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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 75237 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch

  • Class III
  • 2 Inch Hitch
  • 4500 lbs GTW
  • Visible Cross Tube
  • Draw-Tite
  • 675 lbs TW
  • 5000 lbs WD GTW
  • Custom Fit Hitch
  • 675 lbs WD TW

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.


Features:

  • 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 etrailer.com
  • Black powder coat finish covers e-coat base for superior rust protection
  • Stylish, round-tube design
  • Ball mount, pin and clip sold separately


Specs:

  • Receiver opening: 2" x 2"
  • Rating: Class III
    • Maximum gross trailer weight: 4,500 lbs
      • Maximum GTW when used with weight distribution: 5,000 lbs
    • Maximum tongue weight: 675 lbs
      • Maximum TW when used with weight distribution: 675 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.


etrailer.com Technical Support

At etrailer.com 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.



75237 Draw-Tite Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver - Max-Frame

87698 Hidden Hitch Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver

Replaces 75149, 75696, 87415

Item # 75237

Installation Details 75237 Installation instructions

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Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - 75237

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (329 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.

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2018 Toyota Sienna

The hitch is as advertised. I installed it on a 2018 Toyota Sienna. Had to do a little prying to get all the holes to line up but that worked. The only thing I am disappointed about is I can't reinstall the plastic panel under the vehicle as there is a ridge in the panel that would end up right on top of the cross tube of the hitch. If the hitch was made to fit just a few inches further back, the panel would fit. Had I known this before I ordered, I would have gotten the model of hitch that fits above the plastic panel. On either hitch you have to remove the bottom panel to access the bolt holes on the left rear side as you stand at the back of the van looking forward. On the hidden crossbar model you just have to notch the bottom panel for the part of the hitch tube that sticks down. The plastic cuts easily.


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Hitch is working very well. Im very satisfied with the product.
Jim - 01/19/2022

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It's very solid, and supports our bike rack just fine. It was installed on a 2007 Toyota Sienna and I had to take it to our local auto shop because I didn't have a tap and die set to bore out the rusty pre-drilled holes. It does sit a little low, so be careful when backing up near curbs. You'll definitely scrape! Otherwise, very happy with it so far. Oh, and the shop had to adjust our exhaust a little bit because it hit the hitch receiver when we hit bumps.


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Still very solid, starting to show minor signs of rust on outer edges and inside the hitch receiver which is understandable.
Kevin - 05/05/2022

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Ordered this, but did not take it out of box to put on right away. Unfortunately when I took it out, it was bent with what appeared to be spray paint over bent area as paint was cracked. I ended up contacting customer service. It was too long since I bought it. I ended up having local mechanic bend it back and install. It ended up working out. I expected better quality up front. I have previously had good experiences. Would still consider doing business. In the market for a grille guard.


Comments
It sounds like that the side brackets were knocked out of alignment which can happen while in transit to our facility or to you. We do have a FAQ that can assist with moving the side brackets of the hitch back into alignment to allow for installation.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 03/14/2022

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2012 Toyota Sienna

Pretty easy to install, bolt holes aligned perfectly with my 2012 Sienna's factory frame welded bolts for mounting a hitch. No need to jack up the van. Some trouble lifting into place to start the first bolt. Tongue load rating is very good to carry my heavier 450 lb motorcycle on a motorcycle rack, instead of trailering to avoid 55mph limit on freeways.



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2014 Toyota Sienna

Couple of things. 1) The shipping box was full of holes by the time it showed up at my house. A few minor scratches here and there but no big deal... except I wondered what I would do if I had to return the hitch for some reason. Luckily, I didn't have to return it. 2) I installed it on a 2014 Toyota Sienna. One word of caution, the under carriage appearance panel that you have to remove in order to install the hitch has been modified by Toyota for 2014. The under panel has an inch wide convex hump that runs across the entire length right above where the cross bar of the hitch goes. Therefore, if you choose to re-install the under panel along with the hitch, as I did, the under panel will press down against the hitch and you will have to made some adjustments as you tighten the screws of the hitch as well as the under panel. I am attaching a couple of picks that show how the under panel is now pushed in.



