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

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

Item # C13105
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This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your Toyota Sienna's frame with no welding required. Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant. Great Prices for the best trailer hitch from CURT. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number C13105 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CURT Trailer Hitch - C13105

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • CURT
  • 350 lbs TW
  • 5000 lbs WD GTW
  • 500 lbs WD TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

This fully welded trailer hitch receiver bolts onto your Toyota Sienna'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
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately
  • Hitch assembled in the USA
    • Mounting hardware may be imported


  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 5,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 350 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 500 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.

13105 Curt Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver

Replaces 13256

Installation Details C13105 Installation instructions

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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - C13105

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (833 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.

2018 Toyota Sienna

I installed this trailer hitch on my 2018 Toyota Sienna. It is very well-built, and fit perfectly. Customer service was very responsive when I had some questions, and responded right away, both by phone and email. The instructions were very good, but could benefit from additional information regarding cutting the car’s rear trim panel. In addition to the cut that needs to be made for the trailer hitch bolting plate to go through on the driver’s side , it also needs to be cut around the main bar / receiver area. Instead of cutting a big slot for the main bar, I cut out around the receiver plates, and put drain holes in the ends that would otherwise collect water. One shortcut that I found was that I was able to move the exhaust out of the way far enough by just removing the rearmost hanger, rather than removing the two hangers as shown in the video.



Every time that I have used this hitch, it has performed flawlessly. No complaints after a year of use. It is a well-made product.

2011 Toyota Sienna

2012 Sienna LE FWD. Watch the 2011 installation video before you start. This 13105 hitch tucks in even prettier than I expected, and now my brother is jealous. Note I made the cutout in the underbody panel narrower, starting 1.75 inches from the hole (see photo), for a closer fit, and there is still room for torque wrench. I also cut a slit out to the front edge, so I could slip it on with the hitch in place, and for better access to my air hoses inside the left fender. I decided to add Airlift after reading reviews, since on trips I carry a maximum load. Installed single-handed, raised on jack stands.

Terry B.


Hi Mike,I was ready to purchase a 2014 Sienna until I found out Toyota would not put a hitch on this vehicle because of low ground clearance. I will be carrying heavy loads and have heard you bottom out on the hitch when going into parking lots etc. At times when the van is fully loaded I will also have a travel trailer attached which adds 400 lbs. to the tongue weight. Even with this hitch it may not be the right van for my needs. Do you have experience that can help me?Can you tell me what type of Airlift assist you put on and if you ever have trouble bottoming out on your hitch.How does the Airlift affect the ride both when heavily loaded and empty?Thank you for your time and have a great Labor Day weekend.

2015 Toyota Sienna

I installed the hitch on a 2004 Sienna. Very happy that Toyota pre-fits bolt holes. My wife bought a newer 2015 Sienna and when I'm done beating up her old van I can move the hitch to the new one! Only issue on the van is that the hitch sits pretty low to the street (I flipped the ball on the mount to gain some height). But it works fine and was easy to install.
It was a great purchase, thanks, Paul

Note: cleanout and test your bolt holes before wrestling with the hitch. Instructions said to remove the tailpipe holder, I was able to just wiggle the tailpipe out of the way.



Thanks for reaching out. Everything is fine, it was a great purchase. Im very satisfied. I thought my original review was clear and complimentary, I dont feel the need to say it again. If you want to post this under my name go ahead.

2006 Toyota Sienna

Hitch Installation 2006 Toyota Sienna

I Did It:
I had no plastic bottom splash cover on this van to work around.
The van was not jacked up.. I simply hooked the passenger side of the hitch over the exhaust pipe (to support the hitch).

Using a block of wood on a jack I raised the (center receiver) of the hitch to draw the driver side up into the mounting position.

A 8-in heavy shank Phillips screwdriver and a tapered piece of wood helped to 'align' the (3) holes, and loosely set the driver side (bolts with washers), into place.

Moving to the passenger side.. I used a 2nd jack (with a piece of 2x4x6 (on the jack) placed between the body and exhaust to rise the hitch up and away form the tail pipe, and into mounting position.
Alternating between center jack supporting the "receiver", and passenger side jack (raising the right Hitch side), I kept the hitch level as the hitch was snugged into mounting position.

Again, using the tapered wood and screwdriver as an alinement set, I screwed in 2 of the 3 right side bolts. The third bolt, refused to 'catch' and failed to screw into place even though alinement appeared good, and the bold had been tested as screwing into the hole cleanly, prior to raising the hitch....

