Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

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  • Draw-Tite
  • Class I
  • 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • 2000 lbs GTW
  • 200 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • Visible Cross Tube
This fully welded, corrosion-resistant vehicle trailer hitch receiver is perfect for your light-duty towing needs. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. Drawbar sold separately. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" part number 24847 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch - 24847

This fully welded, corrosion-resistant vehicle trailer hitch receiver is perfect for your light-duty towing needs. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. Drawbar sold separately.


Features:

  • Custom-fit trailer hitch lets you tow a trailer or carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your vehicle
  • Computer-aided, fully welded steel construction ensures strength and durability
  • Tested Tough - safety and reliability criteria exceed industry standards
  • Bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Drawbar and pin and clip sold separately


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


Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite Tested Tough

Draw-Tite's Tested Tough program provides testing standards far superior to those outlined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the go-to source for engineering professionals.



Each Draw-Tite trailer hitch receiver undergoes extensive fatigue testing and static testing with the ball mount that is either supplied or recommended for use with that particular hitch, thus ensuring results that are applicable to real life use. Fatigue testing is also conducted on hitches rated for use with weight-distribution systems.


In addition, Draw-Tite performs static testing on a simulated automobile, as opposed to the rigid fixture used for SAE testing, resulting in a more true-to-life scenario.


etrailer.com Technical Support

At etrailer.com 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.



24847 Draw-Tite Class 1 Trailer Hitch Receiver - Sportframe

60263 Hidden Hitch Class 1 Trailer Hitch Receiver



24847 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details 24847 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2010 - 2015 Toyota Prius

2012 - 2017 Toyota Prius v



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Video of Draw-Tite Sportframe 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 Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 Toyota Prius - Draw-Tite

Speaker 1: Today on our 2012 Toyota Prius we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Draw-Tite Class I custom fit trailer hitch receiver, part number 24847. Here's what our hitch looks like when it's fully installed. We are going to see the cross-tube and it's going to have a square tube design that's going to stick out just right below our bumper. Now, this is a Class I hitch, which means it's going to give us that inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver tube opening, and our receiver tube is going to stick out past our bumper, just about an inch and a half. Our hitch is going to use a standard half inch pinning clip. They're not included, but you can pick one up on our website using part number PC2.As far as the safety chain loops go, they're going to be welded to the bottom and we're going to have plenty of room, as you can see, to get most hooks on or off.

Our hitch is going to have 200 pound tongue weight, along with a 2000 pound gross trailer weight rating. I do want to mention you always want to double check with your vehicle's owner's manual to make sure that your Prius can handle that, but also since it is a Class I hitch, I just want to recommend any accessories that you get and make sure they are compatible with a Class I.Now I'd like to give you a few measurements to help you when deciding for accessories for your hitch such as a bike rack or even a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outer most edge of the bumper it's going to be right about two inches. From the ground to the inside top edge of the receiver tube opening it's going to be right around 11 3/4 inches.Now that we've gone over some of the details and benefits, let's show you how we got the hitch on. To begin our installation we're going to remove our factory tow hook, which is going to be on the driver's side sticking out from this appearance panel right here.

Now on our application our tow hook is bent towards the driver's side, which is actually going to make it a little bit difficult for us to get the bolts out because there's going to be two bolts that are going into the frame on the driver's side toward the outside of the vehicle. I'm going to be using a 17 millimeter socket to remove those bolts. If you can't access your bolts you can pull down the panel, but per the instructions you shouldn't have to, so long as you can get access to the bolts. With both bolts removed we can pull off the tow hook and we're not going to be reinstalling this. We are going to have to lower our exhaust down.We're going to have some rubber isolators on our hangers here.

I'm going to take a little bit of penetrating oil and spray them down so it will help slide off. You should just be able to take a pry bar or a large screw driver and slide that rubber isolator off enough to where we can grab it and pull it off the rest of the way. We're going to need to remove these two bolts and remove the hanger bracket itself. We're going to be using a 17 millimeter socket to remove those two bolts. We're going to need to hold onto this bracket because we will be reinstalling it.We're going to take our hitch and we're going to rotate it in to the hole on the driver's side and we're going to slide it over the exhaust on the passenger's side and line up the bolt holes.

The hardware we're going to be using is an M12 bolt with conical tube washer, and you just want to make sure the teeth are facing the hitch. To get our bolts in on the passenger side here I have a 19 millimeter socket and an extension, and I'm going to use that extension and socket to feed my hardware up and start threading it in. I'm going to get one bolt on each side just so the hitch can help support itself and I won't have to worry about it falling down.Here on the passenger's side we're going to take our exhaust bracket and we're going to take the same combination of hardware and we're going to slide our M12 bolt through and then we're going to line it up with our hitch and the holes in the frame, and we can thread it in place. Now that we have one bolt on each side we can get the rest of the hardware in place. I want to come back again using a 19 millimeter socket and I'm going to snug up all my hardware. We'll repeat that for all the remaining bolts. Now I'm going to come back and again using a 19 millimeter socket I'm going to torque down all my hardware to the specified amount in the instructions. We're going to repeat that for all the remaining hardware.We can go ahead and raise our exhaust back up, we just don't want to slide the rubber isolator back onto the hanger, and if you're having a little trouble, spraying a little bit of lubricant on there will make it slide a little bit easier.That will finish up our look at the Draw-Tite Class I custom fit trailer hitch receiver, part number 24847 on our 2012 Toyota Prius.


Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" - 24847

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (514 Customer Reviews)

This fully welded, corrosion-resistant vehicle trailer hitch receiver is perfect for your light-duty towing needs. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. Drawbar sold separately.

