Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. 3 bike rack fits vehicles with either a trailer hitch or a 1.25 inch trailer hitch. Allen's patented tie down system secures bicycles with 16 inch long carry arms. When the rack is not in use, the folding carry arms fall out of the way. In less than 5 minutes, the rack is set up. Lifetime warranty on steel construction with black powder coat finish. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers.
👤The warranty is not worth anything. I was told by a representative that my F-350 suspension system is too firm and they wouldn't cover it under warranty. There is no place in the description or PDF where they say anything about one-ton trucks voiding the warranty. They claim that it is not covered under the warranty, and that I used it on my camper. If you want to use this on a truck or camper, you need to know that it's not covered in writing.
👤I love it but only after the 3 problems are solved. I can now drive with 2 bicycles mounted without wobbling, with the bicycle's front wheel in place, and I can remove the post and its arms in 10 seconds when not needed. There is a I have used solutions for three issues. The post and carry arms obstruct the license plate when I don't carry bikes. It is illegal in my state to drive with a rack and no bikes around. It is a crime to obstruct the license plate. They also obstruct the backup camera. I replaced the single bolt that connects the elbow to the post with a new hitch, pin and handle. The cost is about $8.40 It takes me 15 seconds to remove the bike, remove the pin from the replaced bolt, and remove the post from the car. There is a Also: If you drive with an obstruction, the police have a reason to stop and lecture you. Why do you carry the bikes? I don't know. I drive most of the time without the bikes. 2. I have a hitch. I used the elbow. There is still some wobbling after the correct bolt is provided. I used the Hitch Tightener recommended by others. I used the provided bolts face up, otherwise they stick down too much in my car.
👤I wanted a bike rack for my scion xb so I bought a 3-bike rack and a 1.25 inch hitch. There is an issue with the 1.25 inch hitch after installing the rack. It seems very secure. I did some research and found a cheap solution - buy a U bar. The whole package was completed by this.
👤I left the first Allen 3 bike tow hitch carrier at an RV park by accident, but this is the second one I have. I had the cheaper version for a long time and it worked well. I thought I would upgrade to the nicer version of my old one because of the rubber stretch straps instead of the nylon ones that were on my cheaper version. The Allen one is cheaper than most. The folding mechanisms in this one are easier than the ones in the other one and the holding cups are nicer. There is a A lot of people complain about how bad the bike rack is, but that is not the case. It is easy to fix, you can either do it in one of two ways. Most people who use a tow hitch bike carrier have a truck like mine. The bike carrier hole is smaller in your truck than it is in my truck because the pin hole is not as deep. The bad wobble was created by the tow hitch. The anti-wobble pin is the wrong size for most, so don't mess with it. You can get a 5/8" drill bit for drilling through metal at Home Depot. The bike carrier has a hole in it. If you want to make sure someone doesn't steal your bike and rack, you can get a 5/8" locking pin at Home Depot. The wobble will be taken out by this. There are a couple of good Hitch Tighteners on Amazon that are less than $20 if you want to purchase a Hitch Tightener. I use the Hitch Tightener for long trips, but for short trips I use a simple fix. Problem solved.
Made in the USA is built with 100% recycled materials. The patent pending design fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans and SUV's. Patented quick snap set up design allows for quick set up right out of the box. The carry arms are 16 inches long and can hold up to 3 bicycles. Individual dual compound tie down cradles are used to protect bicycles. Extra large car pads help to distribute bicycles load. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. Please consult the ManUFACTURER web page for specific vehicle fit. Please consult the ManUFACTURER web page for specific vehicle fit.
👤My wife would never have figured it out, but there are easier designs for more money. It will be easier the next time because the straps are mostly adjusted. I don't like the idea of metal clips on your car paint. I wouldn't use this on a new car. I covered the clips with gorilla tape to create some padding. The clips should be covered with a strong rubber to keep the paint from chipping.
