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  • Load larger (taller) bikes first and smallest last. The first and last baskets will not have to obey this rule.
  • Use the sliding baskets to adjust if you have handle bar interference.
  • Road bikes will take a larger area due to handle bar shape.
  • Use the rubber strips brake engagers to engage the brakes by wrapping them around the handle bar and the brake lever.
  • This will take out vertical and horizontal motions out of the bikes.
  • It will also lock your hydraulic fluid in position.
  • If there is any play in the rack, make sure to fully tighten the hitch tightener until all horizontal or vertical movement has been eliminated.
  • The main pivot should be fully tightened and main vertical beam should have a good amount resistance when being lowered, and not fall back naturally.
  • The OSP bolt with rubber housing should be tightened until about a ½ inch of thread is showing past the outside of the nut.
  • See our videos for description on usage.
  • For recommendations to lock the bikes, watch the useful tips video.
  • We don’t recommend using third party extenders or using this rack on a swing away as it may result in damage to the rack and the bikes.
  • If you have any questions give us a call, 801-742-1107
  • Do not operate the rack without a hitch pin and hitch stabilizer fully installed.

 

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