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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Scion xB - Curt
All right, today is the 2014 Scion XB. We're going to show you a curt class 2 instaquarter receiver hitch, part number C12490. All right, this is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on our Scion. As you can see, there's not much to see. All right, you can see right off the bat there's a nice collar around the edge of the receiver opening, and tucks up right up against the bumper, and yes, it does make contact, but just barely. Okay, just behind it, we get two generous loops for your safety chains, and this can use a 1/2 inch hitch pin or your favorite locking pin. Okay, and basically, all you see is a tube on back, and the rest of the hitch body, which is a square tube is actually all hidden behind the bumper. And when it reaches up to the frame on the vehicle, this all uses existing trailer holes, so there's no drilling required on this. Okay, now, this has a 350 pound tongue weighting, which is the weight that pulls down on the hitch.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 Scion xB - Draw-Tite
Today on our 2012 Scion XB we'll be installing the Draw-Tite Hitch, part number 24815. This is what it looks like once our hitch is installed. Next, we'll 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 pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 3 inches, from the top of the receiver tube to the ground is 11-1/4 inches. This will assist you with selecting accessories such as a bike rack or a cargo carrier. Now let's go ahead with the installation.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 Scion xB - Curt
Today on this 2009 Scion xB we will be installing trailer hitch part number 12490 from Curt. Okay we are underneath the vehicle and we are taking a look at the passenger-side frame rail. I am going to go ahead and point out the mounting locations for the trailer hitch. As you can see here at the end of the frame rail we have got three existing weld nuts, and we are going to be using those as our attaching points. We will be taking the 12 millimeter bolts and conical tooth washers that are provided with our installation kit and threading them directly in there.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2008 Scion XB - Curt
Today we are going to install part number 12490 from Curt. And we are going to install this hitch on a 2008 Scion XB. First we will show you how this hitch installs on the vehicle. It is going to install on these three holes that are existing in the frame right now, and they are threaded. On some older vehicles, you may have to clean those out with a wire brush and some high lubricant - or, in worst-case scenario, a thread tap. Also what we are going to have to do is take down our exhaust. Spray down this hanger here with some lubricant and then slide it off. And you can tell we have already did spray a little bit of that. That will lower the muffler out of our way so we can get our work done. And then on the drivers side, this tie-down bracket will have to come off and stay off. And the hitch will go back into its place. What you want to do next is go ahead and check the holes. Run a a bolt in there. Make sure they thread in there okay. Like I said, if it is dirty, you may have to take a few steps and clean them out. And once you get everything started and, you know, make sure it looks good and clean, then you can go ahead and install your hitch at this point.
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