👤It folds up. I put it back in the box when it wasn't used. I would suggest using scratch protectors with the hooks. There are some items on Amazon that are specifically made for this. This is smart for any brand of trunk rack and not a fault of this particular one. It's sturdy and well-built. It isn't damaged my car. It would be nice to have a clip for the extraneous strap that is left over when tightened, but it's easy to set up and put away. I wrap it around as I please. There is a I don't have any complaints about this model, and would recommend it to anyone who wants to take their bike places. I wish I'd gotten one sooner. It's nice to take my bike to the beach and ride, where it wouldn't be doable without this, because I live close to the beach. It makes a difference in my cycling experience.
👤I was a little annoyed that I got it a little over a week ago and the price has gone down. It seems like a good bike rack. It's very easy to install on my Santa Fe. I only have one bike on it. I don't know how it will work once we get three on there. The extra straps are needed to secure your bike. I was a little worried about scratching my car, but that doesn't seem to be an issue. I'm going to put tape on the metal clips to be safe. I like how easy it is to take my car off by myself. If you live in an area that doesn't feel safe, I would take it off and put it in your trunk. Someone could take it off and throw it in a car. If you live in an area that doesn't feel safe, I would take it off and put it in your trunk. Someone could take it off and throw it in their car.
👤It has been updated. It held up well for my trip to the park. I put a small food bag on each side belt to keep them from getting loose, but they still got loose. I adjusted the side belts at each stop. I found it difficult to put 3 bikes on the rack, as shown in the video clip. If you have the same size of bikes, you need to loose the bike handles to leave room for each other. I had to remove the pedals from the middle bike to fit it on the rack. I lean it the hard way because of the paint damage on the crank and fork. If you don't put padding between the bikes, they will rub on each other and cut into the metals. The product is usable, but it has room to improve in the area of ease of use. There is a I bought the S103. It would have been a solid product if the belt fastening was not flawed. I've used it a few times with one bike. It worked well and was very steady. I went for a drive on the highway with two bikes on it in order to get ready for my long trip to Yosemite with 3 bikes. The bikes started swinging after 10 miles. The side belts got loose when I pulled off the highway. The problem is with the belt. The shaking from the highway drive causes the bolts to get loose, they don't lock the belt in place. I will go to HD tomorrow to see if they have any belt lock clips that I can use to lock the belt in place. It's not acceptable to have to tighten the belt every 10 miles.
The trunk bike rack is strong and secure. The fit is secure with the 6-strap tightening system. The anti-sway cradles and spacing between bikes prevent contact. A wide variety of bikes and frames can be accommodated in the compact cradle design. Installation is quick and easy. Attach the cable lock to the bike rack. The bike rack folds down when not in use.
👤It's not easy to install. I didn't like how it fit after putting it on for the first time. I went to Thule's site to find out it's not a good idea for a RAV 4. I have to return it.
👤I have a 2020 highlander. I purchased it without a hitch, and I don't know why I didn't think of making sure it had a hitch. It was a bad choice on my end. I bought and returned 6 trunk bike racks that were not right for me. The weight of my bike made it hard for them to secure it, or I was terrified it was going to fall off, because I was 888-349-8884 I only tried this one because of the picture of the SUV on the front. I had nothing to lose and I was happy to try it. It fits securely, but they need to provid extra straps to secure it. The 2 bike rack that I have is not enough to hold all the straps. The company said the straps are out of stock. I found them on Amazon and I thought they would offer more. There are two slots that the strap goes through around your bike. Maybe they think that since there are 2 slots for the straps, I still have 1 extra. Its not that simple. The bottom of your bike will rock back and forth if you only use 2 straps per bike. I've used it 4 times so far and it was secure for several hours. It would be great to have a few extra straps since I combined 2 of the straps together to make it long enough to hold a paddle. You can't have a bike rack with only 5 straps.
👤A complicated piece of shit! The instructions are only designed for an engineer to follow. It is difficult to figure out which strap goes where. The rubber part of the strap makes it very difficult to release it from the bike tie down straps. It took to mount the rack because there is no way to lock it to your car, so anyone can remove it while you are out riding.
