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Replacement Stay-Put Cradle for Thule Parkway and Roadway Bike Carriers

Replacement Stay-Put Cradle for Thule Parkway and Roadway Bike Carriers

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  • Fits Thule Roadway (TH912XT, TH914XT), Parkway (TH956, TH957, TH958), Hitching Post Pro (TH934XTR, TH934PRO) and Passage (TH910XT, TH911XT) Bike Carriers
  • Qty. 1 Stay-put Cradle
  • Works with optional anti-sway cage to help keep bikes from moving front to back during transport
  • Diameter of tube: 1"

8537887 Thule Replacement Stay-Put Cradle

Replaces 8532568



1500056111 Replacement Stay-Put Cradle for Thule Parkway and Roadway Bike Carriers

Item # 853-7887





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Video Transcript for Thule Hitch Bike Racks 853-7887 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the replacement Stay Put Cradle for Thule Bike Racks. This unit is designed to replace one Stay Put Cradle for your Thule Roadway, Parkway, Hitching Post Pro and Passage Bike Racks. It's made from a very durable plastic construction of black and color. The tube right here has a diameter of 1". It is designed to work with the optional Anti-Sway Cage that would keep bikes from moving front to back during transport. It's a really nice design.

The optional Anti-Sway Cage, if you don't have one, it is sold separately and available at etrailer.com. I also want to point out that the unit has these deep channel guides. These are going to guide the cables that run underneath the top tube frame of your bike. And so these cable guides provide an area for the cables to rest that keeps your bike cables safe and secure and keeps them from rubbing the frame of the bike during transport. The strap that goes over the bike frame is not included.

And installation is pretty easy. You simply need to remove the old cradle from the arm and slide the new one into place. That's going to do it for today's look at the replacement Stay Put Cradle for Thule Bike Racks.


Customer Reviews

Replacement Stay-Put Cradle for Thule Parkway and Roadway Bike Carriers - 853-7887

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (322 Customer Reviews)


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I needed replacement parts for my Thule Apex 9027 (my best friends dog went to town on all the non-metal parts of my bike rack). Thule told me they do not make replacement cradles for this rack - it would have been a waste to have to buy a new rack. So I tried etrailer. I initially ordered the wrong size cradle (ordered for a 1 inch tube, needed for a 1 1/4 inch tube). Matt at etrailer was more then helpful. He helped search for the right cradle, pulled it from stock and called me back to make sure it sounded like the right fit!!
Who does that anymore??? EXCELLENT customer service!!!
This part worked perfectly! No need to spend $100's of extra dollars on a new rack.



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I have a 15+ year old Thule hitching post bike rack with 1" tubing. One of the cradle straps broke and I've been looking for a replacement. REI couldn't help me. I looked on Amazon but found what I wanted on etrailer.com for under $10. The old cradle had an integrated strap (bad design). I bought the 853-7887 cradle and a separate strap (852-3006-001). Worked great. It took a bit of elbow grease and wd-40 to wiggle it into the tubing. But it'll work just fine.



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Good quality and a good fit for Thule Trailway 2 bike rack 992.



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Old Thule rack was getting kinda ratty looking, particularly the original rubber cradle/straps. These replacements are going to extend the life of my rack for years to come. As many people say they are hard to get on(deadblow followed by a touch of lubricant), but once in position they definitely look like they're there to stay. I've already ordered four more and a full complement of antisway cradles + straps to finish out my 4 bike rack. Etrailer shipping was quick and their customer service is solid.



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I do love these cradles and they worked fine for me AFTER a bit of alterations. So the 4 I ordered and received 9/15/17 DID NOT fit on the 1" pipe that my bike rack has equipped. Granted my rack isn't a Thule, these cradles are designed and claim to accommodate 1" diameter pipes all the same. So if you zoom in on the product pic on this website you can see the hole dimension shows 1" in diameter and SMOOTH. What you DON'T see are the ridges that are inside the hole of the cradles that I received, making that 1" diameter SIGNIFICANTLY smaller. Small enough to NEVER fit on a 1" tube. How do I know? Because I had to grind them off considerably for the cradles to even start go slide on. I did leave about 1/3 of each of the grooves on so the fit was tight enough to not slide around. So be warned, you may have to modify if you do receive these with the ridges inside. I used an oscillating spindle sander with 7/8" bit and I targeted each ridge individually as opposed to a 1" bit that would probably take too much off. Here's a pic. Unfortunately, I didn't think to take pics of the ridges prior to sander them off.



