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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickbm3 View Post
    Heres one more for the M3 fans Ive seen here...
    Just got the rack setup over the weekend and Im really excited to be able to use the M to haul my bike now instead of the work van.
    Holy cow! That E30 is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f1rst 1 View Post
    Holy cow! That E30 is beautiful.
    Thanks!
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    Nice E30, I hope you still have the original alloys, not sure those after market jobs really look the business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiRob View Post
    Nice E30, I hope you still have the original alloys, not sure those after market jobs really look the business.
    Yup, definitely not era-correct.
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    My hauler 04 Toyota Sienna

    I used to haul the bikes inside the van. So I bought a trunk mounted rack (as my van does not have a hitch receiver).
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    Quote Originally Posted by drizzoh View Post
    I just have a boring Mazda6...


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    THAT is one sick mazda6, I love that grill!

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    2007 Holden Rodeo Ute. Petrol and thirsty as hell.

    Supplied by my employer with a fuel card

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    [QUOTE=drizzoh;9531054]I just have a boring Mazda6...

    Is that just a Mazda 6 or a Mazdaspeed 6? I used to own the later and it is far from boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiRob View Post
    Nice E30, I hope you still have the original alloys, not sure those after market jobs really look the business.
    I totally agree. The original rims did not come with the car when I bought it, but what I ultimately want to get is a very similar, but more modern, BBS style 5. Unfortunately, the wheels that came with it still roll, and owning a car like this means tying up money in other more crucial areas But one day, yes, those wheels will go in the dumpster
    "That's a niiiiiiiice biiike boy! That a Huffy!?"

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    I think it's a regular Mazda 6 3.0 MTX, love the grill though I'd love mazda to have one

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    '03 Ford ZX2. Installed a hitch receiver and got a Rhode Gear hitch rack. Because of the slope of my top bar and my car being so low I take the front wheel off so it doesn't hit the ground on a slope. The bike rack itself is pretty low and I'm surprised I haven't hit it yet with how far it sticks out. My 29er looks huge on my small car.




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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    Which isn't even close to a real Saab. I own one of these bastard step childs.
    lol, it's just a wrx wagon with a different front and rear end. I considered one before buying my 07 wrx, but there aren't many turbo models up here in canada.

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    Finally remembered to take a pic with my bike still on my car today. BMW 135i with a Seasucker. Love the car and the rack. Wow, amazing how dirty a car can get in one rainstorm.
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    2002 VW Passat Wagon GLX
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    2010 Nissan IMG]http://C:\Users\bob sue\Pictures\2012-08-09 IBSP 08-09-2012[/IMG]
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    ^^^Nice setup but wheres the bikes?

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    Rock dude- bikes in the garage that day!
    you have to grow old but you don't have to grow up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickbm3 View Post
    Heres one more for the M3 fans Ive seen here...
    Just got the rack setup over the weekend and Im really excited to be able to use the M to haul my bike now instead of the work van.
    Love it

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    My work ute for the last 3 months, get a new one in a week or two.
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    My rides ride this:




    Custom made hitch with Swagman XC2

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    Currently they ride inside the hatch of my '97 900 turbo. My road bikes and 26" MTBs go right in with both wheels on. My 29er does not fit nearly as well however and is a bit of a wrestling match even with the front wheel off.


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    Mustang HELP!!

    Hello Everyone, I am new to biking and to the forum. I just bought a 2013 Trek Superfly AL Elite. I love it over my Mamba that I have. I have a 2011 Mustang GT that I was wondering if anybody had solutions for a bike rack. I have the three stripe setup so I am concerned about the rack rubbing against the stripes and making abrasion marks. If any of you are using a rack, what make/model are you using and how do you like it? Trying to stay away from the trailer hitch... Thanks for any help!
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    '13 Trek Mamba/shimano-m780/pro taper carbon 720 AM bars/
    '13 Trek Madone 4.5/shimano ultegra 6700.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdaly1 View Post
    Hello Everyone, I am new to biking and to the forum. I just bought a 2013 Trek Superfly AL Elite. I love it over my Mamba that I have. I have a 2011 Mustang GT that I was wondering if anybody had solutions for a bike rack. I have the three stripe setup so I am concerned about the rack rubbing against the stripes and making abrasion marks. If any of you are using a rack, what make/model are you using and how do you like it? Trying to stay away from the trailer hitch... Thanks for any help!
    You'd be a prime candidate for a Seasucker. Check out our thread going on here:

    Seasucker?

    and here is the link to their site:
    SeaSucker | Bike Racks

    They work fantastic and they hold the bike so tight on the car, they aren't going anywhere. You can put it on and take it off in seconds, not a permanent fixture like a Thule or Yakima. PM me if you have any questions!

