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Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS Bike Rack for 2 Bikes

Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS Bike Rack for 2 Bikes

Item # LGA47ZR
Retail:$299.00
Our Price: $284.05
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This trailer mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your trailer frame. Bikes ride over the front of your trailer where they can be seen from the rearview mirror. Compatible with electric and manual jacks up to 22-1/2" tall. Great Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Lets Go Aero. Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS Bike Rack for 2 Bikes part number LGA47ZR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Lets Go Aero RV and Camper Bike Racks - LGA47ZR

  • Tongue Jack
  • Travel Trailer
  • 2 Bikes
  • Childrens Bikes
  • Mountain Bikes
  • Road Bikes
  • Womens Bikes
  • Hanging Rack
  • Wheel Mount
  • Lets Go Aero

This trailer mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your trailer frame. Bikes ride over the front of your trailer where they can be seen from the rearview mirror. Compatible with electric and manual jacks up to 22-1/2" tall.


Features:

  • Trailer-mount bike rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your cargo trailer or RV travel trailer
    • Compatible with electric and manual jacks up to 22-1/2" tall
  • V-shaped rack rotates 360 degrees so you can easily load your bikes
  • Arms ensure level transport of bikes, regardless of size and frame style
    • Detach for storage and cargo area access
  • Cushioned cradles hold your bikes securely by the wheels
    • Reduce bike-to-bike contact and help prevent scratches and scuffs
  • Bolt-on installation above your trailer's A-frame drawbar with included hardware
    • Bikes can be seen from the rearview mirror
  • Black powder coated steel is durable and rust resistant


Specs:

  • Application: most tongue jacks
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bicycles
  • Weight capacity: 40 lbs per bike
  • Maximum tire width: 2-3/4"
  • Minimum tire size: 22"
  • Weight: 38 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


B00338 Jack-It PLUS Two Bike Carrier





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Video Transcript for A Closer Look at the Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS 2 Bike Rack

Hi everyone, it's Evangeline right here at @etrailer.com. Today we're gonna be taking a look at a pretty interesting bike rack. This is gonna be the Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS. It is a two bike rack that secures to your jack on your A-frame trailers. We're gonna take a look at some of its different features. I'll show you how it got installed and I have some pretty good tips and tricks to how to get your bikes on there.

And we'll see that here at etrailer.com. This can carry up to two bikes that are up to 40 pounds each. It's technically a wheel mounted rack where it secures your bikes by the front and the rear wheels with a unique cradle design. And we'll talk about that later on in this video. The main thing though is that this is designed to go over the jack on your A-frame trailers.

Now make sure that your jack is at least an electric jack with controls that won't be hindered by the frame of the rack. And it sits no more than 22 and a half inches. The jack we have here sits at 21 and a half inches. (tape measure clicks) So we still have a good amount of space around it while still having the rack on the trailer. So not only do you have to measure for height, but also measure for width.

So if your jack is wider than seven and a quarter inches, that won't fit between the frame. This fits over the standard three bolt pattern on your A-frame couplers. And this will include new hardware. So this fits underneath your jack's bracket. And then your new hardware will be longer to accommodate for both your jack as well as your new frame.

