The RockyMounts LoBall Track Locking Truck Mount solidly secures one bike equipped with a 9mm quick-release front axle to your truck bed. The LoBall Track Mount is compatible with slotted channels found on Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan, and Toyota beds. It also mounts to the tracks on your truck bed's sidewall, should you desire a sideways carrying mount. As a cool bonus, the LoBall Track Mount works with uni-strut channels commonly found at hardware stores for a DIY customizable configuration. The mount features a stainless steel skewer for strength and corrosion-resistant use, with a UV-resistant locking nylon handle and cast aluminum base. It comes with all the appropriate mounting hardware, installation wrench, and two lock keys. Not only does it lock your front fork to the mount itself with its locking skewer, but it also secures to the truck bed with unique Torx bolts. These bolts require the included installation wrench for removal, so a thief can't just unscrew the mount and take off with your bike. And for added peace of mind, the mount's large opening allows you to thread through a cable-style lock for deterring theft of your frame.
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