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2015 Toyota Prius v

We got a defective one that had part of the welding material in the square receiver part of the hitch deep in the hole that prevented the carrier to be fully inserted. Of course we did not discover the defect until after we had paid to have it installed on the car. I tried to grind the slag away with a dremel but found it to difficult. So I ground a small notch on the carrier tongue to allow it to fully sit in the receiver. I never asked for a replacement since I thought that the cost to uninstall and reinstall the replacement would be excessive. 595226


Comments

The stop you describe is intentionally punched into the side of the receiver tube. Its purpose is to prevent Class II-rated accessories that have a higher weight rating from being used in a Class I hitch. Exceeding the weight rating on a Class I hitch could possibly cause the hitch or its attachment points to the vehicle to fail.

-- Mike L - 01/07/2019

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2010 Toyota Prius

It took about half an hour to install. The hardest part was removing the rubber muffler mount from its bracket, and even that wasn't hard. You have to bend the aluminum muffler heat shield a little to get things to fit; it's pretty self-evident what needs to be done. 199147


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Its been great I use the hitch nearly every day.

Conrad G - 05/31/2016

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2013 Toyota Prius

Extremely fast easy and accurate. Received my product the following day. It doesn’t get any better than that 573295



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Hitch arrived on time , and was very well constructed. I had watched the video of the installation and was impressed with the ease of insulation and strength of the hitch . I am using it for a bike rack to haul our bikes to the beach . I am 75 years young and cannot impress enough the Quality of this product. 146302


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easy to install could not be any happier with this product !

Steve D - 08/12/2015

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2012 Toyota Prius

This is a very solid product that fits perfectly on my 2012 Prius. I looked at the video several times and read the comments posted here. Installation took me about an hour and twenty minutes, with the time spent as follows. I did this with the car on the ground, not on a lift. Ducking under and back to get tools, etc. adds to the installation time, but it is easier to support the hitch during installation. I did not really have a helper, except for asking my 12 year old daughter to aim a flashlight for me. Not having a helper also adds to the installation time, but it can be done. 1. Removing tie-down hook. Easy, took about 5 minutes. Made sure not to drop the bolts/washers behind the appearance panel. 2. 10-15 minutes trying to remove the muffler from the support post before heeding the advice on the instructions and spraying soapy water onto the rubber isolator, after which it took just a minute. 5 minutes removing the bolts from the rear muffler hanger. Had a U-joint on my wrench, but the length of the socket was such that it was a tight fit with the muffler exhaust. The video shows use of a "cat's paw" type of socket wrench, which would have been really handy for the bolts near the muffler. 3. Installing driver's side of hitch. 20 minutes spent fishing out a bolt and washer that dropped behind the appearance panel. My magnetic finding tool did not work well, had to use my hand to find them--not easy. As some other posts have noted, the old bolts were tapered, allowing installation at an angle a degree or two from perpendicular. The new bolts are not tapered, and must be inserted exactly perpendicular to the insertion hole. If you are off even a degree, the threads will not bite. That is how I dropped the bolt behind the panel. Since I was installing this myself with no helper, I had to hold up the hitch with one hand and work the socket wrench with my other hand. Ultimately, I opted to use the original tapered bolts to install the hitch initially, then removed them one at a time and used the new bolts, which were then easy to install because everything was already aligned. 4. Installing passenger side of hitch. This was definitely a tighter area to work through, and I ended up using the original bolts for one of the fasteners because the new bolt and washer interfered with the heat shield and I did not feel like bending the heat shield. I really wish I had the cats paw socket/wrench for the passenger side, but it all worked out fine in the end. Conclusion: after installation, I was impressed by how securely this hitch fits. It is rock solid. If I had to do the installation over again, I would probably get a real helper, use the tapered bolts initially to get things aligned perfectly, make sure not to drop bolts behind the appearance panel, spray the soapy water on the rubber isolator right away, get a better light to see what I was doing, especially with the driver's side, and get a cats paw type of socket for the passenger side bolts. 97669



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2015 Toyota Prius

We have a 2014 PriusV and needed a trailer hitch for towing a 15 foot sailboat we recently bought. Problem was, Toyota recommends not towing with the PriusV. An Internet search revealed there were a few companies that had light weight hitches available specifically designed for the Prius models. After reading reviews, we decided on etrailers.com due to hitch design, hitch accessories (i.e., draw bar and wiring), price, free shipping, and supposedly easy installation in 30 minutes. I called etrailer.com to ask a question and the agent told me that if I ordered the hitch package I needed at the time of my call (Monday) I would have the parts in hand by Friday so I placed my order. Parts arrived as expected. What a pleasant surprise, product quality surpassed my expectations! Being a technical person I found all the directions remarkably well written with excellent supporting drawings and photos. I installed the hitch by myself in roughly 15 minutes. Installing the wiring took a little more time due more disassembly of panels to channel wiring as well as some simple assembly needed on wiring. The entire process took less than an hour and looks professionally installed. I'm very happy with the overall experience and highly recommend etrailer.com for all your hitch needs. 469438


Comments

Very pleased with product. Speciality trailer hitch for 2014 PriusV. I continue to recommend etrailer.com to others as opportunity presents itself. Thank you for the customer followup. There are very many companies out there that should the etrailer.com customer service policy.

