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Old 04-04-2010, 04:26 PM   #15
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i would not carry more than one light weight bike on the ladder. The ladders are not ment to be subjected to a dynamic (shaking) load when on the road.


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Smile Ladder Type Bike Rack

Well I ended up buying one of the ladder type racks as I was pressed for time and needed something for our Shakedown run to Lake Texoma. I followed the instructions and the thing worked great for a 200 mile weekend trip. Now I will see what happens when we head out on our cross country trip next month.

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