My solution to this was to use a 'bolt & nut of the proper size that I had on hand', identical to the supplied bolts but mine happened to be shorter, but with good threads. I placed a nut on this bolt.

I ground a leading cone shape taper (grinding about 4-threads away to make the taper), on the end of this new "alignment bolt". I oiled the treads, and then removed the nut to 'self-clean' the threads out to it's new end taper. I did not cut a thread-cutting chip-relief 'notch' in this bolt end, as I knew the van threads were good as pretested.
Using this modified bolt I was able to now 'catch' the van hole's lead-thread, and cinch-up this modified aligning bold tightly.

Or,... if you don't have an extra nut and bolt laying around, you can use one of the supplied hitch bolts, a grinder and a small file to touch-up the lead thread. There is plenty of length on a new Hitch bolt to work with.
(Be sure you have cleaned & pretested all 6 of the Van's bolt-hole threads with the supplied bolts prior to your install efforts!)

I also found it handy to have another small block of 2x4 to pry the exhaust pipe out of the way of your hand/tools, when using the socket set on the right side bolt holes.

With my modified bolt tight and in place, I then tightened the 2 installed right-side bolts.. remove the 'modifier aligning bold' and installed the 3-rd and final hitch bolt with it's washer.

Time To Tighten All the Bolts Down:
A point about torque on this Hitch/bolt install.
Though the instructions say to use a torque wrench, it seemed rare for anyone in comments/Product Review, to actually mention "using" a torque wrench with their installs.

Since the bolts are to be tightened to almost 80ft/lb this is ALLOT of force.. and even with the torque wrench it seems you will break the bolts, until you hear the wrench's refreshing STOP 'click'.

For those just 'guessing' as they use a beaker bar, or just grunting the bolts into place, I imagine allot of trailers are being pulled at 60mph+, with essentially loose bolts, or at the least, under-tightened/under torqued hitch bolts.
Hmm, overloaded trailer, over speed pulling, and under tightened bolts.... Sounds like fun!

Seriously, try very hard to get your hands on a proper torque wrench and be surprised at the amount of oomph it takes to properly tighten these bolts.

Anyway, the Hitch? Great bumper-cover hugging design.
Good paint-job and pretty "gold colored" bolt and washer set.
The instructions are clear.

Plastic Problems:
Some who have it installed, have goofed and cut the wrong side for the rear plastic underside splash panel. Just mark BOTH sides of the same lift side, so you don't get confused, or cut it, installed, and in place, as some have done with a utility-knife or tin snips. (Consider also a soldering-iron tip and steady hand).

Matching It All Together:
I also found that the CURT ball (one with a 2-in body rise) brought my ball-mount (it's a 1-in rise) and ball combo up to an acceptable (3-in rise), and level, to within 1/2~3/4-in connected to the trailer.

Final Thought:
I'm all for advertizing but not all over the van, so I pulled the stick-on labels off the hitch. It looks cleaner for me. Sorry eTrailer!
If someone asks, I'll tell e'm I got it from you. :-)

The takeaway? This is a good company to buy from... Thanks!

2014 Toyota Sienna

Great hitch, fairly easy to install. The only issue I had was I didn’t slide the bracket over the exhaust isolator bracket before I stated the rear bolts. Had to undo it and start over. But after that, very easy to install.

Roy M.


Still working great! Using it in conjunction with a weight distribution hitch system and it is working flawlessly!

2012 Toyota Sienna

Hitch is great and the video is a great tool for installing. I'm not mechanical so without the video I would have been stuck. A few items of advice for installers:
1. Make sure you have an extension for your ratchet like the video shows. I didn't have that and it made it difficult around the exhaust. The video that is on the Curt webside recommends moving the exhaust out of the way for the install. If you don't have an extended ratchet, that is what I'd do (if you have the tool to do that). We made it work, but I needed to use my wife's smaller hands to get the bolts started on that side.
2. The instructions says that you don't need to raise the vehicle. I didn't raise ours, but in retrospect, I would have raised it up or at least put a jack under it so I could lay on a roller or something. I'm an accountant so manual labor laying on concrete makes me sore - and it gets pretty tight under there :)
3. Our van was very dirty underneath so I got a lot of dirt in my eyes when taking off the plastic cover - might be worth wearing some glasses when you do it.
4. my only complaint is that the hitch is a little lower to the ground than I'd like - I think it will be grounding out on some driveways. that really isn't the hitch's fault though - it is fitting pretty snug underneath the van, but the van just sits pretty low to start with.
I have a picture of my 5 year old helping me - yes, he is still alive under the van. I didn't intend to attach that but can't figure out how to remove :)

