Advantage® TiltAWAY 4-Bike Carrier

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Advantage® TiltAWAY 4-Bike Carrier. Tilts out of the way for easy cargo access! Fits both 2" and 1 1/4" Receivers.

First-class travel meets killer convenience! Scratch-free transportation for up to 4 bikes that tilts down 45° for easy access to your hatch or cargo area. Made from sturdy steel to take the constant pounding of high-speed freeway travel. Convenient, hassle-free and secure... it's the only way for your bikes to travel!

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  • Sturdy steel construction, with a powder-coat finish for extra durability and corrosion resistance
  • Adapter allows you to use this rack on both 2" and 1 1/4" receivers
  • Advantage® saddle accommodates bikes with up to a 2" frame
  • Included anti-wobble device eliminates play in the tube while you drive
  • Bike arms remove when you're not hauling
  • Some assembly required.

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