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Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches

Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches

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Use this hitch immobilizer to keep your ball mount or hitch-mounted accessory from rattling and shifting in your receiver. Great for tow bars, high-low adapters, bike racks, cargo carriers, and more. Quick, simple bolt-on installation. 1-800-940-8924 to order Roadmaster hitch anti-rattle part number RM-061 or order online at Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches. Hitch Anti-Rattle reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Hitch Anti-Rattle - RM-061

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Accessory Anti-Rattle
  • Towing Anti-Rattle
  • Standard Anti-Rattle
  • Roadmaster
  • Sleeve Style
  • Universal

Use this hitch immobilizer to keep your ball mount or hitch-mounted accessory from rattling and shifting in your receiver. Great for tow bars, high-low adapters, bike racks, cargo carriers, and more. Quick, simple bolt-on installation.


  • Hitch immobilizer keeps hitch-mounted accessories stable and secure
    • Helps to eliminate rattle and sway within your hitch receiver
    • Works with ball mounts, tow bars, and hitch-mounted accessories such as bike racks and cargo carriers
  • Bolt-on installation is quick and easy
    • Slide over the shank of your hitch-mounted accessory
    • Hook the U-bolt around the collar of your hitch receiver
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: most 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
    • Hitch receiver must have a ring or collar around it for Quiet Hitch to attach
  • Maximum inside height: 2-1/2"
  • Inside width: 3-1/8"
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Nearly every hitch setup suffers from a bit of slip. This free play between your trailer hitch receiver and your hitch-mounted accessory is completely normal, but it's also completely preventable. By adding the Quiet Hitch to your setup, you can stabilize your hitch-mounted accessory as it sits in the receiver to eliminate rattle, sway, and all that extra play.


Just slip the Quiet Hitch over your tow bar, hitch adapter, ball mount, or other accessory. When you slide the accessory into the hitch receiver, position the U-bolt around the collar on the bottom of your hitch receiver. Then place the bar on top of the accessory shank and tighten the nuts onto the U-bolt. As you tighten the Quiet Hitch, the shank of your accessory will be pulled down towards the bottom of the receiver opening, thus securing it in place within the tube.

Benefits for a Tow Bar

Using an anti-rattle device, such as the Quiet Hitch, is recommended when flat towing a vehicle. Besides reducing wear and tear on your tires, hitch receiver, and tow bar, using an anti-rattle device can help prevent more serious problems. A small amount of free play at your hitch may not seem like much, but this sway is magnified the farther back you go. A little movement at the hitch translates to a lot of movement at the rear of your towed vehicle. By using the Quiet Hitch, you eliminate this sway at the source.

Note: If you have a towing setup that includes a drop receiver or a high-low adapter, use 2 immobilizers to make your system as secure and rattle-free as possible. Use 1 Quiet Hitch at the connection point between the adapter and your hitch, and use the other where your tow bar slides into the adapter.

061 Road Master Quiet Hitch for 2" x 2" Trailer Hitch Receivers

Installation Details RM-061 Installation instructions

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Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches - RM-061

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1101 Customer Reviews)

Use this hitch immobilizer to keep your ball mount or hitch-mounted accessory from rattling and shifting in your receiver. Great for tow bars, high-low adapters, bike racks, cargo carriers, and more. Quick, simple bolt-on installation.


Good addition to add extra support 2” E-bike receiver hitch. The Swagman bike carrier is a great hitch but I wanted the extra security being on the back of our trailer.



Excellent result in eliminating the excess hitch clearance that leads to additional movement of the e-bike rack. Rock solid piece of mind when going down the road.


This is exactly what I was looking for and required less than two minutes to install. The cylindrical profile allows it to accommodate both common geometries found on ball mounts - I.e. flat surface and 90-degree angles. It does cost more than other devices you can find, but IMHO it’s worth it!


A year later and this anti-rattle hitch product still works great with a variety of bicycle and motorcycle hitch carriers I have been using. Great product.


The quiet hitch has proven to be an excellent purchase. Not only does it reduce the noise of the luggage rack rattling while driving, but it also keeps the luggage rack from shaking and therefore, keeps the luggage more secure. I highly recommend purchasing this item if you are going to be attaching a luggage rack to your hitch. I have not hauled anything with the tow hitch, and therefore don't have any experience to rate in that area.


I just bought a new bike rack for my E-bike, and in order to be able to put the tailgate down with the e-bike on the rack, I had to install a 7" extender on to the 2" hitch. The bike rack already had a anti-rattle device built in, but the 7" extension moved around a lot, making my e-bike sway real bad while on the road. A simple and excellent fix was installing the Quiet Hitch, an Anti-rattle Ring. After I installed it, the bike rack was solid as a rock. Installed in just a few minutes, and very well made. (Of course, it's made in the good old USA.). Made by Roadmaster. Good Job!