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Ram 2500

One year in and this is a fantastic hitch! The only reservation I have is that it definitely sits low and frequently we scrape it. However, there is no other hitch that solves that problem.

Manufacture - solid and durable
Install - very straightforward, we had to do a limited amount of cutting to the plastic undercarriage protector, easy to do with snips or a box knife.

We used a 4 bike carrier in it for a 2500 mile trip with zero problems.



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2007 Toyota RAV4

This review is a little about the hitch, but more about the installation process in hopes of helping others and saving them some additional money.

First of all, we bought two hitches: 1) 2004 Toyota Sienna = Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - Item # 75237 and 2) 2007 Toyota Rav4 = Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" Item # 75235.

Both frames arrived in excellent condition despite one of the boxes being damaged in shipping. They are obviously well built and meant to fit the specified vehicles. etrailer.com understands how to match vehicles and hitches. Both hitches fit perfectly and no alterations were needed for the hitches. We just finished installing them yesterday and look forward to using them with our new bike rack.

Installation hints:

1) Make sure you have everything (tools, lubricant, brush, etc) ready and organized before you try to install your hitch. In my case, I was missing some tools I thought were in the garage and had to make other arrangements. The installation time in the etrailer videos (extremely helpful) is only accurate if you have everything prepped and you don't have any problems with the weldnuts (see #2 below). The actual installation is surprisingly straightforward and could be completed in close to the estimated time.

One item you will need, that you might not have, is a torque wrench. Here's the first money saving tip, check with your local auto parts store, to see if they participate in a tool loaner program. Basically, you pick up the tool from their store and pay a deposit (which is the price of the tool), use it, return it, and get your deposit back. While many guys are looking for excuses to buy more tools, I opted to borrow a torque wrench as I don't see myself needing one in the future. If I do, I know where to borrow one :)

2) If your vehicles are a bit older, or if your vehicles operate in wet or snowy areas, there's a very good chance the vehicle weldnuts (threaded inserts - this is where the bolts will thread into) will have dirt, grime, and rust built up in the inserts. I strongly recommend taking the time to make sure your bolts will go into the weldnuts before you mess with the hitch installation.

The weldnuts on our 2007 Rav4 were in great shape and only required me to spray in some lubricant (Sea Foam Deep Creep) and clean out with a wire tube brush (Nylon Tube Brush - 1/2" Item # 814092 etrailer.com). If I hadn't done this simple step, I wouldn't have been able to get the bolts to thread. Once I did this, the install was simple. I didn't spent much time doing this.

Our 2004 Sienna was a different story. Besides being 3 years older, it also came from an area with more snow and they likely salted/treated the roads which contributed to the problem. Using the lubricant and brushing out several times was not sufficient to get the weldnuts clean enough. The good folks at the local auto parts store listened to the description of the issue I was facing in this installation project. The gentleman helping me said something like, "It sounds like you need to chase the threads to clean them out. We have a thread restorer kit in our tool loaner program." (see two screen shots from their website). I knew what a tap was, but hadn't heard of a thread chaser. I was able to use the thread chaser to clean out all of the junk built up in the weldnuts. In my case, this was a major project as they were in bad shape. I was also being cautious as I didn't want to mess up the threads. Some of the weldnuts required me to go part way in with the thread chaser, bring it out and clean it, relubricate the weldnut and chaser and go again several times. Some of the weldnuts were less problematic. In short, if you run into this issue, see if you can borrow this kit. The thread chaser is designed to be used with a socket and socket wrench. Always start the thread chaser by hand to ensure it isn't cross threaded. Once you're certain it's in the correct way, start slowly with the socket wrench or a drill with socket adapter. The instructions that come with your hitch will provide the specs on the bolts. In our case it the bolts were M12 x 1.25 (I think M12 has to do with the diameter of the bolt and 1.25 refers to the thread pitch (or spacing).

