Tighten up your connection. This hitch receiver immobilizer keeps your tow bar, drop receiver, bike rack and other hitch-mounted accessories from rattling and shifting while you're on the road. Call 800-298-8924 to order Blue Ox Hitch Accessories part number BX88224 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Blue Ox products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II - 2" Hitches. Hitch Accessories reviews from real customers.
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Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II - 2" Hitches

Blue Ox Hitch Accessories

(33 reviews)


Code:   BX88224

Retail:$70.00

Price:$53.95


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Blue Ox Hitch Accessories - BX88224

Tighten up your connection. This hitch receiver immobilizer keeps your tow bar, drop receiver, bike rack and other hitch-mounted accessories from rattling and shifting while you're on the road.


Features:

  • Keeps hitch-mounted accessories stable and secure
    • Helps to eliminate rattle and sway within your hitch receiver
    • Stiffens and reinforces receiver
  • Mounts quickly and easily
  • Includes bracket, U-bolts and nuts
  • Fits 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Made in USA
  • 1-Year warranty


Note: This will not work with BX88235 or BX88241 high-low adapters.



BX88224 Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer







Video of Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II - 2" Hitches


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.



Video Transcript for Blue Ox Hitch Accessories BX88224 Review

Today we'll be reviewing part number BX88224. This is the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II. This is going to keep your hitch inaudible 00:00:10 accessories stable and secure. It's also going to help eliminate rattle and sway within your hitch receiver. It simply just stiffens and reinforces the receiver. It's a really quick system to mount. It's going to include the bracket, U-bolts and the nuts and this is designed to fit a 2 inch x 2 inch trailer hitch receiver. I'll go ahead and show you how it installs.

Weve got our ball mount inside of our hitch. What we need to do is place the immobilizer here on our mount. Then we need to take our first U-bolt and it's going to go from the top down through the holes and we can go ahead and install our nuts just to hold it securely in place. Well get those loosely on there. Then we'll take our other U-bolt, place it on from the side and that's going to come through the holes on this side of the bracket. We can simply take our nuts and thread those on.

You can see that with it loosely installed, we still have a lot of play inside of our hitch. If we take a 9/16-inch socket and just tighten those up, that's really going to help take out any rattle or wobble that we may have inside of our hitch. With all those tight, we'll give it another shake. You can see that it's nice and secure. There's no wobble or rattle inside of our hitch. That's going to do it for today's review of part number BX88224. This is the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II.

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Customer Reviews

Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II - 2" Hitches - BX88224

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (33 Customer Reviews)

Tighten up your connection. This hitch receiver immobilizer keeps your tow bar, drop receiver, bike rack and other hitch-mounted accessories from rattling and shifting while you're on the road.


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by: Gary G07/03/2014


Excellent and timely service and delivery, as I have come to expect from etrailer.com They deliver and are helpful if I have any questions. Highly recommended! 139002





Comments

The Blue Ox performed beautifully, never let us down. It will remain our choice of hitches for towing anytime, anywhere. Sometimes I wish it were more automatic in hooking and unhooking. Maybe your engineers could work on that! We had a very large and heavy Class A motor home Newell and towed a 7,000 lb crew cab pick up truck. Worked flawlessly. Thanks.

Gary G - 07/07/2015

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by: Anthony P.07/09/2015


Product: Easy to install and once tightened, this thing is rock solid. It may be overkill for my hitch carrier, but this thing won’t budge and that was my main concern. I am very satisfied with this product to this point. Service: Wow! I received it surprisingly fast given the holiday weekend. The Videos made my research and decision to purchase easy. 210487






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by: Tony G11/10/2014


Bolted the device on and it took up all the free play between the receiver and the ball mount. I towed my bass boat the next day and it seems to feel a bit more connected. For the price they should include flat and lock washers or nylock nuts. Overall, I'm happy with the product for peace of mind if nothing else and it might be an extra theft deterrent too. 160238






