Carry up to four bikes with this simple to use and easy to attach RV bike carrier. Tire rails support several sizes of frames and wheels on this corrosion resistant, solidly constructed rack. Lowest Prices for the best RV and Motorhome Bike Racks from Swagman. Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack part number S80600 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Code:   S80600

Retail:$184.00

Price:$165.60


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Swagman RV and Motorhome Bike Racks - S80600

Carry up to four bikes with this simple to use and easy to attach RV bike carrier. Tire rails support several sizes of frames and wheels on this corrosion resistant, solidly constructed rack.


Features:

  • Carries up to 4 bikes
  • Steel construction
  • Measures 13-1/2" from wall out to center of hanger
  • Tire rails support several sizes of wheels and frames
    • However, both bikes need to be of similar length
  • Upright bars add additional support for bikes
  • Powder-coated to resist corrosion

Specs:

  • Built for continuous welded steel square bumpers at least 4" and no more than 4-1/2" wide
    • Not for use on aluminum or spot welded bumpers
  • Distance from bumper to end of rack: 34"
  • First bike sits 4-3/4" out from bumper
  • Limited lifetime warranty


This reliable mount rack is constructed with steel and carries up to four bikes. Built for 4" to 4-1/2" continuous welded steel square bumpers, this rack is simple to attach and easy to use. The tire rails support several sizes of frames and wheels.

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Video of Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
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Video Transcript for Swagman RV Mounted 4 Bike Rack Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Swagman 4 Bike RV Mounted Bike Rack, part number S80600. As you can see, the bumper-mounted bike rack is going to allow us to transport up to 4 bikes to wherever we need to go. We are limited to 30 lb per bike. They use a very heavy duty steel construction which gets us up to that weight limit. As you can see there's also a nice, black powder coat finish. It's going to resist corrosion and keep a long-lasting good look for us.

We've got additional support bars mounted right to the frame of the rack. They come up to give us a good connection point to secure our bikes. Now that we've gone over the features of it, let me show you how to get this installed on your motorhome. As you can see, we've already got half of it installed. I just wanted to save you a little bit of time. They're going to install exactly the same way.

What we'll do is you can see I've started loosely my front set of bolts. I just do that so that when I slide it on it's going to give me a good stopping point you can see there. Then we want to adjust it, of course, so the front wheel of our bike will sit on one side and the rear wheel will sit on the other. It's adjustable as, well, as wide as your bumper is so it'll have good adaptability with a wide variety of bikes. We're going to take our two bolts and slide those right down through. They'll go through the top and then also the bottom support bar that's down here.

We've then got a washer that goes on, as well as a nylon locking nut. We thread those right on the bottom of both of our bolts. Now let's start tightening them down. Once we have our rear bolts tightened there, we'll take care of our front ones. As you can see, nice and secure, and snug.

Now two things to keep in mind. There's two special bolts. You've got a shorter set of bolts. We're going to have eight of them. Two of them are just a little bit longer. Those are designed to go through the two holes where you mount your support brackets. Same can be said for our longer bolts. We've got eight of these as well for mounting to the bumper. Two of them will be slightly longer and those are for use, here and here, on our inter 00:03:17 support bracket that goes up. So just keep that in mind. You'll have two of the longer ones that are a little bit longer, two of the shorter ones that are a little bit longer, and that's where they should go. Now that we've shown you how to install the rack, let's load it up with some bikes. As you can see, our bike rims are going to fit nicely right in between our grooves there, help support them. Of course with our handlebars, we want to put the bikes in back to front, then front to back so we'll have clearance for our bars as we do it. As we've said, this will accommodate 4 bikes. They need to be similar in wheelbase size. As you see we'll have a little bit of wiggle room here, where we can get a few longer, few shorter bikes installed, but they'll need to be pretty similar. As you can see here, we've got our 4 bikes loaded up. We've secured this side by connecting to our front support bar, and we've tied it all the way around into the frame onto our camper. We'll do the same thing here on this side, just connect into our support bar, and then we'll need to feed it in through the rims and frames of our bike. It's important to make your connection directly to the RV or camper. This is going to help us do a couple things. The first thing it's going to do is help us ensure that, in the case of some kind of unfortunate failure, that our bikes are going to stay secured to our rack. But it's also going to help us ensure that our rack stays attached to our RV or our motorhome. That's going to keep both us safe, our equipment safe, and anybody that might be driving behind us safe. See, once we've got those nice and secure, we'll be ready to hit the road and have some fun. .