John K - 01/25/2019

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2010 Toyota Prius

Drawtite 24847 on 2010 Prius. Just had the hitch installed today. Thanks for the videos and the email follow up! The installer was very happy that the job was just as you described it! Here are a few pictures: 488816



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So easy to install. 4 bolts. Took about 15 minutes. 568367



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2012 Toyota Prius

etrailer did a fine job as expected. Hitch came very well packed with additional cardboard holding it securely in the box. They also taped the bike rack hitch lock I ordered with it securely to the hitch so it wouldn't fly around in the box. The DrawTite hitch was an easy 20 minute install with 4 bolts. The Prius V doesn't have the protective bottom cover like the normal Prius does which makes it much easier to access the existing bolts. And since there were 4 existing bolts in place in the frame of my 2012 Prius V (for the muffler hanger and tow hook), I didn't have to deal with any rusty in-frame nuts. Hitch fit perfectly and seems plenty sturdy. I did have to do a little flat filing to the inside of the hitch (see photo) where the large hole on one side had a burr that kept the bike rack tongue from sliding in easily. 388605



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This hitch was made to fit the vehicle easily. Etrailor provides product support with installation and questions and answers from support staff. I would recommend using duct tape to keep bolt/socket from falling in the under body protection panel. The appearance is outstanding and I believe most novices could install. The hitch appears to be very durable. I will use with pro hitch carrier to haul action packer and ice chest. 209516



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2019 Ford Edge

I purchased this hitch for my 2013 Toyota Prius 2 so I could attach the Swagman XTC-2 bike rack. I was able to install it properly by myself using the instructions that came with the hitch, but it did take some patience and creativity. The hitch itself is sturdy, fits well on the car, and is unobtrusive. etrailer did a great job packaging the hitch with none of the problems and damage that have been reported by users who purchased the same hitch from Amazon. Installation is theoretically very simple. Take the muffler off the rubber hanger on the passenger-side tow hook. Remove the four bolts that hold the two tow hooks to the frame of the vehicle with a 19 mm socket. Bolt the hitch to the frame with the four 19 mm bolts and the conical washers that come with the hitch kit. At this point you will also replace the tow hook that includes the hanger for the muffler but not the driver-side tow hook. Reattach the muffler to the rubber hanger. Here are some tips that I think will make the installation process smoother. 1. Spray a soapy water solution on the muffler hanger before attempting to remove it. The lubrication will significantly decrease the effort needed to remove the muffler pin from the rubber hanger. 2. Make sure you have at least a 6" extension for your socket to give you enough clearance when removing and attaching the bolts. I would say that an 8" extension would be ideal. 3. On the passenger side, you should probably bend the edges of the muffler heat shield down about 1/4" to provide clearance for the flange of the hitch. You could just bolt the hitch in without doing this, but the trailing edge of the heat shield will be clamped between the hitch flange and the car's frame. This seemed like a bad idea to me because it would transfer heat from the shield directly to the frame of the car and it might facilitate vibrations from the shield to the frame, which could produce an annoying sound. (I've been in cars with heat shields that had been bent so they touched the frame, and it created an unpleasant buzzing at times.) 4. If you're installing the hitch by yourself, have something that you can prop up the the hitch with until you have started at least one bolt on either end of the hitch. If you don't, getting the bolts started is going to take a lot of contortions to hold the hitch in the correct alignment. 143058


Comments

In the year since I installed this hitch, Ive had absolutely no problems, and, given the simplicity of the product, I expect it will continue to work without problems for the life of my car.

Randy L - 07/26/2015

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Toyota Prius

This was the easiest hitch I have ever installed. It fit perfect and the whole job was done in 15 minutes. The service from the extremely fast shipping to all the information on your site made for a easy job. I called my Toyota dealer to see if they could install it for me and they wanted to charge me $150.00 to remove and install 4 bolts. Like I said I did the job myself in 15 minutes saving $150.00 installation fee from them. I would recommend this hitch to everyone looking for a hitch to carry a mobility scooter or wheelchair. Thanks again for the excellent service. 110480



