Hi guys and gals.
Yesterday the NSW rural fire service were conducting a rather large hazard reduction at Long Trail, near Terry Hills.
There were two very clear signs announcing that the trail is closed.
In the short space of 30mins, 3 groups of riders missed the signs and fortunatly...
Ill be up at Ourimbah tomorrow but ill be doing a few push runs.
Just getting back into it after a little 7 month break from riding so it will be a pretty chilled session.
If someone is keen ill put an extra rack and we will do some shuttles.
This will all come down to how easy you would like to load the bikes and your budget.
The cheapest solution would be moto tie downs with solid eye bolts installed on those tracks. This would be quite time consuming but it will be cheap.
I would look into using the arm off Thule's side arm...
Ahh the dreaded back pain.
I suffered from this and it rears its ugly head if I dont go to the gym. Initial pain was treated with morphine, diazepam and indocid.
Now I just keep doing the right back exercises and I haven't had this for while.
I hope I didn't mis read the op's title but...
Very happy to see this. :clap2:
I do mainly ride gravity and this is a small important step towards bigger things for Sydney.
As I work in a Sydney retail store that sells products to cyclists, I do know that we are experiencing significant growth year after year mainly with mtb'rs.
Was this using a new fit kit?
As mentioned in my previous post those pads may be damaged.
Did you measure your bracket with the other car?
Can you please measure the roof to the top of the plate/bracket.
Please call me before you do any thing else with your car. You have our shops...
Given the year model I would say you have Thule's rt753 or rt751 that uses a tk3018 fit kit that suits the liberty.
The bolts supplied are mention to be 30mm long (shaft not total)
The pads that support the rack are rubber and it is crucial to tighten on first instalation to 4nm.