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Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"

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Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Draw-Tite. Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" part number 76112 can be ordered online at or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 3500 lbs GTW
  • Draw-Tite
  • Concealed Cross Tube
  • 525 lbs TW
  • 3500 lbs WD GTW
  • 525 lbs WD TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.


  • 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
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no welding required
    • Complete hardware kit and installation instructions included
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Integrated mounting point lets you attach a bracket for a 4-way or 7-way plug (sold separately)
  • Sturdy, square-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately


  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 3,500 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 3,500 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 525 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 525 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. Technical Support

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

76112 Draw-Tite Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver - Max-Frame

Item # 76112

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Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 76112

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (345 Customer Reviews)

Fully welded vehicle trailer hitch is strong and durable. Draw-Tite's Tested Tough guarantee ensures that this hitch exceeds industry standards. The combination of an e-coat base and a powder coat finish provides excellent rust protection.


Good fitment. Packaging was suspect. Some paint was worn off when I un-packaged it, which surprised me for a powder coated part. I bought this item because I thought the coating was better from what I researched. I live in Michigan and any bare metal is susceptible to rust instantly. And, even though powder coating is tough any hint of rust will make its way under the paint and start bubbling the paint. I touched it up with etching primer. This isn't my first rodeo with hitches rusting. I try to prolong the life of them as much as possible because i keep my vehicles at least 10 years. I also spray oil into the hollow channel to prevent rust. Would have gotten an excellent if packaging wasn't so shoddy.

Hitch and wiring are looking and performing well. No visible rusting on hitch. Note that most of the hitch is protected by the underside plastic splash pan which is great. The wiring I dont leave exposed. I wire it and store it behind the jack storage panel. Then pull it out to use it when needed. This saves it somewhat from the elements and salt in winter. Overall very satisfied with this purchase and would buy it again. Easy DIY install too. Note I used car ramps which helped.
Greg - 06/05/2022

2017 Toyota Sienna

This is a perfect fit on a 2017 Toyota Sienna XLE AWD mini-van. I have never installed one of these before. The installation took me about 2-hours to complete. This would have been significantly easier (and faster) to install if I had someone to help me, but I did not. Doing the install myself, I drove the rear of the vehicle up onto ramps so that I had extra room to work. I used 4 jack-stands to help get the hitch assembly raised up into position. The hitch assembly is very heavy, so it is almost impossible to get it positioned correctly and bolted to the vehicle without two people or without 4 jack-stands or wood-blocks or something like that.

This hitch model is far superior to the other options for this vehicle because this one fits up and behind the bumper, which makes nothing but the hitch receiver visible and also it does not adversely impact ground clearance. The other hitch options for this vehicle leave the entire hitch assembly exposed below the vehicle which not only looks bad, but it also lowers your ground clearance significantly.

Note that there are two metal tabs with screws on them that must be bent down temporarily to get the hitch assembly up into the bumper area. They can be bent back into place once the hitch has been bolted on. I have attached a picture of these metal tabs. I did *not* have to remove the bumper to complete the installation.

I chose to reinstall the plastic panel on the bottom of the vehicle after I installed the hitch. The plastic panel cuts easily and mounts back up just fine.

You will need a torque wrench, 19mm socket, and some extensions to bolt the hitch on. Torque spec is [spec].

Removing the rear exhaust from the rubber hanger is a must. It comes off easily if you spray some WD40 into the rubber exhaust hanger, and this also helps when you try to slip it back on later.

The hitch has worked great! No issues or complaints after a year of usingit with our 2018 Sienna.
Jonathan R - 02/06/2018


The hitch itself is top quality materials, construction, and design... fit perfectly on our 2019 Toyota Sienna. Would defintely buy again and / or recommend to friends.

Area for improvement: paint was scratched in several areas and needed some touch-up prior to installation. I realize this probably happened during the shipping process due to the hitch weight and size. Not a big issue, but thought you'd like to know.

Question: Have you experienced previous issues or concerns with the clearence between the tailpipe and hitch mounting plate? Have not driven the vehicle on a road trip yet, but it looks like it could potentially rattle?? Ref attached picture.... approx 1/8 " clearence.

Overall an excellent product! The ordering / tracking process was simple and easy to follow ..... keep up the good work.

Thank you for your review. You can try bending the hanger bracket that holds your muffler to get more clearance away from the hitch. Here are some other suggestions in the attached help article:
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 06/04/2021


Amazing Hitch. Fit nicely to my 2020 Sienna AWD Platinum Premium. IF you take out rear bumper, it make it a lot easier to install. I am very happy with the Hitch.


