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Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs

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Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs Towable Camper CC-275
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Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs. Lowest Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Stromberg Carlson. Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs part number CC-275 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Stromberg Carlson RV and Camper Bike Racks - CC-275

Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs.


Features:

  • Durable rack allows you to tow a trailer while carrying a bike rack and its bikes
    • Mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue
    • Designed for use with 2" hitch-mounted bike racks that are approved for use behind an RV
  • Sturdy, all-steel design
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Capacity: 100 lbs
  • Distance from top of A-frame trailer to top of cross tube: 33-1/2"
  • Fits A-frames with widths between: 12" - 52"
  • Mounting bracket dimensions: 8" tall x 4-3/4" wide x 2" deep


Maximum and Minimum Frame Widths

Note: The Bike Bunk is only intended to hold a 2" bike rack that is approved for use on the back of an RV. Your application will be determined by turning radius and positioning of the rack.




CC-275 Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer Mounted Bicycle Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2" - 100 lbs



CC-275 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details CC-275 Installation instructions


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Video Transcript for Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer Bike Rack Review

Today we'll be taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk trailer-mounted bike carrier, part number CC-275. The Bike Bunk from Stromberg Carlson mounts on your a-frame trailer tongue and carries bikes that fit 2" hitches, with a capacity of 100 pounds. As you can see, it mounts to our trailer's a-frame and it will accept any hitch-mounted 2" accessories just as long as the total weight does not exceed 100 pounds. As you can see by its curved design, it allows us to get around our propane tanks, around our weight distribution, and our jack as well. It's made out of a high quality sturdy steel construction with a nice glossy black powder coat finish. If we need to take the top portion of our trailer bunk off it's a pretty simple removal. Just loosen this screw up.

There's one on each side. It will come right off if we need to accommodate our pop-up or our fold-up camper. Also, just loosen this bolt up on each side and our posts come right out. Just so you know what kind of clearance we're working with, the distance from the top of our trailer bunk down to the top of our a-frame is 33-1/2". Our trailer bunk assembles right onto our a-frame. It's pretty versatile so you can mount it anywhere that works best for you.

You can mount it back or even further up front. The two curved posts support our receiver tube with this bolt here. Our receiver tube itself is a 2" receiver with a standard 5/8 pinhole. It also features additional welded supports. That's going to complete our look at the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk trailer-mounted bike carrier, part number CC-275.

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Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs - CC-275

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (83 Customer Reviews)

Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs.

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Okay, shy of taking it out on the road (trip upcoming in a couple of weeks) I like it. Well built and sturdy. The install was a bit more complicated on one side that the other as there were some electrical issues and lines I had to deal with but that doesn't detract from the product. The one issue I had was one that has been written up by others that have installed it and that is that there are 2 bolts included that are just too short for their intended purpose by about 1/4 to 1/2 inch, so I had to run to re hardware store to replace. Other than that the install went smooth and the results I'm quite happy with. Oh yeah the tube sitting in on channel fit a bit tight but a spray of WD-40 fixed that right away. Bottom line, as it stands today without testing it on the road, it appears to be an excellent product. Road test will be the telling tale. 186295



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I bought this because I couldn't figure a good way to bring my bikes with us on vacations when we also brought our jet ski trailer. I looked at all sorts of different ways to try and get a bike rack and a trailer on my truck at the same time, and finally came across this. While it's not on a travel trailer like it was intended, it works perfectly for our needs. It fits right above the storage box holding our life jackets and other stuff, but gives enough room for the hatch to open up and let us retrieve the items. I paired this with a Lets Go Aero BikeWing and now I can bring the bikes, the jet skis, and still keep the truck bed free for our mattress and camping gear. If you are trying to find a way to bring your boat and bikes to the lake at the same time, and are towing with an SUV or a truck with a full bed, this is the perfect fit. 512524



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Great fit on my travel trailer. Took experts advice and purchased a Let's Go Aero Veeme V2 bike rack. Very pleased with both products. A safe way to carry our bikes while rv ing. Thanks etrailer experts for this solution. Both items easy to install and are very strong. The bike rack is easily moved to the receiver on my truck. 226284


Comments

I have a 2015 Wolf Pup. It is very similar to your trailer! I am towing with a Silverado. Are you having any issues with turning radius with bikes hitting tailgate.

