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Swagman XC - 2 Bike Rack

List price: $162.00

Price: $159.95

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Product description

Swagmans #1 seller due to its ability to carry almost any bike on the market. The XC is loaded with features and fits 2" or 1-1/4" receivers. 2 bike rack.

  • Swagmans best seller
  • Fits all styles and shapes of bikes
  • Fits 2" or 1-1/4" receivers with a built in anti wobble hitch devise
  • Carries two bikes
  • Center arm folds down to allow access to the rear of the vehicle without removing the rack
  • Side arms fold up for smaller storage
  • Upright ratchet arms adjusts easily for greater security
  • Ratchet arm is lockable using a small pad lock.
  • Part number: 64650

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Customer reviews Swagman XC - 2 Bike Rack

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Easy to assemble, good price!

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

The rack does wiggle some in the hitch, it doesn't seem to fit quite right, but we may be able to figure something out to fix that.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Very good choice we made highly recommend sturdy n. strong

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Two bikes fit nicely on this rack. Traveled on a 6 hour drive from Chicago to northern Michigan without any issues through all sorts of conditions. Bikes were secure the entire time and road beautifully for this 12 hour round-trip excursion. This bike rack was roughly $100 less than others employing the same concept. Before purchasing I looked the item up on Amazon and read comments, which are very helpful: (1) To avoid scratches on bike put a small towel under securing arm which presses and holds bikes in place. (2) Use your own bungee cords to secure bike to bike rack as the bikes will not stay on while only using the holding arms. I used 2 bungees for the wheels (one for each tire loop) and an additional 2 bungee cords to secure the frame to the upright bar (one high and one low). (3) The wingnuts used to secure loops are insufficient. Take the bolt to a hardware store and get 4 that are fully threaded (the 4 included are only partially threaded which does not permit fully tightening to bike frame) along with washers, lock washers, and nuts. I paid only $6-$7 for this additional hardware and spent only a few minutes to obtain it. Overall, I highly recommend this bike rack.

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