DAMN! What company? I'll send them an offer on any ending leases!I was pretty lucky , a mates works for a company uses duel cab utes as their company vehicles ,
they were trading in this one , and they let me have it if I match their trade in offer of 3 grand , just have to get a roadworthy , laughing
Not sure if you've gone ahead with this, but Thule racks have narrow spacing between bikes.Now have to carry 4 bikes and have a Thule Euroway that has the option of fitting a fourth bike tray/holder but was wondering if anyone had any experience with there's? Otherwise will put my whispers eb201 roof mount carrier to my the wing bars instead.
I've got one of those as well works fine, robust enough, bit fiddly to get 3 mtbs on, only problem is light and number plate mounts, it's supposed to have them to be legal I'd say. as lights obscured when bikes on.I've had one of these T7 3 channel racks for some time now. Looks to be on sale again and the pricing is sharp at $124.
It holds bikes and they don't fall off.
I've zip tied the bike plate to the rear bar. I have to fit another number plate on it so we can swap it easier between both cars. Like a zip tie version of 007's revolving number plates. I don't have any lights on mine either, I live my life on the edge :spy: but I'd bet you are correct.I've got one of those as well works fine, robust enough, bit fiddly to get 3 mtbs on, only problem is light and number plate mounts, it's supposed to have them to be legal I'd say. as lights obscured when bikes on.
Apologies for the hassle Steve Jobs' Pancreas. Other than a handful of emails from today I can't see any that haven't been answered. Happy to check if you want. I just need your email address to find it. We're normally spot-on with enquiries and if a response isn't back at you in 24 hrs then chances are there's been a typo in the return email address.which is a third of the time its taken thus far to get a response from ISI, and the meter is still running
The only thing with the Thule 598 is that you have to pay another $40 for the carbon frame insert and the support bar for one of the bikes will be on the inside of the tray. So will have to try and reach in and around the bike to set it onto the frame.I recommend the Thule 598 which looks like is priced almost the same.
Very easy to throw up on top and connects/braces on each wheels and bottom of frame.
That Yakima one looks it has a bike lock that braces the frame to the back of the front tyre mount?
I don't know if its just me, but that mount looks like it braces more towards the front of the bike which is the lighter side. Only a concern when driving with wind from the side. Not like the bike will fly off, but there might be some sideways movement