3) Torquing the bolts to spec. The bolts are in an awkward place to work with and torquing them to specification can be a challenge. The Rav4 process went well and I was able to complete this step on my own. Perhaps I was worn out while working on the Sienna or having trouble with the torque wrench, but I finally gave up to seek help. I didn't want to break the bolts! I ended up stopping by the shop which services our vehicles and they torqued to bolts to spec. Because we take our vehicles there on a regular basis, they didn't charge me to take care of the 6 bolts.

In conclusion, if you prepare for the install by getting everything ready and your weldnuts are in good shape, this is not a difficult installation project. One of our hitches had 6 bolts and one had 5 bolts. Not rocket science. If your weldnuts are full of junk, try the steps I've mentioned above. Good luck.



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Have owned this trailer hitchfor just over a year… the issue with it is that it has already begun to rust…


Comments
I recommend to make sure you are spraying the hitch down periodically with fresh water if the hitch is exposed to salt or salt water. You also may consider lightly sanding off any surface rust and spraying those spots with a rust inhibiting spray paint to prevent any further damage.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 04/01/2022

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2016 Toyota Sienna

I purchased this hitch for my wife's 2016 Toyota Sienna. I chose this particular model because the reviews said that it had the most clearance. Once installed, it is even with most of the mechanicals on the bottom of the vehicle. While it doesn't reduce your ground clearance, it could easily have been designed to sit an inch or so higher. However, because it isn't flush against the vehicle, I was able to get the plastic trim piece back on the van with very little trimming. I suspect that there must be fairly significant differences on the rear pan as some of the reviews indicate they couldn't reuse the trim piece and the instructions show cutting away most of the plastic. Either the rear pan for the cargo area was slightly smaller on previous year's models or the one I received had been dropped and the mounting flanges bent towards each other. Though there was no visible damage. The mounting flanges were about 1/4" to 1/2" to narrow for the 2016. Because of this, what should have been a 1 hour job turned in to a 4 hour job. Having to convince the mounting flanges in to place caused more than significant issues. I marked the product down for this reason. I've never had an issue like this with items from etrailer so I'm guessing the Toyota engineers must have made small, but troublesome size changes on the 2016.



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Toyota Sienna

This hitch went in well and does it's job. We tow a pop up camper with our Sienna. Due to the design of the vehicle, it does hang down a bit, and may scrape exiting steep driveways. In order to help with that and the towing attitude of the vehicle, I added airsprings in the rear to assist with the load.



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2004 Toyota Sienna

First all the parts I needed to install the hitch came in the box which isn’t always the case when you order something like this online. Second the hitch fit my 2004 Toyota Sienna just right and etrailer has great customer service!



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2013 Toyota Sienna

Unit was shipped fast and arrived as planned. Installed the unit in a hour or so and went well for one person doing it. I think two people would be the best to lift it up into place. I used a car jack and stands to hold it up and I will be wiring the lights shortly. Ian from the customer service gave me all the options and what the benefits for each one was then helped me make a decision based on my needs. Can’t wait to pull the camper!



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Perfect fit. Excellent customer service and fast shipping! My go to store for any trailer hitch and accessories.



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2013 Toyota Sienna

The hitch is solid/sturdy. It was easy to install. I use it frequently and have only had one consistent problem. Once attached to my 2013 Toyota Sienna, ground clearance is only 7 inches. See picture. Add the weight of my boat, and that clearance drops to 3 inches. I realize that most of that blame is owned by Toyota, but still, there's at lease another inch or so that could have been gained through improved design of the hitch. I had to add an Air Lift 1000 to bring it back to 7 inches clearance.



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2010 Toyota Sienna

have ordered from etrailer.com twice now. Both orders were perfect fits for both vehicles. The wiring harnesses that they sell are perfect fit as well. I would suggest purchasing from etrailer.com any day. One piece of advise I suggest for people installing on a slightly used vehicle: when installing tow hitch, use a tap to clear out the threads on the bolt holes before attempting to install, doing this will result in a much easier and pain free installation. I installed mine on a 2010 Toyota sienna LE van AWD. There was no trimming required on anything, even though etrailer said there would be. Overall a simple installation.