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2016 Ford Edge

I will start with the draw bar, which is not part of the trailer hitch receiver, but many people will purchase that also with the receiver, and I found no where else on the site to review it. The finish on the draw bar was poor. The paint was badly chipped, and unpainted areas were lightly rusted. It looked like someone attempted to touch up the paint before it was shipped to me, but the paint in other areas continued to flake off. These cosmetics did not affect the function of the draw bar. It was solidly constructed, the welds looked good, and it was a good fit into the receiver. When full inserted into the receiver, the holes lined up so it was easy to insert the pin. The manufacturer just needs to learn how to paint. In contrast, the finish on the hitch frame and receiver was very good. The hitch seemed well built and designed, and was an excellent fit to the frame rails of my Prius. The written instructions were adequate, but did not discuss the interference of the hitch with the muffler heat shield. This is covered in the excellent video on etrailer's website, and the installer should definitely review both sources of information before installation. It is claimed that the hitch installation is a 30 minute job, and that is probably true on a new car, but my Prius is a 2010 model with 158,000 miles on it, and it took me over 2 hours and 30 minutes to prepare, do the installation, and clean up afterwards (not including the hour it took for me to write this review). None of this extra time was due to inadequacies of the hitch or installation instructions, but be prepared for extra time if you run into problems. My Problem #1 was excessive corrosion of the four bolt heads of the bolts that have to be removed and discarded before the hitch can be installed. This corrosion was so bad, that I could not get the 17mm socket onto the bolt heads. I had to scrape the corrosion off with a screwdriver, and in some case use a hammer an chisel to reshape the bolt heads so the socket would fit. This was a time consuming process because two of the bolts were located in a deep well with limited access unless you remove the cover panel. Use a six point socket to remove what is left of the bolts to make sure you do not round off the bolt heads. Even after soaking them in penetrating oil, it took an uncomfortable amount of torque to remove those bolts, and I was afraid the weld nuts or bolts would break before the bolts unscrewed (which would be a serious problem), but the bolts did unscrew. The new 19mm bolts supplied threaded in easily. Problem #2 was the aluminum heat shield around the muffler. The edge of that heat shield has to be temporarily bent out of the way to get the hitch in place. As soon as I grabbed it with a pliers, it fell off the car. It was held on only by corrosion. Normally it is held on by 3 bolts, but the shield is aluminum, and the bolts and frame are steel, so the aluminum becomes a sacrificial anode, and the 1/4 inch mounting holes become 3/4 inch holes. I had to remove the three mounting bolts, coat everything with anti-seize to reduce future corrosion, and remount the heat shield with 1 1/2 inch fender washers to cover the large holes in the head shield. The rest of the installation was uneventful, and relatively easy. I plan to use the hitch to tow a light trailer to move a small home built airplane to the airport and back, and occasionally carry a bicycle or two. Note that Etrailer supplies trailer hitches for all models of Prii, but diplomatically recommends that, before purchasing, you check with Toyota to get their recommendations. I am sure they know that Toyota does not recommend putting a trailer hitch on any Prius for any reason before the 2016 model year. If you do some research on the internet you will find all kinds of warnings against towing with a Prius including inadequate brakes, hybrid system damage, or transmission damage. I have found no real data to support any of this. On the other hand there are many reports of people that have been towing with Prii for years, including several reports by people who have towed light trailers coast to coast with no problems. However, there are reports of people who have run their traction batteries down towing trailers up mountains. The only change I can find that Toyota made to the Prius in 2016 so they could ok towing was an increase in the cooling capacity of the hybrid system (probably the inverter cooling capacity). So my conclusion is if I tow a light trailer, at moderate speeds, on relatively level roads, I am not going to have any problems. If you have any concerns, you should do your own research. Another option is to install after market monitoring equipment. I found many recommendations for the Scangauge 2 ($160), which will allow you to monitor the engine temperature and many parameters of the hybrid system. There are other less capable monitors for around $60. --Joel 520227



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I spent the better part of the afternoon installing this. I lost track of time. I can offer some suggestions to help others speed the installation along. I would start with soaking the rubber muffler hanger with oil. Oil is like moisturizing lotion for rubber, so would suggest oil over soap. Let it soak while you start removing the bolts from the driver-side tow bracket. You will need a six-inch extension and either a 17 or 19 mm socket. Mine were 19mm (2011) although numerous YouTube videos say 17mm. I use an air impact wrench, so those bolts were out in a snap. When you remove the second bolt, hold onto the bracket with your hands, and let the bolt come through the opening, then remove the bracket. I was lucky and did not lose any bolts inside the appearance cover, but if you do drop a bolt, I can see it taking a long time to retrieve. Don't be in a rush. Remove the rubber hanger with a large flat bar. I used a carpenters prying tool which worked well. Should take 2 or 3 min. Once the muffler is disconnected from the bracket, it's far easier to get a socket over the bolts. Remove both bolts from the muffler bracket. There is a second muffler hanger, so the muffler will not fall to the ground. Now the fun part! Get yourself a couple of 4 x 4's or equivalent height supports. First angle the driver side flange through the hole, then slide your 4 x 4 under, making sure the opposite side goes around the muffler. Attach the passenger side of the hitch flange using a stock bolt WITHOUT the bracket. I'll explain why in a second. You only need one bolt, and just snug it up to the flange. Before I forget and before you forget, you will need to bend back the metal heat shield for the muffler or you will not be able to line up the holes on the hitch flange. I guess you could always put the flange on top of the heat shield as well, but it will lay flatter if you move it out of the way. It's very light metal. Once you have one bolt in move over to the driver side and use the stock bolts to mount the flange. Just snug them up. Now, remove one of the bolts and replace with the new bolts with the concentric washer. To get it through the hole easily move the washer away from the bolt head a tad, and angle it around the opening. It won't fit if you try to go in straight. Then with your extension and socket attached, it's time for your little game of electrocution. Slow and steady, and you should be able to thread the bolt. The square head of the new bolts makes it extremely difficult to thread. You need to be dead nuts lined up or it's not going to happen. This is the reason you put the stock bolts in first!! I can't stress this part enough. I wasted 20 min. trying to get the new bolts in, before I realized I was better off using the stock ones to align things first. That part should take you about 15 min. Keep the bolts loose for now. Now you can remove the single bolt you had in the opposite bracket by the muffler. Get your muffler hanger bracket up there, and with some really good light make sure the holes are aligned. Again, though square heads of the bolts will drive you crazy. Everything has to be perfectly aligned. I spent another 20 min. getting those two bolts aligned and threaded. Make sure they go in by hand a number of turns before putting a wrench on them. Now it's just a matter of tightening everything up to 65 foot pounds. It all sounds really simple, but it was quite frustrating for me. Lastly, make sure you put a good dose of oil in hole for the muffler bracket, and it should pop right on. I can imagine this taking less than 45 min. if you follow my instructions precisely. if you don't follow the instructions, plan on being frustrated. I think it near impossible to hold this thing in place (unless you've got really good upper body strength) and get those square head bolts aligned before you become fatigued. I hope others use my technique listed above. You don't have to hold the hitch up at all this way. I think if I was to do it again I could probably do it in an hour. As I said, I'd lost track of time so I'm not sure how long it took me, but I can say it wasn't fun! The hitch itself looks very nice, and even nicer with one of the hitch covers. I have a feeling the wiring will be a piece a cake by comparison. Good luck to everybody. If you're not mechanically inclined, I strongly suggest taking this to a shop and spending 100 bucks to have it done professionally. 397222



