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Kuat NV Base 2.0 Hitch Bike Rack $599.20 and Possibly No Tax

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Gear.com has the Kuat NV Base 2.0 Hitch Bike Rack for the normal price of $749 With their Mother's Day Code of MOM20, it is 20% off = $599.20. Shipping is free and I was charged no tax for Arizona. I ordered this a few weeks ago with a different 20% coupon and it arrived quickly via FedEx and it came in good shape. This is an excellent (though not cheap) bike rack. I use it for e-bikes. It has 120 lb capacity. Comes in 1.25" and 2" sizes. Easy assembly and toolless installation.

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For $35 you could have an American made 1Up rack that is expandable and will last twice as long as this Kuat rack. I have friends that replace their Kuats but I still have my original 1Up rack bought in 2009. They are expandable and I have three racks now for my four vehicles (big bike family). I even recommend the Saris racks over the Kuat. For the money, think longevity and expand ability versus "Slick Deals". The best racks that last longest almost never are on sale. The very best 4-6 bike rack brand is Alta and they have a sale once a year around Black Friday. Both brands do offer veterans discounts as they are American made.

https://www.1up-usa.com/product/2...bike-rack/
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For $35 you could have an American made 1Up rack that is expandable and will last twice as long as this Kuat rack. I have friends that replace their Kuats but I still have my original 1Up rack bought in 2009. They are expandable and I have three racks now for my four vehicles (big bike family). I even recommend the Saris racks over the Kuat. For the money, think longevity and expand ability versus "Slick Deals". The best racks that last longest almost never are on sale. The very best 4-6 bike rack brand is Alta and they have a sale once a year around Black Friday. Both brands do offer veterans discounts as they are American made.

https://www.1up-usa.com/product/2...bike-rack/
No doubt you've had a good experience with your 1 Up. I don't know if your friends experience with their Kuat is common, we've had ours for several years and love it, no issues, just like the day we bought it. I've seen some raggedy Kuats on the road from their early production years, these last several years they've put out a great product.
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And houses were 40% cheaper. Mortgage rates half. Gas half/ gallon
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And houses were 40% cheaper. Mortgage rates half. Gas half/ gallon
Oh snap, I didn't know this deal was for a house or gas. My bad.
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Oh snap, I didn't know this deal was for a house or gas. My bad.
Nope but that's just life. Quit comparing prices pre covid. Pre supply shortage. Pre no one wants to work
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Not working. Is there alternative 20% coupon?
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Quote from dpom :
For $35 you could have an American made 1Up rack that is expandable and will last twice as long as this Kuat rack. I have friends that replace their Kuats but I still have my original 1Up rack bought in 2009. They are expandable and I have three racks now for my four vehicles (big bike family). I even recommend the Saris racks over the Kuat. For the money, think longevity and expand ability versus "Slick Deals". The best racks that last longest almost never are on sale. The very best 4-6 bike rack brand is Alta and they have a sale once a year around Black Friday. Both brands do offer veterans discounts as they are American made.

https://www.1up-usa.com/product/2...bike-rack/
I cannot find any information on a discount for veterans. Could you please share some information about this?
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Quote from dpom :
For $35 you could have an American made 1Up rack that is expandable and will last twice as long as this Kuat rack. I have friends that replace their Kuats but I still have my original 1Up rack bought in 2009. They are expandable and I have three racks now for my four vehicles (big bike family). I even recommend the Saris racks over the Kuat. For the money, think longevity and expand ability versus "Slick Deals". The best racks that last longest almost never are on sale. The very best 4-6 bike rack brand is Alta and they have a sale once a year around Black Friday. Both brands do offer veterans discounts as they are American made.

https://www.1up-usa.com/product/2...bike-rack/ [1up-usa.com]
$35? I clicked your link and it states $635
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$35? I clicked your link and it states $635
My point was for $35 more dollars, not quoting the total price. Among the cycling community it is well known that the 1up products outlast the Kuat even though the capital outlay is close. Kuat I understand has made improvements over the years, but my 12 year old 1up racks still look and function the same as they did when I pulled them out of the box. I cycle all over the US, about 5,000 miles per year, and I have three racks on three cars full time.
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My point was for $35 more dollars, not quoting the total price. Among the cycling community it is well known that the 1up products outlast the Kuat even though the capital outlay is close. Kuat I understand has made improvements over the years, but my 12 year old 1up racks still look and function the same as they did when I pulled them out of the box. I cycle all over the US, about 5,000 miles per year, and I have three racks on three cars full time.
The 1Up is great, but it's capacity is 50 lbs/bike. Many ebikes exceed the 50 lb limit.
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The 1Up is great, but it's capacity is 50 lbs/bike. Many ebikes exceed the 50 lb limit.
The Standard 1Up is 50lbs per bike, but it can go much higher. I carry two eBikes and two Enduro bikes on my standard 1Up, no issues. The Super Duty goes up to 75 lbs amd I have one of those as well. Heavy duty version is also available.
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