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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 Toyota Corolla - Curt

Today on our 2012 Toyota Corolla we'll be installing the Curt hitch, part number C11295. This is what our hitch will look once it's installed. Next we'll go ahead and give you a couple of measurements to assist you when selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outer most edge of the bumper is 5 1/4 inches. From the top of the inside of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 10 inches. This will assist when selecting accessories such as a bike rack or a cargo carrier.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2011 Toyota Corolla, well be installing the Curt Class 1 Hitch part number 11266. Here are a few measurements to help you with selecting accessories. From the center of the hitch pinhole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 6 inches. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground is 11 inches. Now well go ahead with our installation. To begin, well locate our attachment points.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Toyota Corolla

Today on this 2011 Toyota Corolla, we are going to install part number 24814 from Draw-Tite. This will also apply to part number 60200 from Hidden Hitch. OK this is what the hitch looks like when it is installed on a vehicle. Next we will give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outside edge of the bumper is going to be 3-3/4 inches and from the top of the receiver opening, down to the ground will be 12 inches. Now we will go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. We can go ahead and show you where the hitch is going to mount up to the car.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2008 Toyota Corolla

Today on this 2008 Toyota Corolla S we are going to install part number 11266 from Curt. This hitch is going to be relatively easy to install. There are four holes that are threaded in the frame. These two are on the passenger side of the vehicle. Over here on the driver's side it is going to be an identical set up. :20





Toyota Corolla Trailer Hitch Questions and Answers


  • What Size Fasteners are Used to Install a Draw Tite Hitch on a 2010 Toyota Corolla
  • The bolts included with the hitch # 24913 are M12-1.25x30 mm. Most likely you have the correct hardware and the weld nuts just need further cleaning. Cleaning weldnuts out on a vehicle in order to install a trailer hitch takes a lot of time and elbow grease. Basically the weldnuts may appear to be clean but getting all of the grime out can take longer than you might think. Make sure you are use a lubricant like WD-40 or PB Blaster. Check out he video and FAQ article I attached to...
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  • Using Hitch Adapter to Carry 2 Inch Bike Rack in Class I Hitch on 2014 Toyota Corolla
  • Using an adapter like the # HTAD you mentioned is certainly an option. However, using an adapter will cut your tongue weight capacity (maximum amount of weight that can safely be suspended from the hitch) by 50 percent. Instead of a 200 lb tongue weight capacity, using the adapter will lower it to 100 lbs. This means that the bike rack and the two bikes carried on it can weigh no more than 100 lbs. The # HTAD and other adapters are not threaded for an anti-rattle device. Ideally, you'd...
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  • Hitch Recommendation for a 2012 Toyota Corolla S
  • I checked with Curt and the Curt Hitch part # C11265 that you referenced is confirmed to fit all model 2012 Toyota Corollas so it would work on your S model. I attached an install video for you to check out as well. For trailer wiring you would want the Curt Wiring Harness part # 55542, ball mount # C45521, 1-7/8 inch ball part # 19256, 2 inch ball part # 19258.
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  • Receiver Hitch Recommendation for a 2008 Toyota Corolla LE
  • You are correct, the Curt, Draw-Tite, and Hidden Hitch receiver hitches all look very similar and also offer the same weight capacities. Draw-Tite and Hidden Hitch are actually sister companies so their hitches are pretty close to identical. The biggest difference between the three brands of receiver hitches for your 2008 Toyota Corolla is the fact that the Curt, # C11265, requires the use of stabilizing straps, # 18050, for all non-trailer loads like bike racks, cargo carriers and so...
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  • 4-Bike Platform Carriers for 1-1/4-Inch Trailer Hitch on 2004 Toyota Corolla
  • All of the 1-1/4-inch trailer hitches offered for your 2004 Toyota Corolla, such as # 24814, are light duty Class I types that are limited to use with a 2-bike rack only. This limitation has to do with the vehicle's frame structure and how much tongue weight it can support without damage. Even if you were to select an ultra-light hanging style rack (generally these are lighter than the platform type) you would still be limited to carrying 2 bikes on any Class I hitch offered for your vehicle. I...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Wiring Harness for Towing Small Utility Trailer With 2014 Toyota Corolla
  • The Curt Class I hitch, part # C112653 would not require removal of the appearance panel on the bottom of the vehicle or trimming or other alteration of the bumper fascia. It will require that the tow hooks be removed. The ball mount and pin and clip are included, but the 1-7/8 inch trailer ball # 19256 or the 2 inch ball # 19258 are sold separately. Curt offers a plug and play trailer wiring harness that's compatible with your Corolla, part # C56194. You can see the installation...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch For 2005 Toyota Corolla
  • Many times there are no changes to the frame for several years when vehicles are manufactured. That allows hitch manufacturers to make the same hitch for that same period of time. The installation video we have for a 2013 Corolla would be very similar to the installation on your 2005. I recommend the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch, part # 24913. This Class l hitch has a 1-1/4 inch receiver opening, and includes a ball mount, pin and clip. If you need a 1-7/8 inch ball for the hitch I recommend...