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2012 Toyota Prius

I installed this Draw-Tite trailer hitch on our 2012 Prius to carry bicycles with our Thule 2-bike carrier. Installation took about 45 minutes. The installation video on the etrailer.com website was a big help. I used a stack of scrap lumber to hold the hitch in place while I bolted it in place. As others have noted, I bent about a quarter inch of the heat shield so the hitch mated flat against the frame. The shield is soft metal so this is no trouble at all. For some reason it took me longer than I would have expected to get the bolts started in the holes on the passenger side. I think this was a combination of my gloved hand and the tight space around the muffler. The driver's side bolts found their way much easier. I used the socket and extension to seat them and that's probably what I should have done on the passenger side, too, instead of trying to do it with my hand in that cramped space. I saw in another review that someone that is 6 feet tall and 170 lbs. had difficulty installing this hitch. I, too, am 6 feet tall and 170 lbs. and did not have trouble getting under the vehicle. The tools needed were exactly as stated (although you may find pliers helpful to bend the heat shield). I would recommend this hitch to others considering it for their similar Prius model. 272853



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2012 Toyota Prius

My son-in-law and I installed this hitch on a 2012 Toyota Prius V. The video for the install on a Prius is accurate for a Prius V with the exception that a Prius V does not have cosmetic cowling on the underbody that has to be removed. The install was straightforward and we had the hitch on in about 45 minutes. Other than the receiver on the hitch, you can't see the hitch without bending down and looking under the bumper. I personally like the aesthetics. We're using the hitch with the Swagman XTC-2 bike carrier and the combination is ideal for transporting our two bicycles. The fit between the hitch and bike carrier is tight and the Swagman allows us to drop the middle bar down for access to open the rear hatch of the vehicle when the bikes are not in the carrier but leaving the bike carrier attached. We bought the Prius V so we could carry passengers, gear and two bicycles on trips. The draw-tite hitch and Swagman XTC-2 give us the flexibility to do that. Here's some pictures to demonstrate as I've had a difficult time finding photos on the web showing a Prius V with hitch and bicycle carrier installed. I have a cover on the hitch receiver in some photos, sorry I took the photos at night with a flash, but hey, I did the review! Good luck. Oh, by the way, like others have written, E Trailer was on top of things from the get go and I received numerous e-mails about the status of my order and follow-up after my receipt. Only took three business days between the date of my order and delivery to my home. The hitch and bike carrier were boxed and then inserted into another heavy duty shipping box. There were a few small tears in the outer box (assume from rough handling by the delivery carrier) but the contents were not damaged in any way. I would definitely order again from etrailer.com. 54981


Comments

I just bought the V and your great pictures have made up my mind. Thanks!

-- comment by: Brian s - 12/07/2012

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Glad to hear, that is why we ask our customers to show off their setups. Please post pictures of yours when you get it.

-- Patrick B - 12/10/2012


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2012 Toyota Prius

I installed this on my 2012 Prius V model 3. Very easy install with a couple of notes. Car was too low for my jack stands so I had to Macgyver a jig (upside down metal bucket and a brick) to hold up the hitch while I maneuvered the muffler end of the hitch. I also found it useful to use a basin wrench to tighten the new bolts to the hitch/muffler mount. This is the only part of the job that took a few extra minutes. I also bought the adapter to use with a 2" receiver and that fit perfectly. Everything was of nice craftsmanship and all holes aligned perfectly. The only bad experience I had was that the hitch was packaged poorly and arrived with a ripped box, no safety packing, and a hitch hanging out, scraped because of the shipping. On the Prius V I didn't encounter the "cowl" that was mentioned in the video (where they warn you to be careful not to lose the bolt there when initially taking things apart) so if you're installing on a V it is super easy! 90668



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2013 Toyota Prius

My order for the Draw-Tite Receiver Hitch (for 2013 Toyota Prius) was delivered in good condition, and in just a few days. Installation was relatively easy following the enclosed instructions, e-trailer's video, and a number of reviews. The two best tips I gleaned from other reviews about installation were: 1.) Don't bother to remove the muffler from the hanger, rather just "tweak" it over to R & R the bolts. (I jammed a block of wood between the undercarriage and the muffler to keep it "tweaked" out of the way.) 2.) Re-install the factory bolts to temporarily mount the hitch. Because the factory bolts are tapered, it greatly eases alignment (don't snug any of them up, just run them in far enough to ensure support of the hitch.) Replace them one at a time with the (19 mm head) bolts provided with the hitch. The purpose for getting a receiver hitch was to get a proper bike rack to haul our two bicycles, so I ordered the Swagman XTC-2 2-Bike Platform Rack. It, too, arrived in good condition and in only a few days. One of the drop arm holes does not align as it should, but I am not of a mind to return it and wait for a replacement because of this minor defect (who knows what defect(s) the next one might have.) I just drove the pin home with a rubber mallet. In time, and some lube, I suspect I will be able to install the pin by hand. I test drove the car with the bikes on the rack for only a few miles (bags were still on the bike racks, as you can see from the photo,) but am pleased with the set-up so far. I anticipate enjoying this arrangement much more than our old "strap-on" bike rack. 297307



