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    Looks simple but it really works! Eliminates the play that is inherent with all hitch-mounted accessories because of the loose fit necessary for the accessory to slide into the hitch. The MotoTote Zero-Wobble bolt makes a solid connection between the hitch tube of the vehicle and the MotoTote.

    This is the bolt that comes with all MotoTote motorcycle carriers. The head is exactly the right diameter to recess into the hitch pin hole of the hitch tube of your vehicle and clamp the MotoTote tube to the inside wall of the hitch.

    Works only with MotoTote products because of the special-sized hitch pin hole used on MotoTote products - this is necessary because, for the bolt to work, the hole needs to be smaller than the hitch pin of the vehicle (for those of you who were wondering).

    MotoTote MTHB Instructions

    Instructions for MotoTote Zero-Wobble Hitch Bolt

    This works with all MotoTotes manufactured since 2004 including MTX m3 and MTX Sport motorcycle carriers

    Number of questions: 0
    Overall Customer Rating of 5 Reviews:
    Western Australia

    Resolved an ongoing issue

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    • quality
    • convenience
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    Had the bike rack wobble for a number of months before I contacted moto-tote who dispatched the anti wobble bolt. Tidied up the wobble so I can continue taking my bike through light 4x4 terrain on the back of the truck, ace!

    It works!

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    Solid cure for wobbly carrier, fair price and shipped as promised and on time.

    Thanks


    Niagara falls, NY

    zero-wobble hitch bolt

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    Its a high quality bolt that with shipping came to $18.63. Once I received the bolt I realized it is a standard bolt, it could be purchased from supply shop for less than $1. (I purchased 4 for $2.55) So, I generally think after purchasing a $400-$500 carrier the company shouldn't gouge you on a $1 bolt and nut. Thanks [MotoTote response: The Zero-Wobble bolt is not an off-the-shelf bolt. It has a smaller diameter head than the bolt of similar size that you can buy at a fastener supply store. If you do buy at a supply store you will need to grind the head down to size. We regularly advise customers on how to do this if they are inclined to, have the skills and want to save a few bucks.]

    SF Bay Area

    No wobble, but doesn't last very long

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    I've had my MotoTote sportbike rack for over 4 years and have used it at least 25x in that period to haul my Yamaha R6, and GSXR 1000. I'm on my 3rd hitch bolt because after a while, the bobbing and stress of hauling a 400lb+ motorcycle strips the threads, making it extremely hard to remove and requiring the purchase of a new bolt. At $8 a pop, it hardly breaks the bank, but I think they could devise a better solution so this weak link wouldn't have to be replaced so often.

    Miramar Beach, Florida

    the 'wobble is gone'

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    the 'wobble is gone'