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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"
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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from CURT. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 13013 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CURT Trailer Hitch - 13013

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 5000 lbs GTW
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • CURT
  • 500 lbs TW
  • 6000 lbs WD GTW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • 600 lbs WD TW

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.


  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your vehicle
  • Precision, robotic welding maximizes strength and improves fit
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at
  • Gloss black powder coat finish over protective base coat offers superior rust resistance
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately
  • Hitch assembled in the USA, bolts overseas


  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 5,000 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 6,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 500 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 600 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty Technical Support

At we're committed to the products we sell, and to our customers. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are available via both phone and email to address your questions and concerns for the lifetime of your hitch. The technicians at etrailer perform hitch installations on a daily basis, making them a valuable resource for do-it-yourselfers. The one-on-one, personal service you'll receive comes straight from an expert in the towing and automotive field. We've installed it, we've wired it and we've towed with it, so whatever your question, we can answer it.

13013 Curt Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver

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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 13013

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (371 Customer Reviews)

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your vehicle's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant.


It’s great! Easy to install. Instructions are very clear. I always watch several videos and read several articles before I tackle any project. This installation was very clear, precise and straightforward. I did have to lower my spare tire down to get my torque wrench in and also had to ‘push’ the drivers side bumper bracket with some ‘Persuasion‘ but was not hard to figure out. I really appreciate the craftsmanship put into this piece of equipment and I look forward to many years of towing. Thank you etrailer


Arrived a lot sooner than expected. Very pleased with my Curt trailer hitch receiver and the ease of installation.

Still completely satisfied!
Greg - 08/30/2021

2003 Toyota Tacoma

Installed this by my lonesome, on the ground on my 2003 Toyota Tacoma. All went pretty smoothly with the exception of the 2 outer bolts on the bumper. The bumper and the bracket need to be clamped together to pull some of the slack out to get the threads to align. This is no fault of the Hitch, it just spaced the bracket and bumpers a little further apart.

The hitch itself took less than an hour including the removal of the bumper and the brackets. The bumper's outer bolts-well that was a different story. Finally used C-clamps to connect the last 2 bolts. Impact drill with a 1/4 to 1/2" adapter, 6" extension, and 19mm socket helps considerably.

Great product, but if you're going to attempt this by yourself, you're going to need good human body mechanics especially if you're doing it on the ground. Should be an easy install if you have a lift available or some tall car ramps. BTW I'm 68 years old and a 140 lbs.. Only 1 pinched palm spreading the hitch to the frame. Overall a successful install.

[A competitor] wanted $343 plus tax to do the install with the hitch and no harness. Almost $500 with the harness.

Its fine, but Im a year older. Ive installed this on other vehicles Prius and towed across the country. Highly recommended.
Fischer - 09/03/2018

2001 Toyota Tacoma

The unit came w/o the promised hardware (bolts)-the cardboard was ripped open-but they were very quick to get me the hardware. The hardest part of the installation was that the hitch was 1/8" narrower than my frame. It's a 20 year old truck so maybe the frame has moved. Or the hitch was too narrow. Whatever. A few whacks with a sledge hammer (on the hitch) gave me the proper width and with the help of a jack I was able to lift it into place. Probably better to have two people install it. And now it is a great addition to my truck. My old class II was not doing the job and this one is 10x stronger.

Just as expected. Still works just fine
Kevon - 01/18/2022


I received my items relatively quickly with the free shipping. The finish and quality are excellent. Installation went well on my 2004 Tacoma and the reciver is barely noticeable below the bumper. The bed extender looks perfect for carrying our 14 foot kayaks. Thanks etrailer!

1999 Toyota Tacoma

The hitch I ordered arrived in less than a week. The 13013 Curt hitch seems very well made and should be great for moving my existing trailers around with my small Tacoma. I also plan to purchase a small camper and or motorcycle trailer in the future so this hitch will see plenty of action. I did not trust the bumper as a tow device even though it has a hole for a ball. I recently tore the whole truck down and replaced the frame and I just finished painting it with POR-15 which seems rock hard and since the truck is being reassembled now its the perfect time to add the hitch.

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Well made hitch and lights.

two of the same hitches and trailer lights. One was installed on a 2000 Tacoma pickup and one also on a 2001 Tacoma pickup. Took less than one hour to install the trailer lights, and about two hours each time to install the trailer hitch.

Installed everything by myself, but the hitch is better to be done with two people.

