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I have a spoiler and i can not get the bike rack to fit on without the weight of the rack resting on the spoiler, what to do?

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The spoiler on a street car is the undeniable victory of form over function.

This rack might work depending on how high the spoiler is. I had a '90 Eagle Talon with a wing back in the day and I just flipped the whole rack over so the curve was over the spoiler. Later I just broke down and got a proper Thule roof rack. Function won.

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I contacted Bell Sports and complained about the lack of downloadable manuals. They said they are in the process of developing the website which will provide them.

http://www.bellbikestuff.com/

It has some basic stuff about helmets and tire changing right now. Stay tuned and check it once in a while.

In the meantime, they sent me the manual for the Doubleback/Tripleback Car Rack in English since that was the one I used as an example.

If you post your email to this solution I will be notified and will send it to you.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

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