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Hollywood Racks SR1 Spare Tire Rack 2-Bike Spare Tire Mount Rack
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- Fast installation or removal with a rugged strap system
- Fully adjustable to fit most rear spare tires
- Carries two bikes, comes fully assembled and folds flat for storage
- Support arms can be centered for side-mounted tires
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Installs securely over the vehicle's spare tire.Fully adjustable to fit most spare tires, the SR1 Bolt-On rack's support arms can be centered for side mounted tires and folded when not in use.
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fits well on my wife's 2007 rav4
securely holds two adult bikes
installs relatively quickly
comes completely assembled
included instructions are lacking.
lots of straps that slide around freely can cause needless confusion.
while easy to install, it's a little too involved for those planning on removing it after every use.
no lock so it's susceptible to theft.
powder coating started to scrape off before i even mounted a bike on it.
mounting arms are a little wide so fitting women's bike can be a challenge.
bikes sit pretty low so front tires need to be removed to prevent banging in to the ground when entering and exiting driveways and such.
Could have been better: The bike that I tried was my daughters Trek FX with a step through frame so there was no horizontal top tube. I was able to mount it ok with the rear tire up higher. My jeep is somewhat high to begin with and so it was not a problem. It may be a problem if someone that uses it has a small vehicle. So my point is that the support arms that the bike sits on should also have a vertical height adjustment so that you could still have the bike horizontal. The bike cradle that the top tube sits in has plenty of cushy rubber, but the opening for them is not as wide as the width of the top tube. They do spread apart some as the top tube settles in. So this will probably not be a problem. Nevertheless I would still not cinch the frame down any more than necessary.
When the carrier arrived the straps were not in the correct location to attach it to the rear tire. I tried to follow the directions which had plenty of words but was short on pictures. The pictures only show 1 side of the mount. It certainly would not have been that hard to include several more pictures that showed the opposite side rather than to have just labeled it as "Rear Straps (not shown)".
I finally gave up on the directions and just used some common sense on the best way to run the straps. After I ran the straps based on common sense the directions actually made more sense.
The nylon straps will probably break down after a season or two in the sun. So I would not leave the carrier attached to the vehicle except when I am using it. This should not be a problem since once the carrier is adjusted the first time it should be able to be installed and removed quickly without any readjustments.