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Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver - Black Powder Coated Steel

Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver - Black Powder Coated Steel

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This steel clamp and U-bolt installs on your 2" hitch receiver to stabilize your hitch-mounted accessories. Simply hook the clamp over the lip of your hitch and secure the U-bolt around your accessory using the included nuts to prevent shifting. 1-800-940-8924 to order Brophy hitch anti-rattle part number RSCP or order online at Free expert support on all Brophy products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver - Black Powder Coated Steel. Hitch Anti-Rattle reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Hitch Anti-Rattle - RSCP

  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Accessory Anti-Rattle
  • Standard Anti-Rattle
  • Brophy
  • Clamp Style
  • Universal

This steel clamp and U-bolt installs on your 2" hitch receiver to stabilize your hitch-mounted accessories. Simply hook the clamp over the lip of your hitch and secure the U-bolt around your accessory using the included nuts to prevent shifting.


  • Clamp and U-bolt stabilize hitch accessories to prevent movement
  • Fits most cargo carriers, bike racks, steps, and other non-towing accessories for 2" hitches
  • Easy to use
    • Hook the clamp over the top lip of your hitch, fit the U-bolt around the accessory, and fasten underneath the hitch using the included nuts
  • Black powder coated steel is durable and resists corrosion
  • Made in the USA


  • Overall bracket length: 3-3/4"
    • Length from front lip to bolts: 1-3/4"
    • Bolts to back of bracket: 2"
  • Minimum clearance of bumper to tighten bolts: 1/2"

RSCP Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for Two Inch Hitch Receiver - Black Powder Coated Steel

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Video Transcript for Brophy U-Bolt Stabilizer Clamp Review

Zach: Hey, everybody. Zach here at Today we're going to be taking a look at the Brophy U-Bolt Stabilizer. This is going to be an anti-rattle device. What it does is it takes all that shake and play all that movement out of your assessory. I think it personally shines best with cargo carriers.

Cargo carriers are a great way to get a bunch of extra stuff on your trip but one thing they have an issue with is when you get that weight back there, they're not the most stable thing. So they're moving around,they're going to hold your stuff just fine but you can hear that movement, you can see it, it's just a little unnerving.So what this does is this takes a standard cargo carrier we have here, I have a couple of hundred pounds back here and it just makes it a nice stiff right. Now you can see right there, I'm lifting up and I'm not getting much play when this isn't in place. This cargo carrier moves all around. Now the one thing with this style is it doesn't really take out all the side to side.

Now it's shifting a little bit there but it's tightened down where it's holding it in place for the most part.I think that's where the threaded hitch pin style works best. Those do a really good job of keeping the side to side movement down. But I would rather take out that up and down movement personally, because this still does a good job of keeping that side to side play at a minimum. So you can see this as a pretty simple design. It's essentially a steel plate that sits on top.

And then we have a U-bolt that comes up underneath. And what this does is the sandwiches our accessory into our hitch.So it holds it all together. It gives us a nice tight fit. It's pretty easy to put on. It can sometimes be a little difficult when it comes to clearance because you do have to tighten down these nuts.

