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Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

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Perfect for light-duty towing, this custom, vehicle trailer hitch receiver features fully welded, gloss powder coated steel construction. Drawbar sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Curt. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" part number C94UR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Curt Trailer Hitch - C94UR

  • Curt
  • Class I
  • 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • 2000 lbs GTW
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • 200 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

Perfect for light-duty towing, this custom, vehicle trailer hitch receiver features fully welded, gloss powder coated steel construction. Drawbar sold separately.


Features:

  • 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 etrailer.com
  • Gloss black powder coat finish over protective base coat offers superior rust resistance
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Drawbar, pin and clip sold separately
  • Hitches assembled in the USA, bolts overseas


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4"
  • Rating: Class I
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 2,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 200 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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11612 Curt Class 1 Trailer Hitch Receiver

Installation Details C94UR Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles




Video of Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Curt Class I Trailer Hitch Installation - 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer

Hey everybody. My name is Ryan and here at etrailer, we install, test fit and review a lot of different parts. That way we could try to answer any questions for those of you might have. And that's exactly what we're doing here today. On our 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer. We're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Curt trailer hitch receiver.

So this is a new Trailblazer seem like they're kind of a fun, compact SUV. And if it we're me, I would want a way to be able to carry around accessories, things like a bike rack, something like that. That way I could free up some space on the inside of my vehicle and the hitch is going to allow us to do just that. So I will say probably my favorite thing about this hitch is the way it's gonna look on the back of the Trailblazer. For the most part is completely hidden.

Really the only thing we're going to be able to see is the receiver tube opening. So it's really gonna do a great job of, you know maintaining that factory appearance. And it's also gonna sit up nice and tight against the bottom of our vehicle which ground clearance is always a bonus. It is going to have an inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver tube opening. And that's because it is a class one hitch.

Does have a reinforced collar for extra strength. And I personally think the collar makes it look a little bit better too almost more complete in my opinion. It is going to have the 1/2 inch size pin hole. Now keep in mind a pin and clip does not come included, but if you need one, you can grab it right here at etrailer. And it is going to have loop style safety chain openings which are somewhat big and relatively open.

