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We needed a better method to transport four bikes in our camper as a family, but we didn’t want all four bikes dangling out the back. This difficulty was not only addressed, but it was also solved quickly using the Jack-It twin bike carrier device.

Our one other issue before buying the Jack-It bike carrier system was how it would work with our 2016 Shamrock (or Roo) camper’s hybrid beds, electric tongue jack, and ability to lower the truck’s tailgate and clear the 30 pound propane tanks. All of our issues were handled thanks to the Jack-It system!

Not only does it fit over the electric tongue, but the “Y” element of the Jack-It system can be removed with one pin bolt, allowing the hybrid beds to still fold down. It also enables my 2019 Silverado’s tailgate to slide down while remaining clean.


Installation of the Jack-It Bike Carrier on a Camper

With Photos: Installing the Jack-It Double Bike Carrier System


To begin, remove the weight from your camper’s electric or crank tongue jack. While jack stands may be used to support the hybrid camper’s structure, I found that backing the vehicle up and letting the camper rest on the ball was much simpler and safer.


Once the weight has been removed from the tongue jack, you must remove the jack’s plate in order to lift the jack out of the tongue once the bolts have been removed. This is easily accomplished on my 2016 Shamrock 231KSS by just removing the pin and allowing the foot to drop.


You’ll need a 9/16 socket for this step, which you can use with either an impact or a ratchet.


Remove the three bolts that hold the tongue jack to the A frame. If the bolts are stuck, lubricate them with WD-40 and allow them to absorb the lubrication.


After removing the three bolts, take the tongue jack out of the hole, slip the Jack-It base piece under it, line the holes, and reinstall the tongue jack in your camper’s A frame.


Simply line up your three bolts once everything is finished.


When the holes are aligned, use the three new screws that came with the Jack-It to secure the bolt, then the locking washer and finally the ordinary washer.


Place them in each of the three holes and re-tighten everything.


If you have one, remember to reinstall the tongue jack foot so that your camper may be removed from the vehicle or jack stands at any time from now on.


It’s time to start putting together the portion that “Jacks” the motorcycles back over the propane tanks. Begin by tightening the two bolts together with the locking washer.


The normal washers come next.


Insert the Jack-angle It’s piece and begin tightening the bottom bolt with your fingers.


Insert the “Y” component from the Jack-parts It’s and tighten the bolt with your fingers.


Grab a ratchet and a 3/4-inch socket.


Tighten the two bolts until they’re completely secure.


Both bolts now have a hole on the end of them that is intended for a safety pin. These safety pins are in place so that if the bolts loosen while you’re driving down the road, the bike rack doesn’t fall apart. Make sure they are inserted into both bolts!


The two arms that hold the arms of the Jack-bike It’s system must now be installed. Place them on top of the “Y” piece and secure with a pin.

Wrap the safety hook over the arms and latch it to the rear side of the pins after they’ve been installed.


After that, you may install the hooks that support the weight of the bike. To do this, place the hooks in the holes and the pins on the reverse side.

You can hang your bike from here to get it to a comfortable height for the frame of that particular bike. Unless you’re fortunate, this procedure will take at least 15 minutes.

You may then attach the tire supports after you’ve found a height that works for both bikes. To assist support the bikes, just push them up to the bottom of the tires at this stage.


Put the rubber security straps on all of the connections, wrap them around the tire, and secure them with the hooks, and you’re ready to go.

Other Jack-It Double Bike Carrying System Specs & Information

The Jack-It twin bike system, according to Lippert, includes the following characteristics and specifications:

  • The overall weight of the carrier system is 25 pounds.
  • 80 pound load capacity
  • For balance, stability, and convenience of usage, carry your bikes by the wheels.
  • Fits the majority of people Trailers with a frame for travel and freight
  • Fits all types of bicycle frames
  • The rear hitch / cargo compartment of a travel trailer is freed up.
  • Tong jack is protected by a frame.
  • Comes with foam bumpers and the new SwayControl system, which improves the natural stability of the bike rack while also protecting the finish.
  • Wheel cradles may be adjusted, and SwayStop straps lock the bike wheels to the bike carrier for a safe ride.
  • Installation is simple.

Time to prepare: 5 minutes

30 minutes of active time

20 minutes of additional time

Time spent: 55 minutes

We were seeking for a better method to transport four bikes in our camper as a family, but we didn’t want to have all four dangling out the back. This difficulty was not only addressed, but it was also solved quickly using the Jack-It twin bike carrier device.


  • Kit for Jack-Double It’s Bike Carrier


  • Impact Socket or 9/16″ Socket
  • Socket 3/4″ or Impact
  • 2 Jack Stands or a Vehicle to Secure the Camper


  1. Begin by removing the camper’s weight from the tongue jack. This may be accomplished using jack stands, but the simplest method is to just connect the camper to the truck.
  2. Remove the tongue jack’s foot after the camper’s weight has been lifted.
  3. Remove the three bolts that hold the tongue jack in place using the 9/16″ socket.
  4. Remove the tongue jack from the hole, slip the Jack-It underneath it, and replace the tongue jack.
  5. To reinstall, use the Jack-It kit’s freshly supplied bolts. The camper may be removed from the vehicle at any moment when the three bolts are tightened and the foot is replaced on the tongue jack.
  6. Insert the Jack-It angle piece and tighten the bolt with your fingers. Tighten and finger tighten the bolt after inserting the “Y” piece.
  7. Tighten both bolts with a 3/4″ socket before inserting the safety pins.
  8. Install the two wing arms by first inserting the pin, then wrapping the safety latch around itself and connecting it to it.
  9. Install the bike hooks at the top of the wings after they’re finished. You may then suspend the bikes and put the bottom tire supports in place.
  10. Wrap the rubber security straps around the tire at both the bottom tire support and the top tire hook, and the Jack-It double bike carrying system should be complete.

The “jack audio connection kit” is a free and open-source software for professional audio production. It provides an API that can be used by other applications to connect with JACK.

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