-- comment by: Peter G - 11/01/2015

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No problems with turning radius interference, also towing with a Silverado.

-- comment by: Gary M - 11/04/2015

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Getting to try out the Stromberg Carlson bike bunk that I installed on the trailer hitch frame. Using it with a Go Aero V2 bike rack that I can use on the trailer or the truck. It works great! The bike rack is easy to transfer weighing only 12 pounds and no movement of bikes at all during travel. Very happy with this combo from etrailer.com 429535



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This product has been a great way to carry our 2 bikes (1 mine, one my wife's). The install was fairly easy (it helps If you have 2 people to line things up, hold while drilling, etc). The best thing about this rack is being able to easily keep an eye on the bikes while traveling, whether driving or parked. I considered those bracket braces for the rear trailer bumper, but at the end of the day: (1). My trailer bumper doesn't look like it will handle torsion well, even with supplemental bracing; (2). The spare tire (already on the trailer bumper) got in the way; and (3). My bikes aren't cheap and I like being able to keep an eye on them. Thanks etrailer for your excellent videos and online advice! 482318



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I have a small (18ft) travel trailer with an axle flip so I can take it just about anywhere. I had a bike rack mounted on the rear tube bumper and even after additional welding to reinforce it, the old bike rack was pulling the welds apart. I looked into rear frame mounted racks/receivers but they rode low and appeared to lessen the ground clearance....so I gave this system a try. So far so good. It was easy to mount and is sturdy. It carried two bikes across two states and down miles of bumpy gravel roads to my favorite fishing holes without working loose. I have a full sized truck with a canopy so I had to be cautious when moving through depressions (like going over a Kelly hump) but that was it. I lost a little turn radius but it was barely noticable and I was still able to get where I wanted to go. It's tight between the truck & trailer and I can't open the canopy door completely (with two bikes) but I was still able to reach through and get what I was after. Overall I like it and would recommend it to others. It gets the job done. 261002



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It was the perfect solution for us. We have an R-POD and pulling it with a Silverado. Options are kind of limited if you want to use the bed for something else. This solution really saved the day. For me, install was a little tricky as I had to install it fairly close to the front of the camper due to the limited space on the a-frame. Basically, once the brackets are tightened down, the curve of the camper doesn't allow me to remove the poles. This isn't really a bad thing since you don't want it to come out anyway, but just kinda tricky to install. Yes, you do have to drill holes in the support vertical tubes, but once you understand the flexibility of this setup, it is very obvious why the manufacturing doesn't put them there for you in advance. Truthfully, at least with my setup, the locking bolts held everything in place perfectly without drilling the holes and installing the additional bolts. I wouldn't recommend this, of course, and I'll be fixing that on my install soon, but it actually did work fine without them. Highly recommended. 218423



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My CC-275 bike carrier arrived just 3 days after I placed the order. Packaging was bomb-proof and the carrier itself, compared to other similar product I have seen, seems to be assuringly over-built. I have only "dry-installed" it because I want to be sure I have it set up exactly right. My camper is some what a unique design so I won't drill any holes until I'm certain. Only a couple of minor disappointments: the manufacturer is still enclosing two bolts that should be a quarter to a half inch longer in spite of a great many reviews pointing out the shortcoming of short bolts. Second, I am cranky about the placement of the bolt holes on the upright posts, in that they face back to front rather than parallel to the front of the camper. It's hard to get a drill into the space between the post and the camper. If they were aligned the other way it would be a piece of cake to drill out the posts. Etrailer.com, , do you share customer comments with the manufacturer? Oh, and the CC-275 is made in the good old US of A! 295784



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Ordering was easy. Item shipped in a timely manner with frequent updates from customer service to keep me informed about delivery. Installation was easy. It took me less than an hour. Easy to figure out. I hardly looked at the instructions. You can pretty much look at the picture and figure it out. The only thing that may be difficult is that you have to drill some holes in the tubing to bolt the parts together. You'll need small drill and a 3/8 bit. I have these things and it took me 5 minutes to drill holes. The other drawback was that 2 of the bolts included were too short. They provide 2-2 1/2" bolts that didn't work. I went to the hardware store and got 2-3" bolts. No problem. I used this rack to carry two bikes on my trailer. The rack is very strong and rigid. The metal tubes were about 1 1/2" away from the trailer. I was concerned that they may sway/bounce and hit the trailer while traveling. Not a problem. Rack never moved. I would recommend this rack for anyone who needs a place to carry their bikes. 228314



