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    2010 Challenger

    Any one have a "Chally" with a bike rack? What do you recommend.

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    I have a '12 I use a Saris Freedom 2 bike hitch rack. As of now there isn't an option other than a hitch rack and most of them don't clear the bumper. I'm still trying to wrap my head around shooting holes in the roof to add a rack up there too because I need to move four bikes frequently and skis/cargo box in the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I have a '12 I use a Saris Freedom 2 bike hitch rack. As of now there isn't an option other than a hitch rack and most of them don't clear the bumper. I'm still trying to wrap my head around shooting holes in the roof to add a rack up there too because I need to move four bikes frequently and skis/cargo box in the winter.
    Pictures please!!

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    If I can get this to work, then surely there is something that will work for a challenger (you can barely see the reciever or only see it if you really know what you are looking for and look from just the right angle, otherwise you almost never see it. I got a strut-tower brace up front that helps "tie" the front together, I think the rear reciever does the same to an extent for the rear, coupled with the other suspension mods, it makes for a pretty tight handling car. Pulling mid .9LGs stock, should be at about at least 1.0 with the mods.
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    looks good, maybe you have something there...

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    My dad and I both used a Saris Bones on our Mustang GTs (with spoilers) for a long time... worked great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBRsteve View Post
    My dad and I both used a Saris Bones on our Mustang GTs (with spoilers) for a long time... worked great.
    Picture please.... thanks

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    Sorry don't have any pics but will get you some soon.

    We can't use ANY trunk racks on this car. The way the trunk lid turns up at the front the hooks won't hold so don't even try. The only way to do a rack on this car is a hitch rack.

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    NICE camaro!

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