Great directions…made it very easy to install (except for getting the bolts tightened to the correct torque). I was able to install the hitch with the vehicle on the ground (I have a slight downward pitch to my driveway). Easy to customize trim pieces. Worst part was adjusting the exhaust hanger to the tailpipe so it didn’t rattle against the side of the receiver (2020 Toyota Sienna XLE). Ended up using a different part of the rubber hanger to keep the tailpipe where it needed to be.


Just opened it today after a month because I’m so busy. But the product etrailer sent me have so many cosmetics damage that the metal is already showing up and very prone to rusting. Looks like it was mis handled at the warehouse because the delivery box is in good condition but the product was damaged. Poor handling by etrailer. This will delay my installation because I need to repair first the damages. Not a satisfied customer. Now I have to spend more coz I have to buy paint.

2011 Toyota Sienna

I was able to install in my driveway by backing up on two 2x6 blocks and extra clearance with the driveway curb.

The hardest part of installation was dropping the exhaust, as it took me many attempts using different tools and a lot of lube to get the rubber hanger off the bolt. I was eventually able to use a large/long flat head screwdriver shaft to pry it off the bolt: I slowly worked the screw driver from the back of the rubber (back side the van) through to the front nipple (frontal direction of the van), and levering off the front of the nipple. The same general approach worked, in reverse, to get the rubber hanger back on the bolt.

Everything else was super easy. About two hours total time.

2012 Toyota Sienna

Installation went well on 2012 Toyota Sienna and very similar to your nice installation video. As I had to install it myself, I put the back end of the van up on ramps and used 16" tall cement foundation blocks to hold the hitch near position so that it was easy to position each side after that. I narrowed the plastic cutout in the bottom shield to 3.25" wide vs. 4" (on the video) for a cleaner look. All was well until I viewed the finish product from the rear end and noticed the 2" x 2" hitch channel was welded on crooked at the factory, so the Draw-Tite folks definitely need to inspect their weld fixtures to lock in alignment better. The angled hitch will definitely have an amplified look if I ever mount a flat hitch rack to it.

2016 Toyota Sienna

I had been reluctant to try an install on my own but the etrailer videos were fantastic and with a little help from a friend, this was a relatively easy install on my 2016 Sienna. Start to finish was probably 1.5 hrs. Like others, I was a little bummed to have to deal with a paint chip right out of the box (see photo) but after a quick prime and paint with a rust inhibitor, it was good to go. A couple of tools really helped speed things up--plastic fastener removal tool and exhaust hanger removal pliers. Short money and worth it. The rubber isolator is a pain to deal with (on and off) but the exhaust hanger removal pliers (along with WD 40) are the way to go. The hitch looks great and will get a work out on an upcoming 220 mile trip. I can't say enough about the etrailer videos--everything worked pretty much exactly as detailed in those videos. Lastly, I had to cut the plastic appearance panel a little deeper than the 5" noted in the instructions. I probably went 6 or 6.5" deep and 3.5" wide. It was pretty obvious when I tried to reinstall the panel how much deeper I had to cut.

Ford Edge

Well built hitch, though arrived with the paint scratched off in several spots - a quick repaint and no worries. Mounting went without a hitch (sorry) - the hitch's 6 mounting holes lined up precisely with the frame weldnuts. I didn't remove the bumper cover so I had to yank a little bit on the bottom edge of the cover to get the hitch up into it's cavity. Two metal tabs used by the underpan cover have to be temporarily bent down for the hitch to clear and then bent upwards to their original orientation. Mounting took a little over an hour with a friend to help support the weight of the hitch (it's heavy). The hitch tucks nicely into the space provided by Toyota though the tailpipe wound up pressed against the side of the passenger-side hitch support plate - this is apparently a common issue so I plan to adjust the tailpipe hanger to resolve it when I get a chance.


It went in without a hitch. No but seriously, the hitch fit perfect. The video took all the guess work out of he install. Great product and services offered by a great store. Thank you etrailer

The receiver is still in perfect condition. The hardware still looks great and I’ve pulled pretty close to the 3500lb limit. Now to install some airbags.
Meric V - 05/08/2018

2013 Toyota Sienna

I ordered the receiver on a Tuesday, it shipped on Wednesday and arrived on Saturday (yesterday as I write this). I know other reviews had mentioned chips in the finish but mine was immaculate. I was very impressed with the boxing/packaging. It was both minimalist (to reduce the amount I needed to fit in my recycling bin) and protective at the same time.

There've been plenty of other comments on the full install so I'm focusing on what went well for me, and what I would've liked to do.

