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Old 07-28-2016, 07:21 PM   #11
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When we brought out 2016 28BHBE, the trailer beside the one we brought had the factory receiver installed and bolted to the frame. We told the dealer we wanted one on ours. The dealer gave us that one (the receiver, since he didn't have any available) and ordered another one to install on the trailer he took ours off of. We haul 5 bikes on it with no issues. Yes, it is rated for 300 pounds. Yes, we moved the spare tire about 12" to the right so the bikes fit on the rack better.


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Old 07-28-2016, 07:58 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by towm8ter View Post
Is it possible to put a hitch receiver on a Jay Flight? I know that certain models can be ordered with one but the one we're looking at on a dealer lot (32BHDS) does not have it.

Need it for a bike rack we would like to use. What would some other options be for hanging bikes off the back if we can't use our rack that mounts into a hitch reciever.

Oh, and where does the spare tire go? Can it be moved off to the side?
My 2016 29BHDS came with it "factory installed" and its a Lippert Components 2" Accessory Receiver, the manual was inside my information pack. Others are right, its just bolted onto angle iron that was mounted on the frame. I think it has a 300lb rating.

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