Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch - Echo Sports
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Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch

Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch
C$799.99 C$639.99 Excl. tax
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The Swagman QUAD 2+2 hitch mounted platform bike rack is the ultimate in user-friendly versatility. It can carry two bikes or attach the add-on to transport four and carries bikes of most sizes of frames, wheels, and tire widths. It’s super easy to load the bikes onto the rack. The padded ratchet hooks safely hold the bike frame and the adjustable wheel trays and straps secure the wheels. A locking threaded hitch pin secures the rack to your vehicle while the locking ratchet hook locks your bikes to the rack. The rack folds up out of the way when not in use.

  • Carries up to four bikes with a maximum weight capacity of 45lbs per bike
  • Easily transforms from two to four bike carrier
  • Fits tires up to 3” wide (fat bike trays sold separately)
  • Fits wheels 20” to 29” in diameter 
  • Wheel trays are adjustable for wheelbases between 20” to 50” long
  • Ratchet hooks are padded to protect your frame’s finish
  • Locking threaded hitch pin and locking ratchet hooks 
  • Fits Class 3, 2” hitch receiver
Swagman Quad 2 + 2 car bike rack 2" hitch

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