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#11 Old 02-25-2013, 10:57 PM
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#12 Old 02-26-2013, 04:56 AM
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Thanks buddy. I was thinking about doing a how to, but it seemed kind of self explanatory by looking at the pictures.

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i made a interior bike mount for mine yesterday using some square tube i bought at home depot. also got a front fork holder and wheel holder off amazon. got the idea from somewhere on this site but cant remember where. should try the search for a interior bike rack.

Awesome Idea. I've got a few of those fork mounts lying around, I am definitely going to do this.

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#14 Old 03-12-2013, 07:51 PM
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Pure awesome, will not work for road bikes though as there is not enough gap between the wheel and fork.

Really easy to load, which is great when the bikes weight 50lb and you've been riding for 7 hours. Folds down easily. I can open the rear hatch without removing or even folding the hitch section of the rack.


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I just have to remove front tire, and wrap it up with one of my boys bike also on the rack and the smallest bike in the X. I like this because I can also haul carcases, coolers or whatever with it. I like to have multiple options with stuff I have to buy and STORE away.

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