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i need a hitch rack but price wise.... i think the cheaper the better.... bc i need new rubber too..... non tray versions... the hanger on's

out of all the hang on the frame racks which one is tolerable? i have a redline monocog ...

are they that bad? with the swaying and such?

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i had both the hanging type and the tray style. i ended up returning the hanging type for the tray style (both from performance). i used the top tube adaptor when using the hanging type and it worked well, but i liked the stability of the tray style. now i just have two top tube adaptors laying around.
 

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Eric Z said:
i had both the hanging type and the tray style. i ended up returning the hanging type for the tray style (both from performance). i used the top tube adaptor when using the hanging type and it worked well, but i liked the stability of the tray style. now i just have two top tube adaptors laying around.
Those top tube adapters scare me. I was always afraid the seat post would come out of the collar on my wife's bike. Can you imagine the shite storm?!?:rolleyes:
 

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nicolicious said:
i need a hitch rack but price wise.... i think the cheaper the better.... bc i need new rubber too..... non tray versions... the hanger on's

out of all the hang on the frame racks which one is tolerable? i have a redline monocog ...

are they that bad? with the swaying and such?

thanks
I have yet to see any hitch rack that does not sway
 
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