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Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System

Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System

Item # MPG908
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Malone anti-rattle hitch clamp stops movement and eliminates wobble between your vehicle's receiver and ball mount. Included bracket plate, U-bolt, and nuts easily install on your receiver. Fits Class II 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receivers. 1-800-940-8924 to order Malone hitch anti-rattle part number MPG908 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Malone products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System. Hitch Anti-Rattle reviews from real customers.
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Malone Hitch Anti-Rattle - MPG908

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

Malone anti-rattle hitch clamp stops movement and eliminates wobble between your vehicle's receiver and ball mount. Included bracket plate, U-bolt, and nuts easily install on your receiver. Fits Class II 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receivers.


Features:

  • Anti-rattle hitch clamp stops movement and eliminates wobble between your vehicle's receiver and ball mount
  • Included bracket plate, U-bolt, and nuts easily install on your hitch receiver
  • Heavy duty steel construction is corrosion resistant


Specs:

  • Application: Class II 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receivers
  • 5-Year warranty


MPG908 Malone Anti-Wobble HitchLock System

Installation Details MPG908 Installation instructions


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Video of Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System

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




Video Transcript for Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System Review

What's up everybody it's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're gonna checking out the Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock device. And what this is gonna do is just gonna go on your ball mount or the shank of a bike rag, or even a cargo carrier. And it helps stabilizes it. So you can see right here with this ball mount moves around a whole bunch. Once I install that, that movement's gonna be gone.

Let's check it out. So with just the pin in let see how much movement we have in our ball mount. And so I'm gonna show you how to fix that and then install our device. So you're gonna take the Anti-Rattle plate here the flat part's gonna sit at the bottom of the hitch and the part that's angled up will push up on the ball mount push it in to place once we tighten it down. So let's drop our U-bolt through.

Then we'll put our flat washer, lock washer, and nut at the bottom. And we're gonna do that on both of them. So we're gonna get hand tight to help hold it on there. I'll do the same thing On the other side. Come back with a ratchet.

You continue to tighten it down. Let you do it evenly. Go back and forth. You don't wanna do one. Tighten one way more than the other.

Looks pretty good right there. Now I'm gonna shake the whole vehicle back and forth. You see there's no rattling or movement whatsoever in the ball mount. Now with that installed, that was just an easy way to show you how it takes the movement out of the ball mount with it, the you bolt here pulling down and this pushing up against there at the same time it takes all that movement out of there. Malone says that you can put it upside down if you need to for clearance issues. So we did that here on my hitch, and it actually seems like it got a little bit more behind the hitch. So it seems like it might work better for me this way. So that is an option. If you have clearance issues like I did. So the safety chain loops kind of get away at the bottom. So that full plate can't go all the way back. This one seems a little more sturdy. Now I threw a cargo carrier in the hitch, just to see, this has got a lot of movement up and down so that Anti-Rattle pin's in there. It does not move side to side at all, but that up and down we're gonna try and take care of it by adding that device on there. But first, we're gonna drive around the parking lot and see how bad it looks before we install it. Now we've shown it on a two inch hitch with a two inch cargo carrier and a two inch ball mount, but it can also work with inch and a quarter. So if that's your hitch size and that's accessory you would use it for, you can use it with that too. With installed on the cargo care. It worked out really well. There's not a lot of movement up and down. It really stabilized it. You could definitely see it when we we're going down the bumps. I think it's gonna be nice for any of those accessories. Like the ball mount, , even a bike rack. You just want a little more stability. You don't like that up and down movement. It's gonna help eliminate that. And, it's really easy to install and take back off. It's not a permanent thing. You just make sure to have a ratchet to tighten it down. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out. Hope This helped..

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Malone Anti-Rattle HitchLock System - MPG908

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (433 Customer Reviews)

Malone anti-rattle hitch clamp stops movement and eliminates wobble between your vehicle's receiver and ball mount. Included bracket plate, U-bolt, and nuts easily install on your receiver. Fits Class II 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receivers.

