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Jeep Grand Cherokee Softride Bike Racks

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Softride Dura Hydraulic Assist Hitch Bike Rack Reviews


Great looking rack, hydraulic not the most incredible..

Reviewed By Dominique B (Santa Barbara, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee —1/3/2012 11:11 AM

We received this hitch rack in great shipping time from AutoAnything. It looks great and I really like the gray/silver color next to our Jeep Grand Cherokee. Putting it together wasn't difficult but does take some time. The straps that hold the bike to the rack are EXTREMELY tight, which is great for keeping bikes in place I suppose but a bit of a challenge when putting on/taking off. Also, I was expecting that by paying for the hydraulic assist that it would be super easy to push bikes up. I'm a pretty strong female, lift weights a ton and have used other hitch racks like this and I don't think that the assist helps at all. Kind of disappointed we paid extra for that feature...

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Softride Access Dura 4-Bike Rack Reviews


sturdy rack

Reviewed By Denise R (CARSON CITY, NV) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Xterra —6/27/2016 10:16 AM

I've used this rack a couple of times now. Easy to install. Seems pretty sturdy. Easy tilt and return. Bikes do bounce a bit when going over large dips or bumps, but for the most part the bikes don't move. Seems well manufactured. Reason for four stars not five is the fact that the rubber securing straps are so hard to manipulate. Racheting type strap would be better. Also, there is no way you can get four bikes on there. I only ever intended to carry 3 bikes anyway.

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Softride Shuttle Pad Truck Tailgate Pad Reviews


It's a tailgate pad

Reviewed By Timothy M (Manchester, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Frontier —4/16/2016 8:06 PM

Its okay if you want to spend $90 for a decent tailgate pad. We hauled five bikes with it and it worked just as good as a blanket or cardboard, but it looks a lot better.

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