Softride Element Universal Hitch 4-Bike RackItem Number: 12895605
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Transport your bikes with the Softride ® Element Universal Hitch 4-Bike Rack. This rack is designed to transport 4 bikes or up to 120 lbs and still provide rear access of your vehicle. Pull the pin for quick up and down maneuverability and when not in use lower the arms in the vertical position.
- Holds up to 4 bikes or 120 lbs
- Parallelogram design for easy rear vehicle access
- QuietRide and tightening anti-rattle hitch bolt
- Spring loaded with a quick release pull pin handle
- Soft, rubberized cradles and rugged tie-down straps
- Accommodates children/adult bikes
- Safety reflectors for nighttime visibility
- Arms fold away when not in use
- Adjustable width arms accommodate large range of bikes
- Class II or higher receivers
- Weight: 35 lbs
- Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
- Model: 26248
For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-888-258-7286.
Country of Origin: China
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hank does not work well with beach cruiser bikes We tried all the different positiins and had to bend fenders to get bike on the rack August 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rich2 Works as shown but.... Have been using this for a few years. It works as shown but be warned that you have to really be strong enough to push a full set of bikes back in the upright position. We put 4 bikes that are all heavy comfort style bikes and that sucker is tough to push up when we have it in the drop position to get to the back. Also, the biggest complaint are the hangers, they are so big that you really have to struggle with bikes that do not have a completely strait top tube. The original rubber straps that came with our unit were thin and broke quickly but we ordered replacements from the company and the new versions were much stronger. I am sure at this point the unit is shipped with the new rubber straps so that should not be an issue anymore. August 7, 2013
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