The quiet hitch is still working as good as the first day I put it on. Its been a slow year, with the flu and all, but I expect it to be a great tool for years to come.


Quinn was excellent. He listen to all of my challenges and I wish I would’ve talk to you guys sooner. This item worked perfect for what we need to use it for on our bike rack on the RV. Thank you all for a great job.


Very disappointed! Called to ensure this would work with my Hollywood RV bike rack. It does not. The Hollywood rack needs three inches of depth to the center of the pin hole. Aggravated that I have to repackage, return and now get the correct extender.


Good product, simple and does as it says. We full time rv and I installed one of these on our hitch that pulls our car behind our rv. 14,000 miles and still going strong. No rattles, no slop.


After a long review of available products to reduce rattle on my low-tongue-weight job trailer, I settled on this unit as my only hope. I had to install it upside-down (nuts down) because the safety chain anchor rings on my Jeep Renegade block access to the lower lip on the receiver. Even so, it eliminated the greatest part of the awful rattle, bringing the problem down to a truly acceptable level.

Grand B.


After a year, the hitch rattles slightly more than it did when I first installed it yes, the torque is still proper but still nowhere near as bad as it did before I purchased it.


This is my second Quiet hitch. This one will be used on the tow bar. These things make the hitch connections SOLID. Recommend!


We have a small pop up camper on our 4WD truck, We fabricated a top step using a plate(step tread) welded on a draw bar. The step moved slightly because the draw bar was not secure. The Roadmaster "Quiet Hitch" removed all the "wiggle" in the step and has removed the extra movement out of our tow hitch ( we tow a Suzucki Samurai).

Jim M.


Thanks for for following up . Quiet Hitch QH is continuing to work out great.


I order the roadmaster quiet hitch from E-trailer and it seems to be working OK, it's taken out about half of the wobble on my hitch Accessory. I give E-trailer of 5 star for shipping it out, it only took about a week. And I give the product about 4 stars because it is built sturdy and seems to be working OK.

Matt J.


Ive had to replace both nuts on both sides due to the fact they just did not seem to tighten down and stay tight. I went ahead and bought hardened nuts instead and they seem to be working out. It still only keeps the rattle down to about 50 or 70 but its better than nothing


Seems to help minimize the jerking and rattling that occurs when pulling a U-Haul trailer, especially when it’s empty but also when loaded. I obey the recommendations for applying the proper torque on the nuts. Might be nice if the manufacturer would stamp or etch the torque specs on the steel bar since the packaging is long gone and this item is not used every day. But overall I am happy with it.



After a handful of uses, it has worked well. Less rattle.


The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch is a great attachment for any one using a hitch. Most hitches have a certain amount of play in hem and his will stop the hitch from rattling while your towing anything.


The product is effective beyond my hopes. All the rattling of my 6" drop hitch has stopped when under load or just driving without the trailer. I couldn't be happier.

Doug O.


Still works great with no rattles. Still looks new after repeated dips at the boat ramp.


After searching and bought other anti-rattle brackets only to find out that these did not fit, this one has been the only one I found that fits the width of my hitch extension. I am satisfied with this product. It is easy to put on and off between trips.


I have a complex configuration encompassing a bike rack and my BlueOx towing device on the back of my 45' coach. My three devices have done the trick to take out the slack and rattle of the hitch components.


I just fitted the Blue Ox towbar, for 6 inch, drop/rise, receivers. Also, the, Roadmaster quiet hitch lock, for 2 inch hitches. Both are excellent products, strong and very well made. There is no movement, with my new hitch lock in place. Two pictures included, showing both, attached to my Subaru Ascent, the drop hitch now sits at 15 1/2 inches above the ground. I will send more pictures of the lights, also purchased from when my mobility scooter carrier is completed.


This product has been flawless. I have a hitch extension with a riser, attached to a hitch swing out mount and then attach a 3 bike rack to that. The point is my set up puts a huge amount of stress on this anti wobble device and it has handled it perfectly. Did I mention I’ve driven this set up hundreds of miles off road? Washboard roads and plenty of off road in Baja Mexico. I originally tried one of the flat steel plate anti wobble devices, it ended up bending. I can not recommend this round anti wobble device enough!


Does the job as advertised. Hitch is tight, no noise


Easy to install, only took a couple minutes and solved my noise and tolerance problem between trailer hitch and receptacle.

Perry A.


Still working great, a solid extension of my truck!


I ended up using a 7-1/2 inch Roadmaster extender along with a Roadmaster 4" Hi-Lo adapter to tow our Jeep with our motorhome. I used 3 of the quiet hitch brackets to stabilize the extensions and tow bar. We towed for the first time this weekend for about a 170 mile round trip. The Jeep tracked perfectly behind the motorhome. I had to make several hard stops due to lights changing and cars pulling into traffic unexpectedly. There was absolutely no noise or hitch bounce. They are easily installed. I highly recommend this product.