Customer Reviews

Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack - S80600

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

Carry up to four bikes with this simple to use and easy to attach RV bike carrier. Tire rails support several sizes of frames and wheels on this corrosion resistant, solidly constructed rack.


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by: Gary S.04/20/2015


Let me start by saying; This is a very secure product, well made and study. I realize that manufactures try to make their product fit as many campers as possible. On my 5th wheel unit the verticle up-right closest to the camper would not fit, there is not enough room for it and the bike rack to fit under the base of the camper. The position for the rear bumper prohibits this from happening, the front of the bumper tucks under the rear of the camper. To help stablize my bicycles more, I drilled an additional hole in this up-right and mounted it to the opposite side of the rack in the same position of the other verticle up-right, using longer bolts, it works great now. I'm sure this voided my warranty, Oh well. 186420






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by: Murray L08/06/2012


solid construction, easy assembly, I had to make some adjustments to work around my spare tire.(moved the tire over 4 inches)The two bike model would not have worked. I am using the 4 bike carrier for two bikes and could carry a third in the outer slots if necessary. 50793





Comments

I like the looks of this bike carrier. It would appear the bikes will not bang together while traveling. Not sure if I understand how the bikes are tied down. Doesnt appear to be any uprights to tie the bike to. Please clarrify. Thanks.

comment by: Bob - 08/10/2013


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The tie-down method is up to the end user. We recommend something like ratchet straps or cam-buckle straps that will not give or flex like a bungee cord would. Part 05605 is a 4 pack of cam-buckle straps that we recommend for this rack.

Patrick B - 8/14/2013



Comments

Thanks for this comment. I am looking for a bike rack that will go alongside a spare tire mount I need to carry three or four bikes. Would you possibly have a picture of your set up that you could send?

comment by: Wishart B - 12/05/2014


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by: joe s03/24/2009


works great, easy installation took all 4 bicycles on it for spring break and it worked great and it was simple and easy to install. the only drawback was i had to remove my spare tire and holder, but i thought i might have to do that when i bought it. 1677






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by: Dirkjan08/28/2009


A winner, especially mnt.bikes We ahd nowhere to mount the conventional bike racks as we also take our 4 kayaks on the roof top. Whit the different types of bikes the rack could accomodate both mountain bikes and conventional bieks. 2317






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by: Travis S.07/16/2013


heavy duty, built better than expected! Should last for years! 89746





Comments

Are you still using your bike rack and how well has it held up? Did you have any issues with the bumper of your trailer?

comment by: Don - 11/14/2014


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by: Marcia S.04/19/2012


the product was found to be very well made and easy to install, we look forward to getting much use from it all summer long. 37757






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by: Dennis G08/04/2012


Very well made,but,where tires go could be a little wider. Does not fit my mountian bikes very well! 50553






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by: John M05/28/2014


Product was exactly what I needed. Worked as expected and took about 20 minutes to install. 133135






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by: AJ10/21/2014


Product exactly as described and bikes fit perfectly. Easy installation. Very satisfied. 157229






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by: Bonnie B09/06/2014


Easy to install & worked like a dream on the motorhome with 4 bikes of varing sizes. 150295






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by: kristi v08/23/2012


Looks great. Doesnt bounce while parked, hopefully works great ehile driving. 52655