2015 Toyota Sienna

Took me and my 15 year old son about 30 minutes to attach the 2" Curt hitch. I did not reattach and cut the bottom plastic cover on our 2015 Sienna XLE. I left it off during our trip and when we returned I removed the hitch all together and put the cover back on. I will reinstall the hitch for our next trip. My driveway is steep and bottomed out every time pulling in and out. The bottom of the hitch was 7" off the ground as you will see in the attached photo.

I did have to spread open the hitch about 3/4" to install. I used a floor jack and a 2x4 which made this a quick and painless. I did not take a picture of this part. Just stand the hitch on end and put the floor jack inside with the 2x4 on top standing up. a few pumps of the handle did the trick for me. I'm sure any jack will work.

2015 Toyota Sienna

-The Curt C13105 hitch arrived quickly and fit well. The 2015 Sienna LE AWD has a long DROPPED RIDGE in the plastic underbody guard. The dropped ridge runs parallel to the (round) hitch crossbar nearly it's entire length.
-The measurements given to trim the driver's side for the hitch plate were perfect. There was mention of "some models need additional trimming" (and a photo that I did not find useful) - the 2015 Sienna tray needed additional trimming.
-So, I mounted the hitch and let it "pivot" from the front-most bolt on each side (leaving the rear 2 out). A floor jack is handy, as recommended when doing this solo. I used the jack to lift the rack up against the underbody guard and trace where to trim. It was easy to trim just around the receiver tube and gusset plate. The cross-bar traps and "sandwiches" underbody guard nicely if you do not cut out the whole dropped ridge. I chose to do this, and it's snug and secure with only slight distortion of the guard, and I believe trimming out the whole ridge would leave floppy, unsupported edges. It is important to secure the guard with it's fasteners first before using the floor jack to "squeeze" the rack up into it's final location and assembling the final rear bolts.

Oh, and the CURT box makes a great, clean, slightly cushioned surface for laying on if you're doing this at home in the garage. Much better than a mechanic's creeper for a task like this.

Also, I took a few minutes to chase the Sienna weld-nuts with a M12x1.25 tap. The bolts were then easy to start by hand.

2008 Toyota Sienna

Hitch appears to be solidly built and was a breeze to install, especially after watching the installation video.



After a year it still is working great as one would expect.


Well built product for a great price plus easy to moderate installation. I will be purchasing a bike rack for the hitch from in the future.

2010 Toyota Sienna

True bolt on for a 2010 Toyota Sienna.

The only issue I encountered was that the driver side threading was really dirty and needed to be blasted with some PB blaster and wire brush cleaned. But that doesn't really have to do with the hitch itself. The passenger side must have been cleaner because the exhaust covered up that side a little bit.

Once everything was cleaned, the bolts were torqued to 79 lb/ft and I was good to go.




No problems!


I ordered this hitch to replace a defective hitch previously received. This hitch arrived bent... Quinn in customer service was friendly, helpful, and solution oriented. I hope the third time is a charm.

2010 Toyota Sienna

Customer support was great. The biggest issue was cleaning out the bolt holes, which took about 45 minutes. Having the right tools is really key. Once the bolt hole was clear, took about 15 minutes for the remainder of the install. Came out great. Have not hooked up the bike rack but don't anticipate any problems.

Ryan R.


Product working great. No issues.

2007 Toyota Sienna

Excellent product. Installed easily with no vehicle modifications on the 2007 Sienna van. It was a simple bolt on installation. I'm glad the instructions specified the torque settings (79 ft. lbs.) because I would have never known to snug them that tight. It seems that the cupped washers had to be compressed to serve as lock washers. That seemed like a lot of torque. I was afraid that the bolts were going to shear, but they did not. Once the washers got compressed the bolts tightened up to recommended torque.



How did you attach the trailer wiring harness to the hitch? I did not see an attachment for it in the pictures. Thank you.

Patrick B.