My driveway is sloped downward toward my garage. Combined with the slope to the street, this leave me a nice peak to place my rear wheels on, and leaves me plenty of space for my wheeled creeper to roll around beneath. Even on an SE, which rides lower to the ground. I installed mine solo and in the dark of night (the sacrifices needed when you're parenting a 20-month-old toddler). All-in-all, I think it took me just under 2 hours to install, with a bunch of repeated trips into my garage to look for various tools.

It would've been nice to have an extra hand, but with COVID, I wasn't going to call any friends over. So muscling the hitch up while laying on my back was one of the harder things to do. As others have mentioned, there is actually enough clearance to slip the hitch up between the exhaust pipe and the frame without yanking it off the hanger. But, it would have been MUCH easier to tighten it up without the pipe in the way. If you're doing this solo, on the ground, and without pulling the exhaust off the hanger, I'd recommend putting up the exhaust side first, as that leaves free movement to lift it into place. I hand started the bolt closest to the front of the van first, just to get it into place (just tightening 5 or 6 turns will hold it up. Then I did one more bolt before moving to the driver side, where I put all 3 bolts in place. With the hitch frame up and the bolts still somewhat loose, I was able to get the last passenger side bolt in place.

There's enough clearance above the exhaust pipe to squeeze in a regular socket wrench to snug up the bolts. But getting a long torque wrench under there was near impossible as-is. So I took a piece of 4 foot 2x4 and wedged it under the hitch (it's shaped slightly triangular giving you a nice point to use for leverage). With the wood forcing the exhaust pipe lower, I was just barely able to get a socket on a 2-inch extension onto the bolts. I have a cheaper Husky torque wrench so I was tightening it up 3-4 clicks at a time. It was a lot of effort getting it to click at 75 pounds while lying on my back and holding the socket up against the bolt with my left hand. But once that was done, moving on to the driver side was a piece of cake. In hindsight, I would've preferred to yank the exhaust pipe off the hanger. But I've done that for other projects on other cars and removing it always felt 100 times easier than hanging it back up, even lubricated.

When the 6th, and last, bolt clicked on my torque wrench, the final bit was fairly easy. I think I read in another review somewhere that you need to cut the underbody cover a little deeper than the instructions recommend (5 inches), and I have to agree. I didn't measure it out, but I cut closer to 6 inches and still needed a little more room. I couldn't quite get the screws by the bumper cover to align, so I took my knife and cut 1-inch slits, which let me fold the cover up a bit and pull the bumper cover closer to screw them in.

If you can get a hand to help hold the receiver in place, I highly recommend doing so. But if you don't have extra help available, try not to lift the rear of your car too high as that just means more height that you'd have to hoist up the receiver, which is a beast to maneuver if you're lying on your back. I laid out perpendicular to the car and was able to use my legs to lift the middle of the crossbar and help get the bolt holes lined up. I also used a bit of blue thread locker as I don't ever want to have to go under there to tighten bolts again.

Etrailer's installation video was incredibly helpful to visualize the install process. I watched it 3 or 4 times before the hitch receiver arrived and didn't need to refer back to the instructions to get the basic installation done.

Lastly, no comments about how dirty my van is. I know it needs a wash.

2015 Toyota Sienna

Delivery came in 3 days after ordering from eTrailer. Installation on a 2015 Toyota Sienna took 2 hours. The eTrailer installation video was a huge help. It was probably a little trickier than normal for me because I didn't have the vehicle raised on anything, so clearance underneath was a bit tight. The hardest parts were 1. prying the exhaust isolator free, and 2. lifting the hitch up under the vehicle and getting the initial bolts hand-tightened (my wife helped with this to hold the hitch in place while I hand tightened the bolts). The hitch looks great once installed - with only the hitch receiver visible below the bumper. I'll use the hitch just for a bike rack, no towing, so did not have to do any installation for electrical connections. Very happy with this product, and the service + delivery from eTrailer!

2017 Toyota Sienna

I installed this hitch on my 2017 Toyota Sienna. The fit and finish was excellent, and the instructions were clear and straightforward. The final appearance was much better than the hitch on my previous Toyota. It's almost invisible except for the receiver tube. The only downside is that there is an occasional rattle when the exhaust pipe vibrates and touches the hitch. I plan on adding some clearance to the pipe to fix this.