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Good solid product which I purchased because I had concerns about carrying bikes on the back bumper. I installed this on a 2012 Rockwood mini-lite which has a short front. Our bike rack didn't have the clearance so I found a rack with a distance of 7 1/2 inches from the pin hole to the upright and this works well. We may have to take the front wheel off the bike closest to the tow vehicle but this is a much better way to transport our bikes. I like this item! 187841


Comments

All good!

Mark V - 05/05/2016

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I would have given it 5 stars but there a couple of simple design improvements that I can't understand why they haven't been implemented. 1) Bolts to hold the bent posts in the Frame Pockets weren't sufficiently long enough, 2) captive nuts should be supplied (for all nuts) instead of lock washers, and the biggest one 3) the pre-drilled holes in the Cross Tube to hold the Bent Posts in place should have been drilled side-to-side parallel with the front of the trailer instead of front-to-back (can't get a drill behind the rack once assembled). This would allow drilling out the holes in the bent pipe with the rack in position from the side w/o taking the rack apart. Other than that it worked quite well during our 4500 mile road trip carrying just about 100 lbs of bike rack/bikes. Just be careful of the tow vehicle turn radius if your bike rack is quite wide like our platform rack was. Hanging bike rack would work the best I think. 262452



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Perfect setup for what we needed. Installation issue - need longer bolts. Used the Swagman XP 3-bike hitch mount rack and carried 2 bikes. Drove close to 1,300 miles last year with the bikes on and had no issues. On-loading and off-loading bikes is very easy with a pickup truck - dropped tailgate is just the right height. 259805



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We purchased the Bike Bunk as we were planning a 2 week trip from Texas to Montana with our son and his two boys. We were taking 5 bicycles and had to find a solution. After watching the video several times we took a chance and purchased. It was very easy to install, actually easier than most of the reviews suggested. The rack worked perfectly and we have had absolutely no issues. The only comments I might add are that the bikes end up pretty high in the sky. My grand kids couldn't get their bikes down without adult help. The other issue is that sometimes we would have to remove the first bike in very tight backing situations. But it was really never a big issue. The most interesting thing to happen is how many people stopped us and asked "where did you get that?" We were happy to tell everyone that asked. One guy even took over a dozen pictures he was so impressed. 249660



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Just mounted the rack today. It was very easy to assemble. Tried a couple of places to get the best fit so I can get to my propane tanks. Only took about 45 min to mount. Put the bikes on but have not pulled the trailer with the bikes in place. 523620



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I bought this bike rack to get our bikes in front of the trailer and off the back bumper. In reading about bumper mounted bike racks most state that they shouldn't be mounted off the back of trailers. I suppose it's because of the bouncing action. The bikes sit high enough so they don't interfere with the truck while turning. The only problem is the height can be inconvenient in taking the bikes off and on. Fortunately our bike rack is hinged so the bikes can be lowered to make it easier. The other issue is the rack doesn't allow the use of a rigid propane cover as the cross bar sits to close to the top of the propane bottles. The rack is well built and easy to install. 310097



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I ordered (on line) a Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier (2"-100 lbs, CC-275). It was delivered well within the estimated time in excellent condition. I mounted it on my A-liner Classic. It took a couple of hours without any problems. I was able to install it such that the cross bar is about 2" from the A-liner front. So that's good. It feels very sturdy. I mounted my bike rack and 2 adult hybrid bikes (total weight about 95 lbs). It still feels very solid, and there's no problem with turning radius (with my Toyota Tacoma with cap). Haven't taken it on the road yet, but I don't foresee any problems. I'm very happy with the product. 291823



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The delivery was very quick and both items arrived at the same time and in excellent condition. We were able to put it on our travel trailer with no problem and it went together very easy! The bike rack was also very easy to put together and once we figured out the best way to put our bikes on it we were really pleased! We are looking forward to using it this weekend! Thank You, this really helpedus solve our problem of taking our bikes. 259042



