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Stealth Hitches Hidden Rack Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

Stealth Hitches Hidden Rack Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Like your car's factory look and want to be able to remove the hitch receiver when you're not hauling anything
  • Sometimes venture off the pavement and don't want anything hanging under your bumper that could get in the way

No, if you:

  • Worry about having to remove the fascia
  • Haul a trailer - this hitch needs extra components to tow anything
This completely hidden hitch keeps your vehicle looking like it just came off the assembly line. Remove the receiver for a fully concealed look when you're not carrying your bikes to the trail. Only for use with hitch-mounted racks and carriers. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hitch from Stealth Hitches. Stealth Hitches Hidden Rack Receiver - Custom Fit - 2" part number SH64FR can be ordered online at or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Stealth Hitches Trailer Hitch - SH64FR

  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • Stealth Hitches
  • Completely Hidden
  • 600 lbs TW
  • Custom Fit Hitch

This completely hidden hitch keeps your vehicle looking like it just came off the assembly line. Remove the receiver for a fully concealed look when you're not carrying your bikes to the trail. Only for use with hitch-mounted racks and carriers.


  • Custom-fit rack receiver lets you carry a bike rack or cargo carrier with your vehicle
  • Totally hidden design offers a clean, from-the-factory look
    • Cross tube is concealed behind your rear bumper
    • Receiver detaches with no tools and can be stowed away when not in use
  • Sturdy center block allows secure mounting and easy removal of rack receiver
    • Integrated lock protects the rack receiver from theft
    • Durable stainless steel construction resists corrosion
  • Hitch won't affect ground clearance or block your trunk's foot-access sensor
  • Simple, bolt-on installation - no drilling or welding required
    • Uses existing connection points to protect your vehicle's crumple zones
  • Black powder coat finish offers superior rust protection
  • Meets SAE J684 safety regulations
  • Made in the USA


  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Maximum tongue weight: 600 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Note: This rack receiver is for hitch-mounted accessories only. The receiver tube included with this hitch cannot be used for towing.

If you would like to upgrade this rack receiver for towing, you will need to purchase the Stealth Hitches towing kit (SH49FR - sold separately). The ball mount included in this kit inserts into the center block of the hitch in place of the receiver attachment. A 2" hitch ball is included with the ball mount, making it ready to tow with out of the box.

  • Maximum gross trailer weight with towing kit: 8,000 lbs
  • Not rated for weight distribution systems

If you want to take your bikes to the trail with your family this summer, you have plenty of options. You can carry your bikes on top of your car with a roof rack, but that bulky rack can increase drag on your ride. You can use a trunk rack, but that's a pain to mount and it can scratch your car's paint. Or you can install a hitch on your ride and use a hitch-mounted bike rack to carry your bikes.

This rack receiver is designed to act as a mounting point for your hitch bike rack or cargo carrier. Just slide the shank of your carrier into the receiver for use, and when you're done you can not only remove the carrier, but the receiver as well, leaving your vehicle looking clean and unmodified.

Completely Hidden Design

Nothing can ruin the clean, stylish look of your vehicle like a giant piece of metal bolted beneath its bumper. Luckily, with the Stealth Hitches rack receiver, you never have to worry about messing up your vehicle's lines.

Removable receiver

This hitch installs behind your bumper, keeping the cross tube concealed and leaving only the hitch receiver visible. Even better, the receiver can be easily removed from the cross tube when it's not in use so that you won't see any trace of the hitch. This means that you can retain that clean, from-the-factory look for your ride, while still being able to carry your bikes and gear on the next family road trip.

Simple Set Up

The receiver can be attached or detached in seconds with no tools required. To insert the receiver, simply pop the base up into the stainless steel block at the center of the hitch until it automatically latches in place.

push lock

Be sure to then press the lock on the side of the block to fully secure the receiver. When you're finished carrying your bikes or cargo, use the included key to unlock the latch. Then turn the handle on the block clockwise and remove the receiver. You can stow the receiver in a safe place, like your vehicle's rear cargo area, or you can use a convenient carrying case (391CASER - sold separately).

hitch plug and center block

And when you're not using the receiver attachment, the included hitch plug covers the center block's opening to protect the hitch's body from dirt and debris. 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.

SHR05001 Stealth Hitch Hidden Receiver Rack Package - Custom Fit - 2"

Installation Details SH64FR Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions SH64FR Installation instructions

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Video of Stealth Hitches Hidden Rack Receiver - Custom Fit - 2"

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Stealth Hitches Hidden Rack Receiver Installation - 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Hi there Jeep owners. Today in our 2020 Jeep grand Cherokee, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install Stealth Hitches' hidden rack receiver. Invisible, isn't it That's because it has a removable end, we'll go ahead and remove the cover from it. This keeps any dirt and debris from getting inside of the receiving end for the removable accessories that can be placed in it. We're going to go ahead and pop it in. There's a handle located on one side that you just twist the knob, and on the other side, we have a lock mechanism.Our receiver is right here, and it will just slide into place up into our stealth hitch.

So we'll just line up the end here with the hole, give our nob a little twist, and then we can press the lock in place on the opposite side. And now we've got a two inch by two inch receiver for any of our accessories. So here we can see our new hitch that's installed. And the lever that is on here does come in the kind of locked position. So when you go to put it up here, it's not going to go in, but if we twist it all the way back, it'll actually lock into place.

