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Old 04-21-2015, 07:21 AM   #11
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X3 on the BAL hide a spare. Mounted it last weekend and even had room for the blue tank.
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Old 04-21-2015, 08:05 AM   #12
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You could do a bike roof rack on the Pilot (may be a little high) or you could carry the bikes in the TT.

I personally like the dinette approach. Take a look at these threads:
My bike carrier mod for a Roo 233s (should work on other models)
Dinette Bike Modification
The master bed could even take one of those stand up racks.
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You could do a bike roof rack on the Pilot (may be a little high) or you could carry the bikes in the TT.



I personally like the dinette approach. Take a look at these threads:

My bike carrier mod for a Roo 233s (should work on other models)

Dinette Bike Modification

The master bed could even take one of those stand up racks.

These are awesome ideas I never thought of. I have high end bikes I prefer putting inside when transporting anyway. I've just been cramming them in somewhere. I'll have to see if I can fit this in my 195bh.
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