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I bought the bike bunk about a year ago and mounted it on my 2008 Dutchmen travel trailer. It went on pretty easy. Locating and drilling the holes was probably the most difficult part. I can remove the propane tanks cover and the battery with the bike bunk on as long as the bikes are not on. I used it for the first time on a trip from Illinois to Florida last Jan. I ended up with a little more weight on the tongue than I would like, but the trailer tracked fine and the bikes rode very well. So far I'm very happy with this purchase. It has freed up a lot of space in the bed of my truck and I can keep the bed cover closed. 407083



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Product works great. I have a storage box where my LP bottles reside, to store hoses and power cords, etc. So I needed something that would keep the bikes above all this. the bed of my truck was full so did not want to mess with them there, and I can watch them as we travel in my rear view mirror instead of on the bumper behind the trailer. This does the trick. Because of how this fastens to the trailer tongue sides moving back and forth, and can be adjusted for the width, it is very adaptable. I put my bike holder in the receiver, and use a couple bungee straps opposite each wheel to keep them from rocking. 242217



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So we finally started using this bike rack, and it is great. It fits nicely on the frame over our propane tanks. We have a travel trailer with the fold out beds which lowers right on top of where the bike rack is, so I had to saw the posts down about 5 inches, so the bed wasn't resting on it while it was down. Works great though. We have a light weight frame, so it is a little smaller than the normal frames, so the hardware that was included worked just fine (some commenters said that you needed longer bolts). We are really happy that we were able to find this rack, it saves a lot of time for us. thanks, 448192



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I knew I would like this when the photo on the box was that of my trailer and my truck down to the color. Actually, now that it is installed, I find it extremely sturdy and stable. I appreciate the fact it is very adaptable to many configurations. The only drawback I found was that holes have to be drilled in the tubes (top and bottom). Because of the close proximity of the trailer to the bracket, I had to mark and remove the tubes to drill the appropriate holes. Then I had to re-install and drill through to be able to install bolts. Definitely not plug and play but a great product, nonetheless. 400808



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I have used the bike carrier on two separate occasions, and find the product to be just what the doctor ordered. The unit is very sturdy and of good quality. The carrier mounted easily to the front tongue of my trailer and provides more than adequate space to gain access to the tongue mounted propane tanks. I ordered this particular carrier since I can now mount my bikes to the front tongue in clear view of the tow vehicle. I did not like the thought of mounting my bike rack to a receiver mounted on the rear of my trailer, out of view and more susceptible to damage, theft or vandalism while traveling. 245774



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The rack does just what I wanted it to. It fits as stated and is well engineered and heavy. Ordering was a breeze and it was delivered very quickly -- Thank You Nicky. It comes powder coated and it packed well so all the powder was in good condition. Now for the bad -- the directions are very poorly written if that good. You have to read them and then try to figure out what they want by looking carefully at the pictures. This job goes much easier with 2 people. I spent much more time than it probably really takes but it looks good and is sturdy with the bikes on it. 216583



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This item performs exactly as I hoped it would. It took some work to assemble but we'll worth it. Because I tow with an SUV, I am able to only carry two bicycles, but I expected this. I also reversed my bike rack to ensure a clear turning and backing radius. (A pick up truck should not have any trouble hauling 4 bikes. ) I am very pleased with this bike bunk and would recommend it to anyone who desires to tamend bikes along but has no other place to put them. Shipping was fat and free. I have been very pleased with Etrailer and prefer them to CW. 210270



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Very well made product. Quite substantial. Fitted snugly between my battery tray attachment and the weight distribution arms on the A frame of my 2015 Lance 2285 TT. I am able to remove the cover from the propane tanks without removing the top cross tube. The 3/8" x 2 1/2" bolts specified in Figure F are too short. They need to be 2 3/4", the same as in Fig I instead. You can make them work, but the lock nuts don't really engage well. This thing is solid. Once installed, absolutely no movement. I have no doubt it will carry my two Mountain Bikes well. 178816



