|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 14.02 x 40.98 inches|
|Item model number||CC-275|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CC-275|
|Cover Included||Stromberg Carlson CC-275 Products Bike Bunk|
|Vehicle Service Type||Trailer|
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Stromberg Carlson (CC-275 Bike Bunk for Cargo Tray
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- STROMBERG Carlson Bike Bunk - The first trailer tongue cargo carrying system; Adjustable to fit most A frame trailers on the road today
- Up to 100 pounds can be supported and your tow vehicles suspension guarantees this is the softest riding area on your trailer
- A raised receiver on the A frame is the perfect place to put your bikes.Accommodates max A-frame bar height of 6 inch
- Bike Bunk allows any bike rack designed for a 2 inch receiver to fit. 33.5 inch from top of trailer A-frame to top of cross tube, 29 inch from top of A-frame to bottom of bike rack receiver tube. Due to bent design on vertical tubes, post brackets can be mounted on your A-frame at widths varying from 14 inch to 55 inch
- Your application will be determined by turning radius and positioning of the rack Bike Bunk Bike Bunk
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STROMBERG Carlson Bike Bunk - The first trailer tongue cargo carrying system. Adjustable to fit most A frame trailers on the road today. Up to 100 pounds can be supported and your tow vehicles suspension guarantees this is the softest riding area on your trailer. A raised receiver on the A frame is the perfect place to put your bikes. Bike Bunk allows any bike rack designed for a 2 inch receiver to fit. Your application will be determined by turning radius and positioning of the rack. Bike Bunk.
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I tow my camper with a suburban and all the YouTube videos I found showed the camper with a pick up and you can clearly see the bikes hanging over the bed during sharp turns. This concerned me to the point I almost didn't buy it as I was afraid I wouldn't get my 4 bikes on the rack without hitting the back window of my Suburban. Took a chance when it went on lightning deal so I only paid 80 bucks so if I only could get 2 bikes on it wouldn't be hard or costly to put the other 2 on the SUV's roof rack.
Well during installation my fears were realized, the bars that go between the bottom mount and the top bar are curved so you can turn them and accommodate a wide range of A-Frame sizes. Where I could mount the bottom mounts due to propane tanks, battery mounts, and an electric box pushed the top bar so far forward I risk hitting the tires of the bike with just 1 bike on let alone 4. To get the to bar as far back as possible meant doing some cutting and welding. I took almost a foot of each side of the top bar and remounted the mounting brackets to push the top bar as far back as possible (note to manufacturer, an adjustable top bar would be awesome).
Lastly, it was a bit of a pain drilling thru the support bars so that I could put screws all the way thru to tighten it down. Not hard to do but took up time. Which I came across a review that said this is hard to remove if you have a camper with pull out beds in the front, I could see that being a problem, I don't have pull out beds but if you do you may have to cut the support bars shorter to get under the bed.
All in all the set up of this product took longer as I had to modify it a lot to make it work for me. But for 80 bucks I am happy to report it did work. The pictures show that I got all 4 bikes on and had about 4 to 6 inches of clearance between bike tires and rear window during sharp turning, which may come to be a problem when my youngest gets to a full size bike but I can worry about that in a few years.
Set-up took longer than I initially expected, but the results were worth it. You will need a 3/8 drill bit that is capable of drilling through metal. Also as many stated some of the bolts that are included are not long enough. (I think 2 to be exact). One downfall is this rack is only rated for 100lbs. When you take into account that a bike rack or other hitch attachment is going to be at least 20 lbs it leaves you with 80 lbs or less for cargo. I wanted this to haul 4 bikes on the front of my travel trailer. 4 bikes at roughly 35lbs each and a 20lb bike rack would put me at roughly 160lbs. I ended up fabricating an additional support bar that connects the bike rack to the steel crossmember bar on the trailer that the battery sits on. I have driven roughly 300 miles on the highway with no problems. The rack hardly moves and is very sturdy. (I loaded the bikes without the support bar on and there is a lot of back and forth movement) Another thing to keep in mind is the amount of tongue weight you will be adding. The rack itself is over 50lbs so I've added over 200lbs with 4 bikes.
Overall I am very happy with the functionality of this rack. While it may not work for everyone the quality of the rack itself is great
The rack is heavy and seems high quality for the $$ I would expect the right hardware (FYI, there were no extra washers/nuts/anything), not sure if that denotes good quality or if I got lucky.
UPDATE: 3 inch bolts purchased, everything is now hooked up and functional.. 45 minutes and five dollars later...
1) When you turn sharply, the bikes will likely rub on the back of your truck (assuming you are using this for a bike rack). I have messed with moving it as far back as possible and getting the bikes as far back as possible, but it is unavoidable. To solve this, we simply unload the bikes before we have to take a sharp turn backing the camper in. Not a huge issue, but an inconvenience, nonetheless.
2) As this unit bolts on, I can no longer remove my propane tank cover. It may or may not be an issue for you, but keep this in mind when you are mounting it.
Overall it does what it is supposed to and gave us the extra room to have our bikes out of the way so we can fill the bed of the truck up with wood, our grill and other camping gear while still keeping our cargo gate on the rear of the camper.
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The product design and concept is fantastic though. I have loaded my bike rack and tested for fit with the SUV but have not road tested yet.
To install this you do need to be fairly handy and comfortable drilling the 4 holes to install the final bolts once everything is lined up correctly where you want it.
5 star rating for concept, design and universal fit options.
1 star rating for the hardware...
There is a major concern with the hardware provided for attaching to the trailer frame. These bolts are quite soft. When trying to tighten to the frame the threads strip easily and will not tighten. The heads of these bolts also round easily.
I tried to tighten the bolts once everything was aligned but the threads stripped making them unable to be tightened adequately and the nuts could not be removed either. I ended up cutting 3 bolts off with a dremel grinder.
So... after a trip to the hardware store for all new (proper) bolts, nuts and washers I then re-installed everything.
Before installing, head to the hardware store to upgrade to new bolts, nuts and washers. I would not trust the hardware provided to ensure my expensive bikes were secured properly to the trailer.
Once finally completed I painted all bolts, washers and the dings/scratches I created with black tremclad paint. I’m happy with the final fit and overall look.
We have just completed a camping trip with 400km+ with highway travel, secondary roads and also gravel roads in and around the campground. Plenty of bumps along the way and the rack held up well.
We are using a Thule Vertex 2 Bike Rack attached to the mount.