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- 4 bike carrier swings away with bikes loaded to provide ultimate access to vehicle.
- Single bolt assembly makes for easy installation and Tool-free SpeedKnob quickly tightens and locks the rack to your car.
- Pair with a Yakima Handcuff to lock bikes to rack (sold separately)
- ZipStrips secure bikes to the rack and are fully removable (two extra included) and anti-sway cradles eliminate bike-to-bike contact
- Love it 'Till You Leave It Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Premium Hitch Mounted Swing Bike Rack.
- L 43" x W 26" x H 17" 56 Lbs
Now the family bikes can ride in style.
The FullSwing has all the bells and whistles, from new ZipStrips to fully padded arms. It also swings away with one touch, for easy access to your car whenever you need.
Swings away with bikes loaded to provide easy access to rear of vehicle.
Fully Padded Arms
Fully padded arms for the ultimate in bike protection.
AutoPin automatically positions and secures rack to the hitch and receiver.
Secure Your Bike
SKS Locks included; locks racks and bikes.
|Max Bike Capacity||4 / 5||2 / 4 / 5||2 / 3||4||4||4|
|Rear-Of-Vehicle Access||Tilt Away||Tilt Away||Tilt Away||Tilt Away||Swing Away||Swing Away|
|Bottle Opener Included||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|SKS Bike Lock Included||✓||✓||✓|
|Arms Fold When Not In Use||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Padded Arms For Bike Protection||✓||✓||✓|
|Hitch Compatibility||1.25" & 2"||1.25" & 2"||1.25" & 2"||1.25" & 2"||2"||2"|
|Individual Bike Weight Limit||40 Lbs||40 Lbs||30 Lbs||40 Lbs||40 Lbs||40 Lbs|
Taking your bikes with you on your last-minute weekend getaway is too amazing an experience to be spoiled by the hassle of a sub-standard hitch or rear rack. But it often is. Folding the bikes half-way down, struggling to hoist coolers or gear from the passenger door to the back, or having to take the bikes off to access your cargo area are all huge mood killers. With its innovative design, the Yakima Fullswing keeps your adventure headed in the right direction. Turn the safety knob, pull the red pin, and your bikes effortlessly swivel from the center to the side of the car, fully freeing access to your cargo area without the hassle of removing even one bike.With a capacity of up to four bikes and a total of 150lb, the Fullswing is ready to hold your road, gravel, or mountain bikes and Yakima's Zipstrips securely affix to all types of bikes. The Fullswing installs without tools to your 2in receiver hitch and is locked in place with the SpeedKnob. Integrated locking cables deter potential thieves while you duck into a convenience store for cooler ice.
Color: Black/Red | Size: One Size
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I was debating over the 2008 Swing Daddy ($200 savings) and the 2014 which just came out and the main reason for my hesitation in buying the new one was price... So in order to make my decision I needed to proved to myself that Yakima's 2014 model is worth the extra $100-200 over prior models? After two months of casual research, I'm happy to share my experience and am doing so because at the time of purchase, there were no reviews or videos out on this model. I went with the new model because the improvements proved to be worthwhile. It's designed better and performs incredibly well. I'm writing this review one day after a 750 mile road trip. I'm 100% happy with my purchase and convinced I made the right decision. I hope you find my feedback helpful as you determine what's best for you.
My research (before buying) was based on numerous online reviews, videos and a visit to my local bike shop (which carried both the 2013 and 2008 models). Here's a synopsis of my findings:
I will start with the improvements over prior models:
1. installation is a breeze. The 2008 model requires a nut and bold installation to the hitch -this is what most of us are used to and it's not exactly something you want to do often. The 2013 and 2014 models, have a slide and click autopin and knob(referred to as speedknob) and a push button release to retract the pin when removing the rack. The red handled twist knob gives you an easy means to tighten and secure your rack to the hitch. It take no time to do so (see video) and the built in key lock allows you to prevent removal by disengaging the twist to tighten/loosen handle control. It works incredibly well and is very convenient. Unlike most people who leave their bike rack attached because it's inconvenient to remove, I have easily and quickly remove it after every outing. It's one of the top advantages over the 2008 model and I'd say it's the main reason to upgrade or go for the newer model.
2. The ratchet style bindings secure the bike to the rack extremely well. After trying out the 2008 model while in my local bike shop, I quickly recognized the advantage of the ratchet locking system over the older model's rubber straps (that need to be tugged and stretched on). If you need proof, watch the videos for both this model and the swing daddy). This video was not out yet and so I decided it looked worth the convenience of the ratchet design (like ski bindings). My experience is the new design is hands down a worthwhile upgrade. It's so quick and easy...
3. Integrated bike lock. There's a quick and easy locking wire that pulls out of the mast and locks in the far end of the rack. Its as easy as push and click to lock and a simple key turn to release. I cannot believe they opted to exclude this from last year's model (especially since the prior 2008 model included an integrated lock).
