U-Haul sometimes has good out the door specials on hitch set-ups, under $100. Also try small independent shops around your area, sometimes they have stock they just want to get rid of. Dont have them install, thats what puts the price high and Tacoma hitches are easy to install.toubabokoomi said:my 2003 tacoma didnt come with a tow package and i am looking to get one soon...i want one where it is hidden the most and i want a class III...where would be the cheapest place to find one? thanks for your help
The u-haul one on mine have a sticker said life time gaurantee, what is this $5 thing?tacd44 said:U-haul was the cheapest I found. Get the $5 gaurantee. They'll replace it no matter how you damage it. Even if your using it for recovery....
Then get this:
i am in Salem, OregonJames said:Where are you located? I have one to sell. Its a U-haul round tube and the only thing that is visiable is the part the drops down for the reciever. The factory ones from Toyota are square tube and you can see the ends where is attaches to the frame.
As much as I like Chris, and try to be as much of a pimp as I can for him, that's not* a good deal (*for Toy stuff yes, but compared to other options, no).M3Man02 said:
I don't have any experience with Toyota Hitches, but I do know that I had a Uhaul hitch and it was Crap! It rusted after about 3 years use. The toyota one might do the same, but I am willing to give it a shot for a few more dollars.mudferret said:As much as I like Chris, and try to be as much of a pimp as I can for him, that's not* a good deal (*for Toy stuff yes, but compared to other options, no).
A plug and play tail light harness, and bracket hitch is tons cheaper. The Toy harness is just waaaay too much cash.