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I've just purchased a hitch for my car and the Allen S535 bike rack. It comes with an anti-wobble bolt that is screwed onto the hitch but it is very time consuming when I need to remove the rack off the car.

Is there any solution besides using the anti-wobble nut/bolt?

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    Ride your bike and leave the car at home ? – Criggie Oct 6 '16 at 19:28
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For my Allen rack, I decided against using that bolt. My hitch has 2 holes in it for securing, and the smaller one is the same size as the bike rack. I ended up just getting a locking hitch pin from a local store and it works fine. I believe that the pin I got had a sleeve that fit over it for the larger, more commonly used hole.

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