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    1Up Rack Question?

    I have a 29er, FS and a road bike, will the rack have to be re-adjusted each time I carry on of the two bikes?
    and if so, is the adjustment easy and fast to accmodate each bike?

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    1Up Rack Question?

    No adjustment required. Just slide the arms tight.

    Unless you're carrying a kid's bike or a BMX, you don't need to adjust the arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive View Post
    No adjustment required. Just slide the arms tight.

    Unless you're carrying a kid's bike or a BMX, you don't need to adjust the arms.
    Sounds great! I think I should go for this rack over the Kuat NV and or a less expensive hanging rack. I just plan on taking the rack off the car, Subaru Forester, after each use.

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