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Best 1986 Toyota Pickup Hitch Options

Today we'll be taking a look at the best hitch options for your 1986 Toyota pickup. Here we have our two hitches. The top one here is going to be our CURT Class 3. That part number is going to be 13086. Down here we have our Draw-Tite Class 3. That's going to be part number 75031. These are both Class 3 hitches, meaning they'll have a 2" by 2" receiver tube opening.





1986 Toyota Pickup Questions and Answers


  • Trailer Wiring Harness for a 1986 Toyota Truck with LED Tail Lights and Fixing Hyperflash
  • First, to fix the hyperflash problem, you may need to use something like Putco LED Light Bulb Load-Resistor Kit, # P230004C. You would need to use one for every light affected. This product was designed specifically to fixes hyperflashing or burned-out bulb indicators on turn signals with LED lights. I have included a link to the installation details for reference. When you say deadended do you mean that the right side signal is not separately grounded? If so, then this could be causing...
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  • Are Bumper Brackets Needed for Support when Installing the CURT Hitch #13086 on a 1986 Toyota Pickup
  • You can install the Curt Class III Receiver Hitch, # 13086, on your 1986 Toyota pickup. The installation instructions, see link, detail installation on vehicles without a rear bumper. The bumper brackets are not needed for installation or support. Some items you may want to consider to complete your towing setup are the etrailer.com Ball Mount Kit, # 989900, and the Trailer Wiring Harness Kit, # 119179KIT.
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  • Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for a 1986 Toyota Granville Motorhome
  • I spoke with my contact at Timbren, and he informed me that you would want to use the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System # TTOR2002 that you referenced on your 1986 Granville Motor Home with a 1 ton rear axle. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out, and you can view some additional information on suspension enhancement systems at the included link.
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  • Both Trailer Turn Signals Blink at the Same Time with 1986 Toyota Pickup Truck
  • To start, you will want to make sure you are using the appropriate wiring harness for your truck. The Tow Ready T-One harness that you referenced, # 118379, is not compatible with a 1986 Toyota Pickup. The trailer wiring harness that we recommend for a 1986 Toyota pickup is part # 119179KIT. This harness requires a hardwire installation. Unfortunately there are no plug-in style trailer wiring harnesses available for your truck. On the driver side the left turn signal on the truck goes...
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  • Truck Bed Bike Rack Recommendation for a 1986 Toyota Pickup
  • I may have an option that will work for you, but I do not believe the Topline Truck Bed Bike Rack, # UG2500, will work with your truck. It was designed for truck bed walls with an inside lip. Instead, I recommend looking at a bike rack like the Saris Kool Rack, # SATRK00, or the Thule Bed-Rider 2, # TH822XTR. These bike racks do not require an inside lip, so they will work with your truck. If you do not want to deal with a fork mount style bike rack, we also offer the Thule Insta-Gater,...
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  • Availability of Trailer Chrome Hubcovers
  • We sell several different hub covers that could work on your 2005 Haulmark trailer. To see them you would need to check out the link I attached. You will need to know how many lugs your trailer wheels have to see what would fit. For a chrome version of the part you referenced you would want the part # QT655C.
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  • Trailer Lights are Dim When Connected to Truck
  • Sounds like you have a ground issue on your trailer. Ground problems normally show up when there is more draw on a system such as when you have the running lights on and then use another function like a turn signal or brake light but can show up any time. Locate the main trailer ground wire. Disconnect the wire and clean the surface that the wire is connected on your trailer. Make sure that the connection is on bare metal. No rust, paint, dirt, or grease on the trailer's surface where...
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