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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 bikeís fork, you donít 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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    '13 Trek Madone 4.5/shimano ultegra 6700.

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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
    '13 Trek Mamba/shimano-m780/pro taper carbon 720 AM bars/
    '13 Trek Madone 4.5/shimano ultegra 6700.

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    VW T5 - Perfect for shuttling.

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    05 Tacoma
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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
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    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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