Getting the bumper off is easy. I parked the truck under the roof rafter of the house and fastened a big C clamp onto the rafter and tied a rope on the C clamp so I could hoist the bumper off without it falling.

I used a small foot stool to sit the hitch on. The foot stool was the same height as the frame on the truck so the the hitch would slide straight on to the frame.

Both installs had to spread open the side support flat steel on the hitches in order to get them mounted since their tolerance was so tight. Had to bang on the flat metal of the hitch with a big wooden mallet to open them up about 1/4" further so they could be pushed onto the truck frame.

The lights for the trailer was relatively easy to install.

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Product is great. However, box was blown open when delivered and carriage bolt, spacer and flange nut hardware were missing. Had to improvised with hardware I had at home to get the job done.


I have yet to install this hitch. However, I would suggest to the shippers that they should wrap the corners with some packing cushion to prevent the metal from cutting through the cardboard during shipping and scraping the paint off.

2002 Toyota Tacoma

Mounting brackets were about 1/16" too narrow for easy mounting and steel was thick enough to not bend easily. Had to use hydraulic jacks and force into position on frame from below. Otherwise it works 4.0.

Still works great after a year.
Kevin M - 09/02/2020

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Purchased for my 2001 Toyota Tacoma. This is a top quality product that was easy to install. The wiring harness plugged into the stock harness and was easy to install. It is rare a company makes such a great product for a reasonable price. I would recommend this trailer hitch and wiring harness to anybody in the market for one.

2019 Chevrolet Volt

The Hitch needs about 2 hours if mounting by yourself. NOTE: Once I spayed all bolts with WD-40 before I started and once I broke all bolts loose I use my 18 volt impact drill with a 3/8 socket adapter.
I took the advice of someone else post and used a couple of ratchet straps too the rafters to hold the bumper. I removed all 4 bumper bracket bolts from the frame (rear two have bolt and nut front two nut is built in to the frame) and slid it back let it hang. I then forced and or lodged the new hitch on the outside of the frame then I took another set of ratchet strap and ratchetted/pried it into place. I then lined up the four bolts and installed them loosely then I added the two new bolts and keeper plates and tightened them pretty tight. I then removed the 4 bumper bracket bolts (Now worries two new bolts and keeper plates Hold up the new hitch) now everything should be aligned when I pushed the bumper with brackets back in place. That when I realized what I had read about the TABs being tricky… These TABs are on the bumper bracket and they have a slot in them so when you push the bumper in toward the front of the truck they help it line up. But after the New hitch is in place they no longer work the same because the hitch bracket is now in the way. So I ended up tacking the driver’s side (either side would work) bumper mounting bracket off the bumper (Two bolts same size 19 socket) because the TABs now have to go into the slotted holes on both sides of the new hitch. So I lined up the passenger side of the bumper with the TAB in the slot and installed the bumper loosely installed them, slid around the other side lined up the bumper bracket on the frame/New hitch and loosely tightened then I lined up the bumper and reattached it. Then I went around and made sure the alignment was where it was supposed to be and tightened and torqued all now 6 frame/hitch/bumper bracket bolts to spec… I also tightened the two bumper bolt. Note: Don’t forget to reconnect any license plates lights or trailer wires.


I bought this hitch for my 2003 Tacoma and it did not fit my truck- the brackets were the wrong distance apart for my frame. I was able to fix with A LOT of work by bracing one end against the bolts of my deck foundation and using all my weight on the other end. It took many tries to find a way to get enough leverage. My housemates were very amused by the ratchet strap contraptions I built trying to find a way to adjust the width. I was able to get it to fit without cracking the welds, but there was some paint chipping. Unfortunately the entire truck was stolen less than a year later so I'm not sure how well the hitch held up over time, but it worked great for the few months I had it.

Pontiac Trans Sport Van

The trailer hitch arrived mid morning
on December 30, slightly ahead of schedule so that was nice. The e-trailer video made it extremely easy to install. (seeing it done step by sep is a great thing for us do-it-ourselvers).It took my son and I about 1 hour from start to finish. Everything fit exactly as it was supposed to. We are not the greatest of photographers but we've attached a couple of photos. Main purpose for the trailer hitch was to install a bike rack so our son can transport his bikes to and from the trails more efficiently than using an old pallet and bungee cords. Mission accomplished!

Etrailer was absolutely fantastic in terms of immediately letting me know that our first choice was not available until mid January and offering replacement options that were immediately available. Of the options we chose the Curt. It appears to be a very well made piece of equipment with all parts supplied and clear instructions. Delivery and tracking was excellent. Installation, including the helpful video was great. Price was economical. All in all my first experience with etrailer was outstanding! Many businesses would do well to come and see how a first rate business such as yours is run.