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These cradles stay exactly where I placed them. They don't slide or rotate on the bike carrier as my Bell cradles liked to do. Very weather resistant and are in great condition after 1 year. When I need more cradles for my bike carrier to replace my Bell cradles, these will be my 'go to' cradles.


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cradles are still in great condition and they dont move on the carrier. i keep my carrier in the shade outdoors and this has helped keep them in like new condition.
SALVADORE J - 10/17/2021

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Excellent Thule quality and the products arrived on time.



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Great price, delivery, and packaging. These fit well on my bell bike rack and look much more durable than the originals.


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I bought these, along with the anti-sway attachments and straps, to replace the plastic parts on my bell bike rack that broke. These are a great upgrade. They fit perfectly. A little hard to get on, but, they don’t twist or slide once on. They are rubber and much more sturdy than the original plastic. They keep the bikes secure and prevent swaying so, no bumper scratches. We have taken one 700 mile and one 1000 mile trips with these with no problems whatsoever.
Brian - 11/28/2021

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I received the replacement Thule bike rack parts and they fit perfectly. The delivery was quick and items were as described, direct replacement, easy to install and very good price. Attached is picture of the replacement cradles and straps on the Thule Parkway carrier.

Thanks again, will definitely buy from etrailer.com again.



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Perfect fit for my older Thule carrier. Etrailer is my first stop for bicycle carriers and replacement parts. Exact parts, excellent service and support, good value and fast shipment are four good reasons to use etrailer.com.



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I used these to retrofit an old Thule Metro trunk rack that just had plain arms without cradles. It took some serious twisting and wrenching to get the cradles past the bend in the arms, but it can be done. These cradles plus the Anti-Sway Cage (853-7758) are a great upgrade. They keep the bike well away from the car and seem very secure.



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Does the job. A lot better than the original equipment for the bike rack.



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I give the product 4 stars. The reason I am not giving it 5 stars is because the cleats where the straps attach are a bit weak and tend to bend and eventually break after a couple of years of use. Apart from that it is a great product.



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Very helpful, very nice Quality and Fit,will recommend



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this is a perfect replacement for the original that fell apart. Only took a couple of minutes to install.



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Easy to order. Replacement is in perfect, brand new condition and exactly as pictured. Received in a reasonable amount of time. I greatly appreciate they even have a short video clip on the "how to" to remove the old cradles from bike rack.



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I purchased this anti-sway cage and cradle to retro fit to my older Thule Passage rack. I bought the rack used from Craigslist and it did not have any clamps on the bike support arms, only some black plastic protective sleeves. I believe the rack was an older version of the 910XT.

Thanks to the details on this site and awesome pictures I was confident that they would fit (pic shows all the dimensions was very handy)

The items arrived in a well packed box with no instructions, but all you need to do is slide them onto the bars (and I am sure there is plenty of info and help on etrailer if I had asked :) )

The older passenger rack has upturned ends on the support arms so the cradles did not slide right on, but after a little WD-40 (which will eventually wash off, but the best thing to slide rubber grips on to new bars is actually hairspray. It allows the item to slide and then drys slightly sticky. I use it when I change grips on my MTB) they slide right on.

I haven't checked them on the car yet but I am sure they will be great.

Thanks



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Got them on over 1" diameter bars on a 20-year-old Yakima bike rack. Rub the bars first with [dish washing soap] or similar product = enough lubrication to make getting them on easier, but then dries so the cradles stay where you want them.

Remember to buy the straps if you don't already have them - cradles don't work/secure your bike without them, but don't come with them.

The cradle is bigger than I expected, making it hard to position my wife's bike over it (not much space between the elements of the frame). The extensions at the bottom are to hold the sway stabilizers (another extra purchase + more straps if you need them). May carve off the bottom extensions of one cradle to ease that. When the bikes are tightly strapped down, I don't think I'll need the sway stabilizers.

