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Best 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2013 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2012 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2010 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2009 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2008 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2014 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Best 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today, we are going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2011 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the hidden hitch part number 87412 class three hitch, just like the other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our curt, part number 13367, and finally our Draw-Tite part number 75461. Now, the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be design of the hitch. As you can see, the hidden hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main cross tube. Whereas with the curt, it's kind of been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 Toyota FJ Crusier

Today on our 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, we're going to show you to install the Tekonsha T1 Vehicle Wiring Harness with the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Part number is 118405. Here you can see what the wiring is going to look like when you get it out of the package. It looks like a little bit of a mess, but don't let it intimidate you. What we're going to have would be our yellow wire, and our red and brown wire. These are going to go over behind the driver side tail light housing.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Hidden Hitch custom fit class three trailer hitch receiver. This has the 2" by 2" opening. Its part number is 87412. Now here's what the hitch is going to look like installed. Really clean look. All you're going to see is the receiver tube there.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Draw-Tite Max-Frame trailer hitch receiver. This is a custom fit class three receiver hitch with a 2" by 2" opening. Its part number is 75461. Here's what the hitch is going to look like installed. Really clean look. All you're going to see is the receiver tube there.



Best 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2007 FJ Cruiser. The most popular we offer is the Hidden Hitch, part number 87412, class three hitch just like to other ones we've got here. Next most popular is going to be our CURT, part number 13367. Finally, our Draw-Tite, part number 75461. Now the first noticeable difference we're really going to see here is going to be the design of the hitch. As you can see, the Hidden Hitch and the Draw-Tite, which are the exact same hitch, they're going to have a long receiver tube that comes out from our main crosstube, whereas with the CURT it's been built in or engineered into the hitch. Our connection points sit further back.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Today on our 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, were going to be installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with the 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector. This is part number C55567. Here's the wiring harness that were going to be putting in the vehicle. The side with the double T-connectors, this is going to go over to the driver side. This is where were going to pick up our running lights, our break lights and our blinkers. Weve also got a white ground wire.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Curt

Today on our 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Curt Custom Fit Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver, which offers a two inch opening. It's part number is 13367. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once we get it installed. Nice, clean, stout looking hitch. For an FJ Cruiser, it gives it a really nice, good, clean look. One of the first things you notice is how far back the hitch pin hole is going to be, right here. The hitch pin hole is actually out past the edge of the bumper and not too much room to clear to get bike racks and things like that.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Video

Today, on our 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ trailer brake controller, part #TK90160. Today we'll also be using the wiring kit #ETBC7. Now with our new Tekonsha Primus IQ brake controller on our vehicle, we have our trailer hooked up and you'll see there's a C on there, that means it's connected. You have your manual override here as you can see, it'll send a signal to your brakes, the dial on the side let's you adjust the setting on your brake controller so you can tailor it to your breaking needs.Another nice feature about this Primus IQ brake controller is the button on top that turns on the boost, you can change the boost number and it's going to change how aggressive it gets up to that stopping number. Just like that we can go ahead and hit the road. Now to start our install, we'll go ahead and take the bracket that holds our 7-way plug here as you see, our hitch has a mounting bracket on already, we'll go ahead and mount our 7 light bracket to that.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Today on our 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser we'll be installing the Tow Ready T-One vehicle wiring harness with 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number 118405. To begin with we'll go ahead and open up the rear hatch on the FJ Cruiser. Next we'll go ahead and locate the three hatch covers that we'll need to remove. There's two compartment covers that need to be removed on the driver side, the light cover and the jack cover. Now on the passenger side here's where the cover will be remembered. Now that we have all the covers remembered now we'll go ahead and remove the threshold and the lower part of the rear door opening. There are five screws that hold this in place as well as some tabs that you'll need to pull up once the screws are removed.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Today on our 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ trailer Brake Controller, part number TK90160. In order to install our brake controller, we're also going to need to install the E-Trailer Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controllers, part number ETBC7. We're going to first begin our installation by opening up the rear hatch of the vehicle. Next, we'll need to get into this pocket right here, as this vehicle already has four flat wiring installed on it. We're going to need to route this four flat wiring down underneath the vehicle. To do that, there's two rubber grommets behind this panel here that we'll route our wiring through. We're going to need to remove this rubber grommet right here as well as one from underneath. Here on the driver's side, we need to remove this rubber plug right here.