This invention is exactly what I needed. I pull several trailers and also a camper. It takes all the clunk and rattle out of the hitch. Its the real deal!



It still works great and I would not pull one of my trailers without it!


Having a Jeep with a hatch you get a lot of trailer noise inside of the vehicle. I bought this product hoping to reduce that sound and it works flawlessly. It eliminates the clunk of the hitch moving around especially with a light load. Plus it also adds a little extra security with the hitch when parked somewhere with your load. Great product!


The Roadmaster Quiet is one Great item, in fact I have both the 2' And the 1'1/4 for my JEEP my boat trailer my bike rack and my basket rack that goes from a 1"1/4 to a 2" the Quiet Hitch keeps all my receivers very stable and quiet, as before I had wobble and noise, just a GREAT item !

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  • Recommended Anti-Rattle Device for 1-1/4 to 2 Inch Trailer Hitch Adapter
    The Roadmaster Quiet hitch would be a great choice. You might actually need two of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Anti-Rattle Devices. You'll need part # RM-061-125 for the connection between your adapter and the receiver hitch, and the Quiet Hitch designed for 2 inch hitches, part # RM-061 for the connection between the adapter and the hitch accessory. If the hitch accessory already has an anti-rattle device like some bike racks do, then you'd just need the # RM-061-125. Keep in mind that...
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  • Anti-Rattle Device Recommendation for a 1-1/4 inch Hitch
    I do have an anti-rattle device that will work on a 1-1/4 inch hitch, but the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 that you referenced is designed to only work on 2 inch hitches and would not work for you. Check out the No-Rattle Trailer Hitch Wedge # RM-061-125. This product will work on your 1-1/4 inch hitch.
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  • What Type Of Metal Is the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Made Of
    I spoke to my contact at Roadmaster about the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches part # RM-061 and they informed me that all three components (u-bolt, bar, and fasteners) are made of zinc plated steel so they will be corrosion and rust resistant.
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  • How to Tell if the Quiet Hitch # RM-061 Fits OEM Trailer Hitch on a 2017 Toyota Tundra
    The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 fits the majority of trailer hitches out there as long as they have a ring or collar around the receiver. We don't have a 2017 Toyota Tundra with an OEM trailer hitch that I can test the Quiet Hitch on but I am attaching a photo with the inner dimensions that you can use to see if it will fit your application.
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  • Anti Rattle Device That Can Be Used with Weight Distribution
    With the amount of spring bar force at work with your weight distribution it is surprising that you are experiencing any type of movement in your hitch. 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. That being said a # RM-061 could be used on the shank of your system and would help reduce movement. Position the U-bolt around the top of the hitch receiver and place the bar on the bottom...
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  • Using Roadmaster Quiet Hitch with Weight Distribution System
    The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 referenced in your question does not have a specific weight capacity. Because it will not be supporting really any weight during towing, there simply isn't a listed weight limit. With that being said, the unit should have no issue supporting any initial weight that might be temporarily applied when setting up your weight distribution system. As you mentioned, when using this device with a weight distribution system, you will want to position the U-bolt...
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  • Is The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch A Good Option To Stabilize Towing Setup To Eliminate Rattle
    Yes it will do the job, the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch part # RM-061 is a great option as long as the Dodge has a 2" with a collar for the u-bolt to install around. I have attached a photo of what I mean. We have a lot of great reviews on this product. It works really well to tighten up and stabilize the space between the shank of a ball mount or hitch accessory and the hitch receiver to eliminate the annoying rattling sound.
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  • Can Anti-Rattle Device Be Used with Weight Distribution
    With the amount of spring bar force at work with your E2 weight distribution it is surprising that you are experiencing any type of movement in your hitch. 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. That being said a # RM-061 could be used on the shank of your system and would help reduce movement.
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  • Anti-Rattle Recommendation For Weight Distribution Hitch in 2 Inch Hitch Receiver
    We do have an option for an anti-rattle device that you can use with your weight distribution hitch. The best option is hitch immobilizer from Roadmaster: - Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches # RM-061 The Quiet Hitch # RM-061 is a simple but effective way to minimize the movement that is occurring with your weight distribution hitch. How it works is one part of the clamp goes on the shank of your hitch and the other goes around the collar, and you just tighten the nuts, which...
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  • Do I Need a Deep Socket to Install the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch
    The hex nuts on the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 are 9/16" and while a short socket can do the job, a deep socket will likely be the best solution if available. If you can't get the regular socket to work on the bottom hex nut a crescent wrench will also work.
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  • Can I Install Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Upside Down On Receiver
    Yes, if you are not able to install the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch part # RM-061 with the lock bar facing up, you may flip it over and install it so the lock bar is on the bottom of the receiver. I have attached a photo of the U-bolt installed upside down.
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  • Is the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch RoHS Compliant
