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Differences Between Thule EasyFold and EasyFold XT


Besides the TH903202 having roller wheels to roll on the ground, what are the differences between the TH9032 and the TH903202 besides price?


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The Thule EasyFold XT # TH903202 is the latest version of the Thule EasyFold TH9032 and there are a few upgrades to what is already considered by many to be the best bike rack available, due in large part to its quality of life features. It still has the same 65 lb per bike capacity and can work in 1-1/4" or 2" hitches.

The EasyFold XT # TH903202 can handle 3" tires or up to 4-11/16" tires with Fat Bike Straps # TH985101 while the EasyFold TH9032 was limited to 2-1/2" wide tires. The EasyFold XT also has an integrated ramp which folds up, compared to the EasyFold's removable ramp.

Transporting the XT has been made easier as well, because it has wheels so when you fold it up you can still carry it with the handle, but also have the option of rolling it along instead of needing to carry it.

Frankly, you can't go wrong with the EasyFold TH9032 or the EasyFold XT # TH903202, with the latter option being better if you have a bike with fat tires, or just want that bit of extra conveneince it offers.

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Vicki M.

Will theTH903202 which looks ideal work on infinity 2010 EX 35. I have one bike. Rad City Step Through. Is there a similar product for one bike.?

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Reply from Chris R.

The Thule EasyFold XT # TH903202 will work great both on your Infinity EX35 and for your RadCity e-bike. If you don't yet have a hitch on your Infinity the Curt # C11510 is the right choice (as long as your EX35 is the Journey model). I wish there was a single-bike version of the EasyFold, but at least this way it offers some versatility if you ever need to transport a second bike.

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