SportRack EZ Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2010 Chrysler Town and Country

content loading




Review of the SportRack EZ Hitch Bike Rack on a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country


Today on this 2010 Chrysler Town and Country were going to do a test fit of part number a30901 from SportRack. This is SportRacks 2 Bike Easy Hitch Mounted Rack. One quick note, this bike will work with 1-3/4 receiver hitches class one and class two, and will also work on 2 receiver hitches with the included spacer, and we will be using that today. Okay the first thing we will do is go ahead and install the bicycle rack into the hitch and then we will tighten down the anti rattle bolt and put the safety pin on the other side, and we use a 3/4 wrench to tighten it down. Okay from the closest point of the bicycle rack to the rear hatch on the van is going to be 9-1/2, and ground clearance will be 10-1/2, now we will go ahead and fold the rack and give you one more measurement at the very end of it. We will pull out two key pins, unfold it and then reinstall the pins in matching holes.

On the very back of the rack it will look like ground clearance will be 15 We will go ahead and check for access to the back of the van, we will need to lower the center post out of the way, and then we could try it out. That looks all good, now lets go ahead and load up a bike. Alright we will go ahead and put our bike into place; we will take the center post, put up to the bike, and then put the clamp down on the top tube, and then put the pin back at the bottom. Alright now we will go ahead and tighten down our wheel straps, and make sure our clamp is tightened down on our center post. In a few steps our bike is already loaded up and ready to go, and with that it will finish it for our test fit of part number a30901 from SportRack, our 2 Bike Easy Hitch Mounted Rack on our 2010 Chrysler Town and Country..


Questions and Comments about this Video

add comment