👤The rack seems to be used. One of the pins is pushed too far to allow the arm to move. It now works, but sticks, with the use of a screwdriver and hammer. The plastic coating on the strap ends is likely to cause scratches without extra padding. This would be returned if it wasn't for the fact that we can't get a replacement for a month.
Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. It works on most sedans, minivans, and SUVs. headaches are eliminated during set up and installation with single configuration design. The patented individual tie down system protects bicycles. There is a lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. Please consult the manufacturer's web page for a specific fit. Please consult the manufacturer's web page for a specific fit.
👤My fiancée and I paid off our bike shop loan after buying a bike rack. I was a bit scared of buying a bike rack for our sedan since it's new, and in people's reviews, they show pictures of some racks that have made marks on their vehicles. This product is notALLEN SPORTS. The bikes were being held strong. We drove in the freeway and on the streets and the bikes did not damage our vehicle. The drive took 137 miles. It can fit 3 bikes. When you load the bikes onto the rack, make sure they face the same way. There are rails for each bike in the rack.
👤Just returned from a trip to South Carolina and back. It was cheaper and quicker to have a hitch put on my car. It worked. Zero issues. I put it on the back of the van in less than two minutes. It is very easy to remove it. This product is easy to use, durable and did not leave any marks on my car. Both bikes are in good shape. We removed the two front wheels of our bikes and mounted them facing opposite directions in order to balance their weight and keep the handle bars from touching. Excellent.
👤The hitch kit and the bike rack for my 2010 Odyssey will cost at least $200 and 2 hours to install. I took the risk and bought this rack. There is a We used the rack for 2 and 4 beach chairs. It worked out fine. There is a It was assembled in 1 minute. In 2 minutes, it was installed and went 250 miles without any issues. It feels good. I was checking it a few times and it was tight. The product is great and the price is unbeatable.
👤I carried 3 kids bikes for 6 hours each way through the mountains. It's easy to put together. I stopped to check. It started tight and in place. The straps were used to tie the tires in place. It was attached to my trunk. I don't have metal underneath my bumper to hook it to.
👤There is an update. We were not happy with the original rack we received, but Allen customer service has been great. They asked for a few photos. They sent a new rack based on the photos. Allen confirmed that the new rack is a newer model. The star rating has been upgraded because of the great CS. We will do a final update based on the performance of the new rack. This product turned out to be unsafe for us. As you drive down the highway, the thin silver metal supports pop out and the rack is dangling. In a word, flimsy. It might be a viable solution if you only use it once in a while for a short drive to a park. If you need a sturdy rack that can handle long trips and bumps in the road, something more sturdy is required. We had to tape and zip tie this thing to try to hold it together, but it didn't work. We gave up after it malfunctioned. Not safe. Not strong.
The locks on your bikes and rack are secured with the same key system. Premium trunk bike rack has an improved fit on your car and SuperCush ZipStrip cradles make loading and unloading your bikes a breeze. ZipStrips secure bikes to the rack and are fullyremovable; Full SKS locking package secures rack to vehicle and bikes to rack to help prevent theft. Premium high-gloss finish protects your paint from the ravages of the Bomber external frame. The basic installation includes a fully assembled hub, fit notes for trunk-specific help, and an interlocking hub. Their Lifetime Warranty is covered by your back guarantee.
👤It was difficult to find a rack with a manufacturer's recommendation. Our car is listed in one of the few places where I ended up with the Yakima. There is a The rack is very heavy. My wife has a bike. It's best to have two people. There is a The electric trunk opener can't lift it because it is so heavy, so you have to hold it while opening it to fit the clasps and the anti-theft device. We had a hard time figuring out how to properly mount it because the instructions are not car specific. It is our first bike rack so we were cautious. There is a Everything is easy once you install the rack. The bikes are secured by a simple mechanism. We drove straight for 5 hours. It is very easy to use. There is a The steel wire is short and it's difficult to find out how it works the first time. If you only have one bike, what do you do? Is it possible to put it on the outer position? There is a It seems to provide secure transport for your bikes. The trunk is too heavy to be used. You need to switch off the wipers before reversing because the Volvo operates it automatically. The license plate is blocked when bikes are mounted. I'm not sure what to do in this situation.
