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Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Hitch Mount Bike Racks

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Thule T2 Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


I love this rack!

Reviewed By Rod D (Irvine, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class —3/16/2012 2:11 PM

I knew I wanted a platform rack but teetered on the Thule T2 vs. the Yakima HoldUp. The key selling point on the T2 was the adjustability between the bikes. I live in LA so I received the rack the next day. T2 installation was extremely easy and the rack was installed, bike was mounted, and I was on my way in less than 30 minutes. I love everything about this rack; although my wife will never admit it, she also loves it. Outstanding overall experience with Auto Anything. It's my second rack purchased through them (bought the Inno multi-angle snowboard rack earlier this year) and I will most certainly be back!

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Yakima TwoTimer Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


Perfect in every way

Reviewed By Jane T (KERRVILLE, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Subaru Forester —9/27/2016 11:35 AM

I searched and searched for the exact product I wanted. These racks range from low to high. Auto Anything beat Amazon out on this product. AA was less expensive, no tax, delivered a day earlier. I tracked my rack every step of the way. I got a text saying it was delivered when 5 minutes before it wasn't here. Met all my expectations and more. Thank you for the chat with the rep that sold me this rack. I am extremely happy.

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Swagman G10 Platform Bike Rack Reviews


Safe Ride

Reviewed By Stephen P (Stoughton, MA) —9/21/2016 2:46 PM

I really like this bike rack. It's easy to assemble and easy to use. The only thing I might add is the ability to revere the holding arms and a lock mechanism to defer someone from pulling the arms off & taking the bike(s).

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