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Old 07-11-2016, 12:10 PM   #11
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Thinking of getting my Ultralight frame certified for the bike rack. If they approve away I go!

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Old 07-11-2016, 12:16 PM   #12
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We carry two bicycles with us all the time and I use bungee cords around the tires and the bike rack and then use more cords around the frames of the bikes and secure to the upright post. Haven't lost one yet. I applied felt to the upright post to prevent scratches but I like the idea of the pool noodle. May have to do a slight modification to bring it up to Silhouette Penny standards!


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Thanks to all

Heading to Lowes and will follow suggestions given to thread. Heading to Colorado Springs with Grandson and 3 bikes. Thanks John
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I anchored a black box on this "bike" frame and carried 2 Honda generators to Alaska. There was just enough bounce from the rubber stoppers that it cracked the welding between the frame & the bumper. Perhaps the TSC fix will prevent that from happening to you.

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