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Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance

Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance

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Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer and lets you carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels - no adapter bar needed. Keeps your bikes safely behind your tow vehicle. 22-1/2" Tall base accommodates most electric tongue jacks. Lowest Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Lippert. Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance part number LC429756 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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  • Childrens Bikes
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  • Fat Bikes
  • Mountain Bikes
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Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer and lets you carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels - no adapter bar needed. Keeps your bikes safely behind your tow vehicle. 22-1/2" Tall base accommodates most electric tongue jacks.


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
  • 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
  • Sturdy steel construction is durable
  • Black powder coat finish resists rust
  • 4 Wheel cradles, 4 lockable pins, and (3) 3/8"-16 diameter x 1-1/2" long bolts are included


Specs:

  • Application: most A-frame trailers
    • Fits around jacks with up to 2-1/4" outer tube diameter and 22-1/2" clearance above trailer frame
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bikes
  • Weight capacity: 80 lbs
  • Weight: 25 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


LCI Jack It Standard Version Dimensions



429756 Lippert Components (LCI) Jack-It 2 by Let's Go Aero Bike Carrier for A Frame Tongue Jacks - Standard 22-1/2" Power Tower Base - 80 lbs

Item # LC429756






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Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance - LC429756

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (74 Customer Reviews)

Bike rack installs on your A-frame trailer and lets you carry 2 bikes of almost any size or style by the wheels - no adapter bar needed. Keeps your bikes safely behind your tow vehicle. 22-1/2" Tall base accommodates most electric tongue jacks.

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Rock Solid!! After some less than successful attempts at hauling our bikes behind our camping trailer on a traditional bike rack, we ordered and installed a Lippert “Jack It” bike rack on the front tongue of the trailer. It bolts solidly and securely sandwiched between the trailer and the tongue jack. We have been thoroughly pleased with both the high quality of the rack and it’s solid performance! The bikes hang by the wheels on hooks with locking straps on top, and are further stabilized by anti sway bars also strapped to the bike. Multiple mounting holes in the “wings” provide ample options suitable for most bikes. The “Jack it” is suitable for both standard and and step through style frames as bikes are suspended by the wheels and not the frame. Loading the bikes is not difficult (do the rear one first) and rest easy as your bikes are always in sight! We also ordered a Lippert accessory, the “Bump It,” which allows you to transfer the “wings” section of the “Jack It” to your tow vehicle after your arrival. It’s a great way to expand your biking options at your destination!


Comments
5000 miles of travel with our bikes has proven the “jack it” to be a convenient, save and secure mode to take our bikes camping. It is as solid as the day purchased, no wear, no rust! We still love that we can see the bikes at all times! The short 3 step step ladder that we already carry with us makes loading and unloading our bikes for us retirement age campers easy. This was a great purchase!
Jim - 09/09/2021


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Installation was fairly easy, haven’t towed with bike installed yet, however the bike is very secure and was easy to put on rack. If you want a secure way to haul bikes this is the product for you. Just be sure and measure the height of your jack(top of trailer tongue to top of jack) so you order the proper one, Jack-it has 18.5” clearance and Jack-it 2 has 22.5” clearance for trailer jack.


Comments
Works Perfect! Have hauled bikes all over the US no problems what so ever
Tony - 09/11/2020


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This product does what it proports to do carry bikes. In addition it works as a clothes rack and canopy tie down. It was easily moved from our former unit to the newer one. The construction quality is good . I recommend it.



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Installed easily, although you will most likely have to cut the cable to the jack if it is a Lippert jack, because the jack only slides into the jack-it base from the front. In the first trip with bikes, the bike rack worked exactly as advertised although I had to re-torque the three jack bolts when I returned. On my Grand Design Imagine trailer, the height of the rack when installed makes placing a bike on the rear hooks impossible for a short person without a stepladder, so since I have enough height to clear my truck bed, I reversed the direction of the stinger that supports the bikes and pointed it towards the truck rather than the trailer (manufacturer says this is OK to do). Changing the support arm orientation allows me to stand on the tailgate to install and remove both bikes effortlessly.



