Best 2012 Toyota Prius c Hitch Options

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Best 2012 Toyota Prius c Hitch Options


Today we'll be going over the best 3 hitches options available for the 2012 Toyota Prius C. We're going to have our Draw Tite Class I Receiver Hitch, with our inch and a quarter by an inch and a quarter receiver 2. Part number 24889. We're going to have our Hidden Hitch, which is going to be very similar to our Draw Tite, it's going to be that Class I Receiver Hitch. Part Number 60308. Now we're going to have our Curt, which you can see is going to be significantly different then the other 2. It's going to be a Class I Receiver Hitch, with our inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver 2. Part number C11299. They're all going to have a black powder coat finish, which is going to help to prevent any kind of rusting corrosion. They're going to be nice and tucked up underneath the back side of the bumper, or you can see the bumper is going to rest right here on top of the plate on all 3. The Hidden Hitch and the Draw Tite are both going to mount using 4 bolts, 2 on either side.

The Curt is going to mount using 3 bolts on either side, with a total of 6. All 3 of these receiver hitches will have included hardware, and it's going to be a very easy installation. The Hidden Hitch and the Draw Tite are both going to be a little bit heavier duty then the Curt. Offering a 200 pound tongue weight, and a 2,000 gross trailer weight on either of these. Now the Curt, on the bottom here, is going to offer a 150 pound tongue weight, and a 1,000 pound gross trailer weight. All the tie downs will be very similar. The Hidden Hitch and the Draw Tite will have a little bit heavier duty gage tie downs then the Curt will. Another difference between the Draw Tite, Hidden Hitch, and the Curt is going to be the pin hole location. From the center of the pin hole to the outer most part of the receiver tube is going to be about 2 inches on the Curt. Where as the Hidden Hitch and the Draw Tite you're looking at about 2 and a quarter inches. All 3 receiver hitches are going to have a heavy duty fully welded construction.

You can see those welts straight throughout. The only significant difference, when you're visually looking at it from the back of the vehicle, is that you can see that the Hidden Hitch and the Draw Tite all they're going to have is that inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver tube, with the chain tie downs hanging down. Well as the Curt you're going to have that back bracket as well, that is going to be hanging down on the backside. They're all going to have a sleek look on the back of the vehicle. That will do it for our review of the best 3 hitch options available for the 2012 Toyota Prius C.

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