The attachment show is a bracket for 5 and 6 pin trailer sockets, not very common configuration. As an example, a 2012 Toyota Sienna would use part # 118498 as a harness kit. From there you can use a bracket like part # 18144. The hardware should not be secured into the hitch though. It can be attached to a trim panel on the underside of the minivan or used with a clamp-on bracket like part # 18136.

Toyota Sienna

Sorry to say, I've wasted my money ordering from, I just found out if you don't open the box when you first get the product to verify it's the right hitch, then you're stuck with it. In my case I didn't have the means to install it right away and passed the 5 day contact window, the hard part with hitches is they all look about the same and the issue didn't become apparent until i was in the act of installing the hitch. So now, not only am i stuck with a useless hitch for a different van which I won't be able to resell for near what I paid, but my van has a hole in the bottom of it because I was dumb enough to trust that etrailer would actually send me the product I ordered. Needless to say this is the last time I'll be doing business with them. Anyone out there need a hitch to a Honda Odyssey? I have a Toyota Sienna so I don't need it, but's it's brand new out of box :(, see photo below.

Toyota Sienna

Love the etrailer hitch purchased so we could add a cargo carrier into the receiver hitch behind our Toyota Sienna. The quoted price and ETA to get to our home was right on. We easily saved more than half the money on purchase and installation by not going to a dealership. Good product, great purchase and use experience. We travel in style because the etrailer hitch moves cargo outside the vehicle and gives us more room. Sushi and Jingle

2013 Toyota Sienna

Ordered on a Wednesday, shipped Sunday, arrived Wednesday, so a week to deliver. Not too bad for free shipping of something this large. Appeared to be well packaged, and no damage upon arrival other than a tiny chip in the powder coat on the edge of one of the mounting ears.

I was immediately impressed with the quality and heavy duty nature of the hitch- should certainly withstand anything I'll tow with my 2013 Sienna.

Install went well, though I took a bit of extra time to measure for the cutout. Being in snow country (MN), I was worried about how much snow/salt may get in there as it's directly behind the rear left tire, so wanted to minimize the opening. I cut right along the rib which the directions show you to cut out, and ended up with an opening about 1.75"x11"- probably could have gone shorter, but it fit fine and installation was a non-event. Make sure to have a large enough torque wrench to do 80 ft-lbf on the fasteners, and I added anti-sieze as well. Being that the van is only 3 years old, I didn't even have to clean out the mounting holes.

Still have to hook up wiring, but am leaving that for another day. Overall I'm very satisfied with the purchase.

by: 06/11/2021
2014 Toyota Sienna

The Hitch looks amazing installed and seems very steady. Will use it for a bike rack. Will update later.

Toyota Sienna

Excellent hitch. Looks better than most, integrates very well with the vehicle (Toyota Sienna van). Instructions were very clear on installation of both the hitch and the wiring harness I also purchased. Installation went very smoothly. FYI - rent the proper torque wrench from your local auto parts store if you don't already own one to install the hitch properly.


I Fitted this to my 2005 Sienna. The van had never had a hitch installed on it. The threaded mounting holes had quite a lot of corrosion in them and required a tap to run through the threads. After cleaning up the threads, there was not a lot of material left, and 4 of the 6 bolts stripped before achieving the 79 ft-lb torque rating. The existing threads are 12x1.25, which is a very fine thread. I used a 31/64 drill bit through the stipped holes, and tapped them with a 14x1.5 thread tap. I torqued the new, 14mm bolts to 100 ft-lbs which is slightly less clamp than the original bolts, but that was the limit of what I dared to torque my threads to. Just a heads-up, I assume others will experience this since I have found other posts online from sienna owners with the same issue. The hitch needed a little work with the prybar to get the bolts in place, no big deal.


The hitch itself is sturdy and looks great on my 2009 Toyota Sienna LE. However I had trouble putting one of the bolts in. I had cleaned the hole with WD-40 and hole brush and also ran the bolts prior to installation of the hitch to make sure the thread holes are clear of rust etc as suggested in the video. It’s a tight fit with the hitch and I had no issues with 5 bolts. I think the slot on the hitch for the bolt with issue is a bit too tight as a result the bolt would not go in straight and wouldn’t latch on to the hole threads. I had to finally force that bolt in with an impact wrench.

2010 Toyota Sienna

I feel the hitch bar was of good solid material and well made. When I first received the hitch it did not fit my 2010 Sienna. So with the quick and friendly guidance from Will at, I was able to open the hitch mounting arms and fit it to my Van. The mounting arms are flexible by design and can bend during shipment. I would definitely recommend this product to the next customer.

