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Old 08-25-2015, 06:43 AM   #1
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Hitch rack

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Apologies for last post with typos! I will be careful in the future to check for typos and automatic spellcheck errors before posting!
Soooo..... My question is does does anyone know of a hitch rack that is long enough to attach bikes at the far end of it so that you do not have to remove the bikes in order to open the rear slide? I just bought a Winnebago view 24 G with the rear bedroom slide. I'd like to take bikes with us but and for times in which I may stay at Walmart, for example, I'd like to use the rear slide for the bed but not take the bikes off in order to do so. I don't know if this is possible but would appreciate suggestions if anyone has experience with this.
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Some have a pin you can pull and the rack will tilt down 45 degree angle or so, allows you to open tail gate on SUV for example.
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Some have a pin you can pull and the rack will tilt down 45 degree angle or so, allows you to open tail gate on SUV for example.

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We have one that can angle down when needed. We don't have a slideout so not sure how much space you would need. I was able to angle it down and open my rear hatch on my truck when it was on there.

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