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by: Dennis12/22/2014


Will probably do what it is supposed to do. Fit was good holding a Demco Excaliber tow bar onto a Damon motor home. The bar fit much tighter on my previous Thor motor home but was kind of loose on my 2006 Damon Astoria. The bracket fit perfectly and tightend everthing up. Took about 15 minutes to install. 166463






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by: Gary D07/08/2015


The receiver for our bike rack on our motor home was not very tight, even with a locking pin. This did the trick. Made it solid as a rock. Have ordered from e-trailer many times and have never been disappointed, either with the products or the shipping. 210267






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by: bonron04/15/2015


The device worked as designed, no more slop in the receiver. I would suggest once you install it,, after several hours of use, check the lock nuts and re-tighten as necessary and after a day or two, re-tighten again. Don't forget the loc-tight!! 185406






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by: Scott T.02/15/2012


This fixture immediately took the "slop" out of my equalizer hitch. I'm going to give it the ultimate test tomorrow, towing my toyhauler over the mountains. I's easy to install and absolutely tightens the hitch in the receiver. 31900






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by: JohnM11/15/2014


This product does exactly what it is expected to do....stop the play in your receiver and draw bar. It's well designed and priced appropriately. I'm quite satisfied with my purchase. 161139






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by: Bruce L.12/05/2012


The blue ox immolbilizer is an excellent product - it really helps to stablize my bike rack - no more wobble. Your prompt shipping was excellent. Great product! Lark 60668






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by: Mr. Never Satisfied11/16/2012


expensive, but works like a charm. It's the only option you have for a solid shank bar. If your shank is hollow you can use a less expensive anti rattle locking pin 59506






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by: Tony01/05/2012


Excellent product that really works! You get what you pay for. Dont settle for less inexpensive similar item. They dont work as good as this! 29143






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by: Dallas Stewart12/19/2011


The receiver immobilizer II came in great shape and I received it in short order (fast). I installed it in 5 minutes. It is a great product. 28265






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by: joe t04/14/2015


Attached imobilizer to hitch and it took out all play both upward and sideways travel. Fast shipping and service from etrailer as always! 185177






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by: Ken B.05/16/2015


Unfortunately, this will not fit Curt hitches. They are larger dimensions and the U bolts will not fit over the shank. 193606






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by: Nick D04/30/2015


Works great. Very fast and easy to install. No rattle at all. Shipping was very quick and communication was excellent. 189040






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by: Nick D04/30/2015


Works great. Very fast and easy to install. No rattle at all. Shipping was very quick and communication was excellent. 189039






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by: Bill R09/04/2014


Great, works just like it says. Very easy to install. Worth the cost. Wish I knew of this product a long time ago. 150127






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by: Ron Miler04/07/2015


Good Job to all. Worked just like you said it would. Sure wish all stuff would be what it's suppose to be. Ron 183783






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by: Joe O08/19/2014


Fits perfect and holds my tow bar solidly in the hitch. Package came quickly and ordering was easy. 147343






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by: Bill P05/13/2013


Works great! Had to retighten nuts after 200 miles. I thought shipping cost were excessive. 79923






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by: DON M.02/05/2015


Easy online ordering and fast response. Quick delivery. Very satisfied. thanks. 172477






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by: Dana R10/07/2014


Haven't had the opportunity to put this into use but Blue Ox products are well built. 154988






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by: Anthony07/14/2015


This product really does the thing it is to do. Stops the wiggle on your receiver. 211658