Great service. Great prices. Prompt shipping. Solution I couldn't find anywhere else.


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Yes, took some of the bottom off. Didnt needuse the stabilizers. Learned a loading sequencemotion that now easily accomodates getting my wifes bike on = very happy with the results.
Jay W - 08/08/2020

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We have a Bell two-bike carrier that we like but the Bell rubber cradles rotted and crumbled to pieces after a few years. I had trouble finding any that looked well-made, but finally found the Thule brand at etrailer.com and liked the look of them. I ordered these with some replacement Thule straps and am very happy with them. I'm also very happy with etrailor's fast delivery. They came a lot faster than I expected.

These cradles fit our Bell bike carrier perfectly and look very nice, though they're hard to slide on. I really struggled to get the first one on, then I used some powdered graphite and that helped with the others. That's not a bad thing, though, as our old Bell cradles would slide back and forth with little effort, while these should stay exactly where you put them unless you purposely move them.

I think they are very high quality and especially like the little grooves that protect the bike cables running along the frame. I highly recommend these to anyone needed replacement cradles for carriers with 1" bars. I also recommend getting some of the Thule rubber straps to go with these cradles. They're a good combination.


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Im still happy with these bike cradles. They look new and have not moved from where I put them.
Tom P - 06/06/2017


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This product was used to hack an inexpensive bike rack from a big retailer.



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I got the Thule cradles item 853-7887 to replace the red cradles on the [...] fold-down trailer hitch bike rack and sooo glad I did! These were easy to slide on to replace the original cradles that used velcro to "secure" the bikes in, but those velcro straps were anything but secure and I had to also use straps and bungees and what-all. Now with the Thule straps and these Thule cradles and also the Thule anti-sway stabilizers, it is a snap to load up the bikes securely. My inexpensive bike rack now performs like a pricey one!


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Still working great! Soooo easy to make the bike secure!
May J - 06/19/2017


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So far, so good. We watched the videos on how to install and had no issues at all. A bit of soapy water and a rubber mallet to get things started, and voila! The old cradles were not too trustworthy, thanks to broken plastic tabs. Let’s hope the new ones last many miles!



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Have a very old Thule bike rack that still functions great but some of the hold down straps were lost. First initiated a purchase of what I thought were the old straps but received newer straps. On this order I purchased the newer bike rest that the straps would work on. They fit the old rack perfectly. Now have and old rack with modern bike cradles and appropriate straps.. Thule was great with the assistance and now have a rack that may last another 15 years.
Thule thanks for a great and upgradeable product


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Great love thule productd
Rich S - 06/01/2016


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I added these high quality Thule bike cradles as replacements to cheap plastic ones that came mounted on my $30 non-Thule bike rack. The 1" pipe size was the same, making this retrofit an excellent solution to an annoying problem. The cheap plastic holders on the rack I purchased broke the first time I used them.


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I took a garage sale junker bike rack and replaced all the components with Thule parts. It is fabulous - I can now be secure and fast and know it will stay that way for many years. Thanks!
mike - 02/05/2018


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Does the job its supposed to do. easy i nstallation


