- Locking hitch pin prevents clanking noise and drive train stress
- Fits any 2” hollow ball mount
- Strong brass lock and stainless steel hitch pin
- Effective length is about 7.7 cm or about 3"
- Durable lock cover to protect against debris
Enjoy a safer and quieter towing experience. The incessant rattle that results when you install your ball mount onto your receiver isn't just annoying – it puts unnecessary stress on your drive train. The QuietRide™ Tightening Hitch Pin eliminates your troubles by creating a secure attachment and eradicating the slack that is at the root of these issues.
Haul your trailer, toy box or speedboat with all of the security and ease provided by the QuietRide advantage. The difference comes from the 5/8-inch stainless steel bolt and unique 2 dimensional cinching action. This pulls the nut tightly into the receiver to create a substantially more secure bond. Leaving behind the rattle that follows you around every start, stop and turn! Designed to fit hollow 2" ball mounts, the QuietRide Tightening Hitch Pin features a solid brass lock and stainless steel hitch pin for maximum durability. Backed by a Lifetime warranty.
- Not intended for use with SoftRide Bike Racks
Softride Quietride Locking Hitch Pin Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Jim S (Santa Maria, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Volkswagen Touareg — Jun 01, 2014 1:16 PM
Well thought-out design. While this isn't necessary for some receivers due to tighter tolerances, the noise from the bar shifting in the receiver on one of my vehicles was unbearable. This resolves that problem completely. I'll be using this for all of the towing I'll do in the future.
Reviewed by Charles H (Libertyville, IL) Reviewed for a 2009 Lexus RX 350 — Nov 29, 2013 5:46 AM
I had the previous generation of this hitch pin and really liked it. But, I managed to lose the lock due to my failure to check that the locking part was indeed locked. Unfortunately Softride doesn't sell just the lock. So, I bought a new Softride locking hitch pin. The one I bought is a newer generation than the one I had previously, and it's a better product. The newer generation has a better lock, a little longer length for easier locking, and the lock itself is a little bigger.
Reviewed by Bill O (Las Vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Nov 25, 2013 8:06 PM
The reason i picked this hitch pin is it uses a full kay and not a barrel key i like the full key better
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