2000 Toyota Tacoma

Great product! Very well made, good welds! Easy to install and everything lined up perfectly and 100% bolt on. Didnt have to do any drilling. Will definitely order again!

Great a year later!
David E - 11/07/2020

1997 Toyota Tacoma

So far, pretty good. I have to install it before I give a full review.

It has been working great. Very good quality, perfect fit and simple installation. Wiring kit was easy install has has worked as advertised. I am happy with the both products.
Chris P - 04/23/2022

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Fit just like it should, install was straight forward.


Great looking hitch with a nice finish, works great!

2004 Toyota Tacoma

Perfect fit for my 2004 Tacoma. Installed it myself with no help. However, a helper would have been, uh, helpful since removing the bumper and installing the hitch and reinstalling the bumper is a bit awkward alone due to the weight of them.


1) Before reinstalling the bumper brackets on each side, get the forward-most bolt on each side started through the hitch into the frame weld nuts first. Then install the bumper brackets. The bumper brackets have slots for the front bolts so as long as you leave those bolts loose enough it's much easier to get everything aligned this way.

2) If you have a hitch ball installed in the step bumper already, you may have to remove it before you can get the bumper back on. The etrailer install video shows them leaving the hitch ball on the step bumper but on my truck there wasn't enough space between the receiver and the bumper for the nut on the bottom of the hitch ball.

One year later and still working great. No problems whatsoever.
Tim R - 05/22/2018


First off I watched both YouTube videos, one on the hitch and the other on the wiring. The videos told me what parts I would need to finish the install. Tools: I would suggest a impact wrench or drill. If using a wrench be careful the bolts are on there tight and when they let go you can scrape your hand on many different parts of the truck (not fun). The bumper and brackets disassemble is straight forward, have someone help hold the hitch while you put in the bolts. Put the brackets on and line up the holes but don't tighten all the way. When both sides are on you want to make sure they are both spaced the same. Then tighten the bolts. When running the wire just follow the wiring that is already there, I used about 15 plastic ties. The hitch is heavy and built like a tank, I will use it for occasionally pulling a 4x8 trailer with a motorcycle. Overall very satisfied with the hitch, wiring and

I haven’t had one problem with the hitch or the wiring. Great products.
Dan B - 04/29/2018

2001 Toyota Tacoma

The hitch receiver was delivered in a box that had a big hole in it with one mounting arm bent about 25 degrees and sticking out. I guess it got dropped pretty hard somewhere along the way. The finish was not damaged much so I padded my big bench vise and straightened it out. Luckily the Tekonsha wiring harness box was taped to the receiver. I got the hitch mounted with no problems and it looks good. Installation is pretty straight forward if you have an impact wrench; tough to get some of the bolts loose that have been untouched for 18 years. I think it would be a good idea if the arms were padded / wrapped before being thrown in the box.

Working fine so no complaints.
Robert - 02/15/2020

2002 Toyota Tacoma

Just installed Curt receiver hitch today on my 2002 Tacoma. No problems, everything came apart and back together quite easy. This is a Arizona vehicle so no rusty bolts to deal with and my son has a hoist and impact gun. I'm sure it could have been difficult dealing with rusty bolts and working on your back on the floor. I watched the video before hand, so knew exactly what to expect. Thank you for that. The hitch looks well built. It will now allow me to use a drop receiver to level out my trailer.

I have used the receiver hitch many times. I bought a receiver load extender and hauled some 18ft lumber. Glad I put the receiver hitch on my truck,
Bob - 09/10/2018

2000 Toyota Tacoma

The product arrived in great shape. I installed it in about 2 hours with my sons help removing the bumper, connecting the hitch into place and replacing the bumper. The installation is exactly as the video shows. It is straight forward. I haven’t towed the boat with it yet but will give an update down the road.

2004 Toyota Tacoma

Fit perfect! Spray your bolts for days prior!

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Installed in less than two hours w/ my 6 yr old "helping" me. Put some Wd-40 on the nuts before you begin makes it that much easier. Mine was for a 2001 Tacoma. Watch the video on here before you do the job.