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I used this to secure the hitch for my camper. This hitchlock is super simple to install and defintely eliminated any slop in the hitch/receiver connection.



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It’s a simple product. Not sure it’s as valuable as the price but it does the job so I’m happy with it. After all these years of towing I’m amazed that I need to buy something because nobody can make receivers and hitches that fit properly. Quality sucks with receivers and hitches so we get to buy stabilizers. Having said that this one is fine.

Richard

7/10/2023

Still good. Product does what it is supposed to do. Minor complaint is it is too much effort to install for short trips with my utility trailer to the dump so I put up with the banging. Still recommended.



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These are a must for hitch mounted cargo carriers and bike racks. This model has a thinner ubolt than another brand I bought, but works just fine so far.



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I have this installed on my class A RV. It eliminated annoying noises when towing a vehicle, or when we hauled 2 E-bikes. I wish I had purchased one years ago.



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Absolutely does what it says. Just bought a 2023 F-150 and my rattling hitch was driving me crazy! This even stopped the ramming when pulling my Z-8 Nitro LOVE IT and the super nice people at Etrailers



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I put the trailer hitch "tightener" on my distribution hitch that had a lot of movement, the slight 1/16 in movement left/ right /up/ down made a lot of noise and contributed to my trailer swaying. Once I installed it, in under ten minutes, I could not budge the hitch at all making for a nice tight fit, no noise, no added sway. I highly recommend this for anyone hauling heavy trailers for any distance.

Preston H.

6/3/2020

It still works great, I never take the hitch off my truck so I do have to check the nuts before towing, but still no shifting of the trailer at all



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Easy to install, no more rattle. Thank you ETrailer for a quick solution to an annoying problem.



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After 1 year still works like it should. Thanks E trailer. Always good products.



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This item did exactly what it stated it would and then some. I have a 3k hitch on the back of my 5th wheel and carry 2 eBikes. Not only did it stop the shaking that continually occurs during transport, and it also raised the entire bike rack at its furthest point about 2". More clearance!

Thank you etrailer!



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This anti rattle didn’t stop the movement completely but it was a tremendous help. Drove to Vermont and back without the noise of my rattling bike rack.



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Works as described, a simple device to stabilize receiver hitch.



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The anti rattle device pictured has a 1/2" U-bolt and the plate is 5/16" thick which makes it a very stout (meaning "not flimsy") tool for making the ball mount and receiver hitch into a one piece unit eliminating that clunking and rattling normally heard when starting, stopping and going over bumps. It's another example of how something so simple can be so useful. Since installing it, I've used the trailer on several
runs and no longer have that rattling sound telescoping through the tow vehicle. I do consider it's purchase "money well spent for a quality product".



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I can’t believe how much quieter it is pulling my boat now! Very easy installation, less than 5 minutes! You guys need to advertise these more, put them on your front page. I never knew they existed, until my fishing buddy ordered one 2 weeks ago.

David

7/28/2021

Still the best thing since sliced bread.



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It doesn’t exert any horizontal force on the lip of the hitch so less likely to cause long term damage to the hitch.



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I liked the one better that was out of stock at the time. More visible



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Used this with an Anti-Rattle Trailer hitch Receiver Lock on our class b camper van's hitch extender to clear the rear mounted spare tire for our bike rack. Works well to keep things from wobbling.



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This keeps your hitch from rattling around and keeps it tight. A must have!



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Installed both items 2 weeks ago before 8 day camping trip to North Carolina. Product performed well



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I am very satisfied with this setup supplied by etrailer.com. FYI, don't skimp on getting this little (heavy duty) part as it keeps the racket down in the back. It can actually be considered a necessity in my opinion as without it there's a whole lot of clankin' and bangin' goin on without it. Just sayin.

Thanks folks (at etrailer.com)



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just what I needed to tighten-up the tow bar



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Awesome product. Thx



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it's an anti-rattle thing just like every other anti-rattle thing.



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A must have when using a cargo carrier.



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The anti rattle hitch attachment worked ! Very happy !



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Works well.


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