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    f1rst 1, Thanks a bunch!! I will check this product out! Forums are so helpful while my LBS is not at times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdaly1 View Post
    f1rst 1, Thanks a bunch!! I will check this product out! Forums are so helpful while my LBS is not at times...
    No problem, glad I could help. These racks really are awesome, there aren't many shops that sell them, so you'll probably end up buying one online if you go this route. There are a few members on here that sell them at their shops. (proedgebiker)
    SALE ON SeaSucker BIKE RACKS - FREE 2 DAY SHIPPING I bought mine directly from Seasucker...

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    excellent! And thanks again!

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    I got mine from ProEdgeBiker as well. 2013 GT.


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    Perfect! What model did you get? Is there a way to lock these or prevent them from being stolen? Or is it just too easy to take all the suction pods off and take the bike. Not a big deal but still a concern..

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    Ok did some reading and according to the Talon which is what your looks like you can get the upgrade (For $15, you can upgrade to the Delta Bike Hitch Pro fork mount. The standard fork mount is, well, pretty standard. The Delta upgrade, though, is lockable and is a little more heavy-duty. The real reason to get the upgrade, though, is that the Delta fork mount opens much wider when you release the lever. This means that once you have it set for your bike’s fork, you don’t have to tighten or loosen the acorn nut on the opposite side every time you put your bike in or take your bike out of the mount as you do have to do with the standard fork mount)... So that looks like a great upgrade. But are the suction pods easy to just remove and take the whole thing?

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    as far as I know, every Seasucker comes with the Delta fork mount now. I bought mine about 5 months ago and it came on it standard. Check with your reseller though...and you can get anchors for them (that you can put a cable lock through), they go on your window or in your trunk/hatch but some people have had issues with them....I just put a lock through our bikes and sometimes through the fork adapter and then I don't plan on leaving them unattended very long. When you're riding though, you just take the whole rack off your car so there is nothing to worry about when riding.

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    I have the Delta upgrade on mine. It's really nice once you figure out how to use it. As mentioned above, you don't leave the rack on the car, because, yeah, it doesn't take long to get the whole rack off the car. I would say you could have the bike off and the rack off in less than 30 seconds. There is a locking system that runs through the car via the windows I guess. Not going to try that though.

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    10-4. Back to the LBS I go. This sport is getting to be real expensive. ahaha

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    This was parked at the trail head

    Ferrari California a $208,000.00 automobile







    wondering what kind of bike the guy was riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post
    This was parked at the trail head

    Ferrari California a $208,000.00 automobile







    wondering what kind of bike the guy was riding?
    A huffy. Lol
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    Wow, nice ride.

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    Nissan Xterra
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    I have a Monde ST with Ford roof bars and Thule Proride 591. Worth there weight in golg when the bikes are muddy lol...

    I'll add some images when I hit that magic 10 post count lol

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    Oh and just a quick note....I wouldn't be putting any bike on my Ferrari California incase I dented it lol.

    Quality transport solution though.

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    I can't post pictures yet but mine are:

    2007 dodge 2500 4x4 cummins, with a 5 bike removable above bed rack and the option of my 4 bike hitch rack for a total of 9 bikes on one vehicle

    2012 Hyundai Veloster with kuat hitch rack

    1979 Jeep wagoneer- put the bikes in the back however they will fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by centexells View Post
    I can't post pictures yet but mine are:

    2007 dodge 2500 4x4 cummins, with a 5 bike removable above bed rack and the option of my 4 bike hitch rack for a total of 9 bikes on one vehicle

    2012 Hyundai Veloster with kuat hitch rack

    1979 Jeep wagoneer- put the bikes in the back however they will fit
    Two thumbs up on the cummins, I got a '06 2500
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    '13 Trek Madone 4.5/shimano ultegra 6700.