Husky Liners Classic Custom Front Floor Liners Review - 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Today, it's 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser. We're going to review and install part number, HL35961. This is the husky liners classic custom or floor liners for front seat. Now, these set of floor liners is designed for vehicles with automatic transmission. inaudible 00:00:17 part number for manual transmission and that is HL35981. Okay, let's go ahead and take a quick look at some of the shapes and features. You can see how it reaches up and over and not to the contour floor right in front of the rails of the front seat. It has raised edge that continues long after it and it covers the threshold between the plastic and the lowest part of the floor. Plus, it also has a raised edge 00:00:41 that helps keep anything wet from going all the way through. Big up towards the front here, you could see how it covers up the foot rest as well.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Today on our 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser we'll be installing the Towready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness, part number 118405. We'll go ahead and show you how to use the new 4-pull connector. We'll simply take it, run it to the center of the vehicle and out, and we'll simply close the rear cargo door on the wire. Then we can go ahead and pull out the 4-pull wire as necessary to go down to the hitch of accessory. Then, once we're finished using our new 4-pull wire, we'll simply roll it up and store it behind the jack. To begin our install, we can go ahead and take out the removable panel that covers the jack storage compartment. Next, we'll go ahead and remove the 5 fasteners that secure the threshold in place.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser, well be installing hidden hitch part number 87412. This is what our hitch will look like once it is installed. Next, well go ahead and give you a couple of measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pinhole, the outermost edge of the rear mounted spare tire is 8-3/4 inches. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 18-1/2 inches. This will assist you in selecting accessories such as a ball mount, a bike rack, or cargo carrier.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Draw-Tite

Today, on our 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser we will be installing the Draw-Tite hitch part #75461. This is what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Next, we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you in selecting accessories for your new hitch. On the center of the hitch pin hole, the outermost edge of the rear-mounted spare tire is eight and three-quarter inches. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is eighteen and one-half inches. This will assist you with selecting accessories such as a ball mount, a bike rack or a cargo carrier.