👤I used this rack on my Mazda for a 10 hour drive into the North Carolina mountains, with 3 mountain bikes on it. I don't think the rack was to blame for the dents at the bottom of my car. My car got damaged after a nice man tightened the straps at a gas stop. To secure the bottom straps, don't use the metal rings at the side of the trunk, just let the anchor hooks rest on the cargo floor. The bottom of the foam should not be resting on any surface, even if he says a good fit looks like this in the video. Place my car in the license plate well. To get the bottom foam into the correct position, tighten the top and bottom straps. It was hard to get the bars up and the hub selection. The unlocked position requires a little more pressure to continue when the center dial stops. When mounting the bikes, don't pay attention to the orientation of the chain on the first bike, go by the orientation of the stabilization mount to the bike. The stabilization strap was threaded through the bikes. The security strap was too thick and I had to thread it through the gap of my trunk. I'll try again when I'm not rushing. I had no water leaking into the cargo area because the gap between the bikes and the cargo area is notexistent. I was very comfortable with the rack on the way home. I didn't have to tighten the straps after they got wet. I think one person can do it. I held the rack up with my body while I threaded the top straps and then I could do the bottom straps. The materials are good. If the zip clips break, I think it's because they weren't pulled out straight. I had a bike with an unusual bar, but it fit fine. There was no damage to my cargo area. I was traveling with two 15 year olds so this was high anxiety for me. I hope the review helps someone else. I can't imagine a better rack, this is a good purchase.
Kids' bikes are for everyone. The frames are step-by-step. There are trikes. Recumbents are small. The list continues. If you have it, the Freedom can move it up to 60 lbs per bike. Rackets are easy to use to keep a bike secure. Universal Hitch is compatible with 1 14" and 2" hitches. There is a base at WHEELBASE. The rack is right out of the box. If your bike has a longer wheel base, you will need a bar. The rubber holders can fit any frame.
👤The product is advertised for bikes. I used it 8 times and it fell apart, leaving my ebike in the street. One of the cups the wheel rides in failed and the center post holder failed, leaving one wheel held to the rack and the rest of the bike dragging in the street. The parts are snapped and made out of plastic. My bike is within the weight range they quote and everything was attached as the directions recommend. I wasn't traveling fast or the road was rough. I wasted my money on this and it's outside of the return window. Learn from my experience.
👤It took a lot of research to find a good carrier solution for our beach cruisers. The majority of the racks are either over the wheel or the top bar. This is an excellent choice if you own a beach cruiser or women's bike. I've only used it four times, but I can get the rack bolted onto the trailer hitch and both bikes tied up within 5 minutes. The unit is built to last. I have traveled on highways and bumpy city roads without any concern about the bikes coming loose. When the unit is tilted back, the rear hatch is not a problem.
👤I bought the Saris 4 bike freedom rack back in February of 2020. My kids are old enough to trail ride with me and I needed an upgrade from my old 2 bike rack system that could easily and securely fit four MTBs without frame contact. I have been frustrated with the rack since February, and I couldn't have been more wrong to buy it. I should have paid the extra couple of hundred bucks for a tray hitch rack like 1up from the beginning. There is a I have two bikes, one with plus-size wheels, and a couple of kids, and I spent too much time configuring and reconfiguring the position of the wheel. They would loosen and shift and I would have to do it over and over again. The seats, handlebars, and pedals of the bikes will rub and cause damage to the other bikes if there isn't enough room between them. I would have to tie socks between the points of contact. The plastic components loosen easily after a few journeys. The Allen head bolt that held the cradle on fell out and the cradle fell off. It was in my driveway and not on the highway. The wheel tray straps are difficult to close. You have to get the position right each time. It is extremely frustrating. The rubber slips on the down tube cradle's anti-sway straps will not stay in position and will slip down the straps. They are an interesting idea, but they are an awful execution. The tilt bar wouldn't stay locked in the vertical position and the bikes attached to it would rock a little from side to side because the tip of the tilt pull handle broke. I had to make my own fix with a bolt head and a spot weld because I couldn't find a replacement part. I spent 25 minutes loading my four bikes each time I went for a ride and was constantly adjusting and re-adjusting the parts on the rack to fit the bikes. If you bike more than once in a blue moon, you'll get frustrated. This is not a bike rack made by Saris at a higher price point. I would say that it's garbage. I think they are exploiting the craze in biking. This product is worth half of that. It is for a person who bikes one or two times a month and has the patience of Job or is slightly masochistic. If you bike frequently, I would not recommend buying this product, you'll want to take a hammer to it. It's a good thing.
