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Old 05-17-2012, 03:05 PM   #11
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Envoy is gone! We are now towing with a 2011 Ford F150 SuperCrew. And it is waaay easier to just stick them inside (and they don't get wet, dirty, etc!)
Or get stolen, messed with or void the warranty on the frame.
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Old 05-17-2012, 03:46 PM   #12
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Envoy is gone! We are now towing with a 2011 Ford F150 SuperCrew. And it is waaay easier to just stick them inside (and they don't get wet, dirty, etc!)
Duh-uh.....I didn't notice this thread was started 2 years ago, and a member reactivated it again after all of that time. Whoops.
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Old 05-17-2012, 03:48 PM   #13
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New member just found your post on this bike rack mod and was thinking of doing that to solve my bike hauling problmes. Can you give me an update on how its worked out, held up, trouble with turning vehicle and such?
JIMS, it would help knowing which person you're asking this of.

also, posting what type, make, year and model RV you have, would help.
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After reading all the posts NOT recommending adding a receiver hitch and talking to FR customer service, elected to just store our 2 bikes inside the TT. Actually takes less time than with bike rack. Never had any problems, but need to be careful not to bump anything when taking bikes in/out.

Since then we got a truck and this solved the problem...
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