Chevrolet Silverado 3500

Etrailer was excellent in answering my presales questions. The video was great in overviewing the install process. I ordered 2:30pm CDT on a Monday and received the product on Tue afternoon - now that is fast delivery - granted we lived closer to the distribution center within 250 miles.

The installation was like painting. Takes 80% to do the prep work of cleaning the holes and spraying it down with lubricant (like WD40 or rust penetrating oil). The actual install of the hitch was only 20 minutes while it took nearly 45 minutes to clean the holes out. I recommend anti-seize lubricant on the bolts as well. This will also aide in lubricating the bolt for easier tightening.

Curt makes the highest ground clearance hitches. I'm very pleased with the overall quality and install process. It looks great on my Sienna! One tow with renting a Uhaul trailer vs driving their gas-guzzling truck will have paid for this hitch, wiring harness, and ball hitch.

Please remember to do your research on the Sienna for proper towing capacity. Toyota appears to have made 2008+ model optional in towing prep package. Without towing prep, your tow may be only limited to 1200 lbs. Lucky with for me, the Sienna had towing prep that provides up to 3500 lbs. I will look to add an automatic transmission cooler still in the future. 3500 lbs will cover many of my usage scenarios. Good luck!


Installing this went "without a hitch." I followed the instructions per the 2012 video and had no problems. The documentation that came with the hitch gave instructions for temporarily removing the exhaust pipe hanger, but we found this to be unnecessary, as there was sufficient stretch in the rubber hanger to push the pipe out of the way.

We put a bit of Locktite #248 on the threads of the bolts to keep them from backing out. Medium strength stuff.

2011 Toyota Sienna

Trailer hitch receiver arrived on time and as advertised with the necessary parts to install. Installation took about an hour. I've never installed a hitch receiver before and I found the YouTube video to be an excellent resource to understand the process and identify helpful tips for the installation.

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    It sounds like you have corrosion compacted in the weldnuts on your 2009 Toyota Sienna. All you can do is spray the lubricant, let it sit from about 15 minutes, and then go at the weldnuts with a wire brush. Do this repeatedly. If that doesn't help you will likely have to use a thread tapper. An auto parts store can usually loan out a tap and die set. Just make sure that the set has the right M12 size and thread pattern to match the bolts. If you haven't used a thread tapper before then...
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  • How to Correct for Hitch Installation Hardware That Appears to Be Wrong Size
    When installing a hitch like # C13105 on a vehicle that is even just a few years old, or certainly on your 2004 Sienna, it can often seem that the included hardware is way too big for the holes in the vehicle frame. This happens due to corrosion and trapped foreign material building up in the threads of the weld nuts in the frame rails. It will absolutely appear that the hardware is too big but in fact you just need to clean out those weld nuts. Please refer to the linked article which...
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  • Difference Between Curt C13105 and Draw-Tite 76112 Class III Receiver Hitches-2020 Toyota Sienna
    As you can see in the provided photo, the Draw-Tite # 76112 is a concealed design, which means that the hitch crossbar is completely concealed behind the vehicle's bumper, for a much cleaner look once the installation is complete. The Curt # C13105 is completely exposed, with the entire hitch being visible from the rear. The Curt hitch is much easier to install, but you'll have 1 to 1-1/2 inches less ground clearance as it sits a little lower on the vehicle. If you don't care for the...
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  • Fit of CURT Trailer Hitch Part # 13256 on 2011 Toyota Sienna SE
    I have spoken with one of our friends at CURT Manufacturing, who assured me that the CURT Class III Receiver Hitch, part # 13256 will fit all models of the 2011 Toyota Sienna, including the SE model. The different bumper on the SE should not hinder the installation. I have provided a link below to the installation instructions for you to review. Also linked is an FAQ on trailer hitch installation tips.
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    When we have installed trailer hitch # 36513 on Toyota Sienna vans the same generation as yours we measured approximately 11 inches from level ground to the TOP of the receiver opening. To the bottom of the receiver that would be approximately 9-1/2 inches. On a 2 inch Class III hitch like # C13105, the measurement to the top of the tube is 10-1/4 inches and to the bottom of the tube it is 8 inches. The smaller Class II hitches like # 36513 will give you a little more clearance but have...
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