Old 10-12-15, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Winfried View Post
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.


We tried it: Burley Travoy | Hum of the city
It would be helpful to tell us why you need to remove the part that clamps to the seat post each time you unhitch the trailer. Judging from the photos, the manufacturer intended that you unhitch the trailer using the connection with the vertical pin and the thumb-latch. The bolt holding the thumb-latch can be adjusted so that the latch swings away to the right more easily. That's why there is a cutout on the left side of the latch. You only need to adjust the bolt once, probably with an Allen wrench. Je ne comprens pas la probleme.

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