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    VW T5 - Perfect for shuttling.

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    2007 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT - it seems to be the perfect vehicle for any bike, dirt bike and motorcycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehdually View Post
    05 Tacoma
    that thing is freaking sweet. You gotta love Tacos

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    Thanks man! It does the job! I'll have to throw up some pics fully loaded

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    Goddamn I love Ferraris. I saw a Ferrari FF last week at Vietnam (popular spot here in Mass). Not everyday you see a $350,000 car near the trail head.
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    hi everyone

    im new to the forum, i drive a 2012 hyundai elantra touring with a roof rack.. it has tons of cargo room with the seats down as well i think 65 cubic feet... im currently shopping around for a bike... pics when ig et enough posts.

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    my ride gets to ride in the back of "class"
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordDRIFT View Post


    my bike frame has the same top tube under cabling system like yours, just wondering does it cause abrasion to the frame by straping on the car bike rack~? mine has an open cable system in the middle section which i have yet to use my saris solo or i have to get additional saris bike beam~? thanks.

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    2006 Volkswagen Golf (: I'll post a picture when I figure out how

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    1. Create account at free hosting site like Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket
    2. Upload picture to free hosting site.
    3. Copy IMG tag to post.
    4. Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFiganator View Post
    2006 Volkswagen Golf (: I'll post a picture when I figure out how
    Let me google that for you

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    That would be funny, had I not posted full and easy to use instructions 2 hours before you. That link is cute and all, but really, not necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason81 View Post
    A huffy. Lol
    nah it could be Next! haha

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    1995 Toyota Land Cruiser lifted with 33"! Sorry, can't post a pic just yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse101 View Post
    here is mine..its a 2010 SVT Raptor, without a doubt it can get me to any trail

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    Nice tiregate! I have the same truck just in a different flavor,'10 Raptor in Molten orange

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    Not the best tool for the job, but it's a pretty good swiss army knife.





    Daily driver + weekend track car + bike transport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radiantm3 View Post
    Not the best tool for the job, but it's a pretty good swiss army knife.



    Daily driver + weekend track car + bike transport.
    You'll beat everyone to the trailhead for sure! Love the carbon fiber roof on the E92!
    I'm unique, just like everyone else....

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    ^great pics^

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    '86 4Runner

    I'd post a pic, but apparently I'm new and don't have enough posts to include a link. I love being treated like a child.

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    My 29er fits inside this C-Crosser without removing the tyres. (Mitsubishi platform) this is the best bike carrier. I once fitted x3 race bikes inside taking the front tyres off. I layer it like a cake, blanket in between each bike.





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    Only x1 race bike fits in here, in the photo I fitted 60 plants to create a mini garden in the TT.


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    Honda with hitch rack.

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    Used to be this 2006 Chevy with room for 5 guys, bikes and gear but 15mpg


    Now it's this Honda. Once I add 2 on the roof rack, it'll haul 4 and get 25mpg. I still miss my truck though.

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    My new ute for the next few months
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    Her name is Simba

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    I'm doing a minor restoration on the below 81 F150. Its main job will be to haul my bikes and of course any other little task I need a truck bed for. I'm a bit of a gear head so you guys/gals get to read more about it than you care to know. 63k miles on truck, original paint that needed a lot of buffing. 302 with gt40p heads, edelbrock performer intake, holley 600cfm 4150 (probably to big), ceramic coated ford racing gt40p shorty headers, stock cam. The suspension consists of NOS 1st gen lightning coils, 2" drop hangers in the back(not installed in picture) and edelbrock ias shocks for a 1st gen lightning. I am going to pull the interior and put in sound deadening along with a new stereo. Nothing crazy here, just a cd player with usb, some decent speakers in the doors and a small amp and 10" behind the seat. The wheels are knockoff Cragar Soft 8s in 17x8 with 275/60/17 Nitto 420s tires. The brakes will be left stock because they are more than adequate for this swiss cheese framed lightweight truck. To explain that, Ford cut large holes in the 80 and early 81 f150 frames to make it as light as possible. It has an aod so I can stick some deep gears in the 9" later on. It's also getting a spray in bedliner soon. At some point I'm going to put on new bumpers that don't have the horns and plastic and get some low back buckets done up in red leather to replace the red and silver bench seat.