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2010 Toyota Prius

Product was well packaged and received in a timely manner. Hitch is easy to install on a Prius sedan with simple tools and a few blocks of wood to help hold proper position while installing bolts. No need to lift car. A few important points: 1) I suggest you use a standard short 3/8 drive socket with at least a 6 inch long extension - even longer is better. The bolts are not in so tight that you need 1/2 inch drive, and the smaller diameter 3/8 extension shaft makes it easier to position the bolts - you have more working room. 2) When removing and installing the bolts on the driver side, hold the bracket as the bolts are removed or installed, and remove the drive ratchet handle and just hand screw the bolts the last part out or the first part in. This will minmize the liklihood that you will drop the bolt or your socket inside the plastic belly pan on the bottom of a Prius sedan. This job is easy unless you drop something into the plastic pan - it will take much longer to fish the bolt or socket out of the plastic belly pan than to do the whole rest of the job. 3) on the pasenger (muffler) side, there is no need to take the mufler off the the rubber vibration isolator. When using a 3/8 drive extension and a standard short socket, you can push the muffler toward (i.e. push it further onto the rubber vibration isolator - don't take it off) the rubber isolator enough to get the socket and extension on the bolt. Total installation time was 45 minutes, taking my time so as not to drop bolts into the belly pan. Having done it once, I could now probably do it in 10 minutes. 181445



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Toyota Prius

Well, the hitch itself is fine ... but BE WARNED: installation is A BEAR. I am a fairly competent mechanic with a great set of tools. Installing this had me almost come unhinged. Here are the issues: 1) Access the bolts on the driver"s side (both for disconnecting the existing tie-down hook AND for installing the hitch) requires that you work THROUGH a small opening in the appearance panel. If you don't have a 6 or 8 inch extension for your ratchet, you'll never get it done. 2) Accessing the bolts on the passenger's side (under the muffler) is a total nightmare. There is reasonable access to the one that's further back. The one up front can only be reached with an off-set head wrench and/or socket driver. Of course, I didn't have one of those in my tool kit, so I had to go out and buy one for $30. It is almost impossible to get a socket on that bolt, and if you do, there is not enough room for the driver. 3) And, of course, you're dealing with #1 and #2 while lying on your back UNDER A PRIUS. I'm 6 foot, 170 lbs., and I could BARELY fit under there lying on my back (no way I could have fit on a creeper). If you're bigger than me, forget about it. 4) Forget about torquing the bolts on the passenger's side. There's not a torque wrench on the planet that could fit in there. This install really is not for the faint hearted. If you have a lift and set of Toyota tools ... go for it! You'll be done in 5 minutes. For the rest of us ... good luck. 147109



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You will need - 18mm, 6 point ratchet for removal and a 19mm, 6 point for install, a can of blaster PB breaks loose, 1 jack stand to hold the trailer hitch up if you dont have a xtra pair of hands. This can be done with the car on the ground and will take 1/2-3 hrs depending on your skill level. Doing this myself saved me $240... $127 if you include: the 155pc craftsmen ratchet set i bought with drive attatchments and 2 jack stands.. High Five not bad at all guys 659643



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2014 Toyota Prius v

Great product, easy to install, exactly what I needed! 657597



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The instructions were adequate but the online install video was much better. I backed my car up on to ramps for the installation. No problem with floor to placement height when maneuvering the hitch into position and getting a bolt started. A few tools to make the installation easier: an 18” screwdriver to pry the rubber muffler keeper off the bracket; a jack stand to stabilize the other side of the hitch during one person installation; a long wobbler extension to ease in loosening and tightening bolts, especially around the rear muffler bracket bolt. I’d say the 3 / 10 installation difficulty is accurate. The hitch looks good and is made to last. We’ll see how the powder coat finish holds up in the elements. I recommend this product. 644339



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2014 Toyota Prius

Installed on my 2014 Prius three. Instructions were straightforward. Installation was easy. Works flawlessly with a Swagman XTC2 Hitch Bike Rack. The trailer hitch receiver was reasonably priced and worth every penny. 639860



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2014 Pontiac Trans Sport Van

Solid product. Fit as designed on my 2014 PIP. Directions clear and accurate. I had trouble getting 1 bolt in until I used a jack to lift the car then I got the right angle. It took me about an hour to install because of that. We use it to attach a bike rack to transport 100lbs of e-bikes and it feels secure. 639599



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People always ask, "What do you tow with a Prius?" My answer is, "Nothing. What looks like a trailer hitch to most is actually my external rear bumper guard and it works great to ward off tailgaters." It also saved my rear bumper cover another time when I was turning around at night, my rear view camera has failed again and I backed into a big rock that I didn't see. The trailer hitch is frame mounted so it hit the rock but didn't damage the body. Another time I got stuck in mud and AAA yanked it out easily by hooking onto the trailer hitch. 639067



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Burly, solid and confidence-inspiring product. Installation was exactly as described. Which is to say it was hard to do by myself, but at least I knew exactly what I was doing. I was able to get it in place by using the cardboard box from the bike rack I bought for use with this hitch. That held it in place for me while I cranked on the bolts. 638679



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Easy to install. No problems. 635008



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Toyota Prius

We've been using this hitch on our Prius to use a bike rack for weekend biking trips. It has been awesome! Putting on the bike rack is simple and when it's off the hitch is barely visible and out of the way. Very happy with the product! 630947



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Easy install and works great. No issues with clearance. 628286



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Great product easy to install fast service I highly recommend 613056



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Still works great after a year. 610418