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by: thomas t.09/20/2011


Works great! Only thing that could make it better is a lower price. 24318






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by: Carl Johnson04/10/2015


Blue Ox product is excellent. Easy to install. Looks well built. 184628






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by: Ron M03/06/2015


Usual excellent Blue Ox product. Very fast shipping. 177256






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by: Diego10/06/2014


Does what it's designed to do! Great product thanks! 154807






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by: Jon07/15/2015


Easy to install Play and rattling is go ne!!! 211914






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by: Butch S04/17/2015


Excellent quality workmanship. Works gr eat! 185678






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by: Johnny I08/21/2013

Review from a similar Blue Ox Immobilizer II in Hitch Accessories


The product was easy to install; didn't take more than 5 minutes. I haven't had the chance to test it with my utility trailer hooked up yet but will soon, that will be the real test as to how satisfied I am with the product. I will say this for etrailer.com, they are awesome. I originally passed up ordering the item from etrailer.com just to save a few bucks and ordered it from another site. I had to end up cancelling the order from the other site. I ordered it last Thursday, from etrailer.com, and they bumped up my shipping at no extra cost to me so I could get the part by Monday. They didn't have to do that but they did. All my future towing purchases will be with etrailer.com not just because they are located in my home state of Missouri but because they provide great service. I have already recommended them to friends and co-workers. 96182



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by: Tommy Wilkerson05/14/2012

Review from a similar Blue Ox Immobilizer II in Hitch Accessories


Great product, Worked very well on my long neck Torsion bare Hitch. E trailer's sales consultant Bridget was very helpfull, very knowledgeable. E trailer was very fast about getting me the part i needed. I am very pleased not only with the product but very pleased with E trailer. I have been recommending E trailer to my friends. Thanks. 40282



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by: Ned G.11/10/2014

Review from a similar Blue Ox Immobilizer II in Hitch Accessories


I've not actually installed this immobilizer yet, but have held it in place, where it fits perfectly, and can imagine exactly how it will do the job I was looking for something to do. I was pleased to find it, and the helpful customer service rep pointed me to it immediately. Thanks, ned 160146



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by: Orman C.07/14/2014

Review from a similar Blue Ox Immobilizer II in Hitch Accessories


The stabilizer used with the double 2" hitch receiver took all wobble & wiggle out of the bike rack. Excellent product! 141234