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Didn't give it 5 stars because it only supports 100 lbs. Bike rack I bought is 54 # and two bikes at 40# puts it over its weight capacity. I think the concept is great but needs some fine tuning to be able to hold at least two adult bikes. Price is on the upper end to only carry 100#. I changed all the bolts from grade 5 to grade 8 added upright brace that attaches to my tongue jack bolts and sets under bike rack to help support the weight. Not recommending this to anyone just saying what I did. 273940



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This product works perfectly and is super strong. I'm not sure why this is only rated to 100lbs, it is extremely strong and thick steel. I actually decided to cut the vertical support tubes down to lower the overall height so my expandable trailer front panel could lower over the top of it. The steel was so tough my metal cutting bandsaw couldn't cut it! I had to take them to a metal fabricator with an industrial saw to cut them. I'm very impressed with the quality of the product and the design. 222369



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summary: Good solid product but I struggled to drill the holes (especially the top two facing the trailer body) details: - the installation instructions are poor, and especially lack any tips on how to drill the holes. - I burned two HSS drill bits and finally finished the job after spending $20 on a titanium drill bit (3/8") - I need a tall ladder to get your bikes on/off (not just a small step ladder) - very sturdy once installed. I'm not worried about my bikes. 409643



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I bought this bike bunk to mount on the tongue of my R-pod camper. I carry 2 bikes on it, and I love having them right in my view as I drive along. I have very little bounce with this unit. Oh, BTW the bikes sit just high enough that they go over the tailgate on sharp turns. 474753



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Arrived quickly. I was skeptical about the fit with propane tanks and dual golf cart batteries. Pleasently surprised that the frame brackets mounted just rear of the welded battery tray angles on our 2014 Prowler 20RBS. Plenty of clearance and we have normal access to the propane tanks and batteries. Plan on picking up the Swagman original 3 bike rack soon. Perfect fit, although I broke a 3/8" drill bit due to no fault but my own. Very solid frame and tubes. 198822



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I wanted a well made bike rack for my new travel trailer, and it had to be hitch mounted vs mounted on the rear bumper on my trailer. Rear bumpers on trailers are notorious for lacking the structural integrity necessary for a bike rack with 2 bikes. I have not assembled this yet but I am impressed with the thickness of the metal parts. Instructions are somewhat skimpy but any person with minimal mechanical skills should be successful assembling this rack. 472236



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This rack was easy to assemble and buil d. 245479



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Just installed it today. Relatively easy and the unit is made of good solid materials with legible and easy to follow instructions. Only downside is how high the bikes will ride but that is unavoidable. I like that we can transfer the bike rack to the Jeep once we get where we are headed and in effect have 2 racks, one for travel and one to use on the towing vehicle. Good price when I ordered it and great customer service. 502970



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This product worked out great we love it it fits on the camper Tong perfectly and it is out-of-the-way for when you're backing up the vehicle does not hit the bikes. I would recommend this for anybody that needs to carry their bikes with them but don't have room on the bumper to put them. Plus on some of the reviews that we've read about your bike rack on the bumper it has bent the bumper and they've lost their bikes. 150394



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Fits perfectly at the front of my Living Lite Camplite 14DBS. I have dual battery boxes and dual propane tanks (with a plastic cover over the tanks) and the curvature of the supports cleared these items with no problem. I will comment that although it is possible for 1 person to load bikes on a bike carrier attached to this rack, it is much easier and I highly recommend that 2 people do the loading. 418139



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Not too bad to install. I made a few modifications to fit my specific camper. Beyond that, the rack worked perfectly. Ten trips last year with the longest trip being from Pennsylvania to Maine and not a single issue. Solid and easy to take on and off. Same with the bike rack- easy to take on and off. I would highly recommend this rack as a solid solution to carrying your bikes on the front of your camper. 388492



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This has been fantastic. It's high up to get bikes on and off but I like them there better then on the back of camper. Everyone we talked to at E trailer was awesome!!! Thank you. 269275



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This is better than sliced bread. We ordered on Sunday afternoon, the carrier was here on Tuesday. That is as good as it gets. I dry assembled the carrier, it even held my bikes up only being held by the set screws. This carrier exceeded my expectations. All I can say is etrailer service is great, and the product is great. Thanks to all involved!!!! 159016