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2012 Toyota Prius

After reading reviews of different trailer hitches to put on my Toyota Prius to haul my bike rack, I decided on the Draw Tite from ETrailer. Their price was the best and there was a promotional reduction that was in effect, making it even more attractive. I placed the order, and 2 days later it is standing in front of my door. Fast Shipping!Can't beat any of that for great customer service and satisfaction. I then installed it on my car, it taking me a little longer than the Youtube how-to video I watched, but it was done in 45 minutes with nothing that wasn't solved by a few choice curse words at the proper time. All in all, easy-peasy, as my Grand nephew says. This whole experience with Etrailer has been positive from the word GO, and I would recommend them to anyone without hesitation. They are a quality outfit. 609086



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Perfect add on for camping etc. Admittedly, I would consider myself a little more mechanically inclined than most, but it was EXTREMELY easy to install. A jack or lift is useful for the install, but not necessary. I installed mine with just a few extra inches of room underneath from parking my car along a curb. Great product! 606294



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2016 Toyota Prius

Its just fine. On my Prius V 2016. I have my bike rack on it. Only caveat is i was unable to get the tools needed to install it myself and had to pay $150 to have professionals install it. Finding a place to do it was not easy either as the trailer rental place will only install hitches they sell you... 602243



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2011 Toyota Prius

Product was exactly as described and worked perfectly for my 2011 Prius. Very pleased with overall product quality and ease of installation. 600826



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2015 Toyota Prius

Perfect fit easy to install took me about 10 minutes and I did this on the floor. Really well-built product. You just have to bend the heat shield just a little bit other than that perfect fit. 600284



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Installation was pretty straightforward and have had no issues after using it several times. 599864



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Parts and instructions were as advertised. Quality is excellent with precise fit. 598676



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2011 Toyota Prius

Easy solo install on a 2011 Prius. I had to use a couple blocks of wood to hold the hitch up while aligning it. 595242



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2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

I have had this on my 2012 Prius for over a year now and it has been great. Bolts on easy to existing transport tie down points for great strength and designed in look. Have had it in for Toyota service and never questioned. Hardly noticeable without ball attached. I use it to pull an aluminum trailer for hauling up to 1500 lb loads. I've also used it to pull a arena drag groomer when the tractor was being repaired. Got lots of odd looks but worked great. Use to call it my prius truck because the the number of hay bales it can haul, now its my prius tractor too thanks to etrailer hitch. 594830



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2017 Toyota Prius v

Very quick delivery. 591554



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It was easy to put on and it works list a charm. 589603



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2011 Toyota Prius

the hitch went on very well.no problems.looks extreamly well made and finished.I plan on using it to haul my motorscooter around when needed. 588721



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2018 chevrolet bolt ev

The installation videos was very useful. I was not able to dislodge the rubber exhaust mount which made the installtion slightly harder to get to the bolt. Overall, installation went well. Thanks for the product support! 588116



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The guys who installed this for me said that it was very easy and straightforward. We use it for our kuat three bike rack and have had no problems with it. 586481



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Very good product for a great price best installation instructions 582513



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Solid use....used about 10 times with a tray set up. Exactly what I was needing 581975



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2012 Toyota Prius v

Need to have longer bolts on the exhaust side due to the exhaust bracket. was easy to install . 574996



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The hitch went on easily. I have been very satisfied with it. 568438