Universal Fit is the type of fit. There is a patent pending. ROLL DOWN AND BROWSE THE A+ PAGES FOR MORE INFORMATION. Quick hitch pins assist in accommodating different size bike frames for safe and reliable transport. The bike hitch rack is made of all steel and has a protective powder paint finish. The dual-arm bike carrier rack is more stable and easily accommodates up to 4 bikes. Convenient access to the rear of the vehicle with tilt-down feature. The easy fold-down Arms are great for transporting and storing bikes that are not in use. IKURAM Lifetime Warranty is backed by it. IKURAM bike carrier racks are backed by professional consulting services. For more information, please visit the IKURAM web site.
👤We needed a bike rack to get into mountain biking. The features that I have not seen before make this rack convenient to use. There is a Most of the metal was very thick and heavy duty. Sturdy and strong. The free hitch stabilizer means very little wiggle. When not in use, folds compactly. The tailgate can be adjusted to open without bikes. There is a There are rubber latches for attaching bikes. A very good deal. There is a The rubber is a bit stiff at first, but becomes easier to work with after a few uses.
👤Assembly was easy. The product is well made. We took four bikes on a trip and drove over 600 miles. The bikes weigh 95 lbs. This is rated at 140. There is a ThePivot function to utilize tailgate is nice and works as designed, the straps are easy to use, and it came with an extra replacement strap. The arms seemed to be too short. The brackets for the last bike were very close to the end of the tubes, meaning bikes were crowded on each other. If you care about the finish of your bikes, you should probably use tape or something similar to protect them from rubbing. The loop for the pivot pin retaining wire came loose after a few uses. See the photo. This was being used in a normal way. This shows a rush in the manufacturing process. It's easy to crimp this. I am confident I can fix it with a pair of pliers in about 10 seconds, but it was a small annoyance after so little use. It doesn't make the product non-functional as a bike rack. Attaching the bike rack to the hitch receiver requires a nut and bolt. There was not enough room for the bolt head to be tightened. I don't think most people will install a bike rack to their hitch, so a hitch pin is more appropriate and should be supplied. I bought a locking hitch pin. It's harder for someone to remove the rack. I was always aware of it when we went over speed bumps and rough roads with this type of rack. It was difficult to tell if there was flex in the rack or if it was just moving with the vehicle. I checked the welds when we got home. There is a This is a good product.
👤The entire top section bent downward when I traveled 65 miles. After several weeks, the company sent me a new top section. I took a 23 mile trip and the top broke, the rubber straps broke at 65 miles an hour, and the green wheels were smashed all over the interstate. If you don't have money to spend, don't buy this company. If you have to, throw the bills out the window so the people following you don't kill the family. I will never buy anything from this brand again. I don't want a free replacement, I threw it in the scrap metal pile. Trash is dangerous. The company contacted me and gave me a full refund after reading my review. The strings were attached to the bottom line. They sent me something and I copy and pasted it. There is a Jody, I'm here. Thanks for your reply, please check it in your account, I have full refunds for you. Can you help me revise your review? This is important for our store and I need your help. We will keep improving the product quality. I am so sorry for the situation again. This was next after the revised review. There is a Jody, I'm here. Sorry to bother you. Is it possible to change the review star to 4 or 5 stars? This is very important for our store and I would like to not talk about the refund or revise the review content. There is a I need your help. Thanks in advance. They need to pay for my son's bike. Guess what no more responses from them will be. You are the judge.
Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. 100% assembled. It works on most sedans/Hatchbacks/Minivans and SUV's. This can't be done with vehicles with rearSPOILERs. It's designed to fit 3 bikes with sturdy and handy construction. A padded lower frame keeps bikes out of the car. The safety strap is included. Soft cradles are made to protect your bike frame. The black E-Coating is used for rust resistance. Carry arms that are foldable when not in use. Installation is easy. There is a package with instructions included. Also, note: The Safety Strap must be installed to keep bikes stable. Any damage or accident that results will not be covered by warranty. TYGER No-Hassle Lifetime Warranty for US customers! TYGER No-Hassle Lifetime Warranty for US customers!
👤It's easy to set up and install, but once I mounted my bike on it, it didn't feel safe or sturdy. The straps that hold most of the bike's weight are supported by small metal clips with only tiny springs inside, which is a concern for me. It makes sense that they function as a quick open-close system to release the straps for easy and quick installation. The springs can give out with heavy bikes, so there is no additional tightener or closure to secure the straps. The bike rack would fall off the car if this happened. I think this is a major flaw. I bought plastic "tighteners" to add to the straps. It was very easy to add this above the metal clips, and I felt much better having this in addition to the metal clips. It's common sense that the manufacturer didn't provide something similar. There is a I like the design of the rack and it looks better than the most single bike rack I've seen, but I still think that the manufacturer should make the straps more secure and improve the design. I'm hesitant to carry my bike on this bike rack because it's heavy. The freeway is off limits. The safety of the strap clips is questionable, as if one is going to carry a bike with hands for hours, while the heavy duty rubber on the handles is questionable. The rubber protectors on the strap hooks that were supposed to protect the car paint were one of the reasons I decided to buy this rack. These are useless with my car. I had to hook them up to the bottom of the car because I couldn't slide the hooks into the thin opening on top of the car. I had to put some tape on the hooks to protect them. This modification is only for short term and short rides. The rubber protectors were useless because there was no paint to protect the car. The rubber coating is on the outside of the hooks and not inside where the paint rubbing and damage is most likely to occur. The hooks have rubber "dots" inside which are supposed to protect them. I don't think this will do any damage. There is a I don't use the rack daily so I can live with some of the issues, however if I were to use it daily I wouldn't like it. I don't think customers should buy a product and then have to look for ways to make it better or safer. It should meet the expectations right out of the box.
👤I decided to buy this bike rack after going back and forth on whether or not to buy a Thule rack that cost 3 times as much. I use it to haul two expensive bikes on freeways and winding mountain roads. The rack is very sturdy. It was easy to mount on the car, didn't slip or loosen even when the back of the car was open, and didn't scratch or damage my car at all. I was able to mount my women's bike without a cross-bar adapter because it held the bikes tight. The bike rack is better quality than the price suggests, and it's not just good quality for the price. It's a good rack.
The 4 bike rack is only for vehicles with a 2 inch trailer hitch. This product requires a Class III or IV 2 inches hitch. Allen's patented tie down system secures bicycles with 22 inch long carry arms. When the rack is not in use, the carry arms quickly fall out of the way. It is necessary for minor assembly. The rack is set up and installed in less than 5 minutes. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers.
