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Old 04-21-2014, 12:38 PM   #1
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RV Ladder Bike carriers

Does anyone recommend a good bike carrier for the RV ladder. I heard some aren't so good and can mess up the Ladder itself.
Technically, I want to bring a moped on a carrier attached to the hitch and would love one that could carry two bicycles as well. Anyone know of a good rack or something that would work for both the moped and two bikes?

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Old 04-21-2014, 12:56 PM   #2
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I bought one of those inexpensive ones from CW. With enough bungee cords, my bike mounted vertically without taking the wheels off and was rock solid for hundreds of miles. I could see it in the rear camera as well, never moved. It may not work for all bikes and you might be able to put one above the other for two bikes. For the price, it was worth it to me.

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I got two of them - the simple one and the fancier one
both really didn't work since both 5ers I had the ladder was very close to the back cap that swooped out and was too close to the bike handle bar or peddles...

also never really liked putting that much weight on the ladder...
but that's just me L)
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