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Great product, easy to follow instructions and installation.



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The receiver hitch was pretty easy to install. I installed it by myself. I used a CMU, concrete masonry unit (a.k.a. Cinder block) to put on side on it hold it up while I started the bolts on one side. When I got those started I took it off the block and got that bolts on the other side started. I went back and forth from side to side tightening the bolts evenly so it went on correctly. I used a coupon and went to Harbor Freight and got a torque wrench and socket for around $30 total. I used that to tighten the bolts to spec and one year later they are still tight. And they are even still tight after driving off of driveways that make my hitch scrape the ground. I hate when that happens but it hasn't hurt it yet. It's been exactly what I wanted and had performed great. The chains connect really well and there is a perfect spot to mount the wire connector. I love the receiver hitch.


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Its been well over a year and the bolts that hold the receiver hitch on are still tight. Ive never had an issue with them coming loose. Every that Ive used has had no problems fitting and staying in place while driving around even when it scrapes driveways as I leave clients houses. Im still very satisfied with this receiver hitch. When friends are thinking about getting a hitch I always tell them to get this one and Ill even help them out it on.
Kurt Z - 03/30/2021

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I had a shock shop put stronger shocks on van so better clearances hitch works great



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2013 Toyota Sienna

Shipping was super quick and I was extremely happy with the high quality of the hitch. The videos are great information to assist in installing your hitch. I did not even jack up the van nor use a lift. A lift would make the installation even easier. I am not by any means a mechanic, and I was able to complete the installation within about 45 minutes. An extra pair of hands is a must to help get the bolts lined up and started. This hitch should hall quite a load, and I am guessing that the tongue of the trailer would break before this hitch would if properly torqued in to place. Since my van sets lower than most trucks and the hitch is low, I chose an adjustable height receiver for the finishing touches. Thank you etrailer.com



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2015 Toyota Sienna

Definitely try top have someone help you install, it makes the job much easier. I did it myself and it was tedious but Do-able. Videos make it very helpful and trimming the skid plate is also a pain. Be careful when removing the plastic trim tabs because they can be brittle due to there location. Overall I am very happy with the installation and it looks and functions well.



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2014 Toyota Sienna

Haven't been able to finish the install yet. Had high hopes, given etrailer's great reputation. Watched the installation video numerous times before and after ordering. Unfortunately, the mounting brackets appear to have been bent towards each other. I tried bolting in one side and pushing the other side back towards the bumper, then did the same to the other side. Got some bolts started, but at least one was being pushed off slightly by the hitch (rear-most on driver's side) and began cross-threading or crushing the threads on the weldnut. Just pulled the whole thing back off and ordered a thread chaser that I hope helps clean up the weldnut so I can try again. Hitch seems to be real close, and the included instructions clearly indicated 2014 Sienna. Didn't see any obvious damage, but getting those brackets up past the buckets for the hiedaway third row was challenging, and even with the slotted bolt holes it is clear that the brackets were out of parallel ( I hope that's all it was). We'll see if I can get it to fit, I think I was close but I hate cross-threading, I really don't want to have to force it.


Comments
The issue you are describing is a classic example of a flexed hitch. The hitch manufacturers do intended for the hitches to have a little flex to them, and during the shipping process it is not uncommon for the hitches or mounting flanges to get flexed or bent slightly out of alignment. What you have done so far bolting one side up to try to bend the other side is the first step that we do recommend for our customers to rectify the problem. We do have a help article that illustrated how to fix the flexed hitch. I have interluded that link below for your reference. Once you get your tap and get the weld nuts back in proper working order hopefully you can get everything lined up and installed.
-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 09/16/2019

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2015 Toyota Sienna

Being older and somewhat mechanical, I found the installation videos for both the hitch and electric to be incrediblely easy. Clearly the hitch was of the highest quality, and the electrical connectors very well matched to my Sienna. Further, the connection process and routing instructions via the video were almost brainless. Some mechanical skills are warranted, but the accessibility of information from the video made the installation of this quality product seamless and effortless. I failed to mention the delivery was within 2-3 days! There is no question etrailer has their business and business model well in hand. Kudos to an outstanding product and company.