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Ask the Experts about this CURT Trailer Hitch

  • Tips for Fitting Curt Hitch # 13013 onto 2001 Toyota Tacoma with Rear Bumper
    What you described is kind of a common issue with the install of the Curt hitch # 13013 that you referenced. We had a customer come back with tips on how to get everything lined up properly: Re-install the bumper brackets and make sure the tabs go through the slots on the side bracket." Ok, but then they must move forward to align the holes but the slot between the tab and the now doubled metal is not wide enough. Hence, I had to grind the metal out in order for the tab to clear. Once...
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  • Does Curt Hitch # 13013 Fit 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4WD
    Yes, the Curt hitch part # 13013 that you referenced does fit a 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4WD like you have. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Why Can't Trailer Hitch be Used if Hit From Behind?
    No, you cannot use a trailer hitch after any type of rear collision; its structure will have been compromised and it would not be safe to use. A new hitch would need to be installed after the damage to your vehicle was repaired. If you let me know your year, make and model of vehicle I'd be happy to help you find a new, safe-to-use hitch.
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  • Hitch fit for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma
    Yes, Curt hitch # 13013 is a confirmed fit for all models of the 2004 Toyota Tacoma. I have included a link to an install video for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Does Installing Curt Trailer Hitch # 13013 Require Removing Rear Bumper
    I checked the install instructions for the Curt Hitch part # 13013 and you have to unbolt the bumper brackets and remove the bumper.
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  • Solution for Mounting Flanges of Curt Hitch Not Fitting Properly to 2003 Toyota Tacoma
    Sometimes in shipping the mounting flanges of the hitches we offer will get bent in. What we recommend is to use an open stairwell or a jack to use controlled force to bend the hitch back so that it will bolt up properly. As long as you don't see any creasing or paint flaking (evidence of fatigue) you are fine.
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  • Is There a Trailer Hitch for a 2000 Toyota Tacoma That Mounts To the Bumper
    The Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 13013 is a great option for a 2000 Toyota Tacoma and what I recommend using. The trailer hitch attaches to the frame which is the only option for this vehicle, there isn't any sort of mount for the bumper aside from using a standard hitch ball in the existing hole. In regards to the lack of undercoating, I really don't see why bolting a standard trailer hitch to the frame would be any issue at all. If a coating were applied before you'd have the same...
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  • Towing a Light Trailer with the Bumper of a 1997 Toyota Tacoma
    The bumper on your 1997 Toyota Tacoma will be fine to tow the 600 pound trailer and boat. You will want to check the truck owners manual for the towing capacity just to make sure. The T-connector wiring harness # 118379 is indeed correct for your truck. It sounds like you are on top of things! The 4-Way flat trailer connector is one of the most common connectors. If you did need a different type of connector to match what the trailer requires, the 4-Way flat can be adapted. I have linked...
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  • Replacement Hitch Installation Hardware for Curt Class III Hitch 13013 for Toyota Tacoma
    We sure do have replacement hitch installation hardware for your Curt Class III hitch # 13013. All you need to do is enter our part # RHK into our search box and press enter. Then click on the item image. Then on the page for the RHK kit enter in your hitch item number (13013) and select Curt from the drop-down menu. Add the item to your cart and you're all set. We will send you all new hitch installation hardware. Hitch hardware should never be re-used since it is designed for being...
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  • Hitch That Fits 2010 Toyota Tacoma
    There are hitches which are going to fit your 2010 Toyota Tacoma, though the # 13013 is not one of them. I recommend the Draw-Tite # 75236 due to the install process being a bit easier than that of its Curt counterpart; this hitch fits all 2010 Tacoma's with the exception of the X-Runner. I've attached a link to a video review for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Do Tow Hooks Need to be Permanently Removed When Installing Curt Hitch on 2007 Jeep Wrangler
    In order to install Curt hitch # 9883544 on a 2007 Jeep Wrangler with a standard rear bumper, any tow hooks that are present will need to be permanently removed.
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  • Trailer Hitch for 2000 Toyota Tacoma Recommendation
    For your 2000 Toyota Tacoma the best hitch is the Curt part # 13013 that you referenced. As it is mostly hidden and has more capacity than you'd need and installs easily. I attached an install video for this hitch on a similar 2000 Tacoma for you to check out as well.
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  • Reasons for 1 Hour 10 Minute Install Time for the CURT Hitch # 13013 on a 2002 Toyota Tacoma
