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Old 12-04-2019, 05:39 AM   #21
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Update: the bikes/rack/spare were all fine on the trip, no issues at all. Pretty robust reinforced bumper, thanks Keystone! I did use nylon rope to tie the rack & bikes to my frame just in case, but was not needed. I could see them well in my backup cam also, gave me piece of mind.
I personally don't understand the fixed mind notion that bikes need to be carried on the back of a TT or 5er.
We have a pin box mount for our bikes on our 5er, and now many offer "A" frame mounts for TT.

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Old 12-04-2019, 04:16 PM   #22
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And I don’t get spending ANY money on bike racks when our 2 junker 2 wheelers stand up crossways in the truck bed just behind the cab and ride quietly and well behaved for thousands of miles.
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