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2006 Toyota Camry, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Mountain Trail Rooftop Bike Rack. That part number is RBC035. We already have our bike strapped down. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll talk about how we strap our bike rack to our crossbars. We've got a regular ratcheting strap here in the back. We're just going to lift and remove that. Then, in the front, we have a locking skewer 00:00:28.



Yakima HoldUp Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Yakima HoldUp for 1-1/4" hitches. This is a 2-bike rack, part number Y02445. As you can see, we already have a bike already loaded up on to our rack. So, you can get an idea of what it would look like with yours on there. The first thing we're going to do is show you the tilt feature. There's a red knob here at the base of the mast.



Yakima RidgeBack Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry we're going to be taking a look at the Yakima RidgeBack, part number Y20458. As you can see we already have a bike loaded onto our rack so you can get an idea of what it would look like with yours. To start off, we'll go over how it's attached to our rack. It has three zip strips, and these are just ratcheting straps that you'll release by these two gray levers on either side. Just pull them out. Those will just go over that top frame tube and then there will be one that will go over the down tube of your bike and that will act as an anti-sway strap to limit the movement front to back. Get those out of there, and then we can take our bike off.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry, we're going to be taking a look at the Thule Vertex 4 bike rack, part number TH9029XT. As you can see we already have a bike installed on our rack so you can get an idea of what it'll look like once you have yours up there. So we've got three straps that will attach the bike to a rack, two up top and then one that will go round the down tube, and that will be our anti-sway strap, which keeps most of the movement of the bike from going back and forth, or front to back. We'll go ahead and pull those off, they're just a pliable rubber strap. Once you get those undone just walk your bike off. With that out of the way, we'll reattach our straps so that they are not flying around as we're going down on the road.



SportRack Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today, on our 2012 Toyota Camry, we're going to be taking a look at the SportRack 3-bike rack part number SR2403. As you can see we already have a bike loaded up on our rack to give you an idea how yours will look like up there. To start off, we'll show you how it attaches to our rack. There will be three straps: two on the top tube and then one on the bottom tube here. That'll be your anti-sway strap. So I'll take these two off. That anti-sway strap is nice because it'll prevent your bike from swinging too much back to front so it won't knock into your other bikes or into the back of your vehicle. So just undo those and take our bike off.



Rola 21x55 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry, we going to be taking a look at the Roller Cargo Carrier . Part Number 59507. This Cargo Carrier has a 21 by 55 dimension, that's in inches; and has a 300 lb weight capacity. So we'll start off by giving a few measurements of how this interacts with our Camry. Our closest distance, if this we're to go in too far, its actually going to make contact right here at the bend in our shank; and that's going to be at about 3 inches and 3 quarters, but from our bumper to the front of our Carrier is going to be about 6 and 3 quarters of an inch. The overall distance that we've added to the length of our Camry, would be about 30 and a 1/2 inches and our ground clearance to the bottom back here would be about 14 inches. The Exhaust Exits on the passenger side (and our Carrier does sit a little bit above that), but just in case you are carrying anything that is heat sensitive or perishable; the distance from the end of the exhaust to our Carrier is about a foot and a 1/2 or 12 and a 1/2 inches, so just keep that in mind. We won't have any interference with our Trunk being open, but just so you can see that; you can get in there with your Cargo Carrier installed and there shouldn't be any interference with anything that you might have stacked up on your Carrier. That will do it for our look at the Roller Cargo Carrier for Class Two Hitches . Part Number 59507 on our 2012 Toyota Camry. Let's see how our Carrier did when we had it out on our Test Course. Here you see it out on our Test Course. First we go through the slalom which will show you the side-to-side action, such as making turns or evasive maneuvers. Next we'll show you the alternating speed bumps, which would show the twisting action like you might see going over uneven pavement or hitting a pot-hole, or maybe running over a curb. Last but not least we go over the solid speed bumps which would show you the up-and-down action such as going through a driveway or parking lot. .



Saris Axis Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today, on a 2012 Toyota Camry, we're going to be taking a look at the Saris Axis two-bike rack. Part number SA832. Note, as you can see, we already have a bike installed on a rack, so you can get an idea of what it would look like with your bike. So, we're going to look at how our bike is attached to the rack, first. We have these two straps, up top, and you just release these by pressing down on the lever, there, and pushing the strap out. We'll do the same thing on this side, and then we'll have a third strap, here, on the down-tube of our bike. This acts as an anti-sway strap that limits the movement of our bike, front to back.



Rhino Rack Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2012 Toyota Camry

Today, on our 2012 Toyota Camry, we're going to be taking a look at the Rhino-Rack four bike rack, part number RBC044. As you can see, we already have a bike installed on it so you can get an idea what it'll look like with your bike. To start off, we'll show you how to attach, or take off, in this case. It's attached with three straps. There'll be two up top that'll go over you frame tube and one that'll go around the down post. That'll be your anti-sway strap.





