Swagman Bike Racks Patrol Truck Rack

Swagman Bike Racks Patrol Truck Rack
Swagman Bike Racks Patrol Truck Rack
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Patrol Truck Rack by Swagman Bike Racks
The Swagman Patrol Truck Rack is a secure way to transport both road and mountain bikes in the bed of your truck, without making any contact with the bike's frame, unlike a tailgate pad. The aluminum telescoping cross bar is easily adjusted to fit any size of truck, and uses soft padded brackets to secure it to the bed. On top of the cross bar you'll find Impakt Fork Mounts that attach to your bike's front fork, securing it in place after you've removed the front wheel. The rack includes 2 Impakt Fork Mounts for a total capacity of 2 bikes, but you can easily expand it to 3 or more by purchasing additional fork mounts. The max load is 35lb per bicycle, and the fork mounts fit 9 x 100mm quick-release and 15 x 100mm thru-axle dropouts out of the box. If your bike has 12 x 100mm, 15 x 110mm Boost, or 15 x 150mm fat bike dropouts, you will need to purchase a separate adapter. The Patrol Truck Rack includes 4 lock cores that lock the bikes to the rack, and the rack to your vehicle.

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