You'll see the little tab here move, and then our receiver can just push straight up. You don't want to forget on the opposite side here to press in the lock, that'll ensure that our receiver end can not come out. Got to put the dust cap on it to keep any dirt and debris from getting inside of our lock and messing it up.You're now ready to load up your favorite accessories, whether it be bike racks or cargo carriers, and you're ready to hit the road. Now you do want to keep in mind that this receiver here is not designed for towing, it is just for your accessories, but there is a tow package available here at that comes with everything you'll need to snap right in to your stealth hitch, so you can do some towing as well.Our receiver is a two inch by two inch, so it's great for many different types of accessories. You don't have any limitations like you might have with a one and a quarter inch, and it uses a five eighths inch hitch pin and clip.

Now, one doesn't come included with this hitch, but we've got plenty available here at It offers a 600 pound tongue weight, which is the force going down on top of our receiver.And that's going to be more than enough for our cargo carriers, fully loaded up to the max, as well as a four bike platform rack loaded up with four bikes. Now I've got some measurements for you to help you when deciding on accessories. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of our rear bumper here, it looks like we're measuring about three inches. And this is important when determining if any of your folding accessories can be placed in the upright storage position without contacting the bumper.

And from the ground to the top inside edge of the receiver tube, it looks like we're at about 16 inches. And that's important when determining if you need a raised shank on any of your accessories. This one sits up pretty high here on our Jeep. I still recommend a raised shank just because you get that extra clearance, but it's not necessary, so you don't have to specifically pick those out.Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's go ahead and go over the installation together. One of the things that I do recommend is that you pick up a 21 millimeter crow's foot because while it is deceptively easy looking, there are a couple of bolts that are very difficult to tighten and torque down. That crow's foot is definitely going to come in handy getting this installed.We'll begin our installation underneath the vehicle by removing some factory hardware to reveal some weld nuts that we're going to be raising our hitch up to install into. Right on the driver's side of the frame, and we need to remove the two inside bolts that we see here. We're going to use a 21 millimeter socket to remove those. We'll then remove the bolts in the same location on the other side of the vehicle. Now that we've got the bolts out of the way, we have some sealant that runs here and this may or may not interfere with you raising your hitch up, but looking at how thick it is right here, this is likely going to interfere with us, so we're just going to take a razor knife scraper or something like that, and we're just going to trim this off right up in here. So that way our hitch can easily be raised up and we're not fighting it.And we're just trying to clean it up a little bit just, and then we're going to check the other side of the vehicle and then do the same thing over there. We can now take our hardware that we had removed, we're going to place a lock washer on it, followed by a flat washer. We're going to do the same thing for the three remaining bolts. We can now take our hitch and lift it into position, the angled end here at the center should be at the top, we want the flat part at the bottom. You may or may not want an extra set of hands. It's not very heavy, but it can be a bit awkward to hold it up there. And we're just going to hold it up.Put a bolt in on one side to hold that side up. We can come over to the other side here, slap one in over here and now our hitch will hold itself up, making it much easier to put the last two bolts in. Now we've got all of our hardware started, we can tighten the bolts down. I recommend tightening down these ones first, because if you tighten the ones here that are easy to get to, it could potentially put these in a bind and make them hard to tighten down. Because they're already extremely difficult to tighten down due to the gussets being in the way.You are likely going to have to go purchase a 21 millimeter crow's foot in order to tighten this down, because you're not going to be able to get a socket on it, and if you try to get a wrench on it, it's going to hit here, you're really not going to have much throw to be able to tighten it. So this is about your only option to do so. And just take your time threading it down, and it's going to be a little time consuming because you can't turn it that far.Just keep on working at it. Now that you've finally got those tightened down, you can go back and snug these ones towards the front of the vehicle up just using your socket. We can then go back and torque our hardware to the specifications found in our instructions. For your rear mount bolt, the ones difficult to get to, you're going to need to use your crow's foot again, to get up in there to torque it down. Now, if you're having trouble using a crow's foot on there, I've got a trick for you that's not really the recommended way because we aren't going to be using the correct size socket, but it is a way that you could potentially use a socket. I do say you're going to be doing this at your own risk, but if you take a larger socket like a seven eights, that's going to give you some slop and allow you to get a socket kind of on there. We're also using a three eight drive with an extension and we are on there kind of at a cricket angle. Again, this is not recommended. You may strip the bolt out.We can now take our center section, lift it up between our hitch and then take the long bolts that come included with it. We can then raise our center section up through the hitch and then take our bolts and we're going to run them through on the handle side. And this is going to help ensure that you have clearance to get up in there to reach the handle. If you go through it the other way, the bolts are going to stick out further with nuts on them. And you may or may not scrape your knuckles when you're trying to use this, so I recommend you go this direction.And you do want to make sure your handle's on the passenger side and your lock mechanism on the driver's side. On the other side, we're going to use the nylon locking nuts that come included with it to secure it. And then we can go back and tighten these down using a 19 millimeter socket and wrench.And then we can go back and torque, these bolts to the specifications found in our instructions. Now at this point, your hitch is fully installed, you can either leave it this way if you're not planning on towing, or if you are planning on towing, we can go ahead and install our receiver. You'll find your keys located below the rubber seal that keeps all the dirt and debris out when you're not using it.Go ahead and pull off the cap, so you could see the lock there. We can then raise our section into position and then lock it into place. Now, once you've removed the section, we can take the dust cover off of our lock. We're going to lift our receiver end up, twist our handle, push it all the way up, release the handle, verify that it's in position. And then you want to make sure that you push the lock in so that way it can't come out. That completes our installation of Stealth Hitches' hidden rack receiver on our 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee.


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