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Perfect to install. Videos were spectacular! Functions perfectly towing my very small antique car. Sadly paint is chipping off hitch already...
Dennis T - 01/28/2019

Rust will sometimes form from moisture in the air and salt on the roads. If rust has started to form you can take fine sandpaper and sand it off as much as possible then cover that spot with a rustoleum type of paint. It is a good idea to check over the hitch for any scratches or deep gauges and paint over these areas to prevent future rust issues. I have attached a help article about preventing rust.

-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 1/28/2019


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Easy to install and works great!


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Still excellent!
Jason - 04/12/2022

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2012 Toyota Sienna

Much of the process is great--the videos are very informative and helpful, and I was able to easily pick out a trailer for my Sienna. But when it arrived, I found as I tried to wrangle it onto my car that it was too small. No matter how I tried, I could not get it to fit into the space that it should have. So I went back to the reviews and then I found several that mentioned the same problem--the arms were just too close together. Emboldened by these reviews, I pulled out my hammer (and a block of wood), and I pounded on the arms for a while, and then tried again. And then it fit! Once I was able to get it into place, it was easy to screw in, and I have used it successfully since. It's very low (but the videos warn of you this) and it works quite well with the bike rack I have (as long as I avoid any major speed bumps!). So in the end, I'm happy with the hitch, but I certainly didn't like that it was actually too small at first, and that I had to do some major banging to get it to fit.



Comments
The mounting flanges on a trailer hitch are designed for straight line strength, not lateral strength. The flanges are actually designed to have some give in them, so they can flex with the vehicle. Because of this, if they get flexed during shipping, they can be easily manipluated back into place. As long as the powder coat didnt crack and there arent any cracks in the mounting flange itself, the hitch will work perfectly after being bent back into place. Ill link you to a help article that shows a few different methods of manipulating the hitch back into place.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 07/27/2018

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The hitch arrived quickly and installed easily. I did need to chase the threads (as has been recommended in other reviews) and then was able to hand tighten the bolts most of the way. The hitch arrived with a few cosmetic paint scratches from shipping but it is not surprising and will not effect the performance at all. Now it is time to hook up the bike rack and expand our biking range as a family.


