All standard on new models aside from tilting option AFAIK. Rope straps are the shiz. Under 10 seconds to load a bike and it ain’t ever falling out. It’s still a small operation, and there was a bit of a wait on the new racks waiting on patents etc, but well worth giving Mitch a call if you have any questions or want anything customized.Have all those new features made it into the standard production models now Moorey? Have been waiting for the fold flat and rope attachments before ordering mine.
In Victoria, it's 60% of the wheelbase. You'd be hard pressed for any police to get their tape measure out roadside though... Any of the vertical racks are going to be all good.
Was just reading this thread, has anything changed regarding the rules on carriers and legalities of certain designs?
Pretty sure I’ll be grabbing a rack from Currie as soon as I can get a look at it courtesy of the local rep, but just want a bit more info.
I’ll be mounting it to either a Passat wagon or transporter van.
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Was this to install a square hitch?I am all legal now (except for a printed aux number plate, natch). Shame you can't sticky a post within a thread with a compilation of compliance requirements. Thanks for your help y'all, I eventually got towbars4u in Sydney to do mine for a reasonable price and good quality. Went for a Yakima rack, and while it doubles as a benchpress it is really fast to get bikes on and off.
I ended up with the Thule UpRide because it was cheaper (price included lock barrels) and I could get it keyed alike with my other Thule rack for convenience.Looking at Yakima High Road - any experiences or better options around?