Reviewed By Gregroy S (Simi Valley, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota 4Runner —9/22/2015 9:22 AM
I bought rack crossbars and the locks. Considering the cost of the crossbars the locks should have been included.
Reviewed By Paul R (ASHLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota 4Runner —8/4/2015 9:56 PM
Yes, my boat trailer is padlocked to the ball, but anyone could remove the hitch pin and take the ball and trailer as a 2" receiver is pretty standard on most rigs. I definitely did not want another key for locking the hitch pin to my rig. Who needs another key to keep up with? I was glad to find this hitch pin with a combination lock. The pin, which mates the receiver to the rig, seems as strong as a standard unlocked clip pin and the combination was easy to set and open.
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!