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Toyota Yaris Receiver Hitches

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CURT Receiver Hitches Reviews

Curt Hidden Hitch for 2012 Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Reviewed By Paul W (Orlando, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Yaris —7/1/2015 3:17 PM

Purchased this hitch primarily to insert a bicycle rack to haul two bikes, and also a very lightweight trailer rarely. The hitch was manufactured perfectly to attach to the tow hooks on the rear bumper. It fit perfectly it was super easy to install. The customer service at auto anything was superb, rear bumper. It fit perfectly it was super easy to install, and the quality of the product was A1. The customer service at auto anything was superb, and I would highly recommend them. P. W.

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Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches Reviews

Draw-Tite Hitch for Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Reviewed By Morgan A (OREGON CITY, OR) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Yaris —4/7/2015 7:29 AM

Great product, just a bear to have to barely thread each bolt, before you fully thread. If you fully thread one side, even one bolt, it torques the other side to the point the bolts will not align with the hole. Keep this in mind! What should take no more than 15-20 min turned into an hour adventure for me.

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Hidden Hitch Receiver Hitches Reviews

Hidden Hitch Installation Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Reviewed By Kenneth R L (Murrieta, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Yaris —5/18/2012 11:24 PM

The hitch itself is great. Installation instruction were good. Actual installation was a challenge as the two outer bolts have very limited access. It is hard to get the outer bolts started. A ratchet wrench will definitely save you time once the bolts are started. I also found that placing a magnet on the "frame nut" the outer bolts screw into was the easiest way to hold the bolt in place while you start threading it into place. Once the outer bolts are started it just takes a few minutes to wind them down and tighten to spec's. One final tip, when installing the hitch, install over the muffler first, then raise the other side into place, start inside bolts to hold the hitch in place, then do outer bolts using the magnet.

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