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Jeep Wrangler 4 Bike Racks

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INNO Aero Light Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


Great rack for the price

Reviewed By Patrick C (COLGATE, WI) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler —10/13/2013 8:24 AM

This is fantastic rack for those who want all the features of a high quality hitch rack but don't want to pay the huge mark up. It dips down so I have access to my tailgate and comes with locks included. One lock for the bikes when traveling or parked and another hitch lock. Both stop anyone from stealing your gear. It holds the bikes in place and keeps them from rocking back/forth when driving. The mounts have a tendency to slide along the arm which isn't a big deal to me. Love this rack.

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CURT Single Arm Bike Rack Reviews


Great value for a solid product

Reviewed By John P (WILMINGTON, DE) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler —6/4/2013 12:01 PM

I have had this rack for about 2 weeks now.. It is a solid bike rack, and has plenty of available options for my vehicles. There are 3 hole in the Hitch attachment for securing the rack close to the vehicle or away further to allow for a spare tire in my case. If there is any complaint.. I wish there was a way to tighten up the sideways tipping a bit. The post seems a little lose in the corner mount, so that the bikes wobble in corners.

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Softride Access Element Bike Rack Reviews


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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