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by: John H04/26/2015


Fit and worked as perfectly! Very easy to install. 188418






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by: Jim P.08/19/2012


}Well made product. Easy to install. Works great! 52294




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  • The Curt Multipurpose ball mount, # D210, is the only dual purpose ball mount we carry that is approved for towing. If you used it, it sounds like you would be towing the trailer high by 3-3/4 inches, which is not too bad, but could lead to trailer sway. The other option is to put a bike rack on the camper itself. You can do this a few different ways. First, you could use the Swagman Mighty Rack, # S80550. This rack attaches to the top of the camper. I have included some informational...
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  • Trailer Bumper Mount Bike Rack Recommendations for a Camper with Rear Mounted Spare Tire
  • If your bumper is rated for towing and/or carrying weight, we offer several bike rack options that are rated for use behind a trailer or RV. Take a look at the Swagman Around the Spare Mighty Rack, # S80500. This rack is designed to fit a 4 to 4-1/2 inch continuous welded square bumper and fit around the spare tire. I have included a link to the installation details for reference. Another option is the RV Bumper 2 Bike Rack, # S80605, or Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack, #...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Bike Rack Recommendations for a 2012 Coachmen 292BHDS Travel Trailer
  • Only certain bike racks can be used on the back of a trailer or RV. I have included a link to the options for you. The Swagman XTC4, # S64665, cannot be used at the back of a trailer or RV. If your trailer has a 4 to 4-1/2 inch square steel bumper that has a continuous weld then you can use # S80600 and you will not need a hitch. I have linked the instructions for you to view. If you want to go with one of the hitch mount options then you must have a 4 inch square continuous welded...
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  • Rear Bumper Mounted Bike Rack for 1995 Starcraft Tent Trailer
  • As long as the bumper on your Starcraft is 4 inches square and is continuously welded (not spot welded) the would be a good solution for you. The rear most upright bar could simply be left off to allow clearance for the spare tire. Swagman also makes a rack that is specifically designed to fit around a spare tire, the Mighty Rack part # S80500. Unless you have a strong preference for the platform-type # S80600, the Mighty Rack might be a better alternative for you. For install details...
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  • Can the Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receiver Be Used to Tow a Trailer and Carry Bike On a Bike Rack
  • The Roadmaster Dual Hitch Receivers, like the # RM-077-4 that you referenced, are not designed for use with any type of trailer. They are designed for use with tow bars only. I would recommend installing a hitch on the back of your RV. If your RV has a 4 x 4 inch continuous-welded steel bumper, you could use the RV Bumper 2 inch Trailer Hitch Receiver, item # S64025, along with a bike rack that is designed for use behind an RV. The Swagman XP 3 Bike Rack, item # S64910-2, would be a...
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  • Can Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver # 13703 Be Mounted on a Pop-Up for a Bike Rack
  • The hitch would fit and successfully bolt or weld to your pop up trailer (welding should be done by a qualified professional). However, you will want to check the trailer owners manual or the manufacturer to determine if a hitch can be mounted to it for a bike rack. Only certain bike racks are rated for use behind a trailer and I have linked them for you. If you find you can use the hitch, I have included a link to the installation details for you. CURT does require the use of stabilization...
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  • Options for Carrying Bike Racks When Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer with a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
  • We do have options for carrying bikes when towing a fifth wheel trailer, however, we do not carry any bikes racks that were specifically designed to carry bikes on the front of a vehicle. Bikes mounted on the front of the vehicle can block your line of site, headlights and turn signals and the airflow to your engine. When towing a fifth wheel trailer, airflow to the engine is crucial. When I am towing my fifth wheel trailer, I use the Swagman Bumper Mount Bike Rack, # S80500. This type...
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  • Availability Of Hitch Bike Rack To Fit On the Rear Of a Travel Trailer
  • When using a 2-inch hitch adapter that clamps to your 4-inch square RV bumper on a travel trailer you will not want to exceed the limits of your bumper. The bumper towing and tongue capacities may be indicated on the bumper itself, but if not you could check your trailers owner manual or contact the manufacturer of your travel trailer. Also remember when using a bolt-on adapter your bumper needs to be a 4x4 inch continuous-weld steel bumper. It cannot be used on spot welded or aluminum...
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  • 2- to 4-Bike Rack Recommendation for 24-foot Class B Recreational Vehicle
  • We can offer you lots of options in RV-approved bike racks and we can help you find the best one for your particular vehicle and bikes. A great starting point for you is the linked article. This will show you the various types of racks we offer - bumper-mount, ladder-mount and hitch-mount - and also help you choose the one that best fits with your particular bikes. The linked page will show you all RV-approved bike racks and you can use the filters on the page to select the rack type...
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  • Recommendation for a 3 Bike Rack for the Back of a Trailmanor Trailer