    I can assure you there are no restricted hazardous chemicals used in any of the finishes of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch like the part # RM-061. I spoke to my contact at Roadmaster and he informed me that there is no hexavalent chromium or anything else that would prevent it from being RoHS compliant.
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  • Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Anti-Rattle Device for 2 Inch Trailer Hitch Receivers
    It sounds like you're looking for a Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2 inch receivers. The part is # RM-061. You can find the pricing at the product page by following the link.
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  • Will Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 Fit with a 1/2" Gap Between Receiver and Hitch Adapter
    The u-bolt part of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 could fit in the slight gap you have between the receiver and the adapter. But you could also change the position of the Quiet Hitch should the standard method not work well. It doesn't have to be positioned with the nuts pointed up.
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  • The Diameter of the U-Bolt in the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2 Inch Trailer Hitches # RM-061
    The U-Bolt portion of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2 Inch Trailer Hitches, # RM-061, is 11/32 inches in diameter. The thickest part of the base is 7/8 inches in diameter. The most narrow part of the base (where the nuts are) is about 11/16 inches in diameter. The inside diameter across is about 3-1/8 inches. The outside diameter across is just under 3-7/8 inches (3.819 inches).
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  • Installation of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061
    The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch, # RM-061, was designed to eliminate rattle in ball mounts, tow bars and other hitch mounted accessories. It pulls the shank of the ball mount or other accessory against the receiver to keep the ball mount from bouncing around. This device should not be used when towing a trailer. It was not designed to support the tongue weight of a trailer and could be damaged if too much force is exerted on the device.
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  • Can Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Anti-Rattle RM-061 Be Used with Weight Distribution System
    Yes, you can use the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Towing Anti-Rattle device # RM-061 to secure the shank of your weight distribution system. This bolt-on anti-rattle will eliminate the play between the shank of the weight distribution system and your hitch's receiver tube. Trailer weight does not matter with this item since it will not actually bear any weight when in use.
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  • Can the Thule STL2 be Used as an Anti-Rattle Device for Hitch Extender HES6
    The Thule Snug Tite Hitch Lock and Anti-Rattle Device, # STL2, is designed to work with Thule bike racks specifically. This lock can be used to lock a Thule rack to the extender, but not the extender to the hitch, so it will not work. The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch, # RM-061 can be used on the connection between the hitch extender and the hitch receiver itself. Keep in mind that using a hitch extender will DECREASE the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by 50 percent.
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  • Does Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Have Weight Capacity for Weight Distribution System
    Thanks for the photos and yes, you can use the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches # RM-061 with your set up. The Quiet Hitch doesn't actually have any weight requirement or weight capacity because it doesn't bear any of the load, it simply helps to stabilize mount that is in your Ford's hitch receiver. I have added links to a couple video reviews as well for you to check out of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches # RM-061.
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  • What Material is The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Made Of?
    The Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2" Trailer Hitches # RM-061 is made of steel and has a zinc plating for corrosion resistance. It is designed to work with ball mounts, tow bars, and hitch mounted accessories as an anti-rattle device. The Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System MPG908 worked in a similar way but has been discontinued. The Roadmaster seems to be the customer favorite of all the brands.
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  • How to Keep Bolts on Roadmaster Quiet Hitch # RM-061 From Backing Off
    To keep the u-bolt nuts of the # RM-061 from loosening, make sure you are using both nuts (the primary and the jamb nut) on both sides of the u-bolt. When installing the Quiet Hitch, snug down the first nut on each side then run down the second nut. Using two wrenches working against each other, tighten the outer nut while trying to loosen the inner bolt. This will effectively lock the inner and outer bolt together, preventing them from loosening. The # RM-061 is the only anti-rattle...
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  • Will Roadmaster Quiet Hitch part # RM-061 Fit Draw Tite Class III Hitch
    Yes, the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch part # RM-061 will fit and work well on a Draw Tite Class III hitch like you mentioned.
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  • Can Roadmaster Quiet Hitch be Installed with the U-Bolt on Underside of Ball Mount
    Installing the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch for 2 inch Trailer Hitches, item # RM-061, with the U-Bolt around the underside of the hitch receiver would not present a problem. You will just need to make sure there is room at the top of the receiver to tighten the nuts and lock nuts on the U-Bolt. I have included a video review of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch at right.
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  • 2 Anti-Rattle Device RM-061 Can be Placed on the Underside of a Hitch Opening
    Yes, the 2 inch anti-rattle device, part # RM-061, can be placed on the underside of a hitch opening, as long as clearance allows it. The nuts will not vibrate loose as long as they are securely tightened down. Keep in mind, this device should be removed when you are towing your trailer. It cannot handle the tongue weight of a trailer and could be damaged. There is not a safety device made specifically for this part.
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