Bike Rack Help Fiamma Pro

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  1. Geo

    Geo Trader - Funster

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    Having just bought a |Fiamma bike rack I am puzzled:Sad:
    It came with what I believe to be a No three Bike block(clamp)
    Now to keep the first bike in place ive just tied it on and this is a pain
    Now the question is
    Is it a No three it shipped with? and why only one clamp for a two bike rack
    do I need a No one, two. or four to keep the ladies bike on as well as mine:Doh:
    Geo
     
  2. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    For four bikes you need 4 blockers, for two bikes you need No 1 and No 2 (I think!)

    They are mixed up in this search

    http://www.johnscross.co.uk/categor...ty.-All-Product/Fiamma-Carry-Bike-Accessories

    Peter
     
  3. meanders

    meanders Funster - Life Member Life Member

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    Hi Geo.

    If you had a 2 bike rack it should have come with a 2 and 3 clamps. A 3 bike has 1, 2 & 3 and a 4 bike has a no 4 as well.

    The no 1 is about 3 inches long, the no 2 is roughly 6 inches and the no three is cranked and about 10 inches (All from memory! :Doh:)

    You need to go back to the supplier to get the right bits methinks.

    Best wishes ..... Robin
     
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    If you mean the additional knuckle shaped arms with a clamp at each end that lock onto the bike geo, I have some knowing around, if you want them just shout. :thumb:
     
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    Now theres an offer you cannot refuse Geo!:thumb:

    Peter
     
  6. Euramobilly

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    My other Fiamma rack came with a clamp for each bike. That was on a T4 Transporter though. The Fiammastore site has some good pictures. http://www.fiammastore.com/Fiamma-Carry-Bikes-For-Motorhomes

    Sorry to hijack your thread but I'm having Fiamma problems too. I want to buy a rack for my Euramobil. I'm fairly sure the brackets already on the van are the original ones fitted by Euramobil but they don't seem to quite match the dimensions shown here: http://www.fiammastore.com/Fiamma-Carry-Bikes-For-Motorhomes/Fiamma-Carry-Bike-EM-Eura-Mobil I wondered if there is anyone with a Euramobil that could see what the centre-to-centre measurements on their brackets are. :thanks:
     
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