Today, we'll be test-fitting the Rockymounts Euro Pitchfork roof-mounted bike rack on our 2012 Toyota Camry. To fit the bike rack to our roof rack, first we'll need to remove the rubber stripping from the front load bar. This can either be left out or if you want to keep wind noise down, you can trim it to fit around the bike rack. Next, we'll slide the block on the underside of the head of the bike rack into our track on the front bar. Well then use the included Allen key to tighten both of the Allen bolts down to the block. We can re-install our head cover and then we can move back to the rear of the vehicle.
We'll take the clamp and secure it around the rear bar of our roof rack. We'll use the included wing knots to tighten it down. Now, we're ready to load our bike. We'll undo the rear wheel strap so that we can drop the rear wheel of the bike into the tray. Well then place the forks into the skewer of bike rack and secure it upfront with the skewer.
Well move back and secure the rear wheel with the strap. That does it for our test-fit of the Rockymounts Euro Pitchfork roof-mounted bike rack part number rky1103 on our 2012 Toyota Camry.
Today, on our 2008 Toyota Camry, we'll be test-fitting the Thule Eschelon roof-mounted bike carrier, part number TH518. Now, our Camry's already equipped with the Thule traverse roof rack system, so were ready to load our Eschelon. We'll begin by placing the bike rack on top of our crossbars in a location suitable for us. We'll make sure that the head of the bike rack is directly over the front cross bar where we can then take the rear mount of the Eschelon and make sure if it's over the rear crossbar. We'll then simply run the clamp underneath the crossbar and loosely fasten the wing nut to the bolt. We'll then move forward to the head of the bike rack.
Today, on our 2008 Toyota Camry, we'll be installing the SportRack Nomad framed mount bike carrier, part number ABR611. Now, to begin our test-fit, we'll simply place our bike rack on top of our cross bars. We'll make sure that the head of the bike rack is directly over our front cross bar where we can now take our back cross bar and ensure that it's over the rear cross bar. To move it, you'll simply remove the bolts and use any of the pre-existing holes drilled in the bike rack to adjust the rear mount. We'll then go ahead and loosely install out rear mount over the rear crossbar. We'll move back to the front where we use the 2 U bolts and wing nuts to secure the head of the bike rack to the front crossbar.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry, were going to be test fitting the Yakima Frontloader Roof Mounted Bike Carrier, part number Y02103. To fit our bike carrier onto our roof rack, were going to lay it on top of our crossbars. Well fit the front head over our front bar and use the hand nut to tighten it down. Then in the rear, were going to fit the clamp around our crossbar and tighten it down with the wing nut. Once weve done that, were ready to load our bike. Well take the front wheel hoop and push it open.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Camry, were going to be test fitting the Yakima Fork Lift Roof Mounted Bike Carrier, part number Y02098. To mount our bike carrier up on the roof, first well remove the front skewer and open up the front clamp as well as the rear clamp. Well position the bike rack on top of our crossbars, close the clamps, and tighten them down with the wing nuts. Once weve done that, we can reinstall the skewer upfront and undo our wheel strap in the back. Well lift our bike up and set the rear wheel in the tray on the bike rack. Well then set our front fork into the skewer and secure it using the skewer.
Today we have 2012 Toyota Camry and well be testing the Thule Domestique Fork Mount Bike Carrier part number TH513. Weve already got our bike carrier assembled according to the instructions and now were ready to fit it on top of our roof rack. Well place the rack up on top of the bars. Well fit the front clam around our front bar and the rear clamp around the rear and well tighten them down with the included Allen keys. Once weve done that, we can replace the skewer into the head of the bike rack and well be ready to load our bike. Well undo the rear wheel strap and fit the rear wheel of our bike into the tray.
Today, we have with us a 2012 Toyota Camry and we're going to be test-fitting the Rockymounts Tierod roof-mounted bike rack, part number rky1014. We've already got our bike carrier assembled and we're ready to mount it up on the roof. To secure the bike carrier to our roof rack, we're going to take the two rubber-coated straps in the front, free them around the front load bar, re-attach them to the head of the bike rack and tighten them down with the included Allen wrench. We'll reinstall the head cover up at the front. Then at the rear of the bike rack, we'll fit the clamp around our rear bar and we'll tighten it down using the wing knots on the bike rack.Then we're ready to load our bike. We'll fit the rear wheel of the bike into the tray and set the front fork down on our skewer.