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Product works as advertised, but be careful with your tow vehicle. I use a 2005 GMC Savanna passenger van to tow my trailer and it damaged the vehicle when I made a turn. I’m sure there wouldn’t be a problem with a truck, but this didn’t work with my setup. Now collecting dust in the garage after one use. Too bad. I really liked the idea. 527847



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Perfect fit on the front of our RV Travel trailer- holds our receiver hitch bike racks at a height that doesn't impede maneuvering the trailer while backing up. We have a small (19') KZ Spree Express trailer, and this worked perfectly. Easy to install; hardest part was drilling the holes to secure the uprights in the final position. 355751



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Works great mounted on the tongue of our rpod camper. It could add a couple hundred pounds to the tongue weight, coupled with the bike rack and bikes, so the math has to be done for your tow vehicle. Overall, much more stable than a rear bike carrier. We will see what kind of rusting will occur with time spent outside. 494042



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I purchased this bike bunk one year ago and put it on my small travel trailer. I didn't want to add extra weight to the back of the trailer, so being able to mount the bike and bike rack to this bike bunk in the front was an ideal situation for me. I am still using it and I am very happy with this product! 258587



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Very nice and sturdy. I would recommend this front camper bike rack. I wish they would have put some taped holes in the receiver, 2 on top and two on the side to tighten up your bike rack when you slide it into the receiver. I did it to mine and the bikes don’t wobble at all. All in all very nice product. 480719



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We have installed the rack and bike holder and they are exactly what we expected. Customer service was very helpful in suggesting a replacementioned bike rack when the one we chose was no longer available . Very good quality. Thank you. 379474



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Product works well for my needs & fits my R-Pod trailer as advertised. The instructions were a bit difficult for this non-mechanically inclined person but after a few miss starts I was able to secure it. So far it's met my expectations. 271843



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Usually I am a loyal Amazon shopper. I found the same item cheaper on Etrailer.Com and decided to give them a chance. I got my item in 3 days and at a lower price. The bike carrier installed in 25 minutes and workes great. Super sturdy. 186110



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Instructions were not the best I've seen, but I was able to mount this on my Jayco flight 198 trailer in about 1 hr. There was some drilling involved and I replace the 2 1/2 inch bolts for 2 3/4 to make the nylon nuts work correctly 144761



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Seems to be a nice, quality product. Did not realize I had to drill the holes in the round up uprights, but I understand the logic. Except for drilling, installation was a breeze, though installation instructions could be better. 417196



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Nice for 2-3 bikes. 5 bikes might be a bit much. Knocked off a star because two bolts are too short. All bolts should be 2 3/4" as the 2 1/2" bolts don't fit where indicated. Go buy two more 3/8 x 2 3/4" bolts for the installation. 255628


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We carry the two adult bikes on a hitch mount carrier up on the bike bunk. I do have to remove bikes and hitch carrier to remove the propane cover if I need to fill a tank.

Karl P - 06/01/2017

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Have it on our travel trailer. Works great for hauling our two bikes. It’s mounted close to trailer with a Hollywood two bike carrier. It’s a reach to get them on and off. I can do it myself but it’s easier with two people. 499747


