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Old 11-26-2016, 08:42 AM   #29
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I have a swag Man 4 bike carrier, I only carry 3 bikes tho and like the room it provides for the 3, I took one of the holder set up's off to allow better spacing and room on the rake for the bikes. I also have a duel hitch receiver and the bike rack goes in the top receiver and my Dolly hitch in the bottom. I have zero issues with either the Toad or the bikes and they are always with me on trips whether I take the toad or not. I lock them to the rack and have a bike cover on them as well. Swag Man for me is the best carrier, very well built and sturdy.
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We carry 2 bikes and 2 kayaks on the toad. I just bought a dual hitch receiver, and plan on putting the bike rack on the back of the coach. But, I'm not sure if the bikes will come in contact with the car on tight turns. I'll have to check that out before making that move.

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I like my road bike. It travels inside the coach in the bedroom
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