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    Inno Tire Hold Hitch rack

    Anyone have experience with the hitch mount version of the Inno Tire Hold rack? Pricing looks a little less expensive than the 1UP with the same bike mounting method.
    1) Specs say it's good for a 2.7" tire, but can it really hold a 3"?
    2) If an additional tray is added, how tight are the bikes? The bar doesn't extend, a rack tray is just added.
    3) I saw reference to using it on smooth road only, on rougher roads is just too wobbly?

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    Sorry, I don't know anything about the 'Inno', but the 1Up USA rack works just fine with a Innova 29X3 tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVbldr View Post
    Anyone have experience with the hitch mount version of the Inno Tire Hold rack? Pricing looks a little less expensive than the 1UP with the same bike mounting method.
    1) Specs say it's good for a 2.7" tire, but can it really hold a 3"?
    2) If an additional tray is added, how tight are the bikes? The bar doesn't extend, a rack tray is just added.
    3) I saw reference to using it on smooth road only, on rougher roads is just too wobbly?
    I wrote a review on this rack. As for holding a 3", I probably couldn't really help you. I ride a 2.3 myself and have put a 2.5 on there as well. I usually run 2 or 3 on mine and its still pretty roomy since its made to hold 4. There isn't as much wobble on rough roads as the Thule, Yakima or Kuat. Its actually quite a stable rack.

    You can see how much room there is with just two bikes. I can slide the rear all the way back.

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    I have been eying this rack, but I have read that it's pretty heavy, does it seem heavy to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trener1 View Post
    I have been eying this rack, but I have read that it's pretty heavy, does it seem heavy to you?
    Its heavy but also sturdy.

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    I have the roof mount version of this and love it! So easy to use, and holds the bike very securely. Also, mine has been on my roof through 2 New England winters and still looks great. No corrosion or peeling paint, in fact the plastic is barely faded.

    I'd like to go hitch rack though, I'm average height but getting it on and off the car can be a pain. I think once I pick up a hitch, converting my rack shouldn't be that difficult.
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