So we should be able to use pretty much any size hook that we might have. Now, as far as weight capacities go, it's gonna have a 200 pounds maximum gross tongue weight rating. So that's gonna be the amount of weight pushing down on the hitch. So that's good for those one to two bike racks for example. As far as the maximum gross trailer weight rating goes that's gonna be 2000 pounds and that's gonna be the amount of weight that's pulling on the hitch. So it is a weight of your trailer plus anything that you might have on it. Now I do always suggest never a bad idea just to grab your Chevy's owner's manual. That way you can make sure your Trailblazer can pull that much weight safely. Now I'm gonna give you a couple of measurements and you can use these to help figure out which hitch-mounted accessories will work best. From the ground to the top inside edge of the receiver tube opening that's gonna be about 12 1/2 inches. And from the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the rear bumper, that's gonna be about five inches. You can use that measurement to help figure out that if any folding accessories you might have, can be sore in that upright position without contacting the bumper. So at the end of the day, a hitch that not only looks good but is going to allow you to get the job done. Now, as far as the installation goes you do have to remove the rear fascia here and that's because your hitch does sit behind it. It's really not too complicated. However, I will say there's a lot of plastic fasteners and everything's put together pretty tight. So you definitely want to be patient and use a little finesse. But with that being said, I will show you a couple tricks and tips that I use to make that process go a little bit smoother. To begin our installation we're gonna be here at the back of our TrailBlazer and we are going to need to remove our fascia. And that's because the hitch does get mounted up behind that. So the first thing that we're gonna need to do is come here on the side and remove this plastic wheel well trim here. So the way to get this off can be a little tricky. Behind it, there's some plastic push pin tight fasteners that's securing this plastic portion to the actual body of our vehicle. And what we're gonna need to do is just kinda work it off. So what I like to do is just kind of grab the whole edge of it. Kinda just work it a little bit to help loosen it up. Some, these fasteners can be kind of brittle, especially in cold weather. So I kinda loosen it up. And then we're just going to start to pry from one end. Let me get this carefully. And so you can kinda see that's one fastener there and there's a bunch of those throughout this whole thing. So I'm gonna take a plastic trim tool or something similar and I'm gonna kinda try to work behind them in a one by one and just very carefully I'll try to get this piece removed here. So once we have this removed, you can set it to the side. If any of these did get stuck in there just come back and work those out as well. So once you get the ones that we're stuck in there removed, you can take them and just slide them back into place. That trimmed piece out of the way it's gonna expose a seven millimeter screw right here. It is the one close to the front of the vehicle and up top here. So I grabbed some millimeter socket and pull it out. So we have this one removed, we can come here to the edge of our wheel well liner and pull out some fasteners there as well. So there's gonna be three fasteners along the edge. And we're going to take a t15 torx bit to get those removed. Now, underneath the vehicle right here at the corner we're gonna have another t15 torx bit screw here. Pull that out. And then if you kinda follow this edge a little ways we're gonna have two push pin style fastener. So, let me get these out again. You can take a trim tool or a flathead screwdriver, pry underneath the head and pull the whole thing out. So now if we open up our hatch along this edge here down at the bottom, we're gonna have a t15 fasteners. We'll pull that out. I feel like up here by our tail lights we gotta have two little access doors here. You could take a pick like this or flathead screwdriver or whatever you got. Just kinda pop that open. And behind there, we're gonna have two more t15 fasteners. Now we need to do is actually remove our tail light. Now these are in here very tight. And so you might have to take a plastic trim tool and kind of do some prying around the edge very carefully. So what I did is just used some painter's tape wrapped it all around, that way we don't have to worry about scratching off the paint or anything. Now the light what it's gonna do is come out straight back. There's some alignment pins in here that are keeping it in position in a line and they're really tight and difficult to get released. So, what I'm gonna do is just kind of work it side to side a little bit and just try to get everything a little loose to make it a little more manageable. So kinda shake it around. Like I said you can take a trim tool and just very carefully just kind of pry on it just a little bit. Just get a little bit of movement going and that should kind of help loosen everything up a little bit. You wanna be careful when you're doing this so you don't want to pry super hard break the tail light or something like that. So I'm just gonna strictly to kinda get everything moving a little bit. Sometimes it helps you to take the palm of your hand and just kinda hit it forward like that or I'm sorry, rearward and it should release. So if you flip it over you can see those we're the pins that I mentioned. And now that we have it out, we can get it disconnected. So we're gonna have three connectors. These are just 1/4 turns just gonna rotate them a 1/4 turn. This one actually has a plug you can pull out. Just push down on the center there. Disconnect it. And this one is a quarter turn as well. I'm gonna be, look, it'll just be a little keeper. That's holding the wires. Just pull the wires from those. The tail light will be free, we'll set off to the side. Now with the extra set of hands. We can remove our fascia. And again, I put some tape here along the seams. That way we don't have to worry about it getting scratched. But what you're gonna do is you gonna make sure your wheel aligners pulled away from it, grab this corner and just gently pull towards you. It's going to release a couple of clips and work our way towards the tail light pocket here. Once we have it free, you don't wanna pull back too fast. You might have some electrical connectors. In our case, we have one on each side and they're gonna be set the same way. It's gonna push back on the red retaining clip push down in the center and disconnect it. Now we can go ahead and set our fascia off to the side, somewhere safe. So now if we come back to these connectors these are actually gonna be fastened to our bumper beam which we will be removing. So we need to release this, again get a trim tool or a screwdriver, just pry up on them. At this point, we can grab a utility knife and what we're gonna need to do on our bumper beam here where it's attached to the body of our vehicle. You can see that there's a bead of sealer there. And since we're removing the bumper beam it's gonna be a little bit easier to get off if we take our utility knife. It's just kind of score that. It's gonna help separate that sealer there from the body of our vehicle and the bumper beam. So now we can remove the three nuts from each side of our bumper beam. I'm gonna take a 15 millimeter socket and get this pulled off. So once you have all the nuts removed you can kinda peel the bumper beam off and set it to the side. All we need to do is come back with a scraper and all this extra sealer here, we want to remove that. That way, It's nice and flat. That way when we put our hitch here there's not going to be any interference or anything causing it to sit on level or anything like that. So think said, I'll just my scraper and remove this extra sealer. And since our bumper beam is gonna kinda sandwich our hitch, you wanna make sure that this surface is nice and clean as well. Now with an extra set of hands we can take our hitch going to line it off and then we can grab our bumper beam and sandwich it, together. And we're gonna take our factory hardware, these nuts and I'm just gonna get these started hand tight. So now before we actually completely tighten this down there's a quick tech tip. So if you look at our bumper beam you can kinda see where the paint's missing where the nuts originally we're seated. And so I'm just gonna make sure everything's lined back up like that kinda hold them in that position. Come back, just get them hand tight with your tool. Get a little more leverage on it. Now that we have it, where we want it, we'll come back with our impact and just snug everything up. Once everything's snug, you wanna come back with a torque wrench and tighten everything down to the amount specified in the instructions. Now we can move over here to our fascia and we will need to trim just a really small portion out of the bottom side of it to clear the hitch. There's instructions or a diagram rather in your instructions. And they give you some measurements to follow. So I went ahead and marked it out here. I'm gonna use a Dremel tool to cut this out. It's pretty thin plastic that he could probably use a pair of snips or utility knife, something like that. And just be on the safe side too. You wanna kinda feel behind there make sure there's not any wires or anything of important under there. So we're all clear. Go ahead and take my Dremel and cut this out. See that I can kinda come back and remove any of those barred up edges with a hand file or something similar. Now that our bumper's cut we can reinstall it the opposite way. You wanna make sure to plug in any of your electrical connectors that you may have disconnected. And we're just gonna line this back up and just start to push it back into place. Just kind of a quick tech tip. When you're going to put this back together this trimmed piece, you see at the bottom of it there's kind of an edge there and we'll put that in first and then kind of lean it in, get everything lined up. You can kinda push it in as one whole piece. And that'll finish up our look at and our installation of the Curt trailer hitch receiver on our 2021 Chevy Trailblazer..


