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The Saris Freedom Tray Style hitch rack is a super stable and affordable bike rack. The versatile design of the universal hitch receiver allows for 2” and 1 ¼” applications. This means that the tray rack can fit on nearly all hitch mounts. The tray system allows peace of mind in knowing that this back rack is securely holding your bike in place. Another great feature is that the rack folds down for rear vehicle access.
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Comments about Saris Freedom Bike Tray Universal Hitch:
The rack works well, I like the fact that it fits into 1 1/4 or 2 inch receivers. The bikes are stable, and it hasn't left marks,on the bikes. I bought this to haul my fat bike, the wheel straps do not fit a fat bike. Jenson advised me to use bungees, but I didn't want to chance that with a 2000.00 bike. I called Saris and they were happy to,send a couple straps at no charge.
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Please note this offer is only available to physical shipping addresses in the 48 continental United States (no PO Boxes), and oversize charges still apply on some heavy/large items.