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Anonymous wrote an answer about on June 26, 2012

It is stable on my 1.25-inch hitch. Also, you don't need to buy the converter for this part because there is a removable sleeve that allows it for use with a 2-in hitch. Remove the sleeve and it will fit 1.25-in hitch. Your 1.25-in hitch should also be class-2 so that the male end will slide all the way into the receiver. Otherwise, you will need to "modify" the male end to fit into a class-1 hitch.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on June 25, 2012

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I wanted to highlight an informative comment by Alisha below.

This will fit Class-1, 1.25-inch hitch with some "slight" modification to the part. I was able to use this rack with a Draw-Tite, PART NUMBER: 24847, for 2012 Prius V using this "slight" modification :)

This rack is deigned to fit on a Class-2, 1.25-inch hitch. You do not need to buy the 1.25-inch adapter for this bike rack. The male end has a removable sleeve that allows it to fit into a 2-inch receiver. Just remove this sleeve and this will fit your 1.25-inch receiver.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on June 25, 2012

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For the KingPin 4, this part isn't necessary. The KingPin 4 male portion has a removable sleeve to allow it to fit a 2-inch female receiver. Just remove this sleeve and it should fit the 1.25-inch female receiver. Please note that the Draw-Tite 1.25-inch for a 2012 Prius V will not work with this adapter without some "manual" changes. There is a notch that prevents full insertion of this part.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on November 19, 2010

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This is my second one since I lost my first on a trip. I've mainly used this only for around town and snowshoeing.

I have yet to use it for boarding but I'm sure it will hold up on a warmer day on the mountain.

It's got good wind protection and kept me warm on windy days trotting around on my scooter. I like the fact that the zipper comes up much higher than most hooded sweatshirts, making for a better fit for me.

The texture has a good feel and better styling that than your typical cotton hoodie. For obvious reasons, it stays drier in milder inclement weather than cotton.

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