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Delivery took a long time but item was finally shipped after I sent an email. The bike rack is great for our bikes on the front of our trailer. The install would have been easy had it not been for the power tongue jack wires that had to be disconnected to get the jack off to put the power tower under it. We were hot and tired after the install so haven't loaded the bikes yet. It looks like there's plenty of space between rack and trailer front though for the bike pedals and such. Hopefully this will be easier than trying to load bikes in short bed truck.



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This was incredibly easy to install. I do wish it had better pictures in the instructions, but overall they did a good job of explaining what needed to be done. The rack itself worked great on our first trip! As mentioned in the video, it does move a little bit going down the road, but wasn't anything to worry about. We did only take a child's bike, so not sure about adding a second one on there. I do recommend following their advice on how hard to pull the straps around the wheels, as it makes the bike feel more secure. We look forward to continue using it on future trips!



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With a 1966 Aistream, we were limited on our options on how to travel with our bikes. Rear bumper mounts were not an option due to the risk of trailer separation and the airstream rear mount would need to be retrofitted since it was designed for their modern trailers. It was also very $$$. When I came across this bike carrier that mounts under the jack, it looked promising but I still wasn’t sure I had enough space to clear the peddle and handle bars on the inboard bike. I finally pulled the trigger and figured I could have a fabricator make the necessary adjustments if needed. It fit perfectly with no modifications necessary and had at least 6” of clearance between the trailer and inboard bike. What is even more impressive is the team at eTrailer. I originally bought this from a competitor who said they had it in stock but after 13 days of not shipping and a big trip coming up, I canceled my order with them, placed it with eTrailer. I did pay for 2 day shipping but it was worth it because my relic of a trailer uses a different thread pitch for its mount bolts. No longer packing the bikes in the trailer Is a game changer!!!



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We have used this rack multiple times on our 2021 Forrest River Flagstaff 27BHWS travel trailer and are very happy with it. Bikes are secure and easy to monitor in the rearview mirror. Needed to order the straight extender arm from Lippert (#7697818) for the bikes to clear the vehicle. Easily adapts to vehicle hitch with Item #LC723359.



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The only problem is it’s hard to put a bicycle on the back rack. You have to have some good upper body strength. Other than that l love it. Very well made and no problem with hitching you trailer. If you stand on the tailgate of your truck it’s much easier to load or unload.



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I bought a Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame trailers with 22 1/2 “ jack clearance LC429756. I ordered it on 5/29/29 and I receive it 6/10/20. I installed it the next day as we are leaving on a one week camping trip an will give it a good trial. Packaging was great, instructions were simple, loading it up was easy for me. The proof will be in the trip which I will report on later. Mounted it on my 2019 Casita TT A-Frame hitch that is stressed for room - no problems noted.



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Easy to install. Very secure. Bikes feel safe. Such detail given online so we could successfully choose for our 2015 Jayco Feather Lite hybrid trailer. Also bought the coordinating bump it fir the truck hitch.



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Easy installation. I've traveled over 800 miles with this with no issues. Excellent bike rack. Keeps my bike secure.



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I have no problem with my order. I would rate bike carrier a 5. Works the way I hoped it would. Seems plenty strong enough for my 2 bikes.



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Received the Jack It Bike Rack and installation was a breeze. I love the fact that all that unused space in front of our travel trailer now has a very practical purpose. Loaded up our bikes, ready to get on the road and go camping.



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Not too hard to install. The biggest challenge was tweaking the fit to each bike. I would recommend this for trailers that have no other option for bike racks. You can view the bikes out the back window to see how they are traveling.



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Overall good quality and holds bikes well. A little bit of a jigsaw puzzle aligning 2 bikes on the rack though.



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Was fairly easy to attached and has carried our bikes safely to many locations. We have it attached to the front of our Rpod.