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  • Comparing Draw-Tite and Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitches for a 2005 Toyota Corolla
  • Draw-Tite Class I and II trailer hitches from us do not come with the ball mount, pin, and clip. The Hidden Hitch models do (Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite are sister companies). This also accounts for the weight difference. We also put the hitches in a special box when we ship them. Hidden Hitch # 60200 is the same hitch ad Draw-Tite # 24814. They even share the same instructions for installation on your 2005 Toyota Corolla, linked for you to view. I have also linked a video showing installation...
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  • How Visible are the Available Hitches for the 2014 Toyota Corolla
  • Honestly, all of the hitches that are available for your 2014 Toyota Corolla will be just as visible as the next. The round crosstube of the hitch and the hitch opening will be visible but out of plain sight. The reason the Hidden Hitch part # 60345 costs more than the other hitches is because it comes with a ball mount and a pin and clip. If you don't plan on doing any towing and only plan on carrying bike racks then this would not be the best option for you. The Draw Tite #...
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  • Does Draw-Tite Class I Trailer Hitch Receiver # 24913 Include Ball Mount, Pin and Clip
  • You are correct that the Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver # 24913 includes a ball mount, hitch pin and clip. Also the Hidden Hitch receiver # 60345 for your 2014 Toyota Corolla includes these same components. The Curt hitch # C11265 includes the pin and clip, but not the ball mount. Please note that the availability of hitches for any given vehicle does not necessarily mean that vehicle can tow a trailer. I was not able to verify any tow rating for your Corolla. Your owners...
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  • Can a 2013 Toyota Corolla Tow a Motorcycle on a Trailer Weighing a Combined 775 Pounds
  • The Draw-Tite trailer hitch # 24814 for your 2013 Toyota Corolla has a tongue weight capacity of 200 pounds and gross trailer weight capacity of 2,000 pounds. The hitch capacity is more than enough for the weight of the trailer when loaded with the bike. What you will need to look at is the towing capacity of the vehicle. This information should be in the owners manual. According to Toyota the 2013 Corolla has a gross trailer weight capacity of 1,500 pounds. I did not see a tongue weight...
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  • Trailer Hitch for a 2002 Toyota Corolla for Use with a Swagman XC Platform Bike Rack
  • The Swagman XC bike rack # S64650 fits both 1-1/4 inch and 2 inch trailer hitches (Class I, II, and III). Curt trailer hitch # C111813 is a Class I trailer hitch with a 1-1/4 inch receiver so the two are compatible. If you are not going to use the hitch for towing then I recommend going with # C11181 because the hitch you referenced, even though it is the same hitch, comes with a ball mount. If you will not be towing there is no need for the ball mount. Both of these hitches require...
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  • Installing a Trailer Hitch in a 2002 Toyota Corolla that Does Not have Weld Nuts in the Frame
  • It is possible that your 2002 Toyota Corolla does not have weld nuts in the frame. You may be able to feel the hole (center hole, top) to determine if there are threads. If there are then they should be 12mm. If there are no weld nuts then you will need to drill a 1 inch access hole on the bottom of the frame to insert the blocks and bolts and attach the 7/16 nuts. If you look at the installation instructions linked to the right, the method for installing the hitch if the vehicle...
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  • Height Measurements of Curt Trailer Hitch 11266 for a 2003 Toyota Corolla
  • If the bumper on your 2003 Toyota Corolla is damaged because the vehicle was in an accident then you will want to have it inspected before trying to install a trailer hitch. There could be unseen damage to the frame or mounting locations that will prohibit installation of a trailer hitch and/or make it unsafe to use. I went to the warehouse and took some measurements of hitch # C11266. You will need to look at the linked instructions for where the hitch mounts on the vehicle to compare...
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  • What Mounting Hardware Is Included with the Curt Class I Trailer Hitch # C11266
  • The required hardware for the Curt Class I Trailer Hitch, # C11266, is four M12-1.25 x 30mm Grade 8 hex bolts and four 1/2 inch conical toothed washers. Curt states that only their hardware should be used with this hitch because that is the only hardware that it has been tested with. For a complete replacement hardware kit for this hitch, you can use part # RHK. I have attached a link to this product page for you. Once you are on the product page, simply enter the part number of your...
