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Fork Mount Bike Cleat

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by USNROBERTS, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. USNROBERTS

    USNROBERTS [OP] Well-Known Member

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    There is a pretty good DIY on here where you can just get a fork bike mount that you would normally screw into the bed and with a few brackets, bolts, and nuts for about $6 just attach it to one of the cleats.

    Here is a link to the thread, a couple post down there are pictures. pretty easy, cheap, and i've heard the ones you buy that are made for the truck aren't very good quality.
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/buy-sell-trade/59797-wtb-bike-mount.html
     
  3. fishead47

    fishead47 New Member

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    I've read the toyota ones aren't the best, I have the rockymounts ones and they are nice and sturdy
     
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    Ya, get them from a rack, or even bike company. Saris makes a good one. Any bike store can get them. Ill check the price tomorrow at work. Only draw back, is any 20mm adapters suck, and i don't trust them on my bikes.

    But why not just stand them up, wheels and all. Little wood rack for the front wheel, its not going anywhere. Or just hang them off the tailgate. I have the Dakine pad, and love it. Leaves the last panel of my cover free, to haul all my gear, covered and safe.

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    Toyota no longer makes these mounts, so you can't buy them from the dealership anymore.

    Rocky Mounts makes a version called the Clutch SD that fits the rail of our trucks.

    http://www.rockymounts.com/clutch

    I got these about a month ago and they seem to be working well. No complaints yet.

    They are pricey MSRP $59.95 but you can typically find them cheaper.
     
  7. USNROBERTS

    USNROBERTS [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Im diggin all the options. Thanks guys. Wasn't aware there was a group of mtber's here.
     
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    I also got a rockymounts clutch sd, a little pricy but it locks (locks the fork, not to the truck) and fits under my rolled-up bed cover
     
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