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Old 06-26-07, 12:03 PM   #1
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What THULE Car Rack do you prefer?

I was reading of the numerous racks that THULE has. Which one do you prefer? Say, for both mountain and road.
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I got the Trailblazer rack. It seems a good all-round rack. I used to take my road bike (touring) and my ride partner's mountain bike all the time.

It's a great rack, but two notes:

1) don't try to go insane tight on the pull straps, they will break
2) be careful to use the little rubber holder for the lock chain. Otherwise it will fall out and drag on the ground (ruining the end so it won't lock anymore).
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