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Hitch-Mounted Bike Rack, 120 lbs capacity, Wobble Free Smart Tilting Folding Bicycle Car Rack for Standard W/ 2-inch Receiver
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120 lbs. Max. Weight Capacity
5 in. Max. Tire Width
Wheel Size Range: 17-29in
Wheel Base Range: 40-4/5~63-1/3in
Product Weight: 38.54lbs
Package Weight: 42.94lbs

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Is it okay to put a $2000 bike on this?
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The one's like this that clamp the frame aren't ideal. I'd recommend for a little bit more look into one that clamps the wheel like a rocky mounts 2 bike rack or a Kuat transfer 2
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I have this one and going to get another. I got my first one on clearance for $50 over a year ago but inflation and all that. These are fine as long as you take it off your hitch after each ride. If you leave it on your hitch it will rust and the foam padding will fall apart. I also replaced all the cheap, garbage nuts & bolts with stainless steel ones from my bolt bin. That plus I added a couple eye bolts and cable to lock the bikes. Getting the second one for my wife's car.
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Quote from chubblywubbly :
The one's like this that clamp the frame aren't ideal. I'd recommend for a little bit more look into one that clamps the wheel like a rocky mounts 2 bike rack or a Kuat transfer 2
Those are $400+... This is about as cheap as you get for a platform fat bike rack and works fine.
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Those are $400+... This is about as cheap as you get for a platform fat bike rack and works fine.
360 right now for the rocky mounts westslope but I've seen them as low as 300 recently.
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Quote from chubblywubbly :
360 right now for the rocky mounts westslope but I've seen them as low as 300 recently.
The Westslope has a 40 lb per bike weight limit. Most ebikes weigh too much.
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Is it okay to put a $2000 bike on this?
No...there are no straps on the wheels. If a full suspension bike flexes in the middle of a bump or dip in the road, it could pop off. I know, because it happened to me. Luckily it was a new bike, and I bought with Amex CC, so they covered the repairs.
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Just grab some basic Velcro straps for wheels and this thing would be fine. A family member has this one
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Quote from Yone_Yasuo_Main :
Is it okay to put a $2000 bike on this?
Hell no buy a Thule.
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Hell no buy a Thule.
I agree a Thule is a great rack. I looked at them but they weigh so much and are very expense. Out of my budget anyway. Just found out my neighbor has this same rack with his 45lb e bike full suspension. He loves it and has no complaints after 2 months.
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Quote from Yone_Yasuo_Main :
Is it okay to put a $2000 bike on this?
Yes, as long as your car is worth less than the bike. That's the Golden Rule of outdoor gear.
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Yes, as long as your car is worth less than the bike. That's the Golden Rule of outdoor gear.
I like that. Never heard it though. I just got my rack delivered today, I'm going to put it together and give a full report by Monday. Oh by the way, my car is worth way less than my bike. lol.
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I have this hitch, and it works great for my 73 lb ebike. Great deal when competing racks start at like $500.
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