Anti-Rattle Hitch Pins & Clamps
Enjoy a smoother, quieter towing experience with an anti-rattle hitch pin or clamp. Our anti-rattle hitch pins have a threaded shank to tighten down on the ball mount and keep it from vibrating in the receiver. Our anti-rattle hitch clamps can be used with a hollow or solid shank, preventing annoying rattle in your towing connection.
Tow with Less Rattle, Vibration & Noise
Our anti-rattle hitch products ensure a quieter ride when towing your trailer. Our anti-rattle clamp quickly stops vibrating and noise. This anti-rattle hitch clamp is easy to use with no tools required and has a simple, clamp-style lever that allows for fast, convenient installation and is easily adjustable to ensure a snug fit.
Our anti-rattle hitch clamp kits are designed to fit standard receiver hitches and can be used with both hollow and solid shanks. The anti-rattle hitch clamp is quick to install — simply slip it over the shank of the ball mount, insert the hitch into the receiver, secure the u-bolt behind the collar, tighten down and clamp for a quiet towing experience.
CURT anti-rattle hitch pin and shim kits help prevent a rattling ball mount, cargo carrier, bike rack or other hitch-mounted accessory. They are designed to fit a variety of standard receivers. The anti-rattle hitch pin kit is comprised of a threaded pin and shim. The shim inserts into the towing accessory shank and can then be installed into the receiver. Then, the threaded hitch pin inserts into the side of the receiver and gets tightened down with a wrench.
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Towing 101: Guide to Hitch Pin Sizes
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to choose the right size hitch pin to match your trailer hitch receiver. We’ll cover which pin fits which hitch class, as well as what options to consider when buying one.
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What is an Adjustable Trailer Hitch?
Do you tow multiple trailers? Ever wonder if an adjustable trailer hitch ball mount is the right investment? This guide walks through everything you need to know about adjustable hitches, covering the pros, cons, options and more.
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What is a Weight Distribution Hitch?
If you're an avid travler, adventure-seeker, lover of all things outdoors, or anything along those lines, chances are you may be looking into getting your hands on a travel trailer, or upgrading to a larger one to accomodate some of your newly-scheduled road trips that await....Read More >