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    Fatbike bike racks

    What are the options out there? How are they working out?

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    Saris Superclamp 4 stock

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    Rocky mounts Brass Knuckles has a kit to adapt it to a fatback.

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    The 1up rack with the adapters fits 5 inch tires no problem. Best part is the adapters can stay on the rack permanently and it'll still carry road bikes in the summer. Nothing half assed.
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    Fatbike bike racks

    One of the cheapest options is the Highland Sport Wing. Available in 2 or 4 bike, as well as aluminum or steel.

    I have the 2 bike aluminum version, and use it with my On One fatty, no problem. I did have to use bungee cords for the wheels, as the rubber straps will break the first time you try to use them in the cold.

    It is super light and easy to put on/take off the car, but there is quite a bit of play and movement in the whole system.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post
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    This is what I have right now.
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    I added the fat bike tray (part number 919) to my T2 and it's nice. However, my Fatboy Ground Control tires are too wide to sit all the way down into the tray so the T2's arm will not easily slide over the front tire. The only way I can get the arm over the tire is to let just about all the air out of the front tire and forcibly push and pull the arm over the tire. It's not easy at all and takes a lot more effort than I wish. If I was using a fat tire like a 3.5" or so I don't think I would have the issue I have now.

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