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INNO Tire Hold Hitch Bike Rack

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    Even with a quick–release front wheel, who wants to fumble around with levers and adjustments when it's time to ride? When you roll with the INNO Tire Hold Hitch Bike Rack, you spend a lot less time unloading and reassembling your bike—and a lot more time pushing the pedals.

    This ingenious Hitch Bike Rack features dual ratcheting front and rear arms that grip nearly any size wheels, up to 2.7" wide. That means from a 20" BMX'er to a 29" cruiser and every road, mountain or city tire in between fits it with ease. And, since this hitch bike rack only grips the wheels, it never scratches your paint, pinches your cables or clobbers your components.

    INNO goes one further and keeps your bike and rack super secure with the included cable bike lock and locking lever assembly. Better yet, INNO backs your Tire Hold Hitch Bike Rack with a limited Lifetime Warranty.

    INNO Tire Hold Hitch Bike Rack Customer Reviews

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    4 Customer Reviews

    Great Product Plus

    Reviewed by Thomas L (South Bend, IN) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Mar 29, 2014 9:57 PM

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    Originally I thought this bike rack was overpriced, that is until it arrived. Now I would say that it is worth every penny and more. Actually I would be hard pressed to find something to complain about. It is just very nice, and I would recommend this product any day to anyone serious about their bikes. Again, great product.

    Three bike carrier

    Reviewed by Alan F (WARR ACRES, OK) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder — Nov 26, 2013 5:52 AM

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    A small amount of assembly is required but was straight forward in the instructions (i liked the friction locking fasteners). The liftglass clearance for my 08 pathfinder was adequate for both my road and mtbikes and the quick drop feature on the end of the rack was quick and easy for accessing the liftgate while holding three mtbikes. I really like the ease and quickness of mount/unmountiing bikes on this rack compared to other poular brands i have used. Quality of materials/security is great!

    Nice rack

    Reviewed by Miles h (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Fusion — Aug 27, 2013 2:54 PM

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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    I have used the rack a couple of times since I got it and am very happy with it. It is easy to use and holds the bikes firmly in place. My only complaint is I wish they would have a stronger lock that goes on the bolt that goes on the hitch,it would not take munch to break this lock off.The rack itself is very strong and well built.You do some assembly, the instructions are easy to follow. It would be nice if they had a video showing someone actually putting one together right out of the box.

    Access to rear hatch, easy assembly, install, & use. Recommended

    Reviewed by David W B (GRAYSLAKE, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 5 — Aug 02, 2013 10:28 PM

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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.

    I purchased with a Draw-Tite hitch. The only issue I had was that the rack would not insert far enough to put in the locking hitch pin (came with rack). The issue was the stop on the D-T. I drilled it out to allow the rack to insert further. I'm not sure if this is an issue with Inno or D-T, but it was an easy fix. After that assembly was easy. The Tire Hold is quick & easy. It is easy to tilt the bikes away to open hatch. Bikes are held tight, but there is some bounce and flex.