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Old 05-16-2010, 10:47 AM   #1
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This is the only rack I can find that will accommodate wife's 3-wheeler (28" wide at rear axle), & a 2-wheeler for me. It extends out 36" from the rear bumper, that's the only drawback I can find. Can't find a cargo tray to do it either. For use on Class C 28" 4" welded bumper, E450 chassis, V-10. By the way, FYI, we purchased a fold up 3 wheeler, ($300.00), but can't keep it in the RV while traveling with the dogs. Well, I'm still learning about RVing.
Yea, it's the dogs or me says my LW!
Please let me know any suggestions.
Thanks, Hocky
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SWAGMAN Bike Racks
4-bike RV Bumper Rack
This is the only rack I can find that will accommodate wife's 3-wheeler (28" wide at rear axle), & a 2-wheeler for me. It extends out 36" from the rear bumper, that's the only drawback I can find. Can't find a cargo tray to do it either. For use on Class C 28" 4" welded bumper, E450 chassis, V-10. By the way, FYI, we purchased a fold up 3 wheeler, ($300.00), but can't keep it in the RV while traveling with the dogs. Well, I'm still learning about RVing.
Yea, it's the dogs or me says my LW!
Please let me know any suggestions.
Thanks, Hocky
we have a 2 bike swagman bike rack purchased from cw. it is very well built and performs well. we carry 2 electric bicycles that weigh about 50# each without the batteries.
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