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Ask the Experts about this Blue Ox Hitch Accessories
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  • Will Blue Ox 2 Hitch Immobilizer II Fit a Roadmaster Receiver
  • Since the Roadmaster receiver you are using is a 2 inch, then the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II, # BX88224, will fit. Roadmaster also has a similar product that is a bit more economical. Take a look at the Quiet Hitch, # RM-061. I have incldued a link to a video that shows how it works.
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  • Trailer Hitch Mount Cargo Carrier and Anti-Rattle for Off-Roading with a 1992 Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • The shank on accessories that fit into your 2 in trailer hitch receiver are slightly smaller than 2 inches so there will always be some movement. What you will want to do is use an anti-rattle device. There are a couple of options that will work well to limit if not eliminate movement. Take a look at the Quiet Hitch, # RM-061. This is a simple yet very effective design. I included a video link showing how it works. Similarly we have the Blue Ox Hitch Immobilizer, # BX88224. It is a similar...
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  • How Much Play is there Between EZ Heavy Duty Adjustable Hitch with Combo Ball # AM3298 and Receiver
  • The EZ Heavy Duty Adjustable Hitch with Combo Ball # AM3298 is comparable to the other ball mounts that you have mentioned. Any ball mount or shank on an accessory is made with a certain amount of tolerance in the size of the shank. The differences are so small you probably would not be able to tell the difference. Shanks are made smaller than the receiver opening so that it is easy to insert and remove the accessory. The movement can be limited or in some cases eliminated using an anti...
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  • Stopping Bike Rack Movement in Trailer Hitch on a 2014 Mazda CX-9
  • The Blue Ox Immobilizer, # BX88224, should work well for you despite the limited clearance between the top of the receiver and the rear fascia on your 2014 Mazda CX-9. I have included a link to a video review for you. Keep in mind that you will not be able to completely eliminate movement of a hitch mount bike rack, especially when it is loaded. To limit the movement as much as possible using anti-rattle with a stabilization strap, such as # 18050, will work the best.
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  • Is 325 Pounds Tongue Weight Too Much for a 350 Pound Capacity Trailer Hitch
  • You have to take the weight of the bike and the weight of the carrier together and then determine if it is under the tongue weight capacity of the hitch. If the carrier, # UF48-979033, weighs 50 pounds and the bike 275, that adds up to 325 pounds. That 25 pound buffer is enough to use the 350 pound capacity hitch. However there is more movement at the back of of at RV or trailer, like being at the back of a school bus, so you will need to take every precaution to limit the movement of...
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  • Will the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 Fit a Hitch with a Lip Around Opening
  • The Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 that you referenced is actually designed for use on 2 inch hitches that have the lip around the edge of them that your hitch has. Basically you would install this on your hitch with the smaller flanges of the product going on behind that lip and the larger lip will make contact with the ball mount.
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  • Anti-Rattle Device Recommendation for a Factory Trailer Hitch on a 2012 Chevy Suburban
  • Only certain trailer hitches are J-Pin compatible. The factory hitch on your new 2012 Chevy Suburban sounds like it is not a Draw-Tite J-Pin compatible hitch. You will not want to drill into the hitch because that could compromise the structural integrity of the hitch, make the capacity unknown, void the warranty, and make it unsafe to use. What I recommend is to use an anti-rattle device like the Blue Ox hitch immobilizer, # BX88224 or the Roadmaster quiet hitch, # RM-061. Either of...
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  • Can Ultra-Fab Motorcycle Carrier, # UF48-979033, Be used at the Back of a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The Ultra-Fab Motorcycle Carrier, # UF48-979033, can be used at the back of an RV or trailer as long as you have a 2 inch trailer hitch. If your bumper has a hitch then you need to consult the owners manual or trailer manufacturer to determine if it is rated for the combined weight of the carrier (about 50 pounds) and your bike. If you need to install a trailer hitch I recommend a frame mounted hitch, see link. Frame mounts are much safer and overall a better choice for this application. You...
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  • Can Movement of Bikes and Bike Carrier be Eliminated on Trailer Hitch Mount Bike Carriers
  • On any trailer hitch mounted bike carrier, especially platform style carriers such as # PS63134 there is going to be some movement of the carrier in the hitch receiver. Its just physics at work! There are things you can do to keep movement to a minimum. Some bike carriers will have a threaded hitch pin that pulls the shank of the carrier tight to the inside of the receiver. These will eliminate some movement but not all. So the solution is to use a secondary anti-rattle device. If you...
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  • Carrying a Vespa 150 Scooter on an Itasca Reyo Motor Home
  • You might be able to put your Vespa 150 on the Trailer Hitch Mounted Dirt Bike Carrier # RHDC1. However, this carrier is not rated for use at the back of any RV or trailer so you would not be able to safely use it on the Reyo. We currently have one similar carrier that can be used at the back of your RV. It is the Ultra-Fab carrier # UF48-979033. This carrier has a 500 pound capacity. The trailer hitch must have a tongue weight capacity that exceeds the weight of the carrier (about 50...