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  • Hitch and Roof Rack Recommendations for 2013 Toyota Corolla
  • You would need to start with the hitch. I would recommend the Curt Class I receiver, part # 11266. Although the hitch has a towing capacity of 2000 lbs, my research indicates that the Corolla is limited to towing 1500 lbs. Therefore, you will need to ensure that the fully loaded weight of your trailer does not exceed 1500 lbs. You will also need the appropriately sized trailer ball for your coupler, part # 19256 for a 1-7/8 inch ball or # 19258 for a 2 inch ball. You will also need...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 1993 Toyota Corolla Wagon
  • We do have a trailer hitch for the 1993 Toyota Corolla wagon, but the Draw-Tite hitch will not fit. The hitch that does fit is Curt trailer hitch # 11283. This trailer hitch comes with a ball mount, hitch pin and clip. If you will be doing some towing, you will also need a ball like # 19256 for a 1-7/8 inch diameter or # 19258 for a 2 inch diameter. For trailer wiring use # 119178KIT. I have included instruction links for the wiring and hitch for you. If you will be using the hitch...
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  • Rhode Gear Hitch Mounted Bike Rack Availability For a 1997 Toyota Corolla
  • If your 1997 Toyota Corolla has a Class I trailer hitch, then the Rhode Gear Highway 2 Bike Rack, # RG8015220, will fit. This bike rack is economically priced and one of our most popular bike racks. This rack also has a tilt-away feature that will allow you to access your trunk without having to remove the rack. If you will be carrying any womens, childrens or alternative bike frames, then you will also want the Yakima Tube Top Adapter Bar, # Y02531, to keep the bikes stable during the...
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  • Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 24579 Comes with Different Sized Bolts for a 1999 Toyota Corolla
  • If your 1999 Toyota Corolla has factory weldnuts in the frame, see instructions, make sure you are using the large 12 mm bolts. The Draw-Tite hitch comes with different bolts for different configurations that were available on the vehicle. Without carriage bolts, you would use the smaller 7/16 inch carriage bolts, square block, and washers. If you are missing any of the hardware you can get a replacement hardware kit, # RHK. Just enter the hitch number and manufacturer where indicated...
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  • How to Determine if Curt Trailer Hitch # 11227 Will Fit a 1989 Toyota Corolla
  • First, you will need to make sure that your 1989 Toyota Corolla has 2 sets of 12mm threaded holes on the bottom and side (towards the front of the vehicle) of the bumper beam. Given the age of the vehicle, the holes are probably a bit corroded. If you find you do have the holes, you will need to clean them out so the bolts for the hitch will fit. I have included a link to a video showing how to clean them out for you to view. I have incldued a link to the installation instructions Curt...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2004 Toyota Corolla S
  • The Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch, # 24814, is designed to fit the 2004 Toyota Corolla, sedan models. If you look at the pictures on the product page, we actually show the hitch installed on an S model. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. If you plan on doing some towing, the recommended ball mount is # 3593 and you can use pin and clip # PC2. For a ball, use # 19256 (1-7/8 inch diameter) or # 19258 (2 inch diameter). And for trailer wiring, use # 55542....
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  • Installation Tips and Bolt Thread Size for the Curt Trailer Hitch # 11227 on a 1992 Toyota Corolla
  • The bolts included with the Curt Trailer Hitch # 11227 are M12 - 1.25 x 40mm hex. All of the hardware included with this hitch is listed in the installation instructions, see link. On older vehicles it is a good idea to clean the threads with a wire brush, see video demonstration. The Battery Post and Terminal Cleaner, # DW00254, is a good choice for this purpose. Since your vehicle is a 1992 model, you may need to use a tap or make one. Using a identically sized bolt you can create...
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  • Will Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch # 60200 Fit a 2010 Toyota Corolla S
  • Both the Draw-Tite Hitch, # 24814, and the Hidden Hitch, # 60200, install exactly the same way and have the same design. They even share the same set of instructions, linked for you to view. According to the instructions there should be no trimming involved and it should fit below the rear fascia. It will look just like the Draw-Tite when installed which you can view on the product page for # 24814. The Hidden Hitch comes with the ball mount, pin and clip. For a ball, use # 19256 (1-7/8...
