Reviewed By Daniel M (WALKERSVILLE, MD) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma —5/15/2016 11:24 AM
Only took 10 min to setup and install in the bed of my 2012 Tacoma. Don't use the spacers.
Reviewed By Zane B (GREENE, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota RAV4 —4/11/2015 5:38 AM
I bought this bike rack to take my daughters bikes from upstate NY to NC . Ordered it on Saturday and had it the following Friday . Easy to put together and easy to use . If you have a hitch on your car it is the only way to go . Slide it in , 1 bolt to hold it in place and you are ready to go . It is very strong and sturdy . No shaking or wobbling around going down the road . And it's a great price too. Zane in NY
Reviewed By Don B (OAK RIDGE, TN) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Highlander —5/15/2014 6:32 AM
I picked this one based on a suggestion from autoeverything. So far I think it is a good combination of features for the price. Capacity is 35lbs/bike. Max speed 65 mph. The carrier is very easy to "assemble" and install on a hitch. The bars that hold the bike only lock into one position (as shown in the photo), they are not adjustable and are plastic - keep your receipt for the lifetime warranty. Get a cable lock to secure the carrier to the hitch to prevent theft. Tilt feature is fine.