Customer Reviews

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" - C94UR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Perfect for light-duty towing, this custom, vehicle trailer hitch receiver features fully welded, gloss powder coated steel construction. Drawbar sold separately.

- C94UR
by:
2020 Buick Encore GX

Great product & great service, I was updated on delivery by my salesman George with emails & tracking every step of the way & my hitch came 1 day earlier than expected! I tried everywhere for a hitch for a 2020 buick encore GX like Amazon and etralier was the only company that had it besides buying it from GM/Buick but you have to by a spical facia plate with a hole in it so the hitch can come through the middle of the bumper witch is like $120 extra plus the price of the hitch itself. This hitch from etralier is awesome it comes out underneath my bumper & half the price! Thanks etralier, now I can go fishing



- C94UR
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As advertised. Fast shipping too!


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Ask the Experts about this Curt Trailer Hitch

  • Where on 2021 Chevy Trailblazer Does Trailer Hitch Install
    Due to the design of the 2021 Chevy TrailBlazer the only way to install a hitch like the # C94UR would be by removing the rear bumper cover and beam since that just happens to be the only safe and strong enough location for the hitch to mount. There isn't a different vehicle's hitch that would work.
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  • Will the Curt C94UR Fit on a 2020 Buick Encore GX
    Yes. The Curt Class I hitch # C94UR is a confirmed fit on all trim packages of the 2020 Buick Encore, including your GX Preferred. However, you may want to consider going with the Draw-Tite # DT29MR in this case since it's a Class II hitch and will give you a little bit better choice of bike racks and towing components, since some are not rated for use on a Class I hitch. I've linked a review and installation video of the Curt hitch that you can use as a guide for either one, that you...
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  • How To Trim Plastic Bumper Fascia On 2020 Buick Encore When Installing Curt Hitch Receiver C94UR
    When installing the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver # C94UR, you need to trim a 2-5/8" wide by 1-3/8" tall square into the underbody panel as seen in the instructions that I attached for you. I also attached a section of the instructions that shows exactly where to cut the plastic panel.
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