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RockyMountsSplitRail LS 2-Bike Hitch Rack

Sale 15% OffCurrent price:$549.95 Original price:$649.95

Item # RMO0019

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Why We Like The SplitRail LS 2-Bike Hitch Rack

RockyMounts used their popular SplitRail to develop the SplitRail LS 2-Bike Hitch Rack. This rack goes beyond the basics, adding a platform to the classic hitch rack. The SplitRail secures our bikes without contacting the frames, and instead uses its deep wheel wells, ratchet straps, and adjustable arms to secure the bike by the wheels.

RockyMounts equipped the SplitRail to accommodate everything from your son's cruiser to your aero tri bike, with each strut including four inches of side-to-side adjustment to ensure you get a secure fit on different frame sizes. The SplitRail isn't picky; it works with any bike with wheels between 20 and 29 inches, and was built with space for plus-sized tires.

  • Durable aluminum and chromoly steel hitch bike rack
  • 2in size weighs just 44lbs fully assembled
  • Deep wheel wells for a secure feel
  • Tool-free installation gets you on the road quickly
  • Accommodates a wide range of wheelbases and tires
  • Includes locking hitch pin to secure rack to vehicle
  • Stow, Use, and Tilt positions adapt the rack to the moment's needs

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Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Tech Specs
Bike Capacitytwo 60lb
Compatibility[tires] (diameter) 20-29in, (width) 3in, [wheelbase] 34-50in
Locks Includedcable, hitchpin
Part Number 11404
Recommended Usetravel
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

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>Rating: 3

good but not great

very great affordable bike rack compared to others on the market. however, if you own a Jeep Wrangler, do not expect to be able to open your swing gate, even when you lay the rack "flat"

Why would anybody drive a wrangler