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- What Do You Drive?
- Style:Receiver Hitch Only
- Part #:11427
- Includes trailer hitch, installation hardware, pin & clip
- No drilling required
- Install time: 60 minutes
- GTW: up to 2,000 lbs
- Installation Instructions (PDF)
- May require fascia trimming for installation
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CURT Trailer Hitches Part #11427 Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Max B (PRATTVILLE, AL) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Avalon — Aug 30, 2016 5:53 AM
After getting the main hitch and the side brackets attached to the vehicle there are 2 bolt holes on each side to attach the hitch and brackets together. These were off by 1/4 of an inch so the bolts would not go through. Confirmed I had the correct hitch. Did not want to return as this was hitch #2. Drilled out the holes to match and have moved on since this will only ever hold a bike rack.
Reviewed by carl f (IRMO, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Avalon — May 16, 2016 5:47 PM
Reviewed by Joseph M (Pennington, NJ) — Aug 28, 2015 4:39 PM
I bought a Curt Class I hitch receiver to transport 3 bikes 1200 miles to Florida. I already had a bike hitch and it fit fine. The bikes were very stable. I am glad I had a professional install it, and luckily he had just done one a few days prior so it was installed "without a hitch"!
Reviewed by Scott L (Coppell, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Avalon — Jul 07, 2015 2:55 PM
Solid built unit but tight squeeze getting some bolts in. Installed myself, assuming the one-page instruction sheet meant a quick fun project. With a hydraulic car lift it would be easy. But if you only have a tire jack, it's a test in patience and contortion. Install time was 3+ hours on a Toyota Avalon. I had to remove right rear tire to access a 3rd exhaust hanger to properly drop exhaust. Used bungee cords to pull exhaust aside for better access. A real knuckle buster of a project.
Reviewed by Daniel S (EMMAUS, PA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Avalon — May 27, 2015 4:01 PM
Reviewed by David B (FISKDALE, MA) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Avalon — Apr 08, 2015 5:27 AM
I am satisfied with this purchase but the hitch needs to be packaged better for shipping. The first one arrived damaged and had to be re-ordered because the receiver portion was sticking out of the bottom of the shipping carton. The other issue is the need to completely drop the dual exhaust before installing the hitch. The car needs to be lifted at least 3 feet to drop the rear portion of the exhaust to gain enough room to bolt on the hitch.