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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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  • 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • 2000 lbs GTW
  • 200 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • Visible Cross Tube
Call etrailer.com at 800-298-8924 for expert service. We are your Toyota trailer hitch experts, and offer a lowest price guarantee. etrailer.com carries a complete line of Curt products for your Toyota Prius 2004. Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" part C11468 from Curt can be ordered online at etrailer.com. Complete trailer hitch installation instructions and technical support.

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2004 Toyota Prius - Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4"

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


  • Custom fit is designed specifically for your Toyota Prius
  • 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
  • Made in the USA


  • 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

Note: All non-trailer loads - bike racks, cargo carriers and so forth - should be supported with stabilizing straps. Failure to properly support these loads will void your hitch warranty from Curt.

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11468 Curt Class 1 Trailer Hitch Receiver

C11468 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details C11468 Installation instructions
Weight Carrying Capacity
Gross Towing Weight (GTW):
2,000 lbs.

Tongue Weight (TW):
200 lbs.

Weight Distribution Capacity
Hitch does not allow
use of weight distribution

No drilling required Manufacturer Estimated Installation Time

Tech Tip

No drilling required for installation , Fascia trimming required for installation

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 Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 Toyota Prius - Curt

Speaker 1: Today on our 2009 Toyota Prius we're going to be taking a look at, and showing you how to install, the Curt Class One Custom Fit Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number C11468.Here's what our hitch is going to look like on our Prius. That cross tube is going to sit just right below the bumper and is going to be visible, but the main thing that we're going to see is the receiver tube sticking out. It's going to offer us an inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening, which is going to be perfect for adding a bike rack or cargo carrier to the back of our Prius.The way we're going to mount any of our accessories is going to be through the hitch-pin hole, here on the side. And it is going to accept a standard half-inch pin and clip, which are included with the hitch, which is always a nice added bonus. As far as the safety chain connection points go, it's going to be a loop-style welded to the bottom of the receiver tube and, as you can see, we're not going to have too much trouble getting most size hooks on or off. And, if we look, the hitch-pin hole is going to be slightly off-center, which is going to make it a lot easier to get those hooks in place and not have to worry about too much interference from the pin and clip or if you're using a locking device.As far as weight capacity goes, our hitch is going to have a 200 pound tongue weight, which is the maximum force at the receiver tube.

It's also going to have a 2000 pound gross trailer weight rating, which is the total amount it can pull, including the trailer and everything we have loaded on it. With those numbers in mind, you always want to double-check your Prius' owner's manual and never exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight. If you do plan on doing some light-duty towing, we do have draw bars that are specifically available for this hitch here at etrailer.com.I'd like to give you a few measurements that will help out when deciding for accessories for your new hitch, such as the bike rack or a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch-pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumpers you're right about one and a half inches. That measurement is going to come in handy when looking at folding accessories to make sure you have adequate clearance, so that the accessory doesn't come in contact with the rear bumper.

From the ground to the inside top edge of the receiver tube opening, it's going to be right about 11 and a half inches. At that height I would definitely recommend a bike rack, or a cargo carrier, with a raised shank to make sure we have adequate ground clearance.Now that we've seen what our hitch looks like and gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get it installed. To begin our installation we're going to want to come underneath the back of our Prius. We're going to have to remove this plastic panel that's on the passenger side. Now, we're going to have a few plastic pushpins towards the back.

I'll go ahead and pop those out. You'll notice that is has small ridges around it. You're going to want to come underneath the center section and pop that section out first, which is going to take the tension off of the clip. And then we can pull the rest of the pushpin out. If you try to pop out the whole thing at once, without releasing that tension, most likely the clip will break.Now, we're going to have a few screws that are also holding it in place.

