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Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Ford Fiesta

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Review of the Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks on a 2014 Ford Fiesta

Today on our 2014 Ford Fiesta we're doing a test fit of the Kuat Trio roof bike rack. Part number is TR02. Now this is a fork-mounted bike rack. As you can see, the bike is already on our rack. As you can see it's fork-mounted. We have our skewer down here.

All we do is pull this way to disengage it, but let's go to the back now. Like I said, we have a wheel strap here just holding down our wheel in place. I'm going to move this first like so, put it out of the way. And to disengage this, pretty much pull this way. You can tighten and loosen on this side.

It's pretty loose so we can move our bike. There we go. I'm going to set this to the side. We always say please always, if you have any straps to your bike, please replace them so they don't get damaged or lost. I'm going to do that first. All right.

Now let's say we have a skewer here. What we have here is universal holders. Pretty much this is a u-bolt. The things on top, I pretty much call them allen nuts. This is a tool that comes with them to remove them, so like so.

We just back it up, but we're going to keep them tight just for right now. So these will fit around pretty much any of your crossbars. We have our square bars today. Alrighty. To the back, all we have is two wing nuts with a metal plate that fits under the crossbar, pretty much unloosening this way and tightening to your right. Now also we have our wheel strap. Like I said, this is universal. It can move to any side, so any particular bike you have on, it will fit onto our rack. So, that'll be our look for the Kuat Trio roof bike rack; part number again is TR02 on today's 2014 Ford Fiesta. Let's see how it does on our test course. Here it is on our test course. First is the slalom 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've got the silent speed bumps, which show you up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out your driveway.

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