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Bike Rack Identification (1 Viewer)

Jan 2, 2015
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We're trying to identify the make/manufacturer of the bike rack that came with our daughters new-to-her camper.
Its on a 2001 La Strada Regent L.
No idea how old the bike rack is but as you can see from the pictures, it is in two parts, one on each of the two barn doors. Can't find any ID on it. The image of the logo (which is annoyingly familiar) is on the plastic end caps for the top mounting.
Thanks for any help.

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Minxy

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Omnistor I think ... let me do a bit of googling.
 

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Yup definitely Omnistor, now Thule. I remember seeing these types of racks in the past and whilst initially they looked okay in use it meant that until you removed the bikes you couldn't actually open the rear doors. I suspect the design was because the doors weren't strong enough on their own to support bikes on the rack so the weight was spread between both doors.
 

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