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    Re: 1up Quick Rack Quick Review.

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    Re: 1up Quick Rack Quick Review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flat_iv View Post
    Purchased a used 1up rack from another forum. Got the rack and the ball bearing is missing, bolt is not there and the internal slide piece is also missing. Anyone have a picture of what these pieces look like. Trying to fix this weekend so I can use the rack. Might have to wait and call 1Up on Monday. Any information would be appreciated.
    Worst case I wonder if you could drill it to accept a hitch pin. Slide it in your hitch, mark it and drill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat_iv View Post
    Purchased a used 1up rack from another forum. Got the rack and the ball bearing is missing, bolt is not there and the internal slide piece is also missing. Anyone have a picture of what these pieces look like. Trying to fix this weekend so I can use the rack. Might have to wait and call 1Up on Monday. Any information would be appreciated.
    Do not drill for hitch pin!!! Drilling will ruin the rack.
    Check inside the box for the ball bearing, if it's in there just put it back into the hole and take a hammer and tap the point to keep the bearing in. If there is no bearing you will have to call 1up Monday.

    "Do not drill rack"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    Do not drill for hitch pin!!! Drilling will ruin the rack.
    Check inside the box for the ball bearing, if it's in there just put it back into the hole and take a hammer and tap the point to keep the bearing in. If there is no bearing you will have to call 1up Monday.

    "Do not drill rack"
    Agreed. Do not drill it out. The design of the rack is such that the ball really holds the rack in solid (Minimizing wobble). A hitch pin would not hold a rack or hitch in as solid. Check the box one last time and if not there then just give them a call Monday morning. I'm sure they would help you out getting the rack up and running by next weekend.

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    Received my 1up yesterday. Everyone says pics don't do it justice but damn its true.

    It has to be the most sturdy/looking rack I've ever seen on a vehicle.

    Matches my 12' Focus great. I'm hitching it around but have yet to transport my bike. This week at some point.

    Thanks to all for their info and experiences. My biggest concern was no hitch pin but after seeing how this works Im confident in its retaining abilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Alberto_ View Post
    Received my 1up yesterday. Everyone says pics don't do it justice but damn its true.

    It has to be the most sturdy/looking rack I've ever seen on a vehicle.

    Matches my 12' Focus great. I'm hitching it around but have yet to transport my bike. This week at some point.

    Thanks to all for their info and experiences. My biggest concern was no hitch pin but after seeing how this works Im confident in its retaining abilities.
    Congratulations and enjoy.
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    Nice Trek u got there

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    Here's my 1up rack that I recently installed!


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    I love my 1up Quick Rack. I'm about to order an add-on.
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    Once you go 1UP you can't go to anything else.

    Except maybe in 4 bike applications an NSR-4, sick rack my friend has one.

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    Still loving mine, and the only thing I wish was possible would be height adjustability.
    it is juuust a bit too tall for letting my tailgate down (2nd gen 4Runner)
    Optional lower sideplates or two different sets of holes would rock.


    (eta: or it's a good excuse to get a bit newer vehicle )
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    Work Of Art!!

    Just installed my 1up today. Piece of cake install. I purchased the add on also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloriDave View Post


    Great Idea, Only thing is a Battery operated sawzaw or grinder will make butter of it..I now keep my bike in the car & locked to the floor..
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    Add-Om

    Just got an Add-on for my Quik Rack.
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    Just ordered mine this morning and right after lunch, I received the UPS notification that it should be delivered on Thursday.

    Now if my Etrailer hitch comes in that quick, it will be nice.

    I look forward to getting my bikes off the roof and leaving the front wheel on.

    I also hope it tilts enough to open my hatchback.


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    ^ Yes it will tilt back far enough as it does for my Outback wagon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    ^ Yes it will tilt back far enough as it does for my Outback wagon...
    Thanks Oscar!

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    You're welcome! Enjoy the rack as it is awesome. I should have gotten a sales deal from 1Up as mine has "sold" quite a few of them down here...
    Current ride(s) 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    You're welcome! Enjoy the rack as it is awesome. I should have gotten a sales deal from 1Up as mine has "sold" quite a few of them down here...
    Maybe you can get a % of everything you help sell.

    I had a long talk with my wife over the weekend about getting this rack. In the end, she told me I could not spend money on a new rack so I ordered it this morning. I'm sure the fight will be on when it arrives.

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    It is better to ask for forgiveness than permission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooclosetosee View Post
    It is better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
    Current ride(s) 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooclosetosee View Post
    It is better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
    I normally live by that saying but for some reason I tried to be open and honest this time.

    I tried to play the "made in the USA" card but then she reminded me that I drive a Nissan and own a Yeti...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey44 View Post
    I drive a Nissan ...
    Your Nissan could have been made in the US. They have a huge plant in Tennessee that employs thousands of Americans and buy parts from American auto parts and components manufacturers. My Accord has more domestic content than foreign and assembled in the US so it is actually considered a domestic vehicle according to the government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyride1 View Post
    Your Nissan could have been made in the US. They have a huge plant in Tennessee that employs thousands of Americans and buy parts from American auto parts and components manufacturers. My Accord has more domestic content than foreign and assembled in the US so it is actually considered a domestic vehicle according to the government.
    Valid point...how about my BMW

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