4. The all black with red accents is really a sharp looking design. I'm more about function and less about form, but this delivers on both. Note, I almost bought the 2008 model because it matches my silver SUV and had great reviews... I don't need a hitch to look good and the 2008 model looks like the average hitch - you can see the welding points as well as the hinges (same as most bike racks). The new design is high gloss - looks well protected from the elements and hides the hinges and welds. It's sharp and very attractive. This is a bonus as it was not a requirement for me.
Other benefits to this rack.
1. the red plastic parts clearly mark the user interaction points. They either lock or unlock the hitch.
2. The swing away design leave you direct access to the back trunk of your SUV, car or truck. Its a life saver. Our last trip left me opening and closing the back hitch about 20 times a day and that's no exaggeration -comes with having a family.
3. The full swing has 2 pivot points - I didn't realize this the first time as only one pivot/hinge is obvious and as a result of my not noticing, I was not able to clear the back gate of my SUV. Fortunately both the hinge and the mast swivel and lock so you can get your bikes out of the way and lock them in place. I had plenty of clearance and best of all, the fact that it locks is a huge benefit when parked on a hill.
4. Shipping was a blessing. Nothing beats delivery. This rack is big and heavy - it's solid and strong. My box arrived damaged, but the unit inside was in perfect condition (there's a 2 inch buffer to protect the rack).
5. Assembly is simple. The unit arrives in two parts. The mast and the base. The mast drops in place and is secured with a long nut and bolt. It took me a while to screw it in because I attached it to the car to assemble. I'm not sure, but I'd try to attach the mast before attaching it to the car if I were to do it again (although Yakima recommends installing it while attached to the hitch).
6. This bike rack is solid. We drove 750 miles and regardless of bumps or rain, these bikes did not move or sway. I am very impressed.
7. Integrated bottle opener - have not used it, but its there...
8. The FullSwing only works with 2" (cass III & IV) hitches.
9. We can access our trunk (back lift-gate) without removing the bikes - the "swing away" feature is priceless for us and easy to use. I think I would have lost it if I had purchase anything else (cannot imagine removing the bikes every time I need to get into the trunk!).
10. Built to last. This rack is solid and I bought it for a lifetime of use. I look forward to using it often and for many years to come.
11. Purchase is protected by a Lifetime warranty.
What I did not like:
1. The Yakima label on the mast arrived with wrinkles in the decal. It didn't look right -so I removed the decal.
2. The idea of random people using my bike rack to open their beer bottle is not appealing to me, but I suppose they would be have to be Yakima hitch owners to know about it.
3. The integrated lock is short... it's just long enough to lock the bike frames to the rack (not the bike wheels).
4. Warranty is not transferrable and does not cover oxidation (rust).
1. Fortunately when I bought this rack I knew I would need the tube top frame adapter for my wife's bike. It's important to know that a woman's bike or child's bike needs an adapter to use this rack. it's an additional item and it's required (currently $35-40 on Amazon).
Add on items:
2. Hook and loop straps are also available for securing the bikes together. I bought a 4 pack and use them to reduce the movement of bike wheels and pedals. I'm glad I bought these.
3. Bike lock. I use my bike lock to lock my wheels. It's not required, but it's peace of mind for me knowing that the wheels are locked to the frame. I also remove valuables from the bike if they are left on the rack overnight.
In conclusion. The 2014 model is a cut above the rest. I have yet to see any other bike rack with the form and function of Yakima's 2014 model. The top three reasons to consider this model is the easy install hitch, easy to use ratchet system for "strapping" bikes and superior design (no visible welds or hinges). My family and I am very happy with our purchase. We justified the price difference because of all the improvements and knowing we wanted something that would last a lifetime. We are excited to be able to enjoy our bikes wherever we go!
1. Unit isn't level. See photo. I have checked my hitch receiver tube for level and tried to adjust the rack but it has a tilt to it. Possibly welded wrong during manufacturing?
2. The "LOCKED" unit can be removed quickly with a single wrench. The main pivot bolt is all that holds the upright portion with bikes and cable lock. It can be removed quickly and walked off with.
3. The Hitch slides into the receiver and the locking knob merely wedges a slide to tighten the unit. It has a small button that pops into the hitch pin hole but all that secures the unit is the pressure from the wedged slide. There isn't a hole to insert a locking pin through.
4. the arms that hold bikes has considerable play in them when stored "down" on the rack. They rattle while driving.
Update: 4/30/18: After a years use we have been unable to get 4 bikes on this rack ever. we are talking 4 road bikes nothing large and all adult bikes. Worse than only getting three bikes on a 4 bike rack you aren't able to utilize the whole Space to spread the three bikes out unless you take apart the unit and remove the brackets for one bike my husbands is a maintenance mechanic and was able to do this but it's not and everybody skill set Removed a star as we wanted a 4 bike rack!