Absoloutly no problem. Take off the 2" adapter and it should fit fine. The only possible issue I could imagine would be clearance with the trunk if opened. But that is why most hitch racks tilt down, for access to either tailgate, suv cargo area, or trunk. If you look at my pictures in this thread you will see how it tilts down even with bikes loaded. Any other questions let me know.jwl325 said:Might be a silly question, but other than exercising due care, do you think there would be anything preventing use of the Kuat on a car as opposed to a truck/SUV?
I have a 1.25" hitch on my Honda Accord, currently use a Saris hanger rack, but am very interested in a tray rack.
1- the cable is fine in my opinion, its not a Kryptonite or name brand but designed in a way to work with the hitch pin, as far as I am concerned I would NEVER leave my bike unattended for long or trust most any cable. If I am going into as store where I cant see my bike for any extended amount of time I usually double cable it (use 2 different cables and 2 different locks) But that is not hardly every.Silvestri said:Thanks WingNutt!
Second picture - is that cable the one that comes attached? I might want to upgrade that to a thicker more substantial cable eh?
The T handle - I think I see a key hole in the black part. Does the black part come off the T part when unlocked?
Lastly, on the mounting part (to the hitch) - is that a plastic spacer to adapt the to a 2" receiver? I wonder how the plastic adapter will last due to being metal/plastic/metal contact.