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Great product and easy to mount on my travel trailer.



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As usual, this product from eTrailer.com was exactly as advertised, and works very well. The Jack-It 2 bike rack took only minutes to install onto the front of my travel trailer, and holds two bikes securely and safely. I have yet to drive the trailer with the bikes attached, but with the secure straps that even lock the wheels in place, I foresee no problems with it. It does what it's supposed to do. Some nice features include the ability to quickly and easily remove the two "wings" with the locking pins so that only the supporting frame remains in place when not in use. If you have the correct trailer for its application, there is enough clearance for the propane tank(s) and between the jack and the trailer. The bolts that hold it together are also pinned with cotter pins for extra safety, and can also be used with a customer-supplied 1/4" lock instead for added security from theft. Installation requires removal of the jack and using the three supplied screws and washers in place of the original, but the directions do not mention that you must mount your trailer onto the tow vehicle hitch (or support the tongue some other way) since you will be removing the jack). This seems obvious, but I thought I'd mention it for those in a hurry who may forget that important step or if you've never done this before. It comes with two extra swing stop pegs to optionally lock both wheels in place, and I went ahead and used all of them. For my 2019 R-Pod, the wires that supply power to the electric jack were just long enough to allow removal and re-installation if you slide the bottom wire zip-tie up the jack tube - no need to cut the ties. Install the electric jack through the front of the Jack-It frame, not the back so you can clear the power jack head. Then reinsert through the hole in your tongue. As other reviews mention, adjusting two bikes for proper fit was the biggest challenge.



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Happy with purchase solid well made holds bikes firmly in place. Took a little practice to figure out how to mount bikes.



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I have actually only temporarily put the bike rack on my trailer because it is still in winter storage. But from what I can tell and see, it really feels solid and is well made. I hope to set it up with bikes in the next 2 or 3 weeks to make sure it will work, but so far it looks awesome. I will take photos then. I tried putting a rack on the back of the trailer and it was too much weight with the spare tire. So I hope this works better.



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It took a while due to shipping problems but they stayed on it and got the product to me.



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Bikes ride very smooth and secure.rear bike harder to mount and dismount but not a big issue if using a small step stool.



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I mounted this rack on my 17’ Casita trailer. I, and my son, have used it to carry our street bikes on short campouts and on a 3 month winter excursion to the Southwest. It is quite sturdy, well engineered, quality parts, easy to assemble, and stoutly secures bikes. Only two caveats for my use: First, I had to replace my power tongue jack because it was an inch too tall to fit the rack over. Jack was due for replacement anyway, but I should have thought that thru before buying the rack. Second, due to my age and weak shoulders, lifting even my light road bike up on rack is awkward and a bit painful. Don't think I could manage a heavier bike. Product is excellent - body needs some work



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Easy enough to install for an amateur. Works great!