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  • What is the Diameter of the Hole on the Replacement Stay-Put Cradle # 853-7887
    I went out into our showroom and measured a Stay-Put Cradle, part # 853-7887, that was on one of our floor model Thule Roadway 2 Bike Carrier, part # TH912XT and found out that the hole is 1 inch in diameter. Check out the picture I attached to see this measurement.
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  • How Does Replacement Stay-Put Cradle Attach to a Thule Roadway Trailer Hitch Mount Bike Rack
    The Replacement Stay-Put Cradle, # 853-7887, fits snugly onto the arm of the Thule Roadway Bike Racks, # TH912XT or # TH914XT and is held in place with friction. It takes considerable force to move the cradles on the arms of the rack, though they can be moved.
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  • How to Get Stay-Put (or Any) Bike Rack Cradle to Stay in One Place on a Bike Rack
    I have 2 possible solutions for you that will get the Stay-Put cradles # 853-7887 to actually stay put. Solution one: hairspray. Its not just for creating sweet hair-dos anymore. The hairspray will at first be slippery, but it will then get tacky and sticky and hold the cradles in place. Solution B: electrical tape. Since you can't fatten up the arms of a bike rack by feeding it, you can wrap some electrical tape around the bars where the cradles will go. The fatter part of the bar will...
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  • What Material is the Thule Stay-Put Cradle Made of
    The Replacement Stay-Put Cradle for Thule Parkway and Roadway Bike Carries, # 853-7887, is made of a plastic that is not completely rigid. The point that connects to the rack is sturdy, but the cradle does have some give to allow for a snug but not too rigid cradle for your bike to rest while mounted to the bike rack.
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  • Replacement Cradles for Graber Hitch-Mounted Bike Rack
    The Replacement Stay-Put Cradle # 853-7887 referenced in your question is indeed designed for 1 inch diameter tubes, so it could potentially work as a replacement for your Graber hitch-mounted bike rack. These will simply slide over the arm of the bike rack to provide the necessary attachment points for your bike. Keep in mind that these have not been tested with the Graber bike racks, but if your carrier does feature 1 inch diameter arms, then these may work great. I have also attached...
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  • How to Remove an Old Bike Rack Cradle and Slide on a New One
    Bike rack cradles such as Replacement Stay-Put Cradle # 853-7887 fit very tight on the bike rack arm. To remove the old one first make sure the bike rack cannot move by securing it in a trailer hitch. Then grab the cradle with both hands and start rotating it a little back and forth several times. Once it feels like it is rotating easier continue to twist it back and forth while pulling it towards the end of the arm until you can pull it off. If the bike rack has an end cap at the end be...
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  • Tip for Installing Frame Cradles on Bike Rack that Don't Want to Slide On
    The replacement frame cradle part # 853-7887 that you referenced while intended for a Thule bike rack it should fit on a cradle arm that measures 1 inch in diameter pretty easily. That said in some situations like yours it can be somewhat difficult to get them to slide on all the way. One of the tricks of the trade is to spray some hairspray on the bike rack arm and even in the cradle's hole. The hairspray will at first be slippery but will become tacky once it starts to dry. When it is...
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  • Tips for Removing Cap of Thule Parkway Bike Rack to Replace Cradles
    To get the cap off of the Thule Parkway Bike Rack part # TH956 you will need to remove the one screw you have found. Small screws that are torqued down can be a pain, but there are some tips I can share that should help. First thing you want to do is spray the screw with some penetrating lube like WD40. Next thing you want do is find the screwdriver with the thickest handle you can find that the head of it still fits the screw in the cap. The basic idea is that the thicker the handle the...
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  • How to Install the Anti-Sway Cages of the Thule Stay-Put Cradles for a Thule Bike Rack
    If you look at the bottom of the frame cradle (see pic I attached) you will see what looks like a rectangular rod connected three times to the bottom of cradle. You will need to take the Replacement Anti-Sway Cage # 853-7758 and slide the open end of the top of it onto that rod and the straighten it out to lock it into place. This is an anti-sway device for your bike that will attach with a strap like part # 853-5834 to the frame of your bike to secure it so that it will not move.
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  • Wider Cradle for a Thule Parkway Bike Rack and Trek Roscoe 8
    Replacement Stay-Put Cradle # 853-7887 is the same cradle that comes on the Parkway bike racks. The T3 cradle, # 853-5829, is wider and flatter so it would be a better fit. This will be the best option for you.
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    Instead of trying to find a wider frame cradle for your bike rack so that it can accommodate your odd shaped frame bike I have a much easier solution for you. You would just want to use an adapter bar like part # 64005. This will attach to the seat post of your bike and the steering stem which will provide an easy attachment point for your bike rack. I attached a review video for the adapter for you to check out as well.
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    The Replacement Stay-Put Cradle part # 853-7887 is the correct replacement cradle for your Thule Parkway bike rack. The only style of anti-sway cage that I can recommend for use with this cradle would be the Replacement Anti-Sway Cage # 853-7758. If you like the Replacement No Sway Cage # 753-3530 the only way to use it would be to go with the T3 Replacement Cradle part # 853-5829. This is an excellent cradle that I know would work well for you, plus it would let you upgrade to the anti-sway...
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  • Replacement Cradle and Straps for a Thule Parkway Trailer Hitch Mount Bike Rack
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