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Toyota 4Runner Bike Racks

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Surco Eliminator Anti-Sway Bracket Reviews


Solid as a Rock!

Reviewed By Marty R (Brooklyn, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota 4Runner —9/23/2005 8:31 PM

I bought the Swagman XC2 Bike Rail, which fits two bikes (great rack). I was told by the company that I bought it from that it didn't need an anti-sway bracket. After attaching the bike rack to the car, I took a test drive with my two bikes with my Toyota 4Runner. The bikes swayed back and forth at 5 mph and I thought they were going to bounce right off the car. I bought the Surco Eliminator and the bike rack is Solid as a Rock! It installes in minutes and can be removed just as easy. You can't buy a bikr rack with this thing!

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RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter Reviews


Sturdy mount

Reviewed By Ivan T (Pflugerville, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra —3/29/2012 8:13 PM

Really sturdy mount. Easy to use and locking mechanism works great.

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RockyMounts TieRod Roof Bike Rack Reviews


Awesome

Reviewed By Marcelo F (Napa, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Audi Allroad —3/23/2017 7:40 AM

I have the Thule Aeroblades in my Allroad, I love the way they look and the aerodynamic shape (less noise than all racks I've had), but they're mucho bucko! All bike racks out there were on the ballpark of $200+ and with extra unnecessary arms and bulk. The simplicity, sturdiness, sleek looks and versatility of the RockyMount are off the charts. I'm very picky and shopped around for this bike rack. There's nothing out there that compare to this. Btw, you'ok need 2 locks. Thx AutoAnything!

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