Toyota FJ Cruiser Questions

  • The Karrier ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire, # AM10244, will fit on a 15x5.5 inch wheel. It has a maximum load rating of 1,820 lbs. at 50 psi and an overall diameter of 27.3 inches. The overall width is 8.1 inches. I would not recommend installing the Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire, # AM10256, on a rim width of 5.5 inches. The minimum rim width for that size tire is 6 inches. If you try to squeeze that size tire on a narrower wheel than what is recommended, it will...
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  • If the trailer you are planning on towing does not have electric brakes and you simply need to provide a lighting connection for the trailer, you can very easily convert your existing 4-pole to a 7-way by using a 4 to 7-Way Adapter, part # 37185. If the trailer has electric brakes, you will need a brake controller to actuate them. I would recommend the Tekonsha P2, part # 90885. The P2 is very user friendly and the initial set up is simple. You will need the Brake Controller...
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  • I believe I have a solution for you but most likely the 32x48 Pro Series Solo Steel Cargo Carrier # PS1040100 that you referenced would interfere with your door opening due to the 4 inches of rise the shank has. You should check out the Rola Hitch Cargo Carrier # 59502. We have a number of FJ Cruiser owners who have used this cargo carrier without any interference with the back door. I attached a couple pictures of this carrier being used on FJ Cruisers for you to check out...
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  • First, as long as the gross trailer weight and hitch weight are within the capacities of your 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser then it will be fine. Check your vehicle owners manual to make sure it is compatible with weight distribution. I know that many trailer dealerships will sell and install some . . . lesser quality weight distribution systems. They work but they do not work as well as other systems. So to at least take a look at your options I can go over some different models...
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  • You would choose a side wind or top wind jack based on several factors. Each has its advantages. If clearance is an issue for the radius of a top wind, then you would choose a side wind. The opposite is also true. It is my experience that a side winding jack is easier to turn. However, if the tongue is low to the ground a top wind would be a better option because you would not have to bend down as much and it would not be as awkward to turn. A side winding jack normally has...
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  • For your 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser you can use any of three types of universal-fit towing mirror that can be seen on the link provided. These come in several types: clip-on, door-mount and fender-mount. These are not vehicle-specific but rather are designed to fit the broadest possible range of vehicles. A good cost-effective option is the CIPA Clip-On Towing Mirror # 7070. This is sold as a single unit, so you will need two to equip both driver- and passenger-side mirrors on...
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  • The Titan Flexible Brake Line Tubing Clip # T0776400 installs to your trailer's frame along with a mating bracket, part # T0776300. Bracket part # T0776300 bolts on to your trailer frame (hardware not supplied) and the clip portion then attaches to the bracket and holds the end of the brake line fitting.
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  • That is a tough one, I can usually come up with some sort of recommendation but this one has me stumped. Any spare tire bike rack, see link, is going to use the same mounting location as your backup camera is using and any hitch mounted bike rack is going to block the view of the camera. The only way I can see that bikes could be carried with your 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser would be to use a Front Mount Trailer Hitch, item # 31367, and a bike rack like the Swagman XC2 Wheel Mount...
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  • In order to add brakes to an axle that does not have brakes you will need a few things. I have attached a helpful article that explains what is needed to add electric brakes to an axle you can check out. The first thing we need to know is the weight capacity of your axle. This can normally be found on a plate or a sticker on the axle. If you do not have a brake mounting flange on the spindles, those will have to be welded to the spindles. This should be done by a professional...
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  • There's no mention of having to remove any skid plates to install the Curt hitch part # 13367 on your 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser so the best recommendation I can make for you since it sounds like the skid plate you have isn't standard equipment is to check out the install video and pictures I attached and compare them to your skid plate to see if you would have to remove it.
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  • What you will need is the 4 and 7 Way Installation Kit, # ETBC7. This kit comes with everything you will need to add a 7-Way and 4-Way trailer connector to your 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser. It also provides some parts for a brake controller. If you have a trailer that requires a 7-Way connector, it probably has electric brakes and you may want to consider a brake controller. I have included a link to an FAQ article and a link to a video that explains the installation of an ETBC7...
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  • I recommend first installing a trailer hitch on the back of your Rpod, and then a hitch mounted bike carrier. The trailer hitch I recommend is the Curt Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch, part # 13703. This will work with RVs that have a frame width between 22 and 72 inches. The hitch can be bolted on or welded on. The bike carrier I recommend is the Let's Go Aero VeeMe V2 2-Bike Rack, part # VME-V2. This rack is RV rated and has a weight capacity of 50-lbs per bike. This...
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  • Anytime the trailer weight is at least 50 percent of the vehicle weight OR if the vehicle sags at the back with the trailer connected, you would benefit from a weight distribution system. To determine the correct system for your application you will need to know the total tongue weight. The total tongue weight can be calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, loaded and ready to tow, then add to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow...
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  • Yes, indeed! We can help you select a 2-inch hitch-mount bike rack for use on your 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser with rear-mounted spare tire. We offer a range of 4-bike hitch racks that will fit the 2-inch Class III hitch on your FJ. First, you will want to take one simple measurement of the vehicle. Measure from the center of the hitch pin hole to the rear-most part of the vehicle; in your case this will likely be the spare tire cover. The linked article illustrates how to take...
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  • We offer two different trailer hitch receivers for your 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser (so long as it does not have the auxiliary fuel tank option), the Draw-Tite # 75461 and the Curt # 13367. Both offer the same 2-inch receiver opening, 500-lb tongue weight rating and 5000-lb tow rating. Both install without drilling or welding required. I have included a link to the hitch page for your FJ Cruiser where you can see these products. Installation videos are included. It is not advisable...
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  • Thank you for the extensive measurements you have provided. That will help out a lot in determining cargo carrier fit. Based on the measurements, we do have a few cargo carriers that will fit, but the GearCage, # HCK642, will not fit. The problem is that the spare tire will make contact with the cargo carrier rails, and the ramp may not be able to shut properly. Instead, I recommend a carrier that will extend out beyond the spare tire so the tire is not an issue. Take a look...
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  • According to the owners manual for the 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser the maximum towing capacity of the vehicle is 5,000 pounds so you would not be able to tow the tiny house with that particular vehicle. I recommend renting a 1-ton truck (Ford F-350, Chevy/GMC 3500, Ram 3500) but make sure to verify the towing capacity and tongue weight capacity with the rental agency before renting it.
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  • When we installed a Hidden Hitch # 87412 or a Draw-Tite # 75461 on a Toyota FJ Cruiser, we discovered that the hitch pin hole to furthest rearward point of spare tire dimension is 9 inches, which means that the bike rack used would need to a have hitch pin hole to closest portion of the rack dimension greater than 9 inches. In this instance, the Kuat Beta would not fit. You will need to measure the clearance needed, as outlined in the FAQ article I have linked you to. The FAQ...
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  • We do have a solution for you, however, Yakima states that the SkyBox 21 Cargo Box, # Y07337, will not fit directly on the factory roof rack of your 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser. First, you will want to install the Yakima RailGrab Roof Rack, # Y00409 and # Y00138. This will provide crossbars that the SkyBox 21 cargo box will mount to. I have attached the installation instructions as well as an installation video of this roof rack for you to check out. You will notice that the vehicle...
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  • To convert the 4-way connector to a 7-way on your 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser, you could just install the item you selected, Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole, part # 37185, and just connect the 4-way, the Black power wire and White ground wire of part # 37185. Since the Tekonsha Prodigy RF Brake Controller, part # 90250, is wireless, it only needs the Black wire, which is a 12 volt power supply. The light functions of the trailer will be connected through your existing 4-way which will plug...
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