  • The Swagman Around the Spare Mighty Rack, # S80500, does not come in a 3 bike variant, but we do have the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack, # S80600. This rack will hold up to 4 bikes and you can mount it to fit around the spare tire on the back of your Trailmanor trailer. For this rack and the Mighty Rack, your trailer must have a continuous welded steel bumper that is 4 to 4-1/2 inches square. I have included a link to the installation details below. Another option would...
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  • Will Thule Hitch Bike Rack, # TH956, Work On A Travel Trailer
  • The manufacturer (Thule) does not recommend that any Thule hitch bike rack be used on a trailer or any other towed vehicle. So you will not want to use the Thule Hitch Bike Rack, # TH956, on your travel trailer. I do have a Swagman Original 4 Bike Rack, # S64400, that can be used on the back of a travel trailer. It will fit 1-1/4 inch and 2 inch trailer hitches. You will want to check the tongue weight capacity of the hitch on your trailer, so you will not exceed the specifications...
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  • Compatability of the Swagman XTC4 Bike Rack Mounted on a Travel Trailer
  • The Swagman XTC4 Cross Country 2-Bike Rack, item # S64665, is not designed to be carried behind a trailer of any kind. The ride behind a trailer is significantly rougher than the ride when attached directly to the towing vehicle. The instructions for the bike rack state that, the purchaser is advised that the load created by rack and bicycles will exceed the strength of trailer or 5th wheel bumper, mounting location or the bike rack. The rack is not under warranty if mounted in this location. We...
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  • Tying Down Adult and Childrens Bike Frames on RV Platform Bike Rack # S80600
  • The bikes being carried by this rack need to be of similar length. Once you position the racks the appropriate width to fit the adult bikes you can then see if they are close enough to accommodate the childrens bikes. Once placed on the rack you would use tie downs to keep them in place. I have included a link to a page with our tie downs.
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for Carrying 4 Bikes Behind a 2004 Aerolite Cub Hybrid Travel Trailer
  • We have several bike racks that are recommended for use behind a travel trailer, see link. For 4 bikes, I would select the Swagman Hitch Bike Rack, # S64400, and the RV Bumper 2 inch Trailer Hitch Receiver, # E-100, if the trailer bumper is a 4 inch square all steel channel bumper. This bike rack measures 13 inches from the center of the first hitch pin hole to the back of the upright bar, so it will clear a spare tire as long as the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the...
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  • Recommendation for a Bike Rack on a Cougar 302 Trailer with Slide Out Storage Bumper
  • You will have to contact the manufacturer of your travel trailer to see if it is rated for weight carrying capacity. I would ask if it can carry a 3-4 bike rack either extended or retracted since there is likely less capacity when extended than when retracted. If the bumper is 4 to 4-1/2 inch continuous welded square steel construction and the manufacturer allows the addition of a bike rack to the bumper then you could use the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack, item # S80600...
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  • Installing the Swagman RV Bumper Mount Bike Rack on a 5th Wheel Trailer Bumper with Limited Space
  • As long as there is 3/8 inches of space between the bumper and the body of the trailer, you should be able to install the Swagman RV and Motorhome Bike Rack, # S80600, because that is how wide the bolt is that goes behind the bumper. If you look at the instructions I have linked, at the bottom of page one is a drawing showing how the rack fits together. If you put everything together except bolts G and F, you should be able to fit the rack around the bumper and then install the bolts,...
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  • RV Rated Spare Tire Bike Rack Recommendation for an Aliner Camper Trailer
  • There are no spare tire bike racks rated for an RV or camper spare tire. However, if your Aliner's bumper is rated for towing and/or carrying weight, we offer several bike rack options that are rated for use behind a camper. Take a look at the Swagman Around the Spare Mighty Rack, # S80500. This rack is designed to fit a 4 to 4-1/2 inch continuous welded square bumper and fit around the spare tire. I have included a link to the installation details and a video review for reference. Another...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Hitch Mounted Bike Rack Recommendation for a 2012 Shadow Cruiser
  • A bumper labeled as Alumi-X would most likely have at least some percentage of aluminum in its construction. The Swagman 4 bike rack, # S80600, is only meant for a welded steel bumper so I cannot say that it will work on an Alumi-X bumper. What I recommend is a trailer hitch and hitch mount bike rack. To add a trailer hitch to your RV, I recommend # 13703. This hitch fits box frames, I-beam frames, and C-Channel frames. It can be welded or bolted on, but any welding should be performed...
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  • Bumper Mounted Bike Rack Compatibility with a 2012 Ever-Lite 29ft Travel Trailer
  • I spoke with Evergreen and the bumper on your 2012 Ever-Lite 29 ft travel trailer is a steel bumper that is welded to the I-beam frame of your trailer. Your bumper has a 150 lb weight capacity. You can use any of the Swagman bumper mounted bike racks to carry your two bikes on your travel trailer as long as the total weight of both bikes and the bike rack does not exceed 150 lbs and if the bumper is at least 4 inches tall and no wider than 4-1/2 inches. I have attached a link to all...
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  • Can Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack Be Used on a Tent Trailer
  • As long as your tent trailer has a 4 inch square continuous welded steel bumper, AND it has the capacity for the weight of the rack plus the bikes, then you will be able to use the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack, # S80600. I have incldued a link to the installation details for you to view.
