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C-Clamp has an integrated dial that gently grips and holds the bike frame for greater stability
Ratcheting wheel straps quickly secure wheels to tray
Stylish aluminum tray holds bike in place while loading and provides rust-free protection
Fits bike frames up to 33/8" in diameter and tires up to 2.6" wide
2 One-Key lock cylinders (sold separately) locks the bike to carrier and carrier to rack
Fits Thule square bars, round bars, and Thule Aero Blade using Xadapt 8
Factory rack compatible with Thule Ride-On Adapter (#532, sold separately)
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Rated 4 out of
Seem to be good quality and hold the bikes well.Easy to put together even on the floor of my office. You have to change the hardware around on one of them if you order two to work on the driver side, they are made to go on the passenger side but that was not hard. They go on easy enough and I have Yakima bars. My kid gave me crap for mixing products but who cares. They look good and getting the bike into them is a snap.
Date published: 2008-03-25
Rated 4 out of
Very hand, but look out for low bridges...This is a bit newer version of the carrier than I've got, but the concept is the same. It feels like the attachment system is a bit unstable, but it most certainty can hold the bike. The one annoying thing about it is that you have to screw quite much before the attachment that goes on the bike frame tightens.
Date published: 2007-12-25
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