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Chevy Suburban 5 Bike Racks

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Thule Bike Rack

Reviewed By Daniel G (Eagle, ID) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Suburban —6/13/2012 8:53 PM

Great rack. Well built. Very stable and keeps bikes well protected/secured. Locking feature is a great feature. Always been pleased with Thule products and Autoanything.com's service. Definitely recommend.

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Yakima Ridgeback Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


Ridge back on Kia Soul

Reviewed By mike b (BAKERSFIELD, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Kia Soul —6/15/2017 9:35 AM

I purchased the Ridge back for 2 bikes and use it almost daily on my 2013 Kia Soul. It's not bulky but it is solid and handles the bikes with ease. It's easy to attach and remove quickly. The fold down feature is great for accessing the rear hatch area. I would definately recommend this sysytem. I have owned the type of carrier that hooks and straps to the rear of the vehicle and in time it damages the finish of the car. The Ridge back does not make contact except at the hitch area.

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High quality, full feature hitch rack

Reviewed By Kevin H (BASKING RIDGE, NJ) Reviewed for a 2013 Lexus RX 350 —8/26/2016 5:25 AM

I was looking for a hitch bike rack and started looking on Craigslist and then for cheaper new options. When I saw the FullTilt with integrated hitch and bike locks and very easy hatch loading it was a no brainer. Very well made, does not rattle or jostle the bikes and very easy to use. Yakima is a top manufacturer and this rack has it all. One note, it is quite heavy so mounting on the car requires some focus and attention, but it is a breeze once the tongue is in the hitch.

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