👤I took some time to use this product before I wrote my review because I wanted to be able to help people decide if this was right or wrong for them. Here is how I use the bike rack. We only travel about 10 miles to where we ride when we have it attached to the hitch of my truck. There is a The pros are as follows. The rack I bought was cheap. I paid $68.00 for it and it has doubled in price. It will come down again, so my suggestion is not to pay more than $68.00 for it. I've seen this happen recently. There is a I can't say how it will hold up in the weather because I only put it on the truck when I need it. This is made from heavy steel and it is not light weight so that should be a plus for its longevity. The cradles that hold the frame of the bike in place are padded so that they fit girls and odd shaped frames without having to buy the extra support bar. It uses a bolt and nut to remove the rattle instead of a locking pin. The mounting system is both pro and con. The pro is that it stops the bike rack from rattling inside of the hitch. There is a If you keep the bike mounted to the vehicle, the frame support arms fold down to make it easier to store away when it's no longer needed. The bikes have been secured with the straps and buckles. I don't know how they would hold up in the sun and weather. The bike support arms fold down, as well as the lower joint. If you need to open the SUV rear door, this is the place to go. There is a Cons. I don't think this particular rack is terrible, but I think you can only design any hitch mount bike rack to do so much. I don't think this design will improve some of the cons I have listed. 1st. The bikes are close together. You have to manipulate pedals and handle bars as you stack the bikes together after the first one. You will need extra bungee cords to secure the spinning wheels and handlebars. Not because the bikes will come loose, but to prevent everything from hitting together and scratching all of your bikes up. The bottoms of the bikes swing back and forth if not bungee strapped. You will get scratches even if you mount things carefully because pedals and handle bars stick out. There is no way to avoid that. The pivot feature is useless when bikes are mounted. If you need to open a car on an SUV, the rack is too heavy to be lowered. Maybe its not supposed to be lowered with bikes mounted. I'm not sure if it would be heavy enough to clear an SUV door with bikes mounted to it. I have it on my truck. There is a The tension bolt isn't as quick to remove as a hitch lock. It is an aircraft style locking nut and you need 2 tools to loosen it. If someone wanted to take the time they could unbolt your rack and steal it. I tried mounting it with a hitch lock, but it allowed too much play in the bike rack to happen. The tension bolt will have to be replaced. The bike support arms can be mounted to the upright. I don't think it would be an issue with breaking if they had designed this area to be a bit more solid. There is a Those are the main points I've noticed. I could see some improvements, but I'm not sure how you could make this type of rack better. If it's right for you, read the review.
The carrying bracket is for easy storage. The patented Anti-Wobble System keeps bikes safe. The hitch pin and locking knob add security. The rear reflector makes it easier to see. CONVENIENT: The tilt design makes it easy to access the rear hatch when not in use. It can be easily detached into a bike rack. It'sTILE: 4 bikes up to 60 lbs each with durable powder coated steel tubing. Heavy duty 5” wide trays can be adjusted to fit most bikes. A KAC Bike Frame Adapter may be required for low Y-frame bikes. Only 2” hitches are allowed. Most parts are easy to use. The hitch pin lock, instruction manual, and all installation hardware are included. There is a limited lifetime warranty. The quality and design of the Bike Rack products are what they stand for. There are a lot of mishaps covered by their Lifetime Warranty. It is against the law to use an RV or 5th wheel. There is a limited lifetime warranty. The quality and design of the Bike Rack products are what they stand for. There are a lot of mishaps covered by their Lifetime Warranty. It is against the law to use an RV or 5th wheel.