And that's where I think the hitch pin style where it's just a threaded bolt it goes through. That can be a little bit easier because usually have a little bit more clearance down here to work with but I think this is a really effective way to take all that play out of our accessory.Another thing to keep in mind if you do like that bolt style is you have to have a hollow shank accessory, so you can see here, there's nothing in the shank of this ball Mount. So we can put that device on the inside and put that bolt through. A lot of accessories are solid so you can't put anything in there. And that's where this U-bolt design works. And the cool thing about the U-bolt style is, it works with both styles, whether it's a hollow shank or solid steel, it doesn't matter as long as there's nothing to interfere where you're attaching that to it will work. So you could in theory, use both to eliminate the side to side and the up and down. But I think that this one does a really good job of definitely eliminating the up and down but I think it does a pretty good job of cutting out that side to side action as well.And to cut down on resting corrosion, it has a black powder coat finish on it to keep that at day and then you also have that galvanized U-bolt as well. So to get this installed, first thing we're going to do is, I'm going to lay my top bracket like this. So the part that's pointing down needs to be touching the accessory. And then I'm going to take this U-bolt and I'm going to go up from underneath my hitch and get that lined up with the holes in that plate. And then I'm going to take my lock nuts and get those started so that we can take a 14 millimeter wrench and we can start tightening this down.I think that if you have the ability to use a socket wrench, you should go that route. I don't have the clearance here because of this bumper. So I'm just going to be using a wrench, just going to take a little bit of time but it's definitely going to be worth it. When we get this tightened down, you can see we're starting to get that where it's not moving around, getting a nice tight fit. I don't think you need to really be super aggressive with getting this tightened down but you definitely want it tight. So you eliminate that movement in your shank there.Overall I'm pretty impressed by this. Now this isn't going to take away all of the movement and all the shake and play but just here on this cargo carrier today, it reduced it dramatically. It takes a good amount of effort to get that, to move around up and down. Now, there is still a little bit of side to side but it's not near as noisy. It takes quite a bit more effort to get that, to move around. So I think this is a really good way to go. If you're looking to cut down some of that noise and movement but that's going to do it for our look at the Brophy U-Bolt Stabilizer.

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Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver - Black Powder Coated Steel - RSCP

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (145 Customer Reviews)

This steel clamp and U-bolt installs on your 2" hitch receiver to stabilize your hitch-mounted accessories. Simply hook the clamp over the lip of your hitch and secure the U-bolt around your accessory using the included nuts to prevent shifting.


Excellent service with fast processing! I have made numerous purchases from etrailer and have always been pleased.



This product does what it was designed to do, it stops the rattling of the hitch and also helps create a good ground to the trailer. I have had this product for one year.


Simple way to stabilize the insert accessory. Simple is best. Appreciate the nylock nuts to secure the top plate. The addition of two heavy duty flat washers under the nuts would be nice. Would purchase again.


Heavy duty design insures that this Stabilizer Clamp will survive years of constant & daily on & off use. Common nyloc-style nuts keep the unit tight, but easy to loosen for hitch removal when finished with trailer.



Unit is performing as designed and shows no signs of fatigue. This clamp works great for both my trailers.


Fits perfect. I havent tried on a loaded dirtbike yet but seems will do the job.



Been using it often with my dirtbike carrier and my dirtbike. No wobble or movement. Happy with the product.


Great little device at a good price. I'm using it to quiet my RockTamers and the u-bolt is just long enough to seat the nuts. For my application, it would be better to have a slightly longer u-bolt


I use one of these on my truck because I travel on gravel roads and without it the bounces terribly. I bought this one for my side by side. I ordered a different product but it was out of stock, this one seems lighter duty but should work.


My truck has a long camper on it. I had to install an 18" hitch extension to tow my boat. After 2000 miles, I noticed there was a lot of movement of the extension, the shims were gone. This Stabilizer Clamp made it rock solid again. Installed in less than 5 minutes.


Plate works great eliminate rattle from the receiver


Seems to be doing the job just fine. Had clearance issues and had to flip it.
F-350 dually has lip that goes down towards the Class V hitch. Nice not having
the rattle and play prior to picking this up. Worth noting, when you drill your
shin on it might hurt just a little bit more. Just sayin'

Will H.


still a happy camper!


Another etrailer great product. It totally stops all the wobble of the hitch and rattles are totally eliminated. I have 3 of these made by Curt Manufacturing and they all work like a champ. The Brophy works just as well and is a little less expensive.

Henry C.


Great Product even a year later it still works as designed and anyone with a problem simply can not screw nuts and bolts together correctly!!!


The Brophy Stabilizer Clamp and U-Bolt for 2" Hitch Receiver stopped all of the movement of the receiver bar. No mor wiggling around.

Richard B.


Still working great


Ordered this product for a friend. He likes it. He does not remove hitch from the receiver very often and can leave it attached. It does work to eliminate the rattle.
I remove my hitch after every use and find needing a wrench is a hassle.



