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    Need a cheap bike rack

    Looking for a cheap bike rack. only needs to be able to carry a max of 2 bikes. trunk mount prefered. probably going on a 95 toyota camry if it matters.

    Isnt there anything out there in the $50ish price range?

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    delta hunchrack

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike627
    Looking for a cheap bike rack. only needs to be able to carry a max of 2 bikes. trunk mount prefered. probably going on a 95 toyota camry if it matters.

    Isnt there anything out there in the $50ish price range?
    Not sure of price, but I've used the delta hunchrack for years on a hatchback wagon and a Taurus. I love how you connect the bike via the fork just like roof racks.

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    Performance XPort

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike627
    Looking for a cheap bike rack. only needs to be able to carry a max of 2 bikes. trunk mount prefered. probably going on a 95 toyota camry if it matters.

    Isnt there anything out there in the $50ish price range?
    I have the 3 bike version and it's been fine for local usage for me. I would have reservations taking it on long trips though. Here's a link:

    http://www.performancebike.com/shop/...tegory_ID=4412
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    first of all, thanks for the comments.

    The maiden voyage will be 8 hours on interstate... so theXport might nto be the best one.

    also, that hunch rack looks neat, but i would prefer not having to remove the front wheel.

    PS if anyone wants to sell me a used one in good shape that would be swell, too.

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