👤The bike rack was assembled in about 2 hours. You will probably do it quicker. The package includes cheap wrench tools, but you will definitely want more. A standard crescent wrench and screw driver is required. There is a There is a basic configuration for 2 bikes or 4 bikes. The extended 4 bike version was ordered by us. Each bike has two loops, one for the front tire and one for the back. You slide on the inside and outside of the slide bar. There are two sliding padded loops that go up and down over the horizontal bike tubes after a post goes up between the two bikes. Take a look at my pictures. If you only have 3 bikes, then you only need to install 6 tire loops, which is why ours looks like it's custom made. It's the 4 bike version. We can remove the two bike extension and go to a two bike carrier. The contraption is on the back of our car and can be seen from the car. People are asking if you can open a trunk with bikes in it. I'm sure you could. The rack is heavy even when it's empty. You would need to be a superman to be loaded with bikes. You can't get into the back of the car when it's loaded with 3 or 4 bikes. There is a A key lock for the pin connecting the rack to the car is a nice feature. I can see someone driving past and tossing bikes into the back of a pickup, but I don't know if this lock will stop them. It won't hold a pry bar. There is a The bikes are locked onto the stand with a key lock. It's not going to be able to stop people from walking away with your bike. The padded loop was able to slide down enough to work with a woman's bike. The eBike tires work well with the rack. Even though the bikes weigh 45 lbs, 4 of them still feel supported on the rack. There aren't many negatives other than the fact that you have to remove the metal from the back of your car. It's going to be very difficult to remove this rack from the car, that's the worst feature. The bolt is screwed into the receiver. It's going to be difficult to remove that bolt because it's a no-slip type. They want to stop rattles and secure the stand to the car. It's going to be hard to put it on and take it off. I can already see the wear on the nut from being tightened up once. I've put it on and off 20 times. I have a feature on my car that is specific to me. The hatch will open if I loiter around the back of the car. The hatch would bang into my bikes when I loaded them. I can change that feature. I have to remember to do that. If you're after a heavy duty rack that's able to hold heavier bikes, this is the one for you.
The best fit is for most of the top vehicles sold. The largest vehicle compatibility of any trunk rack on the market is 2 bikes, 35 lbs each. The treatment is called a VIP treatment. Premium bike hold downs are easy to use. Integrated strap management eliminates flapping straps. It was built with 100% recycled materials. Injection-molded arms and legs keep the rack strong for a long time. The best-in-class straps quickly attach the bike to the rack, the strongest frame on the market, and the Arc–based design separates bikes on different levels. Made in the USA is built with 100% recycled materials.
👤I have a new BMW X3 and had trouble finding a two bike rack that would fit in my car; finally found this one. There is a The folding is easy to install and holds the bikes well with minimum movement of the bikes in transit. There is a The wide, upper hooks that are placed on top of the tailgate leave dents in the car, but you can see them. If you're alone, there's a "technique" to install these six different straps and hooks. I got it done, but it was a challenge. There is a The internal surfaces of the hooks should be pad. To customers, I would suggest placing a thin piece of plastic or other material under the hooks that attach to the top of the tail gate in order to prevent damage to the car.
👤When it comes to assembling mechanical objects, I am a grade-A dolt. I was looking at the instructions printed at a plant in China. I am looking at the diagram and wondering why the assembly objects don't look the same. I damaged my new purchase because I assembled it wrong. I posted on Facebook about why nothing comes with decent instructions. I have never before transported bikes by rack, so I am not really an experienced bicyclist. I got this because I wanted to go somewhere I wouldn't have to cross traffic every few pedals and I was tired of biking with my daughter on the same old streets. There is a If there was a way to mess up the installation of this bike rack, I would have found it. I would have written a review about it. Even I was able to do it because it was so easy to do. I am a top-of-the-line fool, so I mean foolproof. There is a The rack consists of three legs that mount against the bumper and trunk of the car, which are easy to adjust and lock in place. The clips are attached to the trunk's top, side and bottom. There are three points for attaching each bicycle. I was able to put the rack in place. The rack was bouncing around too much on the test run because I didn't pull the side straps tight enough. I was able to fix that and our transporting went quite smoothly with the rack in place. The design elements of this rack. The straps for fastening the bicycles are very well designed and easy to manipulate and keep the bikes secure. I had a little trouble with the girl's bike on the first run, but I still managed to do things imperfectly. I figured that out by the second run. There is a The set of clips for attaching to the sides of the trunk is the most difficult part of the rack. It takes some work to make sure the straps are tight. The clips are difficult to get in and out of. After taking the rack off, I realized that the clips were marked "top," "side" and "BOTTOM." I reversed the side and top clips. It was hard to get those side clips out because they were the top clips. I will get that right next time. It's easy to transport and store. It is very easy to store in one's trunk. Quite happy with this!
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