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for a Motorized Bike on a 2006 Toyota Corolla
  • You can definitely use the Draw-Tite Class I Sport Frame Hitch, # 24814, on your 2006 Toyota Corolla, and carry a bike rack. The concern will be the weight of the motorized bike. With a 70 lb bike you will be limited to one bike and that bike will need to be positioned as close to the rear of the vehicle as possible, to lessen the amount of torque placed on the hitch. Bike racks are designed for even weight distribution so adding another bike could possibly damage the bike rack, hitch or...
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  • How Much Towing Capacity do you Lose if You Use a Hitch Adapter/Extender
  • The generally accepted rule for hitch adapters is that you will lose 50 percent of your towing capacities if you use one. So if you used one on the Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch, part # 24814, that you referenced the weight capacity would be cut from 2,000 total weight capacity and 200 tongue weight down to 1,000 total weight and 100 lbs tongue weight. I attached installation instructions for the # 24814 below for you to check out. I attached a link to an FAQ article on hitch...
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  • Left Hand Mounting Bracket Orientation for the Curt Class I Trailer Hitch # 11266 on a 2010 Corolla
  • I spoke with my technical contact at Curt Manufacturing and he stated that the orientation of the left (drivers side) bracket on the Curt Class I Trailer Hitch, item # 11266, is just how engineering designed the hitch. Engineering did not note why the bracket is reversed on the round tube hitch. Installation will not be harder or easier than installing the Curt Class I Hitch, item # C11295, on the 2010 Toyota Corolla Sedan. We have a video installation for you to review, see link. Both...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch to Tow a Golf Cart with a 2009 Toyota Corolla
  • The Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver, # 24814, has a tongue weight capacity of 200 pounds and a gross trailer weight capacity of 2,000 pounds. As long as the combined weight of the trailer and the golf cart is less than that, then you will be able to tow it with your 2009 Toyota Corolla. The weight of the trailer should be on a sticker or plate on the frame and the weight of the cart should be in the owners manual or obtainable from the manufacturer. The tongue weight of a...
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  • Can I Install the Hitch from My 1997 Toyota Corolla onto my 2004 Carolla
  • To put a hitch on your 2004 Toyota Corolla Sedan you would need a Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch for the Toyota Corolla, 2004, part # 60200. If your newer Corolla was from the years 1993-2002 you could reuse the hitch from your 1997 Corolla, but the 2004 has a differently designed frame from your 1997 that would not allow you to install the hitch onto your 2004. Here are some other items you may need to complete your towing setup: Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring for the Toyota Corolla,...
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  • Installation of a Trailer Hitch on a 2000 Toyota Corolla 4 Door Sedan without Weld Nuts in Frame
  • The correct hitch for your 2000 Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan is the Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch Receiver with Drawbar - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4 inch, item # 24579. This hitch utilizes existing weld nuts, on the inboard side of the vehicle frame, if present, but also includes hardware if your vehicle does not have the weld nuts in place. We have a video of the, # 24579, hitch being installed on a 1993 Prism that is essentially the same installation as your vehicle. In the case of...
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  • Is there a 2 Inch Trailer Hitch Receiver Available for a 2010 Toyota Corolla
  • All of the available hitches for a 2010 Toyota Corolla have a 1-1/4 inch trailer hitch receiver opening. A 2 inch trailer hitch is not available at this time. You could use a new bike rack but you will have to make sure it is compatible with a Class I, 1-1/4 inch receiver. With a Class I trailer hitch like the Draw-Tite, # 24814, it is recommended to only carry two bikes. I would go with a very light rack so it lessens the chance of exceeding the 200 pound tongue weight capacity of the...
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  • Visibility of Hidden Hitch 60200 on a 2007 Toyota Corolla
  • Most of what is visible is the receiver tube where you would slide the bike rack into the hitch. I have added a link to the hitch instructions that have a drawing of the bumper fascia in relation to the hitch so you can get a better idea of where the hitch sits. Hitches usually do not hurt the resale value of a vehicle, unless it is a sports car like a Mustang or Corvette. There are so many accessories that can be used with a hitch, usually it is a welcome addition. If you decide...
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  • Auxiliary Stabilization Straps for a Bike Rack and a Class I Hitch on a 2007 Toyota Corolla
  • On some Curt hitches, like the part you asked your question on, you will find that warning. These are smaller, lighter hitches that can bend with the use of a bike rack or cargo carrier. The idea is to run a strap from the top of the bike rack upright or the arm to the frame or to the trunk/hatch on the car to prevent it from bending down. We do offer some hitches for your 2007 Toyota Corolla that do not require an auxiliary stabilization strap. The Draw-Tite and Hidden Hitch, part #...
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