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Old 04-10-2013, 06:40 PM   #1
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So this is how I'll be transporting my bikes this summer. It bolts directly to the bed cleats.











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Old 04-10-2013, 06:44 PM   #2
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So this is how I'll be transporting my bikes this summer. It bolts directly to the bed cleats.

PM me if you'd like one.
Not to be a dick, but what advantage does this rack have over putting the mounts directly onto the bed rails?
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Old 04-10-2013, 06:52 PM   #3
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Not to be a dick, but what advantage does this rack have over putting the mounts directly onto the bed rails?
It gives you the option of sliding the rack anywhere you want in the bed. Also, if you have a tool box, you can slide it back so you can open the box when the bikes are in the bed.
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Old 04-10-2013, 06:55 PM   #4
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Ahhh, I see. Cool Product. Any idea on pricing or availability? Does it come with or without the mounts? Looks like a 9mm skewer in the pics. Anything for us 20mm guys?
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Ahhh, I see. Cool Product. Any idea on pricing or availability? Does it come with or without the mounts? Looks like a 9mm skewer in the pics. Anything for us 20mm guys?
I'm a 20mm guy myself

It would come with two mounts for 9mm, one powder coated bracket, and all mounting hardware.

An adapter for 20mm or 15mm can be bought online.

I'm thinking $125 for everything.

They are available right now.
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Old 04-10-2013, 07:11 PM   #6
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I'm a 20mm guy myself

It would come with two mounts for 9mm, one powder coated bracket, and all mounting hardware.

An adapter for 20mm or 15mm can be bought online.

I'm thinking $125 for everything.

They are available right now.
Sorry about all the questions. Here are a few more. Cleats included or illustration only? Price for the cross bar only? I've got a couple Driveshaft SD's on the truck now.
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Sorry about all the questions. Here are a few more. Cleats included or illustration only? Price for the cross bar only? I've got a couple Driveshaft SD's on the truck now.
Cleats not included.

Many different things can be mounted to the bracket.
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Are you making these? How much?
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Are you making these? How much?
Yes I am. Price is $125 including two fork mounts and all hardware.
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Very nice work. Would Yakima front loader work on that set up with two of your cross bars.
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Very nice work. Would Yakima front loader work on that set up with two of your cross bars.
It looks like it would.
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How much for two without the fork mounts?
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This thread came at a perfect time. I'll be ordering one soon.
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I'm interested in these with the fork mounts to haul mine and my gf's bikes. I have a tonneau cover though and am worried with the racks on either side that this wouldn't fit. Has anyone here tried this with a tonneau cover? Can I mount it under the cleats instead of on top as you've shown so to avoid the tonneau cover rails?
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I'm interested in these with the fork mounts to haul mine and my gf's bikes. I have a tonneau cover though and am worried with the racks on either side that this wouldn't fit. Has anyone here tried this with a tonneau cover? Can I mount it under the cleats instead of on top as you've shown so to avoid the tonneau cover rails?
I don't see how my product could work with a cover in place. Are you asking if it can be used with the cover out of the way?
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Just ordered two of these on eBay. I'll post pics when I get everything mounted up.
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I don't see how my product could work with a cover in place. Are you asking if it can be used with the cover out of the way?
I think that's what he means, can you mount it to the bottom of the cleats rather than the top. If you can, do you think there would be enough clearance to close the tonneau while leaving it in place? That's my question, anyway.

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I think that's what he means, can you mount it to the bottom of the cleats rather than the top. If you can, do you think there would be enough clearance to close the tonneau while leaving it in place? That's my question, anyway.

Looks like a nice product.
I would have to know the height of the tonneau cover from the top of the bed rails to the bottom of the cover.
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I just sold one of these to a guy on eBay whose email starts with "jeeprubicon"....

Looks like he made the switch to the right truck.
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