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  • What Is Ground Clearance From Ground On 2007 Toyota Sienna With Trailer Hitch Installed
    The distance from the bottom of the # 75237 trailer hitch to the ground is approximately 7-1/4 inches. Please keep in mind these dimensions can vary based on the suspension or tires and wheels that are installed on a vehicle, but on the model we installed the hitch on this was the measurement we got.
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  • Can Appearance Panel of 2013 Toyota Sienna be Left Off when Installing Trailer Hitch
    You really don't need the appearance panel. It just for aesthetics and even for that it's hard to see so it's somewhat pointless. For the Draw Tite hitch part # 75237 it gives the option of trimming a huge portion of the panel off or just leaving the whole thing off.
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  • Does Lower Appearance Panel of 2017 Toyota Sienna Come Off to Install Draw Tite Hitch
    I attached an install video that shows the Draw Tite hitch part # 75237 installed on a 2017 Toyota Sienna like yours for you to check out. Since Draw Tite recommended cutting off so much of the panel we felt it was better just to leave the panel off all together since it really does not serve much of a purpose and is not visible.
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch Receiver for a 2014 Toyota Sienna
    For a trailer hitch receiver compatible with your 2014 Toyota Sienna, I recommend using the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 75237. This trailer hitch is a Class III receiver with a 2" opening. It also has the highest tongue weight capacity (675 lbs) of any other trailer hitch receiver we have for you. This will be your best option to carry both the scooter and ramp. As long as the scooter and ramp do not exceed more than 675 lbs then this hitch will work for you.You...
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  • Will Installing a Trailer Hitch Receiver Void the Warranty on a 2017 Toyota Sienna
    According to the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act, unless a modification that you added to your vehicle actually causes the problem, your dealer must honor the warranty. We do have some trailer hitch receiver options that are confirmed to fit your 2017 Toyota Sienna. I recommend going with the Draw-Tite Max-Frame # 75237 since it is a Class III hitch with a 2 inch receiver opening which is compatible with more accessories. This hitch has a Gross Towing Weight (GTW) of 4,500 lbs (5,000 with...
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  • Will a Hitch fit Both a 2000 and 2011 Toyota Sienna?
    There are no hitches which are going to fit both a 2000 and 2011 Toyota Sienna. If you are interested in a hitch, I recommend going with the Draw-Tite # 75237 for your 2011 Sienna. It is a Class III hitch, which is going to give you more options in terms of accessories like bike racks and cargo carriers. I have added a link to a video install for you to take a look at.
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  • What Other Vehicles Does Trailer Hitch From 2004 Toyota Sienna Fit
    The trailer hitches like the Draw Tite # 75237 (which is a confirmed fit for your 2004 Toyota Sienna) will only fit other year models of the Sienna. Currently from 2004 to 2017 this hitch is a fit for the Toyota Siennas. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out as well.
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  • Recommended 2 Inch Trailer Hitch for 2013 Toyota Sienna XLE
    For your 2013 Toyota Sienna XLE, I recommend the Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver # 75237. This is a Class III trailer hitch that will provide a 2 inch receiver opening and a tongue weight capacity of 675 pounds. I recommend this model over the alternatives also confirmed to fit your vehicle because of its higher capacity and less involved installation process. I have attached an install video that you can use for reference.
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  • How to Pick Out Ball Mount for 2007 Toyota Sienna with Draw Tite Hitch
    The Draw Tite hitch part # 75237 is the correct hitch for your 2007 Toyota Sienna. The key to picking out a ball mount for your setup will be to get the one that allows the trailer to sit as level as possible. When this hitch is installed on your 2007 Toyota Sienna it will have a height of 11-1/2 inches off the ground so you'll need to next compare that number to the height of your trailer's coupler from the bottom lip to the ground when level. That difference will be the amount of rise/drop...
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  • Ground Clearance for Draw Tite Hitch Installed on 2015 Toyota Sienna
    When the Draw Tite trailer hitch part # 75237 is installed on your 2015 Toyota Sienna it will have relatively low ground clearance since the rear of the vehicle hangs so low. There really isn't a way around that but to tow a trailer level you'd need a ball mount with a rise built into it most likely. To determine that check out the help article I attached below for more info on that.
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  • Will Draw-Tite # 75237 Work on a 2016 Toyota Sienna SE
    I spoke with my contact at Draw-Tite and he informed me that this Draw-Tite # 75237 should work on your 2016 Toyota Sienna SE. I asked about the lower trim piece that the SE models have on them and he informed that there will be an appearance panel that will need to be trimmed or removed in order for you to install the hitch but it will work for you.
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  • Why Does Trailer Hitch for 2013 Toyota Sienna Have More Towing Capacity than the Vehicle
    This is a really good question! So any towing setup is only as strong as it's weakest component. In some cases the hitches are over built for the vehicle like with the # 75237 which means you'd be limited to the capacity of the vehicle. So in your case it's 3,750 lbs. The reason this happens is that the manufacturers of the hitches come up with a design that fits the vehicle and then try to make it as strong as possible. They then independently test it for weight capacities and sometimes...
