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Reviewed By Laurel E (Anaheim, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Caravan —4/23/2012 8:20 PM

This is certainly a great product, but over priced. As much as we hated to spend this much we went with it because it was the only model that would accommodate a girls bike. I'm sure in time I'll get over what we paid for it. I can't imagine it not lasting forever it's so sturdy and well made. It carries the bikes like a charm...steady and without movement. The tilt down feature works beautifully with our mini van as well.

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Reviewed By Gregory D (GREENWOOD, IN) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram —1/31/2016 2:15 PM

Bike rack is simple to assemble and Install,but your information about the installation does not say it bolts to the receiver with a metric thread bolt .That only matters if you also get the cable lock that comes with a 1/2-13 american standard bolt. I'm using on the back of a 5th whl RV.

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Reviewed By Robert K (Huntley, IL) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —1/31/2016 6:32 AM

I bought this Shuttle pad for my 2016 Colorado. I was hoping to not have to purchase anther bike rack. It sat in my garage for about a week before I unpacked it. Being January in Illinois, it was quite stiff. I brought it inside and let it flatten out. The instructions are vague. But it is quite simple. However I think it might be better to have the attachment straps reversed so the drop down the backside of the tailgate instead of trying to seed them upwards.

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