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  • Can Cargo Carrier 6502 Be Used on a 5th Wheel Trailer with Bike Adapter 6505
  • I checked with the manufacturer, and you would be able to use the # 6502 cargo carrier on the back of a fifth-wheel trailer as long as your cargo is within the listed capacities for the carrier and the hitch on the trailer. I am sorry, but they do not list the # 6505 bike adapter as a fit for the # 6502 cargo carrier. We do offer some bike racks that are rated for the use on the back of a trailer. The # PS63134 rack would be a good choice to carry 2 bikes, and it can handle the additional...
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  • Clarification Regarding Use and Ratings on RoadMaster Quite Hitch Anti-Rattle Device # RM-061
  • I believe I can help with the confusion on the qualities of the Road Master Quite Hitch # RM-061. The reason that this anti-rattle device can be used for flat towing and not trailers is because flat towing produces very little tongue weight. When towing a trailer there is vertical weight that puts torque pressure on the ball/ballmount/anti-rattle device which will elongate the U-bolt and basically make it unusable. The U-bolt is designed and rated with strength to withstand torque pressure...
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  • Are Anti Rattle Hitch Devices Suitable for Towing a Trailer
  • Yes, there are a few anti rattle devices that will reduce or eliminate the movement of a hitch accessory, ball mount, bike rack or cargo carrier. The anti rattle hitch threaded pin # 63145-1 is not recommended by the manufacturer when towing a trailer even if less than 1500 pounds. A great wedge option is No-Rattle trailer hitch wedge # 93347. It fits 1-1/4 and 2-inch hitches. It will wedge itself between the receiver and hitch and eliminate rattle. Please note it will not work...
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  • Could the Blue OX Hitch Immobilizer # BX88224 Work with a Weight Distribution System
  • I spoke with my contact at Blue Ox and he informed me that this Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 would work on any weight distribution system as long as the head of the weight distribution system has 1-1/2 inches to 2 inches of clearance to the opening of the hitch receiver. So as long as there is 1-1/2 - 2 inches of clearance from the head of the weight distribution system to the hitch opening you could use this # BX88224.
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  • Can the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II be Used for Towing a Trailer
  • Yes, you can use the Blue Ox hitch immobilizer # BX88224 when towing a trailer. We have had similar questions before on this product in regards to its use with weight distribution systems when towing a trailer and Blue Ox has informed us several times that it can be used for this purpose as well.
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  • How to Prevent a 12 Inch Receiver Hitch Extension From Rattling in Receiver
  • Adding an extension introduces another component in between the receiver and the ballmount or hitch accessory. Because of this, getting a certain amount of wobble is unavoidable. If you're using the extension for a hitch mounted accessory, you can use an anti-rattle device like part # BX88224. However, keep in mind that using an extender will lower the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by 50 percent. If you'll be towing, you'd be better off using a longer ball mount, if the longer...
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  • Using an Anti-Rattle Device with a Weight Distribution System
  • If your Weight Distribution System has been properly set up, there should be no movement of the weight distribution shank in the receiver, as the spring bars should be placing a substantial amount of tension on the shank against the walls of the receiver, thus keeping it firmly in place. The tension applied would be much greater than what a product like the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer would provide. If you are experiencing the rattle when using the weight distribution head to tow...
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  • Anti-Rattle for a Bike Carrier and Hitch Extender on a 2012 Nissan Rogue
  • We do have anti-rattle devise that you could use but you need to know that the use of a hitch extender will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch by 50 percent. The Class III hitches for your 2012 Nissan Rogue have tongue weight capacities of 300 to 350 pounds. The reduced capacity from using an extender, such as # HE06, would take that down to 150 to 175 pounds, depending on the hitch. This means the combined weight of your Swagman XTC4, # S64665 at 60 pounds, and...
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  • Eliminating Movement of Thule Parkway Bike Rack in Curt Trailer Hitch on a 2011 Toyota Highlander
  • The threaded hitch bolt that comes with Thule Parkway bike rack # TH956 needs to be tight when installed to limit the movement of the rack. The bolt engages a weld nut inside the shank of the bike rack and pulls it tight against the inside of the receiver. With 4 bikes loaded, due to the distance of the 4th bike from the receiver, you will not be able to completely eliminate the movement. You aren't going to lose the rack or anything as long as you have the hitch bolt installed all...
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  • 2-Inch Hitch-Mount Bike Rack for Use on 2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-Based RV with Rear Spare Tire