You mentioned that you were experiencing rattle with the exhaust pipe against the hitch.. I know that you are planning on fixing it by adding clearance to the exhaust pipe which is what we would suggest. We have an FAQ that provides suggestions on different methods to add the needed clearance. Please see the FAQ below.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/18/2022

2015 Subaru Outback Wagon

Hitch arrived quick and well packed, but it still had few paint chips on, which was a bit of a let down. Installation was easier than my other hitch instalations on a Subaru Outback. What took the longest was to actually take the underbody cover off since there is plenty of fastners holding it in place. I have a 2015 Sienna SE and I did NOT have to bent the two metal tabs that install video talks about. I simply had my wife gently pull the bumper cover away from the car (really, just an inch or so, it's very flexible) and I was easily able to slide the hitch in place. Then, just installed the bolts. Trimmed the underbody panel per the instructions and I was done.

2017 Toyota Sienna

Great hitch with a fair price. Would like a better tracking system as I got a few conflicting delivery dates. Overall, service and product was very good

Not a problem with the hitch but it does contact the muffler occasionally and rattles
Truman - 04/16/2022

2013 Toyota Sienna

When I started looking for hitches, one of the big things I wanted was to not see it. This hitch is up tight and is not seen. I put it on in 20 minutes with help from my 9 year old son. No need to remove the muffler, long extension works fine. No local parts store even came close to price. I ordered on Saturday and it arrived Wednesday. 2013 Toyota Sienna

2015 Toyota Sienna

Perfect fit! This hitch is hidden with little ground clearance interference. I had a second person help with holding the hitch. We did not remove the exhaust for access to the bolts on the passenger side.

2020 Toyota Sienna

We just installed the hitch and it looks great! I like that the side bars are hidden. It was very helpful to choose a hitch after reading the recommendation from your website about the best one to pick for my car. The only problem we had was the tail pipe was rattling because it was too close to the hitch. We had to bend it away but it works just fine.

Great Product. I would highly recommend it!
Mary E - 12/17/2021

2014 Toyota Sienna

Well made receiver and straightforward install on my 2014 AWD Sienna. The receiver did have some paint damage with 4 chips on a few different edges which I sprayed with rustoleum before installing. I would plan on having a can on hand for touch ups. The exhaust on the AWD's is laid out differently than the non AWD version shown in the install video which I *think* made it a little harder to remove the rubber isolators with a prying tool as there isn't really anywhere to get great leverage. I ended up running a strap around the rubber isolators (on the exhaust hangers) to pull them off which worked really well. Pushing them back on by hand is much easier than removing.


To put it best... it's complicated.
good: I love the way this hitch fits on my minivan. It's also nice to still be able to use the plastic under cover, after I trimmed it to fit.

The bad: The installation is a challenge. You really need to pull the rest bumper cover off to avoid bending brackets that will be needed to reinstall the under cover. Also, my exhaust pipe was bent in such a way that it had a hard interference with with pipe. I was able to bend the tailpipe a little so it would only rattle when I took right-hand turns, but that was only temporary until I could make it to the exhaust shop and they move the pipe for $30. I installed this on a 2019 Toyota sienna. It would also be nice if there was a template for how to trim the under cover.


Zero issues, easy install and no adjustments needed after 1 year

2020 Toyota Sienna

etrailer needs to spend the extra $3 to add styrofoam to their boxes


The hitch is so easy to install just exactly as the video shows, I think anyone can do it. The flushness looks like a factory install.

Toyota Sienna

Works great on my Sienna.. Would be nice if it did not make noises when turning without pulling anything (this was seen in other reviews too); might not be a hitch issue.

Working well outside of the hitch squeaking on turns.
Joe - 01/19/2022

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    I took a look at all of the hitches that fit a 2013 Toyota Sienna, and the one that is going to give you the most ground clearance is the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Receiver # 76112. As you can see in the linked video install, when we test fit this hitch on a '13 Sienna we found it was 12 inches from the top of the receiver to the ground. It als has a very sturdy 525 lb tongue weight capacity, which is the second-most among hitches.
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    The Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 76112 is a great option for a 2020 Toyota Sienna. It is designed so that you can install this yourself, at home, with minimal tools or experience. I have even attached an install video for you which walks you though the process step by step. That said, if you still don't feel confirmed you can install the trailer hitch yourself you can take it with you to pretty much any local RV dealer with a service center and they can do this for...
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  • Will the Draw-Tite 76112 Sit Flat Once Installed?
    Though hitches do sometimes have an upward cant to them, the receiver on the Draw-Tite # 76112 will sit mostly level once installed on your 2016 Toyota Sienna. The pictures we have of it not installed do make it look like it will have a severe angle, but this is due to how the brackets will attach to the underside of the vehicle. I included a video of an install we did with the # 76112 on a 2016 Sienna that will show this in greater detail. If you jump to the 2 minute 14 second mark, you...
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