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    did some inspection, oil change, adjust the handbrake, but forgot to rotate the tires.
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    Installed a tow hitch and took my bike out for a spin. Name:  IMG_20170521_121645905.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by ioriknight View Post
    Installed a tow hitch and took my bike out for a spin.
    What hitch and rack are you using? That's an interesting looking bike rack. Do you like how it works?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    What hitch and rack are you using? That's an interesting looking bike rack. Do you like how it works?
    The hitch is a Draw-tite class 1 sportsframe hitch. It took about 20 minutes to install. The bike rack is a Reese Explorer Sportwing 2 bike carrier. My bike is a little lower than I would like, it's only about a foot off the ground. But the view from my rear window is unobstructed and I really like that. If anything I may modify it to raise my bike up higher, but for now it's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ioriknight View Post
    The hitch is a Draw-tite class 1 sportsframe hitch. It took about 20 minutes to install. The bike rack is a Reese Explorer Sportwing 2 bike carrier. My bike is a little lower than I would like, it's only about a foot off the ground. But the view from my rear window is unobstructed and I really like that. If anything I may modify it to raise my bike up higher, but for now it's good.
    Be careful going up driveways or any steep-ish inclines. That bike seems a little too close to the ground.



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