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Old 06-05-2015, 03:34 PM   #1
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Yikes!!! I don't think I would have stayed behind him for very long.
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Old 06-05-2015, 03:44 PM   #3
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That's a big ten four! I skated right on by!

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look closer its a class c with a frame hitch not a problem if bikes are tied down
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I mean really!!! He needs to tie that kiddie trailer on better than that.
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That guy sure knows how to get the most out of a bike rack.
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Old 06-05-2015, 03:50 PM   #7
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look closer its a class c with a frame hitch not a problem if bikes are tied down
But what you don't see is:
1) the bike rack was a 1 1/2 tube in a 2" receiver.
2) had a bolt holding it in.
3) nothing was strapped down
4) It was saying side to side like a drunk walking out a bar.
5) and lastly and most important the hitch wasn't attached to the frame and only to the "bumper" with 4 bolts and a plate.

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Hmmmm... to quote a more famous person... she's breaking up... she's breaking up...

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I have personally witnessed a Class C lose his two bicycles as he was driving through a construction zone. Fortunately another Class C was right behind him and stopped, picked up the two bicycles, and put them inside his motorhome. I don’t know if those two RVers were traveling together or the second guy just got two bikes for free.
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