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    Identify this rack please?

    can someone help me identify this rear bike carrier?
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    It's definitely an older model passage rack.....

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    It's an ad on Craigslist saying he wants $150. He said he paid $259 for it a year ago and he doesn't know the model.

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    he's nuts...that rack never cost that much....

    brand new $125.95.

    Thule 911XT Passage Trunk Mounted Rack for 3 Bikes

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    [QUOTE=slumpey;9560034]It may be this...


    I think you are right...everything matches.

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    alright...I have another question. I found a Thule 911 Passage 3(picture below). After doing research online I can't seem to find a regular 911 Passage 3. The ones that I find online says "911xt". Is there a difference with the "XT" model or is it the same thing?

    EDIT: Just found out it was discontinued and replaced with the XT model. Anyone know the difference?
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    The link I provided is from Performance Bike and they are selling it for under $79.99. Not sure what your budget is, but it would be new and not used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slumpey View Post
    The link I provided is from Performance Bike and they are selling it for under $79.99. Not sure what your budget is, but it would be new and not used.
    yea but I read some reviews and almost everyone said it scratches the car. So I'm gonna pass on that rack. But I appreciated your help!

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    most rear/trunk racks will probably scratch your paint if not cleaned first before applying. Both the rack and surface of the car.

    For me, I ended up going with a SeaSucker Talon bike rack. This is a thread in the "car & bike" forum which discusses it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slumpey View Post
    most rear/trunk racks will probably scratch your paint if not cleaned first before applying. Both the rack and surface of the car.

    For me, I ended up going with a SeaSucker Talon bike rack. This is a thread in the "car & bike" forum which discusses it.
    wow, never seen one of those before. Pretty neat concept. It's way out of my budget though. I'm trying to stay under $100 and it has to be a 3 bike carrier.

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