  • RVs require use of a specialized bike carrier that can handle the stresses found at the back of such vehicles. The linked page shows a wide range of RV-rated bike carriers that include hitch-mount, ladder-mount and bumper-mount types. If you prefer a hitch-mount rack you can refer to the linked article for guidance as to how to measure for the clearance you need to clear your spare and then use the linked page to see our RV-rated bike racks. Some 2-bike hitch-mount RV racks you might...
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  • Ball Mount Installed in 2014 Toyota Venza Factory Hitch Fits Loosely
  • Sometimes factory-installed (OEM) hitches can have slightly different dimensions and tolerances than the aftermarket products from companies like Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, etc. As long as you are using the correct 2-inch size ball mount in your 2-inch factory hitch you can address your fit concern with an anti-rattle device. The linked page will show you all such products that will fit your 2-inch hitch. These are offered in both locking and non-locking types. For a locking anti-rattle...
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  • Anti Rattle Device to Prevent Oldenkamp Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier From Moving Around
  • It sounds like the wobble you describe is caused by the shank of the carrier moving around in the carrier, rather than the bike moving in the carrier. An anti-rattle device like the Blue Ox # BX88224 would be recommended. The device would tie together the shank of the carrier and the hitch receiver tube, preventing it from moving around. I've linked you to a product demonstration video featuring the anti rattle device.
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  • Hitch Lock and Anti-Rattle Device for Curt Hitch 13581 on a 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander GT
  • An anti-rattle hitch lock that uses a regular hex-head bolt should fit your Curt trailer hitch # 13581. Take a look at # SR25219. The head will be approximately 3/4 inches wide so measuring from the center of the hitch pin that would be 3/8 of an inch. If you have 3/8 of an inch from the center of the pin hole to the bar on your hitch then this lock would work. Another option is to use a regular hitch lock such as # 5201 and a stand-alone anti-rattle device like # BX88224.
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  • Can Blue Ox Hitch Immobilizer, # BX88224, Be Used with Weight Distribution and 800lbs Tongue Weight
  • A coworker of mine had a similar question and you can use the Blue Ox Hitch Immobilizer, # BX88224, with a weight distribution shank as long as the head of the weight distribution system has 1-1/2 inches to 2 inches of clearance to the opening of the hitch receiver. Besides that the weight should not be an issue but you will need to check the tightness of the nuts from time to time because they can loosen.
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  • Blue Ox Immobilizer II Recommendation for a 2012 Ford Super Duty with a 2-1/2 in Hitch
  • You would want the Blue Ox Immobilizer II for 2-1/2 inch hitches part # BX88225 as this is designed to fit the 2-1/2 inch hitch that is on your 2012 Ford Super Duty. The Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 that you referenced is designed to fit 2 inch hitches and would not work for you.
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  • Which Blue Ox Trailer Hitch Receiver Immobilizer Fits a 2 Inch Trailer Hitch
  • The 2 inch reference for the Blue Ox Immobilizer # BX88224 is in reference to the receiver opening, not the outside width of the receiver. For a 2 inch receiver opening # BX88224 is the correct option.
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  • Why Can't the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Anti-Rattle Device be Used When Towing a Trailer
  • Flat towing is the term used when a vehicle is towed with all 4 wheels on the ground behind another vehicle, typically a motor home. It is also knows as dinghy towing or towing 4 down. The Quiet Hitch # RM-061 is not rated for or tested for anything other than flat towing. So you would not use it when towing a trailer or using a hitch mounted accessory where there would be higher tongue weights. Flat towing a vehicle will all 4 wheels on the ground has very minimal tongue weight because...
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  • Anti-Rattle Device Recommendation for Use with the Diversi-Tech Aluminum Ball Mounts
  • I just got off the phone with Diversi-Tech so that I could get a better explanation and they said that the main reason they got rid of the ball bearings is that only about 30% of hitches were deep enough for the ball bearings to be effective. Most of the time the bearings stuck out beyond the hitch so they weren't getting used and then they also had a problem with the bearings popping out on some ball mounts so they just did away with the design. A better solution to prevent rattle with...
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  • Can the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 be Used While Towing a Small Trailer
  • Yes, the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer II # BX88224 that you referenced can be used while towing a small trailer as long as the hitch on the vehicle has a 2 inch opening. We have confirmed with Blue Ox that you can use this product in towing setups. I attached a review video for this product for you to check out as well.
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  • Anti-Rattle Adapter For Utility Trailer On 2012 GMC Acadia
  • The Brophy Stabilizer Bracket, part # RHSB is designed for non-towing accessories to prevent shifting and rattling. I recommend the Blue Ox Hitch Receiver Immobilizer, part # BX88224. This fits 2 inch trailer hitches and with the U-bolt design eliminates the wobble and rattle that is so annoying as you said. I have attached a product review for the # BX88224 you can check out.
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