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Trying to fit tioga alloy carrier to rear of mountain bike. Can't find points on seat stays to attach. Can you help please?

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This carrier is fitted over the rear mud guard - the long bottom arms are bolted to the rear frame of the bike in the same place as the supports of the mudguard, using the same bolts (if you are removing the guard) or with longer ones (if you put it on top of the guard). The front arms will bolt on the top of the frame - depending on the type of bike you have it will bolt either to the seat shaft with a collar and the long bolt and the spacers or the rear wheel struts directly with 2 collars. On older Tioga carriers models the top fixing is done directly to the seat bolt (the bolt passes thru the holes in the fixing arms) so it all depends on what model of bike and carrier you have.
All the necessary fittings should have come with the carrier if new.

Posted on May 30, 2011

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The "rear dropout" points are the part that connects the rear axel to the frame of the Bike. You likely have to remove the back wheel during the process of installing it.

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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A simple web search for "tioga rear rack instructions" yielded some videos.

One of them...

http://www.ehow.com/video_4415602_install-rear-rack-bicycle.html

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