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  • Trailer Hitch Adapter Availability for Lippert Jack-It Bike Rack
    Lippert actually recently came out with the Bump-It Hitch Receiver Adapter # LC723359 (after the other Expert's question was posted) which is a supplement to the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack # LC429756 so that you can easily carry your bikes either on the tongue of your trailer or at the rear of your vehicle!
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  • Trailer Tongue Mounted Hitch Bike Rack Compatible with Electric Jack
    Thanks for the photo of your Keystone Passport Grand Touring 2670BHWE. I can confirm based on your jack that the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack # LC429756 will work only if your jack is less than 7-3/8 inches wide at the base or the housing and it would also need to be under 22-1/2 inches from the base to the top of the housing. If those measurements work then you will simply need to either remove the jack and fit the Jack-It frame over it or remove the motor from the shank on your jack to install...
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  • Are There Anti-Rattle Bolts Needed for the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers part # LC429756 comes with two threaded hitch pin bolts which will work to reduce rattle and vibrations so you don't need to purchase any extra devices as this feature is already built-in. I have attached a photo for you which shows the two threaded hitch pin bolts. The only extra item you might want to add are locks for the bikes which can be accomplished with the etrailer.com 10' Long Cable Lock part # e98891.
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  • Bike Rack Compatible with A-Frame on a 2019 Rockwood Mini
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 unfortunately is not designed to be used in any other way and there aren't any other adapters for it except for the Bump-It Hitch Receiver Adapter for Jack-It 2 Bike Rack # LC723359 to allow the use of a normal trailer hitch receiver that is either 1-1/4 inches or 2 inches. That is designed for vehicle use and not RV use, so it may be wise to sell your current rack and get something that will work with your trailer. A better option...
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  • Solution For Carrying Bikes on Tear Drop Trailer Where 6" Drop Ball Mount Is Required
    I have a solution for you, and normally the Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount # D210 would be the best solution for this since it wouldn't reduce the tongue weight capacity of your hitch. I don't recommend any type of dual receiver with a drop because doing so would reduce the tongue weight capacity of your hitch by roughly 50%, so that would limit you quite a bit. If you've got a tear trailer with a straight tongue then I recommend using the Hitch-It 2 Bike Rack for Straight Tongue Trailers...
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    It looks like the Aliner Scout has a dry weight of around 1350-lbs and a tongue weight of around 135-lbs when unloaded. Since you need a side-wind jack, I recommend using the Bulldog Round, A-Frame Trailer Jack # BD1700100317 which will easily handle the weight of your Aliner Scout trailer; since this jack does not come with a foot plate you'll want to also get the Bulldog Detachable Footplate # BD018564. If you wanted to go with a premium option, I recommend using the etrailer Electric...
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  • Differences Between 22-1/2” And 18-1/2” Models Of Item # LC429756
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    I have a really great solution to allow you to carry bikes while towing your Starcraft pop up with the Lippert Jack-it part # LC429756. This attaches to the same mount as your trailer jack and gives you a 2-bike rack that is up and out of the way and would not get potentially crushed around corners.
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  • Recommended Power Jack for Use With Lippert Jack-It Bike Rack
    The Lippert Jack-It bike rack, part # LC429756 fits most jacks as long as they have an outer tube up to 2-1/4 inches in diameter and 22-1/2 inches of clearance above the trailer frame. The # LC285318 would be a good choice for a trailer jack. With its 3550 lb capacity, the jack will have plenty of power for even the heaviest trailers. Using a jack that's higher in capacity than what you actually need is a good idea for several reasons. The extra reserve power will come in handy if...
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    I do have an option for you however, there is not a hitch mounted bike rack option to carry 5 bikes on the back of the Jayco 28BHS. I recommend to use the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers part # LC429756 which will allow you to carry 2 bikes on the A-frame of the trailer above the jack. This option is also provides 22" of clearance above the jack which is what you will need for the Jayco 28BHS. I have attached a photo and video for your reference. For the other bikes, Swagman...
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  • Orientation of Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers Installed on Camper Trailer
    I attached a picture that shows the correct way to install the Lippert Jack-it bike rack part # LC429756 that you referenced. We do not recommend installing it in any different way if you are towing with it. There is a way to use it in a trailer hitch if you weren't towing but that wouldnt' work for your application. Most likely you'd still have access to the rear cargo door but it may be limited slightly. It's harder to say.
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  • Height of Base of Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 base only portion will absolutely fit under the slide out you are asking about. Both the bike rack and the offset adapter will need to be removed, but the base that is bolted in place will be fine. The total height of that one piece is 25-15/16 inches and I've attached a photo with that as well as some other dimensions on that piece to assist. This will give you 1-1/16 inches clearance for the slide.
