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Originally Posted by IthaDan View Post
See that bolt running from roughly 10 o'clock to roughly 4 o'clock? Find an old seat post QR with the same thread and use that instead, cut to length. With a QR, you can spin it in quickly and then cinch down tightly without tools.
Thanks but that won't work, as there are two bolts, one of either side:


Besides, a seat post QR would still require screwing/unscrewing every time I need to install/remove the hitch from the seat post.

I guess there are just too few folding bike riders who take a shopping cart with them, and thus, need to install/remove the hitch often.


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