Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
About a 1000 lbs max. This is a uni-body car. The trailer setup is most likely aftermarket. These cars obviously weren't designed for hauling but light loads can be done, it just taxes the brakes and suspension more. I for sure wouldn't go more then 1500 lbs for any kind of serious distance. A very short trip maybe. Hope this helps. If you having any other questions let me know. Also make sure rust has not effected the strength of the trailer hitch or welds to the car.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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