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    Senior Member Ebbtide's Avatar
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    3 bike car rack, $22.94 to your door.

    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...u=12039&brand=

    19.99 - 10% + 4.95 shipping. Not a bad deal for under 25 bucks.

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    Sweetened with Splenda
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    Anyone used one of those? I think I'm going to bite...

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    I don't have the exact same thing but a cheapo that a friend gave me. Mine can hold two bikes but I only trust it with one which it does well. The only thing you have to look out for is scratching up the back of your car with the pedals, the rack, etc.

    KS

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    I used one of those a long time ago. The only problem is when you turn from a level road onto an incline. It's possible for the bike tires to drop down low enough to hit the ground.
    "You never fail, you simply produce results. Learn from these" - Anonymous

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    Senior Member Ebbtide's Avatar
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    I've used low end and high end models of similar design. They fit on just about any car and are great for day trips/weekends. I just bought a used one for a friend at the goodwill for the same price. Can't go wrong, use the 15% coupon code and it only cost $20.00.

    (I should work for Nashbar)

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