ThisTilting hitch rack will not block accessToTrunks, hatches andTailgates. Soft rubber cradles protect bike frame while holding secureTilts away from vehicle forTrunk, hatch orTailgate access High strength steel construction
from St. Paul, mn, usa
Date Reviewed: April 10, 2008
Strengths: 4 bikes with very different frames all fit with a bit of planning. Low price. Solid. I didn't feel like I needed to watch my bikes the whole drive. Access to the trunk when fully loaded with bikes. No scratches on the trunk lid.
Weaknesses: I needed to grind a sloppy weld down so that the rack would slide far enough into the hitch. A few minor surface imperfections. The bolt down mechanism is solid but having to use a wrench is a bit archaic. The need for a $300 hitch, but I'll likely use it to pull a trailer too.
Thule Parkway 4 Bike 2" Receiver Hitch Bike Rack $99
Yes, this hitch will go nicely on the back of your JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank:
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I need to get a hitch rack for my car (Sub. Outb. Imprez. Sprt) and have limited funds due to house improvement and kid stuff that is needed. The Thule Parkway 4-bike is $149.00 and am wondering if anyone has used it to give me any feedback. Please don't post back about much more expensive racks as ... Read More »