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Jeep Wrangler Hitch Mount Bike Racks

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INNO Tire Hold Hitch Bike Rack Reviews


INNO Hitch Rack

Reviewed By Christopher E (OLYMPIA, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Jeep Wrangler —6/1/2015 3:09 PM

I had a hard time trying to decide to go for a Thule, Yakima, or INNO. In the end, I went with the INNO and could not be happier. It's a great setup, very efficient, and I love the fact that nothing touches my frame. It seems very well constructed and is a well thought out design. I've been very pleased with the purchase. I would give it a 5 star but the bike cable lock can sometimes be difficult to snap down, besides that, it's been great.

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Decent Rack

Reviewed By Edward S (North Falmouth, MA) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler —5/21/2015 12:39 PM

I prefer this hitch mount rack to the hanging rack that you commonly see.Installed on my 2010 Jeep Wrangler with stock rear mounted spare tire.Two bikes will fit with some effort but with no room to spare. I I installed an 8 inch hitch extension which allows for a lot more room and much easier to put two bikes on the rack.I have large diameter tires on my bikes which means that the tires don't really fit into the tire loops as securely as I'd like.Should be OK if I bungy cord.

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Professional grade

Reviewed By Bob B (WORCESTER, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler —4/13/2013 5:06 PM

I have this attached to the back of my Jeep Wrangler which has a large spare tire on the back... works great. They are right about the quiet ride. The rack is attached firmly to the hitch(screwed in tightly) otherwise it would be giggling back and forth and noisy on every bump. It would be "easier" with a cotter pin type connector, but this way bette for noise reduction. It only take a minute to screw it in. i just keep the wrench in the car. We don't worry about the bikes this way.

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