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Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Immobilizer Review

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Review of the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch Immobilizer


Today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster Quiet Hitch. This is a hitch immobilizer. It's been designed for use with 1-1/4" hitches. The part number on it is RM-061-125. One thing you're really going to notice about this immobilizer is its heavy-duty construction, fully coated to resist any kind of corrosion. Just take a look at that. The ball mount literally is not going to move with this in place.

Just as the name implies, this isn't called an anti-rattle device. This isn't simply just to prevent a little bit of noise back here. They call this an immobilizer and it does just that. It's simply going to immobilize our ball mount from making any kind of move. This can be used with a variety of accessories, whether it's a ball mount, a bike rack, even a tailgating table.

Anything we want to put in here and hold sturdy, like a cargo carrier, something like that, very easy and simple to do. Now that we've gone over the features of it, let's take a look at how to get this installed. The Quite Hitch is going to consist of just six easy to put together components. We're going to have our top block, our U bolt, two flange nuts which are going to be the first to make contact with our block, and then another nut that's going to be our jamb nut which will sit right on top of that. The first step is going to be to bring the U bolt portion around the underside of our hitch. It is important to note this is only going to work on an 1-1/4" hitch that has this collar around here. If it's one of the straight styles this is not going to work for it. We'll place that around the back side of that collar.

The top block goes down into place. Now let's take our two flange nuts, let's just thread those down so they make contact. I like to center that up on our hitch. Then we'll simply use a torque wrench. We're going to torque these nuts down to the appropriate specification.

Just refer to the instruction manual. It'll tell you exactly what that is. We'll, of course, do this evenly. We want to have pretty equal pressure going from side-to-side there. Last up, let's put our two jamb nuts down on there. Perfect. Again, set them to the appropriate specification that's in your instruction manual. Just like that we're ready to hook up to our trailer, load up our table with goodies, fill up our cargo carrier and head down the road, whatever the case may be. .


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