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06-30-2008 11:57 PM
Triple88a lol i rather mount it on the roof
http://www.quadratec.com/products/92024_3000_07.htm
06-30-2008 11:24 AM
Neil F. I also have a Thule (don't remember which model). It has a very long hitch connection.
06-20-2008 08:09 AM
Jeepfan yakima spare joe should do it..
05-02-2008 11:54 AM
holefreak Anyone know of a spare tire rack that will clear 33's? Thanks!
06-24-2006 09:46 AM
Tdad Thanks for the info guys. I ended up getting a Thule 957 "Parkway" because it cleared my spare and because the arms were close enough to fit my kids' bikes small frames. That, and my local bike shop hooked me up with a good deal.
06-22-2006 08:52 AM
bluvikng
A Rack for anything

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Originally Posted by 409biscayne
Finally something i might be able to help with . I just bought a 4 bike rack from Yakima . I just measured from the mounted 225 / 75 / 15 spare on the factory alloy rim on the factory spare carrier , it's 5.75 inch to the upright bar . From the hitch pin to the upright it's right at 11 in.
Sorry i didn't keep the box , so i'll have to see if i can come up with model nbr . You may be able to find it at : performancebike.com
Good luck ....................................... 409.

You are absolutely right...........you found the pot of Gold for people that want to carry things from bicycles, kayaks, snowboards, etc. I looked up Yakima, and found this site.
http://www.rackattack.com/
06-22-2006 12:25 AM
409biscayne Check out Yakima Little Horn 4 , that's it . And it's on sale .
After i buy mine ofcourse .
06-22-2006 12:19 AM
409biscayne
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tdad
Looking for input/suggestions for a 4-bike, hitch mounted rack that will clear a 32x11.50 spare on the stock carrier. I need 9" minimum from the hitch pin hole to the closest vertical piece of the rack.
Anybody have one that fits that bill????
Thanks.
Finally something i might be able to help with . I just bought a 4 bike rack from Yakima . I just measured from the mounted 225 / 75 / 15 spare on the factory alloy rim on the factory spare carrier , it's 5.75 inch to the upright bar . From the hitch pin to the upright it's right at 11 in.
Sorry i didn't keep the box , so i'll have to see if i can come up with model nbr . You may be able to find it at : performancebike.com
Good luck ....................................... 409.
06-21-2006 08:21 PM
bluvikng http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr...p?kw=bike+rack
06-21-2006 06:01 PM
Tdad
Which bike rack?

Looking for input/suggestions for a 4-bike, hitch mounted rack that will clear a 32x11.50 spare on the stock carrier. I need 9" minimum from the hitch pin hole to the closest vertical piece of the rack.
Anybody have one that fits that bill????
Thanks.

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