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Old 02-19-2014, 09:48 AM   #1
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Bike rack for front of TV - recommendations

I have a receiver on the front of my tow vehicle & want to purchase a bike rack to mount. I want to make sure the bikes ride low enough so as not to obstruct my view. I am thinking of purchasing a tray style so the wheels sit in a tray & therefore ride a bit lower.

Can anyone give me a recommendation as to what works for them?
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I had a short section of a 2 inch receiver tube welded on the rear frame of my cargo trailer. That's where my bike rack and bikes travel.

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Ha ha, I admit I looked at this thread because I wanted to know why someone wanted to attach a bike rack to his television!
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Old 02-20-2014, 05:19 PM   #4
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Ha ha, I admit I looked at this thread because I wanted to know why someone wanted to attach a bike rack to his television!

Ditto!
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Yep, thought it may be a stationary bike in front of the TV... LOL
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