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Old 06-08-2015, 03:40 PM   #1
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Bicycle Carrier

Thinking about a bike carrier for the rear ladder. Anyone have experience with this set-up?
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I am looking at them myself. Difficult to find any that will do mountain bikes for they don't have that upright bar in the fraom.
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I know I see people doing this, but I'd think a bike or two ( especially heavy ones) wouldn't be a great idea bouncing around on a ladder. My MH won't take a rear ladder so I don't know what's available. I use my receiver for a bike carrier. If I'm towing the car I use the same rack plugged into its receiver
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I had to switch to a hitch bike carrier as the bikes were too heavy and cumbersome for me to hang on the ladder. Here are two pics of bikes on the hitch. It is a Thune.Click image for larger version

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Make that a Swagman bike carrier. Very sturdy!
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