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Trailer Hitch

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Can anyone confirm the official Hyundai Palisade hitch? On the www.hyundaishop.com website they show this:
But it's stated that the image is a representation. Then I saw this on the www.kiatelluride.org site:
I dont like the exposed crossbar look. I've also looked for aftermarket options and was unsuccessful. Are we all or for those who plan on towing stuck with the exposed crossbar.
 

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StealthHitches.com seems to have the best solution
 
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I plan on using a motorcycle carrier and the StealthHitches option only has a 350lbs tounge weight rating
 
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The one showing is the Hyundai solution, and is exposed. I understand the comment on the Stealth solution, but so far the only hidden one I've seen. Hopefully other makers will come to market quickly. I will note, from what I've read a loaded motorcycle carrier could be pushing tong weight unless it is for a scooter etc. Good luck
 
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The one showing is the Hyundai solution, and is exposed. I understand the comment on the Stealth solution, but so far the only hidden one I've seen. Hopefully other makers will come to market quickly. I will note, from what I've read a loaded motorcycle carrier could be pushing tong weight unless it is for a scooter etc. Good luck
You're probably right about the tounge weight limit. The bike and carrier weight is pushing about 490lbs. May have to add a set of helper airbags for the rear springs
 
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I believe right now we only have two options, the stealth hitch and OEM. Personally I think the OEM is so ugly compared to the Telluride.
 
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I believe right now we only have two options, the stealth hitch and OEM. Personally I think the OEM is so ugly compared to the Telluride.
Yes that’s correct on my research as well. Only stealth and OEM at the moment, waiting for curt/etrailer to come out with one that’s rated for 500 tongue weight. I am running about 390 tongue weight with a Andersen weight distribution hitch
 
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Maybe Hyundai or an aftermarket could come up with a replacement rear valance that has the appropriate cutout so we can use the kia hitch.
 

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