Sportworks T2 all the way, have mine about 9 months & it's awsome. The anti sway on mine works properly but i have read about some hitches that it off by a bit & cant be used. It's very easy to mount & dismount bikes, when driving down the road & railing corners the bikes stay solid. The only thing i would suggest is to run a cable from chassis of vehicle through bikes while transporting. Why well it's very easy to dismount a bike at a stop. No i didnt learn the hard way luckly, just sitting at a stop looking in the rear view mirror when it smacked my upside the head, i could loose my bikes sitting here! If you go into a place to eat or something i suggest wraping a good lock around them again to make it even harder to attempt stealing. Yes you can buy a locking pin but you can unbolt 2 of the hinge bolt & carry away the rack then deal with the rest later. Another reason to use the vehicl chassis as a base for the safety lock.spoker247 said:Just wondering which to get, I can get a deal on both. Just wondering if anyone has any plus's or minuses for both. I"ve seen both, but haven't used either. Any info can help. going for the 2 bike 1 1/4. Thanks
Been doing that for 3 years. My last one was from a license light for moto's, that one kept getting full of water & shorted out. My curent one is a Givi trunk mount light that i velcro to the frame of last bike. Yup that works wonderfull, when you see morons running up your rear you tap the brake & they fade back .jrm said:Is going to be a brake light mounted on the end of the rack. I can use the pig tail that came OE for a trailer. Im really tired of people driving right up to the rack when im at a light..
Thule websiteJimC. said:and have discontinued the T2, according the the Cdn distributor...no T2 replacement until summer. I emphasize was told this, but don't know how accurate it is.