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    Anybody using a hitch mount cargo carrier as a bike rack?

    They sure are less expensive than a T2 or something similar.

    Would it work? Anybody using one? Could I haul two bikes?

    I sure like the price.

    http://www.discountramps.com/hitch-m...go-carrier.htm

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    ya man, if you want to make it easier to haul bikes you could weld places for the wheels to fit into. i've hauled two dirtbikes on one of those racks, so they're definately strong enough
    8BALL UP8

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    I used that rack to carry 2 bikes. I bolted on two fork ups and had to remove the front wheel every time.

    Its an old pic but you get the idea.


    Man I miss that old bronco.

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    Man that IS an Old pic! Nice FSR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kntr
    I used that rack to carry 2 bikes. I bolted on two fork ups and had to remove the front wheel every time.

    Its an old pic but you get the idea.


    Man I miss that old bronco.
    LOVE the Bronco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad andy
    Man that IS an Old pic! Nice FSR!
    1999 Big Hit to be exact... first year of the Big Hit.

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    You can get those aluminum ones for like 50 bucks at Harbor Freight.

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