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    LoD Offroad Bike Rack

    Hello readers,

    Want to take bikes on your trip? Not sure how to attach them? Don't want to use a sketchy hitch-mounted carrier? We have developed, and will soon be releasing, an add-on bike rack for those of you who wish to stay mobile, and take your bike on your adventures! It holds two bikes comfortably, and attaches securely and conveniently to the Destroyer tire carrier trail rack setup. It allows you to carry everything you normally would, but with two bikes added into the mix, and allows the user to operate the tailgate without having to remove anything off the back.

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    That's pretty slick. Will this work with the signature series bumper and carrier? If not any plans to make one for that bumper?

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    Looks great! Will it work with the JK destroyer carrier?

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    Looks good, very nice!

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    Yep, it should work fine!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    Looks great! Will it work with the JK destroyer carrier?

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    The best info on that can be found by calling our sales line at 7653850631!

    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    That's pretty slick. Will this work with the signature series bumper and carrier? If not any plans to make one for that bumper?

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    that is pretty awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
    Hello readers,

    Want to take bikes on your trip? Not sure how to attach them? Don't want to use a sketchy hitch-mounted carrier? We have developed, and will soon be releasing, an add-on bike rack for those of you who wish to stay mobile, and take your bike on your adventures! It holds two bikes comfortably, and attaches securely and conveniently to the Destroyer tire carrier trail rack setup. It allows you to carry everything you normally would, but with two bikes added into the mix, and allows the user to operate the tailgate without having to remove anything off the back.

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    Did you just write "a sketchy hitch-mounted carrier" and then plug a top tube dangling, no stability, frame damaging rack?

    Sorry but no serious bike owner is going to use this. First of all, very few high end bikes can be safely carried by the top tube. Second, the swinging that will ensue the moment you go off road will cause severe damage to the bikes as they collide with each other and your Jeep.

    Hitch mounted racks are the gold standard of stability. Especially racks like 1upUSA, Northshore racks and Alta racks. All of these are rated for off road driving. They don't touch your frame at all and won't hand you a destroyed bike frame once you get to the trailhead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dougnuts View Post
    Did you just write "a sketchy hitch-mounted carrier" and then plug a top tube dangling, no stability, frame damaging rack?

    Sorry but no serious bike owner is going to use this. First of all, very few high end bikes can be safely carried by the top tube. Second, the swinging that will ensue the moment you go off road will cause severe damage to the bikes as they collide with each other and your Jeep.

    Hitch mounted racks are the gold standard of stability. Especially racks like 1upUSA, Northshore racks and Alta racks. All of these are rated for off road driving. They don't touch your frame at all and won't hand you a destroyed bike frame once you get to the trailhead.


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    Did you just use this for your first post? Don't buy it then.. Mr HighEnd bike guy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougnuts View Post
    Did you just write "a sketchy hitch-mounted carrier" and then plug a top tube dangling, no stability, frame damaging rack?

    Sorry but no serious bike owner is going to use this. First of all, very few high end bikes can be safely carried by the top tube. Second, the swinging that will ensue the moment you go off road will cause severe damage to the bikes as they collide with each other and your Jeep.

    Hitch mounted racks are the gold standard of stability. Especially racks like 1upUSA, Northshore racks and Alta racks. All of these are rated for off road driving. They don't touch your frame at all and won't hand you a destroyed bike frame once you get to the trailhead.


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