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Old 04-19-2009, 09:21 PM   #26
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When someone finds hitches for the 2010 maro I need one, might not live long,my son said he would kill me if I put a hitch on my new car.
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Old 04-19-2009, 09:30 PM   #27
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Good luck with finding room under the tight camaro rearend with the dual exhaust to put a receiver hitch.
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Old 04-19-2009, 09:32 PM   #28
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I don't see why not unless they dont make a hitch for it. My dad tows things every once in a while with his 96 LT1 6speed. He also used to tow a small onboard boat kinda like that one ^ but NOT as pretty with the 85 Z28, even up and down the ramp. And no we are not rednecks at all.
This sure reminds me of "You might be a redneck if....:

I really just don't think I would do that. 2003 Tahoe Z71 for that stuff.
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Towing a bike?

Never had the idea to do that. Then again, I ride 30-40K per year. With that said, I think the Camaro would be the coolest tow vehicle you could have Please post when and if you hook that up, love to see pics of bikes riding behind the bumber of a new Camaro
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Follow-Up.

I sent off emails to Reese, Rigid, Hidden-Hitch, and Drawtite.

Their all too similar response was that "IF they develop a hitch it won't be available until fall..."
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I'm going to explore the idea of a hitch after I get my car. I'm not going to tow the love boat or anything heavy, but may need to tow small trailer.
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I have found a Hitch manufacturer in the Midwest that is very interested. Right now the plan is that they will have my car during my vacation in late July (A bicycle trip so I won't need a car, but I will miss it) and they will custom fit me. The final design will go commercial within a few weeks after that.

Since this could still fall through I won't name the mfg yet. But Camaro5 readers will be amongst the first to know if I get a hitch!!!

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I have found a Hitch manufacturer in the Midwest that is very interested. Right now the plan is that they will have my car during my vacation in late July (A bicycle trip so I won't need a car, but I will miss it) and they will custom fit me. The final design will go commercial within a few weeks after that.

Since this could still fall through I won't name the mfg yet. But Camaro5 readers will be amongst the first to know if I get a hitch!!!

Let me know on this. This is just what I need. I need a reciver hitch on my Camaro to put the bike carrier a have in to it.
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Old 06-15-2009, 10:41 PM   #34
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I have found a Hitch manufacturer in the Midwest that is very interested. Right now the plan is that they will have my car during my vacation in late July (A bicycle trip so I won't need a car, but I will miss it) and they will custom fit me. The final design will go commercial within a few weeks after that.

Since this could still fall through I won't name the mfg yet. But Camaro5 readers will be amongst the first to know if I get a hitch!!!

They may have to do about 600 miles of road test to get it right
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Exclamation I GOT MY HITCH!!

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I got my hitch!

It was manufactured by the Curt Manufacturing Company of Eau Claire, WI.
They plan to take this design commercial. See their website for more information including how to contact them with
your questions about when, where, and how to buy.

It took three days to design, fabricate, test, and install this Class I receiver hitch. I think they did an excellent job.
Comment from the design engineer "This is NOT going to be an easy install."

I should have had the car on a hoist for the following pictures, but sadly I have no hoist.

Images 1, 2, and 3 are rear views from various distances. It looks close to the ground doesn't it?
It actually has more ground clearance than the cataylitic converters.

Image 4 shows a profile as viewed from ground level on the driver side.

Image 5 is a reverse view showing the back of the receiver and two center brackets that extend up to the body.

Image 6 is a little complicated. You need to rotate this picture 90 deg clockwise to understand it.
The camera is directly underneath the receiver. You are looking up towards the passenger side.
The passenger side muffler is visible on the left. The tube extends up into the cavity where it is
welded to a bracket that makes the final connection to the frame rails.

The last image, from Curt's web site, is an example of one of their tube-style receiver hitches.
The 2010 Camaro hitch is similar to this in many respects. I am certain that the end brackets are different.
The 2010 Camaro hitch also has those two center brackets as seen in image 5.


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Old 07-31-2009, 10:14 PM   #36
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cool.... i think....lol

whats the weight capacity of the hitch? also, have you changed your rear diff fluid?
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how do you expect to back a corvette in sand and water to unload a boat

lol this is pure genious...

where are the fail cats when you need em
I dunno, up here our boat launches are paved....

And any that arnt you wouldnt put a boat like that into anyways...
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Old 08-01-2009, 02:58 AM   #39
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This is front page material right here. I think everyone needs to see this modification as I think it makes a great addition to the car!
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I got my hitch!

It was manufactured by the Curt Manufacturing Company of Eau Claire, WI.
They plan to take this design commercial. See their website for more information including how to contact them with
your questions about when, where, and how to buy.

It took three days to design, fabricate, test, and install this Class I receiver hitch. I think they did an excellent job.
Comment from the design engineer "This is NOT going to be an easy install."

I should have had the car on a hoist for the following pictures, but sadly I have no hoist.

Images 1, 2, and 3 are rear views from various distances. It looks close to the ground doesn't it?
It actually has more ground clearance than the cataylitic converters.

Image 4 shows a profile as viewed from ground level on the driver side.

Image 5 is a reverse view showing the back of the receiver and two center brackets that extend up to the body.

Image 6 is a little complicated. You need to rotate this picture 90 deg clockwise to understand it.
The camera is directly underneath the receiver. You are looking up towards the passenger side.
The passenger side muffler is visible on the left. The tube extends up into the cavity where it is
welded to a bracket that makes the final connection to the frame rails.

The last image, from Curt's web site, is an example of one of their tube-style receiver hitches.
The 2010 Camaro hitch is similar to this in many respects. I am certain that the end brackets are different.
The 2010 Camaro hitch also has those two center brackets as seen in image 5.


