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    HIFI will it fit in a standard 6 foot pick up bed?

    Hi, I wanted to get the bike stand that attaches to the inside of the tail gate and lets you transport your bike inside the pick up bed with the tire on...Is a med. hifi too long to fit in length wise in a standard size s-10 pick up bed? Want to order the stand before the bike arrives thanks...for any info...Ben

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    The great thing about the HiFi is that the rear wheel folds up into the frame very nicely. So it should fit fine.
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    I thought about making that joke in my initial post, but figured I would let you have your fun...I mentioned that mine was medium...so that you would look even more foolish...thanks for your wit...I am sure nobody else had really thought of that....Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by compression
    The great thing about the HiFi is that the rear wheel folds up into the frame very nicely. So it should fit fine.
    Hi Fi Failure
    I told you guys this was a feature not a flaw.
    "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated" -- Mark Twain.

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    My L HiFi messured 72.5" from tire to tire. That is unfolded of course, it would be much shorter folded.

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    My specialized enduro does not fit in lengthwise in my pickup bed (mazda B2000), so I just lay it down.

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    Look up the wheelbase # on the fisher site and add the diameter of a wheel and tire. That should be the overall length of any bike.

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    I fit my hifi in the trunk of my wifes toyota to take it back to the shop. That folding feature is really nice

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    I'd bet the return postage expense it will fit. I have a Trek Liquid Large, nearly identical geometry that fits into my S-10 with a couple inches to spare. The bed of the truck is actually just under 75" if you measure from Under the lip (which your bike tire will just clear under) at the very front of the bed to the tail-gate depressions in the back.

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