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  • Comparing Trailer Hitches for 2017 Toyota Prius v
  • The difference between the two hitches you were asking about for your 2017 Toyota Prius v are that the Draw-Tite # 24847 has a visible crosstube while the Draw-Tite # 24967 does not, as you can see in the accompanying photos. As for the distance from the end of the receiver to the edge of the bumper that can vary slightly though as you can see from the photos the difference between the two hitches will be minimal. The other difference is that because the Draw-Tite # 24967 has a hidden...
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  • Comparing Trailer Hitches that Fit a 2017 Toyota Prius v
  • We currently carry four trailer hitch receivers that fit your 2017 Toyota Prius v and the best one for you depends on what you're using it for. For example, the EcoHitch, part # 306-X7192, is the best option if you're going to be using the hitch to carry a cargo carrier or bike rack because the hitch pin hole sits closer to the rear bumper so whatever is in the hitch has a higher chance of clearing the bumper. It's also the only one that's a 2 inch receiver and there are more hitch accessories...
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  • Draw-Tite # 24847 vs Curt # C11276 for Carrying Bike Rack with 2014 Toyota Prius
  • The better hitch for carrying a bike rack with your 2014 Toyota Prius is the Draw Tite part # 24847 because unlike the Curt # C11276 it does not require you use a stabilizer strap like # 18050 with a non-supported load like a bike rack. That said, only the Curt is made in the USA and the Draw Tite in Mexico.
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  • Will the Kuat Transfer 2 Bike Rack Fit on a 2012 Toyota Prius V with Draw-Tite Receiver Installed
  • The Kuat Transfer 2 Bike Platform Rack # TS02G is an excellent choice for a wheel mount bike rack and will work perfectly with your 2012 Toyota Prius V that has the Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch Receiver # 24847 installed on it. If security is a feature that you would like to add to the Transfer then I you will want to add the Cable Locks and Hitch Lock # PTSCLK12 as well. These locks will lock the Transfer to your receiver and the bike(s) to the Transfer which will help to deter theft.
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  • Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch and Swagman Bike Rack Compatibility with 2010 Toyota Prius
  • The Draw-Tite # 24847 will sit below the bumper of your 2010 Toyota Prius, where the Draw-Tite # 24967 will have a hidden crosstube. I've attached a photo for comparison. They are equally easy to install and have the same capacity ratings. The 13 inch measurement from the ground to the top inside of the receiver you mentioned means you will have about 11-1/2 inches of clearance from the bottom of the chain loops to the ground. You are correct that the receiver will stick out about...
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  • Will My Class II Hitch Work on my Wifes 2011 Toyota Prius V?
  • Thank you very much very much for your question and congratulations on the potential sale of your vehicle. I did research on your question, and the owner's manual for your wife's 2011 Toyota Prius V has a section on trailer towing. It does indicate Toyota does not recommend towing a trailer with your vehicle.Toyota also does not recommend the installation of a tow hitch or the use of a tow hitch carrier for a wheelchair, scooter, bicycle, etc. Your Toyota is not designed for trailer towing...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch Receiver for a 2011 Toyota Prius to Carry a Bike Rack
  • The 2 trailer hitch receivers that will fit your 2011 Toyota Prius are the Curt # C11276 and the Draw-Tite # 24847. The best choice for you is the Draw-Tite option because when we installed it on a 2011 Prius we found the ground clearance to be 12-1/4 inches as opposed to the Curt's 11 inches. They both have a measurement of 2 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the furthest edge of the bumper so you will not have to worry about it sticking out. The other thing to note is...
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  • Will Trailer Hitch From 2008 Toyota Prius Fit a 2012 Toyota Prius
  • We do have a hitch for you but the trailer hitches we carry for the 2008 Toyota Prius, which I've linked, are not the same as for the 2012. Of the hitches that fit the 2012 Prius I recommend the Draw-Tite which is part # 24847. I prefer it over the Curt, part # C11276, becuase it doesn't require you use a stabilization strap, part # 18050, if you're carrying accessories like a bike rack or cargo carrier. Other than that and how the two hitches look they're basically the same. There's...
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  • Class I Trailer Hitch and Hitch-Mount Platform-Style Bike Carriers for 2014 Toyota Prius
  • The Draw-Tite Class I Sport Frame Receiver Hitch # 24847 is a confirmed no-drill bolt-on installation on your 2014 Toyota Prius. I have linked the written instructions, a helpful article as well as a video to guide your installation. For your choice of 2-bike hitch-mount carrier, both the Swagman XTC-2 # S64670 and their Chinook 2 # S64683 are compatible platform carriers that will work with your hitch. The Chinook does offer a higher bike weight capacity and included locks, as you noted,...
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  • Recommended Bike Rack for 50 lb Folding Tandem Bike on 2012 Toyota Prius
  • The Thule Hitching Post Pro - Folding Tilting 4 Bike Rack w Anti-Sway - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches # TH934XTR will absolutely be compatible with your 2012 Toyota Prius, but is not compatible with your bike due not only to design but also weight. This rack has a weight capacity of 35 lbs per bike. For a bike rack that will work well for this bike as well as you car, I recommend the Saris Freedom EX 2 Bike Platform Rack # SA4412F This is a great rack that will support the 50 lb bike and...
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  • Easy To Use Bike Rack Recommendation for 2015 Toyota Prius With Class I Trailer Hitch
  • Thanks for all that information and there is definitely a bike rack that meets all of your guidelines and will work on the Class I Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 24847 that is on your 2015 Toyota Prius. I highly recommend the Saris Freedom EX 2 Bike Platform Rack # SA4412F because at 27 lbs it is extremely light, making it easy to handle and install in your hitch. It also has a 60 lb per bike weight capacity for E-bikes and a simple to use lever for both tilting the rack down or folding it...
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  • Is a 2 Inch Hitch Available for a 2010 Toyota Prius?
  • The only available hitches for a 2010 Toyota Prius have 1-1/4" receiver openings and are Class I rated. Class I racks are limited to carrying two bikes, though there are some that have an available adapter that allow bikes to be used with either a 2" or 1-1/4" hitch. For a hitch I recommend the Draw-Tite Sportframe # 24847 because it will not require the use of stabilizing straps with a bike rack the way the Curt hitch will. I've added a link to a video install of this hitch on a '10...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch For 2015 Toyota Prius
  • The hitches that are available for your 2015 Toyota Prius are Class l hitches. Class l hitches are limited to a 1-1/4 inch receiver opening due to the lower towing and tongue weight capacity for the vehicles. I recommend the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch, part # 24847. No drilling is required when installing this hitch. If you plan on doing some light towing I recommend a ball mount like part # 3593. This ball mount has a 2-1/8 inch rise or 2-3/4 inch drop. for a 1-7/8 inch hitch ball...
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  • Recommended Hitch for 2012 Toyota Prius V
  • The best hitch for you will depend on what you were wanting to use it for. If you were planning on simply using the hitch as a mount for a bike rack (due to the capabilities of the Class I hitch, you will need a Class I rated bike rack and will be limited to carrying two bikes), the Draw-Tite Class I receiver, part # 24847 would be your best choice. The Curt hitch, # C11276 would also be a fine choice, albeit a bit more expensive. The hitch warranty stipulates that a stabilizing strap...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2016 Toyota Prius V for Bike Rack
  • 2 inch hitches are generally reserved for larger vehicles that would have higher towing capacities than a Prius. For your 2016 Toyota Prius V the only hitch options we have are 1-1/4 inch hitches like the part # 24847. Using a hitch adapter would cut the already low capacity of the hitch in half so your best option would be to upgrade to a compatible bike rack that does not require an adapter. The most popular bike rack we carry that has been confirmed to fit this vehicle is the Swagman...
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