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Here are some pictures of my Commander with my bikes mounted on the Jeep sport utility bars with Jeep bike rails. There is also a picture of my old Jeep alongside the new Jeep. Lastly, there is a picture of a really nice "JEEP" hitchcover I found that measures 7" X 3."

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Nice pictures bud, I thought I was the only one with a hundred different shots of my commander. Great shots. maximo
 

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I found the hitch cover from a company called Padington Inc. They are not the manufacturer but just the wholesaler. A word search on Padington Inc. should find it. It was only $30, which was $10 cheaper than most other "Jeep" or "Hemi" hitch covers I had found.
 

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Sweet Commander. I'll have to comment on the Griffin to, excellent choice for a TT bike. Whats the Mountain bike? Trek Fuel?

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Chip
 

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Ah, a fellow cyclist with a Jeep Commander. The mountain bike is a 2003 Turner Burner with Mavic crossmax tubeless wheels, FSA carbon cranks, Speedplay Frogs pedals, Shimano XTR components, and Rock Shox Race 80mm shock. I will be racing the Griffen at Wildflower this weekend. What do you ride? Do you compete?
 

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I used to do Tri's. Been Adventure racing for the past two years. Most of my road miles are done on an old litespeed Classic. My tri bike was a Cervelo P3 "back in the Day". Most of my adventure racing has been on a Tomac Black Talon hard tail. Just recently purchased a Giant Anthem and have been amazed at the comfort over the long haul. Probably not quite as efficient but when your on it for days at a time the FS makes up for it. Good luck at WIldflower, I've always read about that race and thought it would be a blast. Camping and all that. I've heard in the past the Aid stations are the best at that race! LOL.

Oh yeah, I’m loving my Commander again now that the Transmission is fixed!

Check out our teams Primal Quest Adventure race Website.
http://www.ecoprimalquest.com/2006/teamsite/teams/team.cfm?id=55BB90D8-E0C5-8CA1-E83FAE94C897D7C7
 
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