    There are actually 6 bolts connecting the CURT trailer hitch # 13013, to the frame on the 2002 Toyota Tacoma, and the factory bumper will need to be removed and reinstalled to complete the installation. This will require disconnection and reconnection of the license plate light wiring, and correctly repositioning the rear bumper to complete the installation. Although the installation requires 1hr 10min to complete this is not a difficult installation to undertake. One tip I can offer is...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Wiring Recommendations for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma 2-Wheel Drive
    Yes, I can confirm that Curt trailer hitch # 13013 will fit your 2002 Toyota Tacoma 2-wheel drive model. I have linked a video showing an example installation for you. If you plan on doing some towing I recommend etrailer ball mount kit # 989900. It comes with 2 ball mounts; one with a 3/4 inch rise or 2 inch drop and one with a 2-3/4 inch rise or 4 inch drop. It also includes a 1-7/8 inch ball, 2 inch ball, hitch pin with clip, and a storage bag. If the ball mount kit does not have the...
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  • Trailer Hitch and 4-Way Recommendation for 2001 Toyota Tacoma
    We have just what you need to install a trailer hitch and 4-way on your 2001 Toyota Tacoma. For the hitch you would need the # 13013 which is a confirmed fit. I attached an install video for this as well. Then for a 4-way you would need the part # 118379. If you wanted to do some towing you might be interested in etrailer ball mount kit # 989900. It comes with 2 ball mounts; one with a 3/4 inch rise or 2 inch drop and one with a 2-3/4 inch rise or 4 inch drop. It also includes a 1-7/8...
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  • Width of etrailer Trailer Hitch for 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    I couldn't find an order with us so I'm not sure what you purchased before but etrailer hitch you're looking at, part # e98850, is custom designed to fit the Toyota Tacoma from 2005 through 2015. I'm also not sure where you're measuring exactly. This hitch is about 38 inches inside the brackets and about 35-1/4 inches center on center between the holes that mount to the bottom of your truck's frame. I've made a diagram to show where I measured, as well as a video from when we installed...
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  • Towing Setup Recommendation for a 1995 Toyota Tacoma
    As long as your 1995 Toyota Tacoma is considered later than a mid-year model the correct wiring harness for your vehicle would be the Curt Wiring Harness part # C55379. This harness will simply plug in line with your taillight wiring harnesses to install. I attached an install video for you to check out. At this time we do not have any solutions for the 95 Rangers before mid-year models. The Curt Hitch part # 13013 you referenced would be an excellent choice for a hitch for your vehicle...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Wiring for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma
    The 2003 Toyota Tacoma and the 2011 Toyota Tacoma require different hitches so you would not be able to swap one hitch between the 2 years. For your 2003 Toyota Tacoma I recommend Curt hitch # 13013. This is a Class III hitch rated for 500 pounds tongue weight and 5,000 pounds gross trailer weight. When used with weight distribution it is rated for 600 pounds tongue weight and 6,000 pounds gross trailer weight. I have linked a video showing installation of this hitch for you. If you plan...
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  • Is a Trailer Hitch Visible Beneath the Bumper Once Installed on a 1999 Toyota Tacoma
    I spoke with my contact at CURT about Trailer Hitch, # 13013. He stated that the crosstubing will be partially exposed below the bumper. The whole crosstube will not be visible, and if you were looking at the bumper straight on, about half of the tube will be seen. We have not yet had the opportunity to install the hitch on a 1999 Toyota Tacoma so I do not have any pictures or a video I can link you to. But if you were to look at Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch, # 75078, in the instructions, linked...
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  • Recommendation For A Hitch For A 1996 Toyota Tacoma
    A Class III hitch that is a confirmed fit for your 1996 Toyota Tacoma is the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver, Item # 13013. This 2 inch hitch is a bolt-on installation with a gross trailer weight capacity of 5,000-lbs and a maximum tongue weight capacity of 500-lbs. However, your total towing capacity is limited to lowest maximum capacity of any of the pieces of your towing setup including your vehicle. You may made need additional parts for your project like trailer wiring and a ball mount....
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch Receiver For 2001 Toyota Tacoma
    For your 2001 Toyota Tacoma, I recommend the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" # 13013. This hitch is a confirmed fit for your truck and will give you a bolt on installation without any drilling required. For your trailer wiring, I recommend the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector # C55379. This will install behind the tail lights of your truck to your factory wiring plugs. For a ball mount, I recommend the
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  • Trailer Hitch and 1-1/4 inch Hitch Adapter for 2003 Toyota Tacoma
    We do sell hitches for your 2003 Toyota Tacoma like the Curt # 13013 and if you were asking for an adapter to reduce this hitch down to the 1-1/4 inch size you'd just need the part # HT02 as well and you'd be set.
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