Good luck!
Am I the only one that thinks it would have been better to put it staright through the defuser, like the IVER cars? That way, it would have better ground clearance, and look a little bit better.

I would be worried about hitting that thing on a parking block, or worried about it dragging it coming down a hill out out of a parking lot, or driveway.

But, it's your car. I'm guessing all the necessary testing for clearance have been done. Do you know that max capacity of the hitch?
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I would be worried about hitting that thing on a parking block, or worried about it dragging it coming down a hill out out of a parking lot, or driveway.
I wouldn't worry about hitting it on a parking block, better the hitch than the car's body. Dragging, that could suck.

k0jdd, I too wonder about hitch capacity. In another thread I think you mentioned that it's a Class I, but it looks like Class II or higher.
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You should have no trouble, I used to have a hitch on my 2002 Z/28 6M, and pulled my three person Sea-Doo (ski and trailer about 1000 pounds+) with no problems except on sandy boat ramps.
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Looks great dude, get some air shocks in there and you'll be happening.

And to all the doubters the 91 new yorker can tow 2 dirtbikes and a ATV in our 5x8 utility trailer. (Or was it a 5x10...)

Hitch/mount, airshocks, and tranny cooler was all that was needed.
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And to all the doubters the 91 new yorker can tow 2 dirtbikes and a ATV in our 5x8 utility trailer. (Or was it a 5x10...)
1991 New Yorker:
Curb weight 3348
Length: 193.6 in.
Width: 68.9 in.
Wheel Base: 104.5 in.
Horsepower: 147 hp
Torque: 183 ft-lbs.
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Length: 190.4 in.
Width: 75.5 in.
Wheel Base: 112.3 in.
Horsepower: 304 hp (V6)
Torque: 273 ft-lbs. (V6)
RWD

The Camaro is a far superior tow vehicle -- longer and wider wheelbase, less overhang, RWD, better tires, and heavier (plus more power, for those who are too impatient to tow safely). It should be able to safely tow the 1991 New Yorker AND the trailerload of toys at the same time.

I'd guess the Camaro's safe towing capacity (assuming that GM would put in the R&D to rate it to its full safe capacity, which they won't, since they have no reason to) would probably be around 5,000 pounds and would usually be limited by tongue weight, which I bet it can't reasonably handle a huge amount of.
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1991 New Yorker:
Curb weight 3348
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Horsepower: 147 hp
Torque: 183 ft-lbs.
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Horsepower: 304 hp (V6)
Torque: 273 ft-lbs. (V6)
RWD

The Camaro is a far superior tow vehicle -- longer and wider wheelbase, less overhang, RWD, better tires, and heavier (plus more power, for those who are too impatient to tow safely). It should be able to safely tow the 1991 New Yorker AND the trailerload of toys at the same time.

I'd guess the Camaro's safe towing capacity (assuming that GM would put in the R&D to rate it to its full safe capacity, which they won't, since they have no reason to) would probably be around 5,000 pounds and would usually be limited by tongue weight, which I bet it can't reasonably handle a huge amount of.
Yeah I was just pointing out that if my pos dailydriver can do it, than the camaro should do it, if not better. =p
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look at section 8 of the owners manual.....1000lb tow maximum....pg 8-53
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Yeah I was just pointing out that if my pos dailydriver can do it, than the camaro should do it, if not better. =p
I wasn't arguing with you, though sometimes I fail to set a friendly tone...I was confirming your point with numbers. The Camaro should tow really well.

In that comparison, I forgot to mention brakes too. I'm sure the Camaro's brakes are lightyears ahead of the Park Avenue's.

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look at section 8 of the owners manual.....1000lb tow maximum....pg 8-53
Like I said, they have no reason to spend money on the R&D required to rate the car for its actual safe towing capacity.

Even de-rated, I would not exceed the rating; that could expose you to liability in the event of a crash, even if the crash had nothing to do with you towing beyond the car's rating.
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Am I the only one that thinks it would have been better to put it staright through the defuser, like the IVER cars? That way, it would have better ground clearance, and look a little bit better.
I personally would not trust the average hitch installer to cut up my diffuser. I might have trusted this manufacturer to do it but not everyone will have that luxury.

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I would be worried about hitting that thing on a parking block, or worried about it dragging it coming down a hill out out of a parking lot, or driveway.
It has higher clearance than the cats and the leading edges of the mufflers.

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whats the weight capacity of the hitch? also, have you changed your rear diff fluid?
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k0jdd, I too wonder about hitch capacity. In another thread I think you mentioned that it's a Class I, but it looks like Class II or higher.
It is a Class I. [1-1/4" receiver 2000lbs max tow wt 200lbs max tongue wt]
It is also clearly marked "Do not exceed tow vehicle ratings."

We know from the owners manual that those values are 1000lbs max tow wt and 100lbs max tongue wt. That's also what my Gen4 was rated at as I recall.
From reading other threads I surmise that these low values are the result of no actual R&D time/money having been spent to determine the 'true values.'
In any case, it is enough for my bike rack.
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K0jdd, that looks like a nice job on the hitch. With the open trailer and 2 high performance bikes I would be above the the 1000 lb trailer towing recommended weight. The tongue weight would need to be checked out and I would need to drop the thought of trailering 2 nice bikes.

Worse than that is.........the 2SS/RS LS3 has become my pride and joy. I have a new love in it and I seriously don't think I could trailer anything. I need your report!!! I still have the enclosed trailer and nice GMC extended cab truck to help me get to Eureka Springs!! The Camaro would be missed on those twisties.

What are you going to tow and what is the tongue and total weight.
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