(Evangeline taps) If you do have a tank on your trailer or maybe you have an SUV or different towing vehicle options, you also have two options for the bracket that secures your rack. So you have the angled bracket, which is what I prefer since this gives me more space and clearance to load the bikes. But you also have a straight up and down shank and that will mean that your bikes sit right above your jack. No further forward or backward. This angled bracket will sit 10 inches out and that's a measurement I take from the center of the jack to the center of the hitch pin on the rack. So if you need more clearance on your trailer side, you can flip it this way towards your vehicle. If you need more clearance on your vehicle side, you can flip it over towards your trailer. The position over here by the trailer, I just don't recommend it as often because it makes it trickier to get your closest bike loaded. Plus, if you have long handlebars, (Evangeline taps) you may come in contact with your camper. Either bracket will secure with an anti-rattle bolt up front. This utilizes a three quarter inch wrench to tighten down. And that bolt is secured in the back by this hitch clip. Now because of how this rack is designed, I personally don't think it needs a lock, but if you do choose to have extra security, I recommend a cable lock, that way you can also secure your bikes, as well as your rack. This is gonna be an affordable and out of the way option for carrying your bikes. Since it does secure above your jack, it's exposed to the elements, it's moving around even if you have everything tightened down. I don't recommend this for your fancier, more expensive or heavier bikes, but for your standard road bikes and mountain bikes, this might be the option you go to if you can't put your bikes on your roof, in your truck bed or in your camper hitch. With that in mind, you do have, again, that maximum weight capacity of 40 pounds, maximum tire width of 2.75 inches. And if you are planning on carrying those kids' bikes, just note that you need at least 22 inch large wheels to fit on this rack. There is another perk to having this unique design where it sits above your jack and that is if your trailer is hooked up to your truck, you're driving around, you will be able to see your bikes through your rear view mirror. And if it was sitting behind your camper, like a lot of people do, that's not an option for you. Now, I did mention it is a wheel mounted rack. However, there is still high potential for frame contact. You do have these rubber pads that will help cushion that contact, but over time, because of the movement of the rack, there may be scuffs and scratches on your forks and on your frames that you do have to keep an eye out for. But there are some adjustments that you can do to make sure that you best use this rack and minimize those scuffs and scratches and touch points. So loading the bikes up onto this rack maybe a bit of a hassle, but I have some fun tips and tricks to help you out with that. Let's go. Important thing is to adjust it while it's on the ground because once it's up on your A-frame, it's gonna be a lot harder to adjust it in the air, especially since this design makes it very tall. So I'll show you how I do it. And now that I know exactly where I need to put it, I'm gonna first focus on getting the front wheel in place and then I know I have to dodge around the handlebar on the other bike. So I'm holding onto the back as I get that back wheel in place. Now just make my adjustments like moving pedals so they're not clashing and making sure that the cradles aren't pushed up against any spokes. Now for tightening down the straps, I really can't reach that one from the ground, so I grabbed the ladder for that. And what we're gonna do here is bring the straps over the wheel and into the cradle for our top cradles. And then for our bottom cradles, we go over the rim and then onto the cradle. The most important thing is getting your front wheels, having at least those two points of contact. Hold these as tight as you can get them, 'cause that will give you the best support. So this process is usually a little tricky, even on a vehicle, so having this rack all the way up above your A-frame jack makes it a lot more tricky. So hopefully this install process helped with some tips and tricks that I've learned. It also helped that my bikes are on the lighter side, so even though I am a shorter person, it's still achievable with the help of a ladder for some of it. So keep that in mind with your heavier bikes as well as your different configurations on your trailer. When carrying bikes, while you have your full towing set up, usually you have other options. You can put it on your roof, in your bed, on your hitch or on the hitch of your camper. But when those options aren't an option for you, having that extra ability to potentially put it over your A-frame jack is a very interesting and unique solution. Hopefully this video helped explain if that is the right solution for you, but even within that, there are some other options from Lets Go Aero. For the Jack-It, it is available as the PLUS, which is what we have here, as the TwinSpin, or as the Pro. The TwinSpin rotates to make it a bit easier to load and unload those bikes. The Pro has three slots on its jack frame, which gives you the opportunity to carry other Lets Go Aero accessories. The PLUS is gonna be your most straightforward and simple option, which also means it comes at a slightly more affordable price. So if you don't need the extra ease of using the TwinSpin, you know exactly where your bikes go and they're not that difficult to load. Then this is gonna be a great solution for you. If you want a little extra, definitely check out that TwinSpin option. Also available here at etrailer.com. But if you want any more information about those racks or about this one, we have a lot more information like descriptive details or really cool pictures and videos that you can check out here on our website. But today what we saw was the Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS A-frame Bike Rack for two bikes at etrailer.


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Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - LGA47ZR

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This trailer mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your trailer frame. Bikes ride over the front of your trailer where they can be seen from the rearview mirror. Compatible with electric and manual jacks up to 22-1/2" tall.

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  • Options for Hauling Bikes and a nuCamp T@G Trailer
    Hey Sharlene, thanks for reaching out! I have a few options for you to look at, but ultimately there aren't any ball mounts that sit further out and have a receiver on top of them with enough clearance for your bike rack. The first option would be to use the Gen-Y Replacement Shank # 325-GH-304 which gives you the ability to hold the bike rack up a little over 6" above the ball mount itself. The second option is to use the Lets Go Aero Jack-It PLUS Bike Rack # LGA47ZR which mounts in...
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