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  • How do Bikes Attach to the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier # S80600
  • There is an upright bar on the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack # S80600 for bikes to attach to. If you check out the picture I attached you will see it. Here is what the installation instructions say about attaching bikes to this rack: For your safety and the safety of others while traveling, the bike(s) MUST BE secured with BUNGEE CORDS OR STRAPS NOT SUPPLIED with this rack. It is recommended to secure the bike(s) to the safety chain plate holes of a hitch or any other...
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  • Can Thule Vortex Swinging Bike Carrier # TH9031XT be Used on Forest River Solera 24R Motor Home
  • I understand your interest in the Thule Vertex Swinging Bike Carrier # TH9031XT to enable operation of your motor home slide-out with the bikes loaded. Unfortunately this hitch-mount carrier from Thule cannot be used on your motor home. Bike racks designed for use on the rear of an RV are built expressly to withstand the extreme forces found at the rear of such vehicles. Any device attached to the back of a motor home will be subjected to twisting forces far in excess of what is typically...
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  • 4 Bike Rack for a 2008 Surveyor 19 Foot Camper
  • The Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack # S80600 is meant to be mounted only on continuous welded steel tubular bumpers and not spot or stitch welded bumpers or on non-steel bumpers. If your bumper does not fit into these parameters then the Swagman # S80600 will not work. If your RV has a trailer hitch in the back there are more options like the Standard 4 Bike Rack for 1-1/4 inch and 2 inch Trailer Hitches - Swagman Original # S64400. The Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted...
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  • Towing Trailer and Carrying Bikes with Motorhome
  • The Surco Ladder Mounted Bike Rack, part # SP501BR includes one strap that would typically be passed through the bike frames, the front wheels and around the ladder, which would prevent the wheels from spinning and would do a pretty good job of keeping the bikes in place. Adding bungees and foam padding of some sort would probably be a good idea if you are wanting to prevent the bikes from being scratched. The Swagman S80600 would most likely interfere with a trailer, but it would depend...
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  • Options for Carrying Recumbent Trike on Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • While this might work for your recumbent trike, my contact at Swagman said the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier # S80600 is designed and tested for bicycles and not for a recumbent trike, therefore he cannot recommend using it to carry your trike. Another option would be to put a front mount trailer hitch on your towing vehicle and then use a bike rack specifically designed for recumbent trikes, like the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider Trike Carrier for 1 Tadpole Trike # HR1000R-TRKADP. I have included...
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  • Options for Carrying 4 Bikes on a Tent Camper
  • There are several options for carrying 4 bikes on your tent trailer, however, determining the best option for you will depend on how your trailer is equipped. The best option would be to use a hitch mount bike rack that is approved for use on RVs and trailers. A bike rack like the Swagman Trailhead 4-Bike Rack, # S63381, would be a good option. I would like to point out that the Swagman Quad Bike Rack, # S64691, that you referenced is not recommended for use on trailers. There is more...
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  • Suitability of Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack Part # S80600 on 1996 Jayco Pop-Up Camper
  • The short answer is maybe. This carrier is designed to be used only on 4 or 4-1/2 inch square continuously welded steel bumpers. The aluminum or spot-welded steel bumpers are not strong enough to carry the combined weight of the rack and the bicycles placed upon it. I will provide a link to the instructions below for your review.
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  • Trailer Hitch Mount 4 Bike Rack Recommendation for Use Beyond a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Only certain bike racks are rated for use behind a trailer. I have included a link to the available options for you to view. The hitch mount platform racks that can be used hold a maximum of 2 bikes. For a 4 bike rack, we have the Swagman Standard Rack, # S64400. In order to use this rack, you will need at least 15 inches from the ground to the bottom of the receiver tube. From the center of the hitch pin hole on the rack to the back of the upright bar measures 13 inches. If the spare...
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  • Rack with 4 Bike Capacity Needed for Rear of a Salem RV
  • We do offer bike racks that can utilize the ladder on the rear of the trailer, like the Swagman RV and Motorhome 2 Bike Carrier, part # S80630. Unfortunately, these racks only have a two bike capacity. Depending on the size and construction of the rear bumper, a bumper mounted receiver like the Swagman part # S64025 would be a good option for a 4 x 4 inch continuous-welded steel bumpers. This receiver is not compatible with aluminum or spot-welded steel bumpers. Using a bolt on receiver...
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  • Will the Swagman 4 Bike Carrier RV Mounted Bike Rack Fit a Motor Home with a Spare Tire on the Back
  • I suppose you technically could move the nearest upright to make room for the spare tire if needed. But you can also make the 2 parts of the rack far enough apart to accommodate the spare tire. The problem with moving the upright forward is that it can only be positioned as far back as the second one is in the product page pictures so the bike furthest away may not be able to be safely secured to the rack. You would need to put your 2 bikes in the center two bike slots. I have included...
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