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Old 2011-11-19, 04:20 AM   #2
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Location: La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada
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What I did when I had a hitch mount for the back of my 4Runner for my trip out east was clamp a bike stem to the seatpost of my Muni, then clamp the bike rack onto the bike stem, the frame near the crown for the trials and the handle boom on the 36. It worked quite well but I also put a cable through the wheels and looped around the rack incase anything let go (which it didn't).

You can get cheep stems from bike shops if you ask for used pieces off junker bikes.

A wheel holder might be better, but the only unicycles I have ever seen on a rack were my own.
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