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Ford Softride Bike Racks

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Softride Access Dura 4-Bike Rack Reviews


Awesome Rack

Reviewed By Oscar M (OCEANSIDE, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —11/1/2013 4:36 PM

Looks good. Very good quality parts and components. I've had another name brand,comparably priced rack that couldn't compare to this rack. Instructions were a little lacking but if your semi mechanically inclined you should be ok.

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Softride Dura Hydraulic Assist Hitch Bike Rack Reviews


Excellent family bike rack for rear hatch

Reviewed By Tim M (Windsor, CO) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Explorer —6/25/2012 10:21 AM

Hello, We have used this now on our 2012 Ford Explorer for a few short and long trips. The rack is sturdy and can easily hold 4 bikes. The hydraulic assist which allows the rack to move away from the rear hatch is convenient for both loading the bikes and for providing access to the rear. The locking mechanisms for both the bikes and the rack itself are great ideas in case you leave your car out overnight or just go into a restaurant for a meal. Loading the bikes does take time, but that gets better after practice. We have a couple of smaller kids bikes which don't exactly fit the bar settings but you can use the tie downs creatively to attach them to the rack. There are plenty of tie downs which come with the rack to give you options on how you load your bikes. Overall, exactly what we wanted.

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Softride Access Element Bike Rack Reviews


I like it

Reviewed By vincent r (Petoskey, MI) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Taurus —7/22/2009 9:16 PM

So far, I really like this rack. I have it on a Ford Taurus wagon. One thing that seems different from the picture, is that the pin is actually just a bolt that requires a wrench to screw it on. The picture seems to show something else. If you don't want to deal with keeping a wrench in your glove compartment, then you may be able to use a regular pin (although I guess you'd lose the quiet-ride technology, or whatever they call that bolt--it's just a bolt). The pin on my hitch is too fat for the threaded hole, but I imagine you could fine one slightly thinner. The lowering mechanism works great, and gives a lot of clearance. The rack is stable and feels very well built. Looking around at other racks since I bought this, I'm glad I chose this one. I'm really surprised that other racks require you to remove the bikes to swing the rack out of the way. It's a simple engineering design. Great rack.

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