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Softride QuietRide Tightening Hitch Pin with Lock - Dick's Sporting Goods

Softride QuietRide Tightening Hitch Pin with Lock

Item Number: 12895600
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The Softride ® QuietRide Tightening Hitch Pin and Lock will stop unwanted rattling from the ball mount and receiver. It is adaptable for any hollow two-inch ball mount or rack product. By eliminating the excessive rattling and clanking you will reduce unwanted wear and tear on the hitch.

FEATURES:

  • Patented 2-axis tightening
  • Stainless steel hitch pin
  • Solid brass lock with dust cover
  • Eliminates clanking sounds to reduce drive train wear and tear
  • Pulls ball mount to the side of the receiver, locking it in place
  • Adaptable for any hollow 2'' ball mount or rack product
  • Brass lock keeps ball mount from being a theft victim
  • 10,000 gross towing weight
  • Weight: 1 lb
  • Model: 25219
  • Softride


Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Purchased to pull a car hauler at the spur of the moment to help a friend. Product was awesome and I kept it after we were done. I now leave my B July 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by As advertised - will fit your bike rack. A bit pricey but I knew that when I ordered. It's the only item of it's kind out there that I know of and snugs up the bike (Yakima) rack nicely. I think they could make the lock a separate purchase separate & lower the price. How many people really take the time to lock their hitch? August 11, 2013
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