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Old 02-10-2011, 03:33 PM   #1
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2" Receiver Hitch

I'm looking to add a 2" receiver hitch to my tacoma and I was wondering if it really matters what I get. Could someone link me a website of a hitch that I should look at before I order.

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Old 02-10-2011, 03:43 PM   #2
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Autozone had everything I needed (including the converter for the 4-prong). I believe Wal-Mart does too.
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I picked mine up from Lowes. Reese manufactures it and so far, after 2 years, so problems with it. The only changes I made to it was in addition to bolting it together, I went ahead and welded the two pieces to sturdy it up.
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Lots of good brands, just make sure you get receiver made by one of the brands with a good reputation. I'd look at Hidden Hitch, Uhaul, Reese or an OEM assembly. I've heard mixed reviews on Curt hitches on here but have no experience with them personally. I've got a Hidden Hitch and it was very easy to install. I purchased from Autoanything.com. Uhaul will install the receiver for you and, if you have any problems, you can take it to any Uhaul for an adjustment.
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