Still working to stop the rattling however someone else owns it because it would not come off the truck. Rusted solid. Would have been fine had it been oiled or taken off regularly


I've had this on my truck a year now, with over 3,000 miles of boat trailer towing including freeways, stop and go in cities, and potholed and washboard dirt roads. It does exactly what it's designed for, stopping the clunks and noises of a sloppy class IV hitch. I'd get another again if I ever sell this with the truck. It seems to be holding up just fine.


Worked great on all three connection points of the 12" dual hitch extender. I am pleasantly surprised and very happy about that.

Bernie Z.


I still like them


Installed this Brophy Stabilizer CLAMP and it stopped the wobble of my Scooter Carrier.
Tips: When I first installed my Scooter Carrier, it dragged in low drainage areas. So I installed {Inverted} a Maxx Tow Hitch Extender which raised the Carrier about 12 inches. I secured the unit with Anti-Rattle Lock Pin and then, the Brophy Clamp. At the bottom of The Maxx Extender, I installed a Steel Roller-it make first contact in low spots! The Unit now travels with almost zero rattle or sway! It cost me a few extra dollars but, the investment is worth it!


Great product, I bought this hitch anti-rattle to help keep my Thule bicycle rack from jumping in the receiver when I have it loaded with bikes. It does a great job of keeping the rack connected to the receiver and eliminating all of the up and down slop that would allow the hack to hop up and down as i drove down the freeway.


It stopped all the movement and noise on my hitch. Make sure you look at the installation pictures to understand how and where it mounts to confirm you have room for the bolts. I had to trim 1/4 inch off of each bolt with a grinder because my hitch is immediately below the bumper. Arrived on time with good shipping protection. Quality of metal parts was good. It was just as described and shown in picture. Lock nuts with nylon inserts. Black metal was painted, mostly okay finish that I would give it 4 out of 5 on the paint due to some imperfections and scratches from handling and manufacturer. The U-bolt is smaller than my previous one, but seems to be working fine.


Pretty good. Still some wiggling even when this is cranked down as tight as I'm comfortable cranking it down, but MUCH better than without it.

We drive two vehicles and two trailers. We use this to reduce sway and rattle on a hitch-mounted cargo basket. Since I can drive behind and watch it work, I know just how well it works.


Works pretty good to get 85-90% of the “wobble” out. But can be difficult to install on some vehicles due to the location of the receiver in relation to the vehicle bumper of some SUVs. Worth the money though. It is a must have for extensions like when using a bike rack. I would recommend and would buy again.


This little item really works. After installing my new hitch my old ball mount was rattling around quite a bit. It was making a lot of noise especially on starts and stops. It gave me an uneasy feeling that something was going to break loose. Today I hitched up and took an extra two minutes to bolt this little gadget on. Not a single rattle or shutter while driving. I have that relaxed feeling of confidence again.


This Brophy Stabilizer Clamp has worked great. I have a wheelchair lift on the back
of my truck that need a stabilizer to stay straight on the hitch. This clamp did the trick . The lift now stays level very happy with purchase.


Very simple to use, and really took out the rocking motion I had with my mudflaps that were attached to my hitch on my truck. I ordered 2 so I could level out a carrier on the back of my trailer, but it says in the instructions that you have to mount the plate on the top, not the bottom so I could not use it to level out the carrier.

Joe D.


Nice, simple design. The flat plate design offers mounting flexibility to accomodate hitch variations and clearance issues. The use of elastic lock nuts for the u-bolt - an absolute must in this kind of application-shows the kind of thought that went into designing this.
It's made right!
Also rated for use with trailers- not all anti-rattle devices are.
Yes, it meets its intended purpose- no rattles when installed.


The anti rattle clamp has provided the satisfaction sought in eliminating the nuisance of unwanted noise and the "train car" slack in the couplers whiplash in the neck. To date these devices have been installed on three units ranging in GVWR's from 6,000 to 14,500 trucks. No failure has occurred. The only downside is exchanging receivers.


Learned about this item from Youtube Have bought several items from these people I have always done my own work and the install videos help with identifying bolt and item positions. 2015 F53 Front Sumo springs Rear Sway-bar
Shipping was 2 day ground to my area and ship to my place of employment we get several freight shipments each day.

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