I had an idea while deciding what to do about the thin plastic under the hexagonal nut socket. Instead of using a nut, I threaded the hole in the hitch pin to #6-32.
Threading the hitch pin hole is a little more work than I wanted, but it makes for a clean design. I chose black countersunk machine screws with a small hex key drive, so they are very discreet. The model and code are available on Thingiverse, and the online editor allows you to change the parameters.
Front and back of handles
T-Handle HitchPinCover on Thingiverse.
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