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    Saris Hitch Tite kit

    Does anyone have any experience with this at all? Tried a forum search, and nothing came up. It is listed on Amazon, but there are no reviews. This seems to be exactly what I am looking for.

    Trying to eliminate so much side to side play in my rack, and to get the rack to sit level. It will go on a Saris Cycle On 1 1/4" mounted to a 2005 Audi A4 with a U-Haul installed hitch.

    Picture from Saris website.

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    Hello, I recently purchased the Saris 3 bike Thelma. The rack is very loose in the 2in receiver and bounces on minimal road bumps. I purchased the above product on ebay. Ill will post when I get it in and install it. I also have the Uhaul hitch.

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    I've been using one on my cycle pro for about a year till just the other day it seems stripped .

    Kind of odd . I'm gknna order another one . The first one worked great

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    Dan,
    See if your welder friend can fabricate you something like that.. Probably fabricate a more thicker plate.
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    It's all good right now. Rack is sitting very nicely and tight now that I got it on there properly. Thanks again!!

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    Definitely not worth the cost and effort of a welder. I just picked up the new style with the plastic insert and it works perfect for $13 shipped.
    It's such a better design for the autorack I would definitely recommend way better than the old style.

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