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Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2013 Toyota Prius c

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Review of the Inno Roof Bike Racks on a 2013 Toyota Prius c

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius C, we're doing a test fit of the Inno Fork Lock Roof Mounted Bike Carrier. Part number INXA391. Now we have a bike on our rack and we have the rack onto our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few things. The first thing I would like to show you is the fork mounting. I'd like you to see the secure is engaged underneath our cap. Now we're going to just pretty much move to the back.

W have our wheel centered in a wheel cradle. We have strap pretty much holding it down. We're going to remove that first. Set that out the way. Then we're going to come up here.

We pull up our cap. Disengage our skewer, loosen it on this side. We can take off our bike. We're going to set it off to the side. Now we're going to come back and replace our strap, so we don't lose it or damage it. While I'm back here, just to show you, you that the wheel cradle this thing actually moves up and down the frame.

If you have a bigger bike or a smaller bike you can just move it to where you need to go. Now this is a t-sided back rack. I'm going to take off this one cover. You don't even have to pullout the weather stripping, it actually fits right in there. The screw on the other side is an Allen bolt on top.

Now you also, right underneath here, there's a little knob. If you needed to move it to adjust towards the length of your cross bars, you surely can. just go ahead and put that back on here and lock that down. Now front is the same thing. Now it has two Allen bolts. It's two pieces that go into the t-slot. We also have a lock, so if you wanted to leave your bike on your vehicle for security you surely can. That's going to complete our look at the Inno Fork Lock Roof Mounted Bike Carrier. Part number again is INXA391, on today's 2013 Toyota Prius C. First is the sliding area which simulates side to side action. Like turning the corners or evasive maneuvers. Next are the alternate speed bumps. Which show you the twisting action, like hitting a pothole, road debris, or hitting a curb. Finally, we're at the solid speed bumps. Which show you up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out your driveway.

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