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 just what you need. I recommend the RhinoEXTREME RV Sewer Hoses w Swivel Fittings, part # CAM39867. This comes with two 10-foot long hoses. You can use them together for a 20 foot long sewer hose or use just one hose for a 10-foot. This system also comes with a 4-in-1 adapter that will fit any size inlet at the dump station. The system also comes with 4 storage caps for the hoses.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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 went down to our show room and measured a Thule T2, # TH9044. It is approximately 38 inches long from the end of the shank to the end of the furthest platform. It is approximately 54 inches wide. When the arms down, the height will not be a factor. You can compare these dimensions to the space in your trunk. If you are looking for a bike rack that will fit the hitches that are available for the 2007 Toyota Camry, the version of the T2 you have referenced, # TH9044, will not...
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  • Since you expressed concern about scratching the vehicle, I'd recommend going with the hitch mounted bike rack option. Why take the risk of scratching your brand new car? The Draw-Tite Class II hitch, part # 36540 would be your most economical choice. All the hitches for your vehicle are similar in design, they share the same install procedure and are of the same level of quality. You won't sacrifice anything by choosing the least expensive option. Anytime you have a piece...
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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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  • The Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch, # 90152, will fit on a 2011Toyota Camry with dual exhaust. Take a look at the photo I added for you. You can see that the design of the hitch leaves enough room for the exhaust on both sides of the vehicle. I have also linked instructions and a video for you. At this time there is not a hitch available for the 2011 Toyota Camry SE that does not require bolting to the underside of the spare tire well. If you plan on doing some towing the correct...
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  • The biggest difference between the SportRack EZ Bike Rack part # SR2902LR and the SportRack Bike rack # SR2902 is the # SR2902LR has locking, ratcheting arms that make installing and removing bikes much easier. The # SR2902 uses tightening knobs that will take longer to install and remove bikes and are not locking to act as a theft deterrent. The maximum wheelbase bikes that can be used with these racks is 58 inches.
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  • Since you have a 2010 Toyota Camry SE model, you can use either the Draw-Tite Hitch, # 36416, or the Hidden hitch # 90152. For either of these hitches, you will not have to trim the rear fascia of the vehicle. I have included a link to the installation details for you. Both hitches share the same instructions. I have also included a link to a video showing a typical installation. The main difference between the two is that the Hidden Hitch comes with a ball mount, pin and clip....
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  • For a hitch on your 2008 Toyota Camry XLE I would recommend a Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch, part # 90152. This includes the only drawbar recommended plus a pin and clip. I attached installation instructions and an installation video for this product also. The Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring, part # 118405, would be the correct trailer wiring for your vehicle. I attached installation instructions for this product also. For a hitch ball I would recommend the Hitch Ball with...
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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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  • Swagman does not recommend using their G10, part # S64681 on the rear of an RV because the folding mechanism that allows the rack to fold up against the rear of the tow vehicle simply is not strong enough to deal with the additional jarring experienced when a rack is installed at the rear of a motor home or fifth wheel. The folding mechanism is plenty strong enough for use on a passenger vehicle, but on a motorhome additional bouncing is caused by the greater distance between...
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  • Yes, we do have a hitch that will fit your 2008 Toyota Camry SE V6, but the item you selected, Curt Trailer Hitch, part # 12343, will not fit the SE model of the Camry. I would recommend the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver, part # 36416, which is a Class II 1-1/4 Inch Hitch. To complete your towing setup you may be interested in the following: Draw-Tite Ball Mount, part # 36071 1-7/8 Inch Hitch Ball, part # 19256 2 Inch Hitch Ball, part # 19258 Pin and Clip, part # PC2 T-One...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Thule and the hanger bracket replacement parts that you will need for your T2 Platform Style Bike Carrier, # TH917XTR, are listed below. Top Hanger Bracket # 853-5952 Qty 1 Bottom Hanger Bracket # 753-3584 Qty 1 M8 x 1.25 x 25 mm Bolt # 853-5976 Qty 4 Replacement Washer # 951081654 Qty 8
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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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  • We offer a Hidden Hitch or a Draw-Tite Class II hitch for your 2011 Camry SE. If you are planning on possibly doing some light duty towing in the future, the Hidden Hitch # 90152 would be a good choice, as it includes the ball mount and the pin and clip. You'll also need a wiring harness # 118482 and the appropriately-sized trailer ball like # 19256 for a 1-7/8 inch ball or # 19258 for a 2 inch. If all you're wanting to use the hitch for is an attachment point for a bike rack...
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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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