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Old 09-07-2012, 02:56 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by golfmedik View Post
With the 3 bikes on there, it misses the rear glass about 7-8 inches. No where close. However, I have a B&W Companion hitch, so I put it in the farthest rearward position. It is just behind the center of the rear axle and didn't change weight distribution hardly at all. The main reason I set it so far back was to enable me to open my low profile tool box on the truck to access tools and fire extinguisher. Hope this helps.
Thank you! I have a couple 4 bike carriers already and will be looking at this as an option. Will have to do some measuring and calculating to see what I can get by with.

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Old 09-07-2012, 05:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Rugged Brown View Post
I took my pin box off and still couldn't get it. I now have a pin box with 4 drilled holes and a bike receiver sitting on the garage floor.
Im not sure how thick the steel is, but it may be an option to tap the holes and thread the bolts directly to the pin box steel.

Sure hope this helps.

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