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Old 07-09-2009, 07:29 AM   #1
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Bike mount bed rail system accessory

I have an 09 and i would like to get one of the bike fork mounts for the bed rail system that toyota makes. Does anyone have the part number for it?

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There are 2 kinds. One that mounts to the cleat, and 1 that physically bolts on to the runners (fits both the Tacoma and Tundra)
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you can get them from www.trdparts4u.com but it seems that most people are not very happy with them.

There are many threads about this, but here is one that should give you some ideas

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ttachment.html
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It appears that trdparts4u no longer carries it.
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My dad bought PTS08-34070

http://www.findlaytoyotaparts.com/Pr..._4_290557.html

After I bought my Specialized I was looking at his mount for security and I am almost certain it fits the Tacoma "If it has the bed rail kit"..
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Someone else had listed these from Rocky Mounts.
http://www.orsracksdirect.com/rocky-...bike-rack.html
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I have the Rocky Mounts... no problems at all!
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After reading about these previously, I went to a local bike shop here in S. Fla, and bought 2 of the fork skewer mounts meant for bolting to metal or wood (18 bucks each). Without cutting or modding anything, I went to the hardware store and bought 4- 1 1/2" macine screws (1/4" thick), 12 1 inch fender washers w/ 3/8 holes already in them, 4 small washers, 4 lock washers, and 4 nuts (not nylock lock nut style). all hardware is stainless. I stacked 3 fender washers on the end of the screws and slid em' in the front bed track. then I slid the mount on (skewer on outer edge of truck for easier load/unloading), then the small washers, then the lock washers, then the nuts. You just snug em' a little, and there is no slop/ wiggling at all. Use a ratchet strap thru the rear wheel(s) of the bikes and you are done! This I learned from a forum member, but didn't have to cut, file or mod anything. Hope this helps, Eric!
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+1 on the Rockymounts.I'm very happy with mine.
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this is what I have ... lockable and out of the way. Three bike across.

How far is the fork bracket from the edge of the bed rail? I want to do something like this but not sure if I have enough room on the left or right of my tool chest.
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you can get them from www.trdparts4u.com but it seems that most people are not very happy with them.

There are many threads about this, but here is one that should give you some ideas

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ttachment.html
I have the one that mounts to the cleet. It's not very stable. Even though it's on the mount I still have to tie it down.
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A couple pictures of the Rocky Mounts for comparison if you haven't seen them before... I really like the locking quick release.



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better than this .. lol

better than this... lol


this is what I have...

& a factory cleat on the bed rail system as well.
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would it look crappy to mount my 36" tool chest a little off center so I can utilize one of the rocky mount rail bike mounts on one side??
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b/c then if i forget to lock the chest someone could easily open it up and unbolt the mount and steal the bike. At least that's my thinking...!
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front tire

Just curious... I like the Rocky Mount. Where do you guys store your front wheel? Do you just lay it down in the back, or do they also make a tire mount?
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this is what I have ... lockable and out of the way. Three bike across.



better than this .. lol
I like those! http://cgi.ebay.com/Lockable-Bicycle-Fork-Mount-Bike-Tight-Carrier-Rack_W0QQitemZ290326316097QQcmdZViewItemQQptZCycli ng_Parts_Accessories?hash=item4398cc0441&_trksid=p 3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65%3A1|66%3A2|39%3A1|293%3A1 |294%3A50
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A couple pictures of the Rocky Mounts for comparison if you haven't seen them before... I really like the locking quick release.



What did you use to bolt it on there
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