Q: Is there a weight limit. I want to carry 1 or 2 electric bikes.
A: Light weight bikes only. 35 pounds or less.
If carrying bikes mount this ladder securely. Bolt it through the door or use threaded inserts and bolts. Likely this would not carry electric bikes.
Q: I would like to know if I could purchase the parts which allow the universal ladder bicycle rack part #501BR which allow the “L” bike carriers to swivel out of the way In order to use the ladder to climb the RV roof without removing the entire bike rack, they are a set of four items which allow the bike rack arms to be attached to the ladder the top 2 attachments have a pin which release the “L” bracket in order to swing away from the ladder steps, while the bottom ones just hold the “L” arms in place and allow the swivel to occur. If so how much?
A: You can move the arms to the side and use your ladder without removing the bike rack. This rack is available only as shown and we have no additional parts available.
Q: Will this work on a 2022 Travato 59G ladder (installed option from Winnebago)?
A: It may work if your ladder has round tubing around 1 inch in diameter.
Q: I recently purchased the Prime Design Aluminum no-drill rear access ladder, will this bike rack mount to this ladder?
A: This product does not fit the Prime Design ladders.
For this bike we must buy a Surco ss ladder, where is this product for a transit 250 med roof to install on rear door??
Q: I have a ford transit van by Winnebago "Paseo". what size tubing does the bicycle rack accept on the ladders they attach to?
A: This bike rack works on 1" tubbing,
Q: Can this be used to access the roof?
A: This item is just the bike rack and does not include the ladder. You will need a RV style or Surco stainless ladder to mount the bike rack to.
Q: How much weight does this rack hold? We have one electric bike and one mountain bike
A: Only light weight bikes. I would guess your bike weighs more than 45 pounds?
Q: Does the bike rack (501BR) work with the ladder (093TM)?
A: Yes, 501BR works with any of the Surco stainless steel ladders.
A: Yes, but I would bolt this securely to the door rather than use the screw included with the ladder. Pull down on the ladder to make sure it is seated when you mark the bottom holes. I would also use automotive grade silicone at the top to keep the ladder from sliding left or right. Use only light weight bikes.