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Rack is easy to slide into the hitch and does fit in there a little loosely, but the threaded bolt holds it in well. Adds about 15 seconds to the installation time. A little difficult to get the bikes on the rack because of the anti-sway cradles; again adds about 10 seconds to getting the bikes on...
But my beef is with the make of the cradles themselves. What is with the hard plastic? I scratched my brand new bike in 3 places (the 2 top-tube cradles and the seat-tube anti-sway cradle) using this rack. The straps are rubber and stretch, which is good because I am forced to put a shop-rag between the bike and the cradle to prevent further scratching...
Get the comparable Thule, the cradles are rubber(they also fit a bigger diameter tube), so your bike wont get scratched up.
Not really sure about the spoiler look, but it functions great and covers further down the back of the head. Also the rear adjusters are easy to use work well!
I'm using these as my all-around mtb glove and they have good knuck & palm protection. They also look better on then they do in the pics. Would be a 5-star review b/c these gloves are great...except that after only about 6 hours riding the silicone dots that provide a little more grip on the 1st 2 fingers have started to come off. Wouldn't stop me from buying another pair tho!