|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25 x 4 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||TG-RK3B203S|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TG-RK3B203S|
Tyger Auto TG-RK3B203S Deluxe 3-Bike Trunk Mount Bicycle Rack. (Compatible with Most Sedans/Hatchbacks/Minivans and SUVs.)
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- 100% assembled. Fits most Sedans/Hatchbacks/Minivans and SUV's. (Not recommended for vehicles equipped with rear spoilers.)
- Designed to fit 3 bikes (Max 99lb capacity) with sturdy and handy construction. Padded lower frame keeps bicycles away from vehicle. (Safety strap included.)
- Individual soft cradles made to protect your bike frame and secure your bikes. OE standard black E-Coating for rust resistance. Foldable carry arms when not in use.
- Easy installation in minutes. (DIY instruction included in package.) NOTE: Provided Safety Strap must be installed to stabilize bikes while driving. Otherwise, any resulting accident and damage will not be covered by warranty.
- TYGER No-Hassle Limited Lifetime Warranty!
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|Item Dimensions||25.00 x 4.00 x 3.00 inches||3.62 x 17.24 x 7.48 inches||4.49 x 22.99 x 13.70 inches||25.20 x 15.16 x 4.72 inches|
|Item Weight||3.00 lbs||2.20 lbs||7.50 lbs||—|
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|Application||Trunk Mount||Trunk Mount||Trunk Mount||Hitch Mount||Hitch Mount||Crossbar Adapter|
|Capacity||1 Bike / 55 lb||2 Bikes / 66 lb||3 Bikes / 99 lb||3 Bikes / 99 lb||4 Bikes / 132 lb||1 Bike / 33 lb|
|Padded Lower Frames||✓||✓||✓|
|Extra Safety Strap||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Hitch Receiver||1.25" & 2" Compatible||1.25" & 2" Compatible|
|Easy-to-fold Cradle Arms||✓||✓|
|Accessibility Tile Adjustment||✓||✓|
|Free Hitch Pin-lock||✓||✓|
|Free Combination Cable-lock||✓||✓|
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I like the rack design and it actually looks better than the most single bike racks I saw out there, but I still think that manufacturer should fix/improve this and create a safer and a more secure brackets for the straps. My bike weights 40 pounds and I'm hesitant to carry it on this bike rack. Freeway is off limits for sure. Funny thing is that there is all this sturdy heavy duty rubber on the handles (not sure what for) as if one is going to carry a bike with hands for hours, while on the other hand the safety/durability of the wimpy strap clips is highly questionable.
One other reason I decided to buy this rack is for having a rubber protectors on the strap hooks that were supposed to protect the car paint. I have to say that these are pretty useless with my car.They are super thick and I couldn't slide the hooks with rubbers on them into the thin opening on top of the car, so instead I had to hook them up to the bottom of the car. I had to insulate the top hooks with some tape in order to protect the car paint. Again this is my own modification that will serve the purpose only for a short term and short rides. Since there is no paint to protect underneath of the car, the rubber protectors ended up being completely useless. Also the entire rubber coating is on the outside of the hooks and not inside where the paint rubbing and damage is most likely to occur. There are two rubber "dots" inside the hooks which are supposed to do the "protecting" job. I wouldn't trust this to do any damage protection.
Overall, I don't use the rack daily so I can live with some of these issues, however if I was to use it daily I wouldn't like it. I just don't think that customers should buy a product and then have to look for a ways to make it better and/or safer. It should meet these criteria and expectations right out the box.
Great for my mini van.
It is very easy to take off of the car. This is a good and bad thing. If you have a bike on the rack, I am not super comfortable leaving the car because there really is no way to lock the rack to my car. Even if you lock the bike to the rack, the whole rack can be removed by loosening the straps with the push of a button. But when I get to the park and ride, it takes 5 seconds to unhook my bike and take the rack off the car and put it in my trunk. It still works well for me because I use it for commuting, so if there is a bike on the back, I am driving my car. If I am not driving, it takes a second to put the rack in the trunk and jump on my bike.
My only complaint would be that it does smash right into my license plate. I am sure that this is a vehicle specific complaint, and I really do not care, but after driving and tightening it down it has smashed my license plate to conform to the shape of the trunk underneath. Not a big deal, but I figured that I would bring it up.
- The joint hardware on the rack is not galvanized, so the various nuts will rust quickly if you live in a humid environment.
- The middle set of clamps do not fit properly around the edges of my 2014 Kia Sorento. They are not snug enough, and will slip. I tried extending the middle straps for gripping under the rear hatch. The angle is not correct and the clamps still come loose.
- The 2-bike version does not extend out far enough from the vehicle, so this means one bicycle will rub again aginst another, or the pedals will rub against the vehicle, resulting in scratches.
- We found the rubber straps for holding the bikes difficult to secure. They do stay on and come off easily, but putting them on can result in sore thumbs.
If there was one issue, I'd live with the rack, and call it a day. A neighbor was enlisted for testing other bicycle types, but agreed with the same issues I had pointed out.
At this point I'm going to utilize the used bike carrier that I purchased from a garage sale.