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  • How to Carry a Bike Rack on the Front of a Trailer with Two Propane Tanks
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for 2014 Airstream Sport
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  • Recommended Bike Rack for Tongue of R-Pod With Electric Tongue Jack
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  • Adding a bike rack like the Swagman Around the Spare Mighty Rack, # S80500, to the back of your Aliner Chalet Camper would cause added strain on the bumper and as the dealer said, it may not be sturdy enough to handle the additional load. In this case I recommend taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer Mounted Bike Carrier, # CC-275. This would allow you to carry your bikes at the front of your trailer with a 2" hitch mounted bike rack like the Swagman Original, # S64152-2....
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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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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for 2017 Forest River R-Pod
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  • Bike Carrying Options on Keystone Passport Travel Trailer
  • Most of the photos I've seen of the Keystone Passport show a rear-mounted spare tire that would interfere with mounting a bike rack in a rear mounted hitch. If you don't have a spare tire, the Curt # 13703 would work for you. A rack mounted on the rear of a trailer will be subjected to more bouncing and jarring that it would were it mounted on a passenger vehicle, so you'd be want to be sure to use a bike rack that's rated for use on the rear of a trailer, as not all are. I'll link you...
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  • Spare Tire Bike Rack for Use on Rear Spare Tire Carrier on Forest River Pop-Up Camper
  • We do offer a range of bike carriers that are suitable for use on the back of a trailer and all can be seen on the provided link. We offer RV-approved racks for camper roof or hitch mounting, and also for attachment to a ladder, ball mount or to the bumper on a camper. None of these racks is designed to attach to a spare tire carrier however. The linked article will explain further. An accessory such as a bike carrier that is to be used on the back of a trailer or motor home must be...
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  • Towing a Trailer and Carrying Bikes at the Same Time with a 2014 Honda Odyssey
  • The Thule T2 # TH9044 will work in the receiver portion of multipurpose ball mount # D210. The issue is that you will likely have reduced turning clearance when towing the trailer and the bikes and/or rack could make contact with the trailer if you were to turn tightly enough. The height of the ball mount is another potential issue. The D210 has a 2-1/4 inch drop. To determine if this will be a factor there are some measurements you can take. First measure from the ground to the top...
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  • Trailer Bike Rack Recommendation for Trailer without Sturdy Bumper or Hitch
  • I believe your best option would be the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk # CC-275 since your bumper isn't solid and you don't have a hitch at the rear of the trailer. This will install on the front of your A-frame trailer and allow a bike rack to install in the hitch opening. Check out the review video I attached for more info. You will need a bike rack to fit this as well. The most popular bike rack we carry is the Swagman XTC2 Bike Rack part # S64670. This rack has a ton of positive reviews...
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  • A hitch-mount bike rack designed for use on a passenger car cannot be used on the back of a trailer like your 2015 Airstream Flying Cloud. The vertical and horizontal forces at the rear of a trailer are far more severe than at the back of a typical passenger vehicle due to the greater distance between the rear axle and the rack. In the same way that the last seat row on a bus gets a rougher ride than those up front, a bike rack installed in a hitch on the back of a trailer will have far...
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  • Recommended Bike Carrier for Use on StarCraft Comet 1220 Pop-Up Travel Trailer
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  • Best Options for Carrying a Hitch Mounted Bike Rack and Towing a Trailer
  • The # D-192 that you referenced will cut the capacity of the hitch it is installed on in half so I would instead recommend the # D210 which does not have the same capacity reduction and would provide you with a ball mount plus a second hitch opening for carrying a bike rack. Since you have an A-frame trailer a better option might be the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer # CC-275 that will install on the frame rails of the trailer. The capacity of this is 100 lbs though so you would...
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  • Solution for Carrying Bike rack While Towing Lance 1575 Travel Trailer
  • What I would recommend is to use the bike rack bunk part # CC-275 which attaches to the A-frame of the trailer to give you a hitch opening above the frame so that a bike rack like the BikeWing part # B01311 can be carried. I attached a review video for this adapter for you to check out as well.
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  • Solutions for Towing Forest River Roo Travel Trailer and Carrying Bikes Simultaneously
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  • Install Instructions for the Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk #CC-275
  • I attached pictures of the install instructions for the # CC-275 as well as a link to them for you to check out.
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  • Racks for Carrying Bikes on a 1995 Coleman Pop-up Camper
  • First, check the literature for your pup to determine if the roof is designed for weight carrying and, if so, how much weight. If you go with the Swagman Roamer # S80510 make sure to place the feet of the roof rack as far out as you can because that is where the roof will be the strongest. Then for a good rack that holds the bikes at the wheels I recommend the FrontLoader # Y02114. If you are looking at fork mount racks I recommend the MountainTrail # RBC035. Another option is to...
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  • Recommended Way to Carry Bike Rack on the Front of a 2016 Lance Model 1995
  • For your 2016 Lance Model 1995 I would recommend you use the part # CC-275 to allow you to mount a bike rack up on the A-frame of the trailer. This is a great solution that sounds like is exactly what you are looking for. Check out the review video I attached as well. The most popular bike rack we carry that has been confirmed to fit is the Thule Roadway 2 part # TH912XTR. We asked our demo and install guys to name their favorite, most easy-to-use bike racks and this one showed up in...
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