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Volvo XC90 Bike Racks

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So far, so good

Reviewed By Adrian J (PINNACLE, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Volvo XC90 —10/19/2012 3:47 AM

After much research and debate I decided on the Thule T2. It offers the ability to expand, had frame locks for the bikes, comes with a hitch lock, is a platform load, and is user friendly. Initially we were considering the Saris but my wife saw both at the local shop and felt the Saris just seamed cheap when compared to the Thule. It was easy to assemble, it is user friendly, has the necessary adjustments, it is sturdy and does not shake when traveling. I recommend the Thule.

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Reviewed By Gregory D (GREENWOOD, IN) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram —1/31/2016 2:15 PM

Bike rack is simple to assemble and Install,but your information about the installation does not say it bolts to the receiver with a metric thread bolt .That only matters if you also get the cable lock that comes with a 1/2-13 american standard bolt. I'm using on the back of a 5th whl RV.

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Reviewed By Robert K (Huntley, IL) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —1/31/2016 6:32 AM

I bought this Shuttle pad for my 2016 Colorado. I was hoping to not have to purchase anther bike rack. It sat in my garage for about a week before I unpacked it. Being January in Illinois, it was quite stiff. I brought it inside and let it flatten out. The instructions are vague. But it is quite simple. However I think it might be better to have the attachment straps reversed so the drop down the backside of the tailgate instead of trying to seed them upwards.

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