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Burley Steel Hitch

Item No. 84084000915
$24.99

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The Steel Hitch provides the critical connection from your Burley Trailer to your bicycle. The hitch installs easily on the rear skewer of your bike and then stays attached so the Burley can be connected at any time. If you'd like to swap the Burley from bike to bike pick up a couple spare hitches and install them on the extra bikes so the hitch doesn't need to be un-installed when swapping bikes. Burley's Steel Hitch is designed to work with disc brake and full suspension bicycles.
Features:
  • Mono-stays require a longer safety strap which can be purchased separately
  • Fits QR axles and solid axles up to 12mm
  • Does not fit Breezer style dropouts
  • Does not include Flex Connector (sold separately)

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Quick and Easy
I bought this a few weeks ago and have used it 3x. It was very quick and easy to install.
October 3, 2018
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Trailer hitch
Everything fit just right!!!Worked perfect!! Looking for more things to buy
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August 3, 2018
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A must have
We had the universal hitch that took a few minutes to secure before this. I would highly recommend this for ease of use. Without it, connect and disconnect takes a few minutes rather than 30 seconds. It seems more secure too. It was a breeze to install.
July 19, 2018
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Steel hitch on Recumbent
The new steel hitch fits my Bachetta Corsa Recumbent better than the old aluminum hitch for the 2010 Bee trailer.
June 5, 2018
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so far so good
Nothing to compare it to as this is my first carrier. But so far no problems.
April 3, 2018
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simple and effective
bought to adapt my disc brake bike to pull the trailer.
works great.
March 7, 2018
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