So towards the very outside edge, the panel will have one here, and if we follow that back and come up, right by these lines, we'll have another one that's holding it in place. Then, finally, towards the center of our trunk pan, there will be another one here. In our application, ours has broken off, so we're just going to pull down on the panel. There's a little retaining nut on the inside that's going to hold it to the stud. For the other two, we'll take a 10 millimeter socket and we'll unthread the screws. With all the fasteners removed, we can go ahead and pull this panel out and we can set it aside.Now, on each side of the frame rail, towards the back, we're going to have these recovery hooks here. They'll be held on by two bolts. We're going to grab a 14 millimeter socket and we can pull those bolts out. We're going to have another hook on the passenger side frame rail, so we'll pull that one out as well. And we're not going to be reinstalling these.Now, even though there we're bolts inside these well nuts in the frame, it's always a good idea to clean out the threads. So I'm just going to take a little bit of spray lubricant, spray it inside the hole, and then take a nylon tube brush and just run it in and out, and make sure the threads are nice and clean. Now, if you need one of these tube brushes, you can pick one up here at etrailer.com. We'll go ahead and repeat that for all the remaining holes.It's always a good idea to get an extra set of hands. We're going to lift our hitch up and we're going to line the holes up in the hitch with the toe hook holes in the frame. Then we can take one of our hex bolts, along with a conical tooth washer. You just want to make sure those teeth are facing up towards the hitch. We're going to get one bolt started on each side, just loosely, so we can make sure that the hitch isn't going to fall down. Once we have one bolt started on each side, we can put the rest of our hardware in place. I'm going to come back with a 17 millimeter socket and snug up all my hardware.Now, using that same 17 millimeter socket and a torque wrench, I'm going to torque all my hardware down. We'll find that specification in our instructions. You just want to make sure you repeat that for all the remaining hardware. In order to get our panel back in place, we are going to have to trim it. Now, they do give you a guide in the instructions, and I went ahead and marked out the area that we're going to need to cut. This little loop, oval hole, is where our tow hook was coming out. We're going to want to cut that section straight back, towards the back of the panel, so there's going to be a nice little relief.Now, I'm going to be using a pair of tin snips to cut it out. You can use whatever you have available, a rotary tool, tin snips, or just a sharp utility knife, because it is just plastic. You just want to make sure that you stay far enough away from the mounting hole, so we can still get our pushpins back in. We can always come back and trim a little bit more, if need be, but we can always test fit it to make sure it does fit. We test fit our panel and the section is wide enough to go around our hitch, but we did find that we need to extend this back section out a little bit. We'll just come in and we're just going to make another little relief cut going straight back, no more than a couple inches, and it should be fine to pass our hitch through.With our panel trimmed out, we can go ahead and slide it into position and just push it back on that stud, to hold it in place. Make sure everything lines up, then we can start putting all of our hardware back in. With our pushpins, you want to push that outer section in first, making sure that center section is still sticking out. Then once you have your pushpin going through, we'll push in on the center section to lock it down.That will finish up your look at the Curt Class One Custom Fit Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number C11468, on our 2009 Toyota Prius.

Customer Reviews

Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class I - 1-1/4" - C11468

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (25 Customer Reviews)

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

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2005 Toyota Prius

Products seems very well-built and painted, I expect it will last for the life of the car, if not beyond. Only flaw on build is that manufacturer could have cleaned up weld splash before painting. E-Trailer could do a better job in packing item. Ends of hitch should be covered with padding (cardboard, etc) Sharp edges of heavy items will tend to blow through box. Arrived with minor scratches. Hitch was very easy to attach, holes aligned perfectly making an install straight forward! 557563

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Installed easily and solidly built. Required slight modification of a plastic shroud on the drivers side. From start to finish was under an hour. 43597

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Excellent product, ships quickly, very easy to install on the vehicle, attached my 4 bike carrier into the receiver and went for a ride, works perfectly! 6638

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The hitch trailer is sturdy and well made, and I had no problem installing it myself. 86873

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2005 Toyota Prius

Super fast shipping, not sure if this is business as usual but I ordered this product on a Monday night and it was at my door Wednesday afternoon, wow! Install took me about 90 minutes doing it completely by myself, so if you have help, you could probably trim 30 minutes off that time. Installing it without a lift or with a jack probably added some time too. What took the longest by far lining up the back bolt on each side. I had to use the suggested board trick while having all the bolt completely loose on both sides, even with that, it was still a pain. On an 85 degree day, I almost gave up on it, but then picturing how much more cargo and stuff I can pull, I persevered. If at all possible, use lift to install this item. Also, as another review said, you'll probably need to trim the plastic cover a bit towards the car along with what is suggested in the video, at least with my 2005 Prius. 21270

