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Old 01-14-2016, 04:26 PM   #11
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Here is a quick pic of the one that came with our trailer. I just set it in place, there is 2 straps that go around the rack arms and the ladder legs, then 4 straps that hold bikes in place. It's pretty solid when it's all cinched down.


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Old 07-11-2016, 10:39 PM   #12
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Anyone have a photo with the bikes in the rack? TY!
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Old 07-12-2016, 02:23 AM   #13
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Thanx Caper......wish I could.....it looks awesome, but ours is a 5th wheel so I don't think we have room for something like that.

For a fifth wheel, I had my father-in-law custom make a pin box bike rack. He's made me 2 now:
http://www.learntorv.com/2014/12/diy...bike-rack.html
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Anyone have a photo with the bikes in the rack? TY!

Something like this?

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Old 07-12-2016, 04:29 AM   #15
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Thank you - very creative!!

I was actually looking at purchasing the Atwood ladder mounted bike rack (that's being sold as a Forest River accessory), but can't quite picture how the bikes would secure to the rack without sticking out beyond the edge of the camper a great deal...
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Thank you - very creative!!

I was actually looking at purchasing the Atwood ladder mounted bike rack (that's being sold as a Forest River accessory), but can't quite picture how the bikes would secure to the rack without sticking out beyond the edge of the camper a great deal...
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I am with you on this! They never show a Pic of "Bikes" on a Rear ladder that is Offset to the L or R and Not Many ladders are mounted in the Center of the Rear! Vertical? maybe but hard on the "Spokes"! Wait,maybe the Atwood ladder mount is for "Unicycles"! Youroo!!
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Fonzie, I noticed that Most of the Vert.mounted bikes shown have the "Pro Stubby handle bars,most Cruiser Bikes have Old School Texas Long Horn Bars"! Youroo!!
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You all are the best!! Thanks again. I've heard good/bad about bike carriers and contacted FR, below is there reply, I'm going to order one!
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And now we add 125# to one side of the trailer. Later RJD
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