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Old 02-15-2011, 09:02 AM   #1
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New bike racks

I was wondering if anyone has any pictures of the new bike racks that Jayco has as an option? Also, does anyone know if these can be retro-fitted to older TTs (a 2009 32 BHDS)?
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Old 02-15-2011, 09:31 AM   #2
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I have the bike rack that came with my 2010 Designer 35RLTS. I have never opened it since I don't plan on ever putting my bike on it. My bike is stored in the basement where it is protected and dry.
I have no idea what this rack is worth, but I would sell it. It fits into a receiver that is installed on my Designer. All I use this receiver for it to loop my 50 amp power cable over when at my home base to keep it off of the ground.
The box this rack is in is heavy so shipping would be rather high I would imagine. I am located about half way between Birmingham and Montgomery, AL if anyone is relatively close and we can work out a deal.
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I thought the new ones Jayco was selling on the TTs somehow "slid under" the TT while in use.

Does yours slide into a 2" box reciever like for tandem towing another trailer? My TT doesn't have a reciever.

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Addendum to my previous message:

This bike rack is:

Jayco Item# 71390
2 - Bike Cross Country RV Rack
19.4 kg (43 pounds)

The box has never been opened.

PM me if you are interested. I will sell it.
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Old 02-15-2011, 10:18 AM   #5
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The receiver on my Designer is like the 2" receiver on my pickup, but it is 1.5". I don't know what comes with TT's, but I do know what is on my 5er. I have a picture of this receiver if you want to see it Ranger431.
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Quote:
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Addendum to my previous message:

This bike rack is:

Jayco Item# 71390
2 - Bike Cross Country RV Rack
19.4 kg (43 pounds)

The box has never been opened.

PM me if you are interested. I will sell it.
Ed, if Ranger doesn't take it, consider posting in the For Sale forum
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I will. I didn't want to hijack this thread. Sorry about that. I just remembered I wanted to sell it when I read his post.
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Nah, you weren't hijacking the thread. I suggested the For Sale Forum mainly to help get your bike rack more exposure to someone who may otherwise be interested in it
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On my 2010 32BHDS the bike tray is not removeable nor does it fir in a 2' receiver. It is a tray that slides out from under the rear bumper. I do not know if you can get one installed on an older model. My bike tray can fit 4 bikes, the most we have traveled with is 3.
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