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Hitch is well made, but the install was more hassle than need be. On my Prius the mounting holes in the hitch were an aggravating 1/8th inch too narrow. Once you find the right block of wood you can lever the hitch just that much wider and get the bolts started. You might file the holes a little bit ahead of time and make the job easier. ( a lot easier), this is an easy install made harder by poor engineering. Also, the pin that holds the thing you are inserting into the hitch is misdrilled and you cannot get the clip to fully engage, crazy! ( The orientation of the clip hole vs the handle on the pin just isn't right. This is an issue as the clip is almost engaged, but not fully. I'll grind the end and imagine it will work. Again, no one is really paying attention to what they are selling you. 409886

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Very solid and arrived as scheduled. The 2 items I ordered on line were not compatible. Their costumer service contacted me and corrected my order with matching pieces. Pleased with the service. 462264

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Hitch, lock device, Bike Rack, and Fat tire adapter for my 2005 Toyota Prius. Hitch was perfect fit. 429855

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Installed easily. One complaint is that you can not fit the cotter pin into the hitch pin without bending one of the chain loops down a little. The hitch pin needed to rotate more. 390038

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What great people! Everything was easy-- from the ordering process to the delivery. The hitch arrived quickly and I just had it installed, which I didn't do but it was a very quick visit to the garage. 180845

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So far the hitch receiver has held up beautifully! As far as I know, it fit onto my Prius with no problems (I had a mechanic install it, because I didn't have any way to raise my car). A week after installing, I drove across the country with this and a bike rack attached, with no problems of any kind. I can't ask for anything else. 413510


No problems to report - holding up well.

Travis T - 08/01/2018


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We bought this product for a long trip so that we could attach a bike rack. It's working great. Nice to have a hitch that we can depend on. Really like the customer service from etrailer. They are so friendly and helpful. 157767

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2013 Toyota Prius

March 2013 - '07 Toyota Prius Curt Hitch. This is my second Curt hitch from etrailer.com, and they are great products that hold up well even with the salt and sand in winter. The Prius hitch is very easy to install for a DIY'er. It takes about 45 minutes with only basic tools. The instructions are clear and the hitch lined up perfectly. This hitch is perfect for light duty or a bike rack, and is barely noticeable once installed. It is my opinion that the Curt hitch is worth the extra money as it is a very high quality product. 72295

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Hitch looks very heavy duty compared to the last car hitch I put on. I have not put on hitch yet and won't have time till Thursday after work. Thank you. Jeff 26062

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Toyota Prius

fit like a charm, no problems I had read that with some hitches you had to re=route the exhaust pipe on the prius so that the exhaust would not melt the plastic trim. Not a problem with this product. Simple to install. 3335

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I just installed this hitch myself and it went on as expected. Since I did it alone, I got one side bolted into the frame and then had to use a screwdriver to help align the holes on the other side of the hitch to the frame. Some installation videos suggested a 2x4 but I could not do that by myself, however, using the screwdriver to align the holes worked. 49239

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Worked as advertised. Installation was straight forward. Instructions were sufficient. I was able to do it without assistance even though I was 77 years old. I cannot comment on the strength of the hitch as I only use it for my bike rack. 269727

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This is a great and well made hitch, and easy to install. I'm giving it a 4 star, rather than 5 star, because the cotter pin that comes with it is impossible to securely fasten with the hairpin, because the angle of the hole in the cotter pin, is such that the hairpin won't fit through without hitting the back of the hitch, the round chain holes on the bottom, or the metal plate on top. It doesn't seem secure to me, because the only way I could get the hairpin in at all was to insert it facing up with the round side down. Even then, I couldn't get it in quite all the way for the hairpin to rest on the cotter pin. 37531

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2006 Toyota Prius

Very satisfied with the Curt trailer hitch receiver on my 2006 Prius. Thanks to great instructions, especially the video, it was easy to install with no lift needed. The fascia fasteners on my car didn't quite match the video - 5 of the 6 fasteners were different from the others - but all were easy to remove and replace. Just returned from an 800 mile trip with 2 bikes on a new hitch rack. I used the stabilization strap and there was no bounce and very little side to side sway. Thanks etrailer! 395006