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  • What Are The Dimensions Of The Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch 75237 For A 2010 Toyota Sienna?
    We sure do. I had our warehouse measure the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 75237 you were looking at for your 2010 Toyota Sienna and it measures 53-3/8" measured center to center of the mounting holes, 1-5/8" between the furthest rearward and middle mounting hole, 6-1/4" between the middle and further forward mounting hole, and 5-5/8" from the top of the mounting flange to the top of the receiver. I made diagrams showing all of these measurements, and included a video showing this hitch being...
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  • Will Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch Receiver from a 2006 Toyota Sienna Fit a 2011 Toyota Sienna
    Yes, the trailer hitch receiver from your 2006 Toyota Sienna will fit your 2011. However, you'll need to purchase new hardware. Use # RHK and enter the hitch's model number and the manufacturer and you'll be ordering the original hardware kit that was included with the hitch. I've also included the install details and a video of the newer version of the hitch being installed which will be very similar.
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  • Which Draw Tite Hitch Fits 2000 Toyota Sienna
    The Draw Tite hitch part # 75237 that you referenced fits 2004 through 2017 Toyota Siennas. If you have a 2000 model instead you'd need the part # 75120 which is a confirmed fit.
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  • Trailer Hitch and Wiring Recommendation for 2015 Toyota Sienna
    For your 2015 Toyota Sienna the Draw Tite hitch part # 75237 would be what you would want. This hitch has plenty of capacity, is priced great and is a confirmed fit for your vehicle. The round crosstube would be it less visible than a square tube hitch as well. I attached an install video for you to check out too. For trailer wiring you would need the part # 118648 which I attached an install video for as well.
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  • Why Does Draw Tite Hitch # 76112 Have Longer Install Time Than Other Hitches
    The reason the part # 76112 takes longer to install than the other hitches that fit your 2017 Toyota Sienna is that it installs higher than the other hitches and only has a visible hitch opening where the other hitches hang down further below. I attached two pictures. The one that shows the underside of the rear of the vehicle is the # 76112 and the other is the # 75237. So long story short, the # 76112 gives you a hidden look that is much more desired and also has the hitch a bit higher...
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  • Mounting Bracket for 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector on a 2006 Toyota Sienna w/Wiring Harness 118304
    Yes there is a 4-Way mounting bracket you can use for the flange on Draw-Tite trailer hitch # 75237 for your 2006 Toyota Sienna. You can use bracket # 18144. The hardware pictured with it is also included.
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  • Ground Clearance of Draw Tite Hitch on 2011 Toyota Sienna
    On a vehicle that sits as low in the rear as your 2011 Toyota Sienna there are no hitches available that are going to give you excellent ground clearance, but the Draw Tite Hitch part # 75237 that you referenced installs right under the rear fascia of the vehicle so it will give you about as good of ground clearance as you are going to get. From the top of this hitch opening down to the ground is going to measure 12 inches. In most on-road situations this would be more than enough ground...
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  • What is the Square Bracket on the 75237 Hitch Cross Tube Used For
    The square platform to the left of the ball receiver on the Draw-Tite Class III Trailer Hitch, item # 75237 is a mounting plate for mounting electrical connectors. You can use any of the mounting brackets that we have available (see link) with this mounting platform to secure the vehicle trailer wiring at the rear of the vehicle.
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  • Bolt Size to Install Draw-Tite Class III Trailer Hitch 75237 on 2005 Toyota Sienna
    According to the instructions, the bolts for hitch part # 75237, are M12 x 1.25 x 40MM bolts. If you do not have a metric tap and die set, I would just take one of the bolts to a hardware store and match the tap to the bolt.
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  • How to Eliminate Vehicle Sag and Bottoming Out when Towing a Boat with a 2010 Toyota Sienna CE
    I am sorry to hear you are having problems towing your boat with your 2010 Toyota Sienna. There are a couple of solutions that may work for you. The best and safest way to eliminate the sag at the rear of your vehicle, that occurs when the boat trailer is hooked up, is to use weight distribution. Weight distribution will transfer the tongue weight from the trailer tongue to the vehicle and boat trailer axles and keep the boat trailer towing level, which will eliminate the bottoming out...
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  • What are the Torque Specifications for the Draw-Tite 75237 on a 2005 Toyota Sienna
    The trailer hitch installation instructions show the correct torque rating for the 12mm x 1.25 x40mm bolts. If you have the paper copy of the instructions that came with your hitch, check after step 2 or at the bottom of the page. From time to time, the hardware is changed or the instructions are edited, so check the copy that came with your hitch to know the exact torque specs for the hardware you received with that hitch.
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