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    loaded and ready for ice on the trail :


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    1999 e36 m3

    Fun on the backroads on the way to the trail. I can attest to the strength and lateral stability of the Thule Swingarm. Easiest rack to get the bike on and off that I've ever owned. (I've owned a few other Thule and Yakama models)

    The family car is a 03 Toyota Landcruiser with a 4 bike rack on the hitch.
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    Fully loaded 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid with Yakima racks.
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    Here's mine.
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    03 Honda Si

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    I'll have to get a pic up soon. '98 Ford Ranger XLT. Cherry Red.

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    i got a 90 f150 4x4 w/4 spd. it has the straight 6 and i painted it rattle can camo. looking for a topper for it so the canoe can ride on top, bikes on back, and the wife and i dont have to set up a tent anymore!

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    buddy at my LBS back in Pensacola had something similar (convertable but similar style Ferrari)... guy literally tossed his $15,000 road bike into the passenger seat, chain ring digging into the leather... ouch.

    Quote Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post
    This was parked at the trail head

    Ferrari California a $208,000.00 automobile



    wondering what kind of bike the guy was riding?
    - Surly Disc trucker
    - '82 trek 560 roadie

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    Can't post pictures yet I believe due to post count but my 'rides ride' is a 2007 Acura TL Type S.

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    My '12 Audi A5

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    that rack has been returned cuz it is kind of a pita. Considering other options...
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    My SB95's Ride




    (Depends on the terrain I'm trying to get to)

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    Quote Originally Posted by f1rst 1 View Post
    Finally remembered to take a pic with my bike still on my car today. BMW 135i with a Seasucker. Love the car and the rack. Wow, amazing how dirty a car can get in one rainstorm.
    Awesome! I have a 2009 135, same color. I ordered a hitch for it, hoping to have it soon so I can use my rack on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickv02 View Post
    Awesome! I have a 2009 135, same color. I ordered a hitch for it, hoping to have it soon so I can use my rack on the back.
    Sweet! What a great car. I just ordered a '13 335i xDrive M Sport in Estoril Blue last week. My time is limited with mine now...putting it up for sale next week.

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    Just recently traded in my Ram 2500 for something slightly more economical and "family friendly", that will hopefully allow me to get to some further riding spots.
    2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS
    I'm not big-boned, I'm a Clyde.

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    2006 Duramax 4x4 Crew Cab with a 1Up hitch rack.

    Can't post pics because I'm a newb...............but I'm sure that this set up is pretty easy to picture.........

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    when there is a parking lot.....



    when there is not a parking lot....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Slc View Post
    when there is a parking lot.....



    when there is not a parking lot....

    Nice!

    Paint or plasti dip on the Audi?

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    I am guessing that Audi is vinyl wrapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Slc View Post
    when there is a parking lot.....


    when there is not a parking lot....
    damn that Audi is H-O-T !

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    I havent been on here much lately. Sold my 02 Camaro SS 35th LE and bought a new ride. Im reasearching rack options as I type this.


    2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX SE, Modded, makes a little over 400whp. Blast to drive.

    No good pics yet, this is christmas day in an Oklahoma winter.

    2010 Giant Yukon FX
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    Bike Weight Lost: 2.48lbs (1124g)

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    Here is mine. My bikes ride on a 1upUSA rack on the back of my Jeep.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSlow35th View Post
    I havent been on here much lately. Sold my 02 Camaro SS 35th LE and bought a new ride. Im reasearching rack options as I type this.


    2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX SE, Modded, makes a little over 400whp. Blast to drive.

    No good pics yet, this is christmas day in an Oklahoma winter.

    Good choice and congrats!

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    Thanks. The Camaro was fun but I got tired of the auto trans and she was getting on in miles. I have a goal of 500awhp by this time next year with the evo which shouldnt be to hard to hit.
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    Bike Weight Lost: 2.48lbs (1124g)

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    I have 2004 citroen c5 tourer. Oh god, i hate that car so much...

    I wish someone just burn that f***ing crap!!!

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    New whip - 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek with a Yakima Highroller rack


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    Nice! Did you cross shop anything else?

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