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On the plus side, this is a pretty solid hitch. It should do the job at least as well as any other. On the minus side, this thing was an absolute nightmare to install. Curt must not use a proper jig to weld and drill because the holes were misaligned by something like 3/8 of an inch. It took me two hours and a good deal of brute force to get all four bolts in. I watched the etrailer installation video before my attempt and I did use the 2x4 trick. It helped to use a second shorter piece of wood to apply the load closer to the bolts, high on the flange. Personally, I would tell a friend to try a different brand of hitch in hopes of an easier installation. 48178

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Works well as designed, took a little effort to install alone a second set of hands is suggested. 483172

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I am very satisfied with the hitch I bought from etrailer.com. I have never had any trouble or problem with it. 448123

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Product arrived on time and is now installed. Very easy to install. Pulled the teardrop trailer around the block and seemed to do jsut great. First big trip will be in September. 141435

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I found the hitch was very rugged and well made. The only complaint I had was the spacing side to side of the mounting holes, they were off by about 1/8" to 1/4". I was able to get it bolted on the car but not without a bit of persuasion. It does in fact show that in the installation video. Shipping was very good, ordered on Sunday and it was here Thursday. 45407

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Toyota Prius

I am planning a trip to Acadia National Park this Summer and needed a 4-bike carrier for my Prius. After viewing the instructional video and reading reviews, I was convinced that the Curt hitch and Thule rack were exactly what I needed. Everything was just as easy as the video made it sound. I put the hitch and the rack on the car by myself in about an hour. I would recommend the product and this web site to anyone who asks. 18561


