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Bike Rack for Trailer hitch?

I wanted to get a bike rack to bring along our 2 bikes when we go camping. My initial thought was getting a hitch rack, so we could use it on the truck or on the back of the trailer with a bumper hitch. (I did get a bumper hitch for the trailer already.) However, I'm seeing product descriptions that make me think twice. I get the concept that the rear of trailer is going to bounce, putting more strain on the bike rack and the point where it connects to the bumper. I'm looking to spend < $200, but wondering if I'd be able to get something of good quality that won't break the bank. Note: This is the receiver I bought.
mkenyon2 08/01/22 09:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Can I get on my roof?

Brochure says fully walkabout roof. But you might take a 4x4 sheet of plywood to help distribute your weight if you're uneasy about it. Thank you, thank you! I looked again, and YES, the brochure does say fully walkable roof! I will follow all the cautions and suggestions. I try to never be careless when working high up, and I have some 2" foam left over from my basement reno, which I think I can use for this. Now, to figure out that possible leak!
mkenyon2 07/21/22 06:23am Travel Trailers
Can I get on my roof?

I have a 2012/13 Trail Runner 25BH (some info here). I'd like to know if I can get on the roof to inspect the AC and other areas. Where can I find that information out? I do have the manuals that came with the trailer, but it didn't specify one way or another. My reason is, I'd like to inspect the roof and caulking, since I think there may be a leak, but I'll post more about that in another thread.
mkenyon2 07/18/22 07:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Getting my trailer settled for the winter

As an aside, I don't have all the weight on the jack stands, barely any. And I have a cover on now, breathable ADCO cover. Pics will be forthcoming.
mkenyon2 11/29/21 10:48am Travel Trailers
Getting my trailer settled for the winter

First things first, get it off the ground a bit. Laid a few pavers to get it out of the dirt. And here it's parked. Will put the other 2 stabilizers down to take some weight off the suspension.
mkenyon2 11/26/21 08:05am Travel Trailers
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