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Gerald S.
Would the seasucker setup for a tricycle work to mount the tricycle vertically on the back of my travel trailer?
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Reply from Les D.

We do not have any rack that will support a vertical trike rack on the back of a travel trailer. In fact, there are few racks of any kind that will support bikes on the back of a trailer due to the rough duty they are subjected to. I contacted SeaSucker and they did not have any product tested for this scenario. The do have the # 298-BD1005 rack that can go on the roof of a vehicle, but it is unknown if it would work vertically on a trailer.

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Reply from Les D.

We do not have any rack that will support a vertical trike rack on the back of a travel trailer. In fact, there are few racks of any kind that will support bikes on the back of a trailer due to the rough duty they are subjected to. I contacted SeaSucker and they did not have any product tested for this scenario. The do have the # 298-BD1005 rack that can go on the roof of a vehicle, but it is unknown if it would work vertically on a trailer.

Reply from Gerald S.

@LesD I guess a follow-up question to that would be if I build a frame off the bumper of my travel trailer that the back two wheels of my wife’s tricycle could fit into would then Seasucker hold the front wheel if it were fastened to the backside of the camper?

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Reply from Les D.

@GeraldS The SeaSuckers have the most strength at not pulling away from the suction cups. Less strong if the load is pulling sideways from the suction cup. So, if your homemade frame held the weight of the frame and trike, and the SeaSucker only prevented it from falling away from the trailer, it MIGHT work, but it has not been tested. Your trailer would need a smooth outer surface like you would find on a fiberglass trailer - not corrugated metal.

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