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  • Where Does a Stabilizing Strap Attach for a Cargo Carrier and CURT Trailer Hitch, 2009 Toyota Prius
  • CURT Class I, II, and some Class III trailer hitches do require the use of stabilizing strap # 18050 on all non-trailer loads to be in compliance with the CURT warranty. A non-trailer load would include a cargo carrier, so you would need to use the strap. One end of the strap would be secured to the cargo carrier, the other end has a rubber coated hook. This hook can be placed in the gap between the trunk lid or hatch and the body of the vehicle on a Toyota Prius. The purpose of the...
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  • Curt 18110 compared to 18140
  • First lets talk about a hitch for your 2007 Toyota Prius, I would recommend the Draw Tite hitch part # 24808. The reason for this is that Curt recommends you use a stabilizer strap like part # 18050 when you use a non-supported load on the hitch like a cargo carrier. Draw Tite doesn't have that requirement so I think you would be happier with the # 24808. Now the differences between the Curt Cargo Carriers part # C18110 and the # C18145 are pretty substantial. I personally like the #...
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  • What Hitch and Wiring is Need for a 2007 Toyota Prius and How do I Install
  • We carry 2 hitches for your 2007 Toyota Prius, part # 24808 and # 11468. I have included links to these hitches and their instructions below. We also have a video of one of these hitches being installed on a 2006 Toyota Prius. Your 2007 Prius can be wired for towing a trailer, but there is not a plug and play type harness available for it. You will need to locate the tail light wires in the trunk, identifying them with a circuit tester, and then splice the harness into them. There...
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  • Available Trailer Hitch Receivers for 2007 Toyota Prius
  • The Draw-Tite # 24808 and Curt # C11468 are the available hitch receivers for your 2006 Toyota Prius. Both are Class I and have a towing capacity of 2000 lbs. Our most popular hitch for your Prius is the Draw-Tite # 24808. I have included a short installation video for you. In order for a Class II or Class III hitch to be available, the vehicle would have to have a towing capacity that would warrant the higher rated hitch. In this case the frame on the Prius could not handle the...
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  • Where to Attach Stabilizing Straps when Using the Curt Hitch # 11468 On a 2008 Toyota Prius
  • You would attach a stabilizing strap like the Curt Bike Rack Strap with Cambuckle, # 18050, to the T where the upright bar meets the cross bar that holds the bike rack arms on the Thule Parkway 4 Bike Carrier, item # TH956. You would then attach the rubber coated hook on the end of the strap to the metal trunk lip on the vehicle and tighten the strap. You do not want to put undue stress on the lip when tightening the strap. The Curt Class I Hitch, # 11468, and your 2008 Toyota Prius...
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  • Recommended Hitch and Small Trailer for 2009 Toyota Prius
  • I'd highly recommend you check your owners manual or with Toyota about using the Prius for towing. I do know that they don't recommend it for certain model years. I'd recommend Draw-Tite part # 24808. If you decide to use the vehicle for towing, you would also need a ball mount and trailer wiring harness like part # 118505. The size trailer ball you need would depend on the trailer you use. The smaller utility trailers would use a 1-7/8 inch diameter ball like part # 19256 or #...
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  • Recommended Ball Mount or Draw Bar for a 2005 Toyota Prius
  • The correct draw bar for your 2005 Toyota Prius will depend on the trailer hitch that you have installed. All of the trailer hitches available for your vehicle are Class I rated hitches. Trailer hitch manufacturers recommend using the draw bar that was specifically tested with their hitch. For example, if you have the Curt Class I Trailer Hitch, # C11468, installed, then the draw bar that you will want is part # C45521. If you have the Draw-Tite Class I Hitch, # 24808, then you will...
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  • 2 inch Hitch Adapter Availability for 2007 Toyota Prius for Using a Bike Rack
  • All the hitches that we have that are for a 2007 Toyota Prius are Class I hitches and have a 1-1/4 inch receiver opening. Due to the attachment points on the vehicle and the weight rating of a Class I hitch it is limited to carrying 2 bikes. Some manufacturers have have installed stops in the hitches to make them specifically exclusive to using Class I rated hitch accessories, including bike racks. I have included a helpful article that explains this further. A hitch adapter might be...
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  • Can Hitch from 2004 Toyota Prius Be Installed on 2010 Model
  • We do have a hitch fit for your 2010 Prius, but the Draw-Tite # 24808 that you purchased for your 2004 Prius fits 2004-2009 Toyota Prius models, but unfortunately not the 2010 model. For your 2010, I'd recommend the Draw-Tite # 24847. The hitch attachment points on the 2010 model are different than those of the 2004, so there's no safe way to modify your old hitch so it'll work. Attempting to modify the hitch can affect the strength of the steel that the hitch is constructed of, which...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for 2010 Toyota Prius
  • In 2010 they redesigned the Prius enough to require a new hitch fit. So the # C11468 would not carry over to your new Prius. Instead you'd want the Draw Tite part # 24847 which is a confirmed fit. I like this hitch over the Curt because it does not require the use of a stabilizer strap when carrying a non-supported load like a bike rack. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out as well.
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  • Can Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver with Drawbar, Part # 11468, Haul 2000 lbs with a 2009 Prius
  • The 2009 Prius is not specified to tow anything, according to the manufacturer. However, you will want to double check your owners manual to confirm the manufacturer recommendations and precautions in this regard. The Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver with Drawbar - Custom Fit, part # 11468, will fit your vehicle. It is intended for purposes such as supporting a bike rack or small cargo carrier. This light-duty Class I hitch receiver has a tongue weight (TW) rating of 200 pounds, which is...
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  • Carrying Bikes on a 2009 Toyota Prius
  • You're correct that using a hitch adapter does lose some of the stability. However, there are only 2 hitch receivers available or your 2009 Toyota Prius, parts # 24808 and # C11468, and they're both Class I, 1-1/4 inch hitches. This is to prevent the overloading of the vehicle since its weight capacity is extremely low. Instead I recommend using a trunk mount bike rack. The Thule Gateway XT, part # TH9006XT, is a great option that's confirmed to fit the Prius. I've linked a video...
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  • Distance From Hitch Pin Hole to End of Receiver on Draw-Tite and Curt Hitches for 2005 Toyota Prius
  • From the hitch pin hole to the end of the receiver tube of the Curt # C11468 is 1-7/8 inches and the same measurement on Draw-Tite # 24808 is 2-1/8 inches. They're both a Class I hitch receivers so you'll need to use accessories specifically designed for Class I. You should know, the Curt hitch requires you to use a support strap, # 18050, when using the hitch to carry a bike rack.
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  • Recommendation for Class I Trailer Hitch to be Used with Bike Carrier on 2009 Toyota Prius
  • The Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 24808 and the Curt Trailer Hitch # C11468 are the two hitch options currently available for your 2009 Toyota Prius. I recommend the Draw-Tite # 24808. It is our most popular hitch for the 2009 and the main difference from the Curt model is that it does not require a stabilization strap for hitch mounted accessories. This is a Class I hitch with a 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" receiver opening and a tongue weight capacity of 200 lbs which would be perfect for carrying lighter...
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