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  • Dimensions of Lippert Jack-It part # LC429756
    I attached two pictures for the Lippert Jack-It part # LC429756 that you referenced. One that shows where the jack is designed for a quick disconnect and the other that shows all of the dimensions of the rack. Hopefully that's enough info to help you determine if you have the clearance you need.
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  • Will the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack Fit Under the Front Bed on a Jayco Jay Feather X23B Hybrid
    The best chance that you have to use the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers part # LC429756 on your Jayco Jay Feather X23B Hybrid with the front bed down is to remove both the bike rack and upright adapter that attaches it to the base (see photo 1). Once this is done the base will then sit around 25-15/16" tall (see photo 2). This should give you the clearance that you need to lay the front bed down but if it does not then please just let me know.
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  • Will Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers Work With E-Bikes With Batteries Removed
    You can use the Jack-It 2-Bike Rack for a pair of electric bikes with their batteries removed, so long as the combined weights of those bikes do not exceed the rack's weight capacity of 80 lbs. If so, the Jack-It is an excellent option to carry your e-bikes on your trip; the correct part is linked below: - Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 I have added a link below to a video review for you to check out as well.
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  • Can Lippert Jack It Bike Rack be Adapted to Fit 2 inch Trailer Hitch
    Yes there is! The Bump It adapter part # LC723359 is designed to fit the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack # LC429756 and allow it to fit a 2 inch trailer hitch like what you are interested in doing.
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  • Is Only the Base of the Jack-It Bike Rack Offered
    The base by itself is not offered, so you do need the entirety of the Jack-It 2-Bike Rack. It is offered with either an 18-1/2" or 22-1/2" jack clearance: - 18-1/2" Jack Clearance: Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC671846 - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance: Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 I have added a link to a video review for you to check out as well.
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  • Lippert Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers Compatibility with Hand Crank Jack
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 will work with a hand crank jack as long as it is on the side. Technically you could even use a top crank jack but it wouldn't be ideal as you would need to stop every 1/4 turn to adjust around the rack base. For best fit, the hand crank just needs to be accessible. You will mount the jack with the Jack-It Bike Rack in mind so that the hand crank is on the outside and accessible. I've attached a photo from a trade show to assist...
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  • Will the Jack-it 2 Bike Rack Work on my E-pro 20BHS
    Yes the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers part # LC429756 will work out well with your E Pro 20BHS. It is the best option for the front of your camper to haul bikes to your destination. I have a solution but unfortunately there are no 4 bike options available for the jack area. Instead use the Stromberg Carlson 2 Bike Carrier for RVs part # LA-102
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  • Solution to Transport Bikes While Towing Tag Trailer with 2012 Subaru Outback
    For carrying bikes with your Tag Trailer the easiest solution will be a Lippert Jack It bike rack # LC429756 which attaches to the jack mounting flange of your trailer and gives you a way to carry a bike rack up above the propane tank area. This is the easiest solution overall and doesn't require using a hitch adapter which cuts the weight capacity of the hitch by 50 percent.
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  • Is Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers a Universal Fit
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 is considered a universal fit and there is no way for us to know if it will work specifically on any particular year, make or model of trailer but I can tell you exactly how to figure it out by taking some very easy measurements. It is very likely the Jack-It will work on your trailer but you just need to ensure your jack has a 2-1/4 inch diameter outer tube (which is standard) and there is at least 22-1/2 inches of clearance from...
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  • Can I Use the Jack-It-2 on a Gulfstream Vista Cruiser 19ERD
    Yes. It looks like the Gulfstream Vista Cruiser 19ERD has an A-frame with a jack at the front, so the Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers - 22-1/2" Jack Clearance # LC429756 would be a great solution to carry bikes. If your jack sits higher than that from the frame, let me know and I can look for an alternate solution for you.
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  • Will Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 Fit A-Frame Trailer
    The Jack-It 2 Bike Rack for A-Frame Trailers # LC429756 that you referenced is designed to fit over standard A-frame jacks and be high enough to fit over propane tanks as well. Since it's hard to know for certain how well it would fit your trailer you'd want to check out the dimension picture I attached and compare it to your trailer to know for sure. The additional weight of this rack ( 34 lbs) plus the weight of your bikes would get factored as tongue weight.
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