Thule 964 Revolver w/frame adapter vs SportRack 4EZ-
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    Thule 964 Revolver w/frame adapter vs SportRack 4EZ


    I am wondering which would be the better choice between

    1. Thule 964 Recolver with a Thule 982 Frame Adapter for the bikes.


    2. Sportrack 4EZ which uses a different method to mount the bike not requiring a frame adapter however I have heard that it does bounce around a bit.

    I have a specialized stumpjumper frs which has a unusual frame which does not have a straight bar which normally mounts on bike racks. So I am forced to either use the adapter or use a different type of mount like the one found on the sportrack 4EZ

    Please let me know which one you would think is the best choice for traveling.

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    I can't comment on the Thule, but I do use the 2 bike version of the Sportrack.

    I have a Marin Rift Zone, so I know what your talking about regarding the frame. I keep the rack on my car so I can haul the kids bikes to grandma's house during the day. On the weekends, I haul my Marin and my buddies Blur to the trails. It's been a great rack. Super easy to use, and hauls the bikes worry free. I can easily lock the bikes to the car chasis underneath with a cable lock.

    Good rack for the price.

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