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Lets Go Aero Jack-It Pro 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance

Lets Go Aero Jack-It Pro 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance

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Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer to carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels. Rotates 360 degrees for easy bike loading and storage. Includes 3 receiver tube ports for adding more bikes or other cargo-carrying accessories. Great Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Lets Go Aero. Lets Go Aero Jack-It Pro 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance part number LGA55VR 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 - LGA55VR

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

Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer to carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels. Rotates 360 degrees for easy bike loading and storage. Includes 3 receiver tube ports for adding more bikes or other cargo-carrying accessories.


Features:

  • Trailer-frame-mounted carrier transports up to 2 bikes on your A-frame trailer
  • Tall V-shaped design is easy to see from the cab of your vehicle
    • Ensures level transport
    • Adds balance and stability to the carrier
  • Wings and stinger bar rotate 360 degrees to simplify bike loading and storage
  • Adjustable wheel cradles with durable rubber straps hold bikes by the wheels
    • Compatible with all frame styles and sizes
    • No adapter bar needed for alternate-frame bikes
    • Long rubber straps work great on fat tire bikes
  • Cushioned pads prevent scratches from bike-to-bike contact
  • PowerTower frame protects tongue jack from impact
    • Base offers 22-1/2" clearance to accommodate most electric tongue jacks
  • 3 Receiver tube ports on frame let you install a 2-bike add-on or other cargo-carrying accessories (sold separately)
  • Keyed-alike locks and cable secure your bikes to the rack and the rack to your trailer
  • Durable steel and lightweight aluminum with black powder coat finish resist rust


Specs:

  • Application: most A-frame trailers
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bikes
  • Weight capacity: Per bike: 40 lbs
  • Weight: 48 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


B02318 Lets Go Aero Jack It Pro A-Frame 2 Bike Rack for Travel Trailers





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Video Transcript for Lets Go Aero Jack-It Pro Modular System Overview

Today we have a very unique solution to carrying around a lot of cargo and a lot of bikes on your A-frame trailer. My name's Evangeline here at etrailer, and today we have an overview of the Let's Go Aero Jacket Pro modular system. We have our truck pulled up just to give you that bigger picture of how this might interact fully loaded with your vehicle. But everyone's vehicle and truck is different, and hopefully, this video will help you see those different factors and how it'll change your adventure. Maybe you have larger or smaller bikes giving you more or less clearance around your tailgate. Maybe you have a different towing setup, maybe you have a rise or a drop ball mount, or weight distribution giving you more clearance between your truck and your camper.

Maybe your camper is shaped a little different, which gives you more or less clearance for the cargo you're carrying. You might have different types of generators, or propane tanks, or propane tank covers. We're gonna cover how all of that works together for your Let's Go Aero Modular system because the point of this video is seeing if this is the right fit for you, and also seeing what you need to do to make it the best fit for your journey. Now why are you watching this, and why are you looking at all these different options Well, this is a unique solution with unique perks of if you wanna see your bikes and your cargo while you're driving, where it's not hidden behind your trailer, this is a good way to go about it. Another reason people are interested in this is if they want that cargo easily accessible at the campsite rather than dispersed throughout the trailer.

Or if you're someone that is maxed out on all your other options, your hitch is full, your roof is full, or you don't have those racks, this might be the way you're going. Not everyone is gonna have their set up fully loaded like we do, and that's okay because this is customizable to fit your needs. It all starts with the Jacket Pro. This is a base that attaches to your a-frame over and around your jack, and then this will give you three spots. These are going to be twin spin spots where different Jacket Pro accessories fit into, and can spin and pivot around to make what makes the most sense for your adventure.

In addition to those three slots, you can also add the Stack-IT. This is gonna be a cargo carrier that attaches to the jacket, but then also goes over your propane tank and secures to the A-frame, creating a solid base for those heavier items. So depending on what you're carrying, you can use one, two, or three of those slots with a stack it. Now you can already see we have some potential spots for clearance issues. So for the ideal scenario, you would be using the Jacket Pro on a trailer with some pretty decent ground clearance, and ideally, an electric jack.

This can technically work with a manual jack, but this is gonna be a lot of weight on your trailer. Plus, an electric jack will be easier to operate with all this going on. Next, ideally, if you are gonna be using the cargo carrier that goes over your propane tank, hopefully you have smaller propane tanks than what we have, or a more accessible tank cover. This is pretty standard on a lotta trailers though, so double check yours, or consider not using a cover, or not even using the Stack-IT. And finally, in an ideal scenario, you're going to have lighter bikes, as well as more compact cargo. Your bike racks have a weight capacity of up to 40 pounds per bike, so that's a total of 160 pounds in bikes. And then for your different cargo trays, they're gonna be 24 by 18 inches large. So your smaller generators, your solar panels, your smaller coolers, those would be perfect. And for the weight of your cargo, if you have it fully loaded like this where you have your bikes, you have your Table-IT, and your Stack-IT, you're gonna have a maximum of 160 pounds weight capacity for the Stack-IT carrier. But once you have all these other accessories off, or if you're not using them, that goes up to 360 pounds. As for your pivoting Table-IT though, this is gonna have a dynamic weight capacity of 40 pounds when you're traveling along, but a static weight capacity of up to 80 pounds. I've found that when I go camping, I tend to set up camp near the front of the trailer, not so much near the back. Maybe that's because I just need access to the propane tanks, or it's just more feasible that way. So if you like to set up your camp, you have cooking, you have a stove, we found these trays to work amazingly well with your regular camp kitchen stoves, but this also is maneuverable if you want just easy access throughout the day. Now a lot of people seem to like the two table options, and just have one bike rack. What we currently have is two bike racks and a table. The table can go in the up or down position, it can go in the center or on the other side, whichever makes the most sense for your campsite. It's nice to know that these can pivot for you. If you want more information on either the viewing rack, the fort, the Table-IT, or the Stack-IT, you can check out how they work on their own here at etrailer on our website. The accessory you don't see here in our setup is the cargo tray. That's because it doesn't play as well with the Stack-IT tray, and it needs to be in one spot here on our jack. If you want just a cargo accessory, that's the one to look for. All the accessories are gonna have these spin pins, and these are gonna be two no tool bolts and when you take them out, you're able to pivot your accessory around. So when you take them out, you now have two pivot points so that way you can make it easier to load and unload your cargo, but also figure out what makes the most sense with the other cargo that's already on there. Another good thing is that all the accessories have locks, and some of them have cable locks even, but the downside that I've found is not all of them may be keyed alike. So you are gonna get different keys in different barrels, so it might not all be the same throughout the whole system. We put a fair amount of thought and effort into getting this all loaded up so that you can see how the Let's Go Aero Jacket Pro looks like fully loaded. Whether you wanna carry mountain bikes, your road bikes, your generator, or have an easy used tabletop, this is the way to go. Now, I personally would not have it set up like this. This setup didn't work out as well with the truck I was using to tow, and I actually prefer having two tabletops, especially since I only need to carry around two bikes. But that's the beauty in it. You can customize, mix, and match. Since it is modular, that's the way that you're gonna find the best fit for you. If you're interested in any of these products, I have full length reviews here on our website where we go into depth and give you all those details that you might be looking for. But today, this was an overview of the Let's Go Aero Jacket Pro modular system at etrailer.com. My name's Evangeline, and I hope you enjoyed the journey.


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Lets Go Aero Jack-It Pro 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance - LGA55VR

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Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer to carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels. Rotates 360 degrees for easy bike loading and storage. Includes 3 receiver tube ports for adding more bikes or other cargo-carrying accessories.

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