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I've seen them used on regular Trailblazers but never on a TBSS, and I'm just curious if there's a particular reason for that. I haven't yet bought a TBSS, but am in the market, and just want to make sure I could use one of these for toting some mountain bikes around. To be specific, I'm referring to something of this nature:

http://www.rei.com/product/737561/t...-078C-DE11-B4D4-0019B9C043EB&mr:referralID=NA

I don't see any reason it couldn't be used, but I just figured it would be worth asking as I can't seem to find any photos or info of any nature on this exact subject. If anyone has any experience with this, please let me know.

Thanks, in advance! :cheers1:
 

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Awesome! This is exactly what I needed to hear - Thanks guys.

Anybody have a photo of theirs mounted up, by chance? Just curious to see what it looks like.
 

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Yo!

I use this one on my SS
The Saris cycle on pro.

http://www.saris.com/en/bike-racks/...ypage_images.tpl&product_id=235&category_id=8

It is pricey but my so are my bikes.

You probably don't see many SS with bike racks for a few reasons.
1. it's a clean looking vehicle so people don't like leaving the rack on.
I take mine off after every ride/trip.

2. most cyclists probably are not into high horsepower and low mpg.
 

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I've got an older version of the 4-bike Yakima hitch rack - just used when visiting stage 3 of the USAPCC. Here's a pic of it on the TBSS (without bikes).

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