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post #31 of 37
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3.5 has limited choices for Thule, the T2 is not available, Yakima might be the way to go. 
 

Phil - We just put a Thule Ridgeline 4 onto the Jeep.  When you get back from Tahoe we can swing by so you can check it out.  Works for both 2" and 1.25" mounts. 

We got this one over the others since it has the anti-sway devices for each bike, as well as an integrated lock cable thats part of the rack itself.

http://www.thule.com/en/US/Products/BikeCarriers/Hitch/21726.aspx
post #32 of 37
I have an older Thule similar to the Ridgeline.  I wouldn't go real far, but I have also put Tandems and recumbent bikes on it and I don't think you could do that with trays. 
post #33 of 37
 http://www.ridemonkey.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216955

These guys are hauling 40+ lb DH bikes on their racks.
post #34 of 37
 Down to one of the Yakimas. Which one? 
post #35 of 37
 I think I'd do the Holdup.
post #36 of 37
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 Down to one of the Yakimas. Which one? 



Dont you, like, need a new car before you get a rack?
post #37 of 37
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Dont you, like, need a new car before you get a rack?


 Uh.. don't confuse me with facts. 
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