ShuttleNuts The Rack Bike Rack

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $399.99

Product Description

Use the ShuttleNuts Pad with the Rack to achieve maximum bike contol and protection with our unique patent pending Rack System. Drop the tailgate for extra cargo space or re-configure the Rack System with the tailgate up for more clearance and never let the road less traveled hold you back again.

  • Completely Secure Four Bikes
  • Features Tailgate Up or Down Options
  • Folds Away Neatly to 30"x46"x7"
  • Weighs Under 40 lbs
  • Use with any Size Truck

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by xDirtbagx

    Date Reviewed: May 31, 2012

    Strengths:    Ease of use, Multiple configurations, very stable over washboards, ruts, etc.

    Weaknesses:    Let me get back to you. Have not found any yet.

    Bottom Line:   
    I opted for the "Rack/Pad" combo on this one. The rack by itself is impressive. Well built. Hasn't let anything slip yet over some pretty nasty terrain. Throw in the pad and this thing is amazing. Your average "bike blanket" doesn't hold the bike in place at all. The guys at ShuttleNuts threw some straps on theirs to keep the front of the bike in place while the rack keeps the back tires from wandering.
    Just the fact that you can mount it in three different ways, fully in the bed, over the tailgate, or on the tailgate for easy access and maximum bed space, makes this thing worth it.
    They are even working on a hitch mount version. Can you say 8 bikes held secure in a full size truck?
    Never have to worry about your bike getting damaged during transportation again!
    I love this thing!

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