Witter ZX304 towbar mounted 4 bike cycle carrier

Technical Specifications

Carrier Type:
Towbar Mounted
Brand:
Witter
Foldable:
No
How Many Cycles:
4
Tiltable:
Yes

Witter ZX304 towbar mounted 4 bike cycle carrier

ZX304
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USD $ 357.82
 
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Witter Clamp On Towball Mounted 4 Bike Cycle Carrier

 

ZX304 ZX304 Clamp-On Towball Mounted 4 Bike Cycle Carrier

 



The Witter Clamp-On Towball Mounted 4 bike cycle carrier is suitable for all types and sizes of bikes. Holding multiple bikes, this bike rack is ideal for family trips and saves storage room in your vehicle. With extra security for your bikes through the mounting functions, feel reassured knowing your bikes are fully secured.

 

Features


  • Built in lockable clamp-down lever, making the carrier quick and easy to fit and remove.
  • Carrier can be locked to the towball.
  • Simple to use tilt action allows access to the boot with bikes loaded.
  • Adjustable wheel holders accommodate most cycle sizes.
  • To avoid contact between cycles, outer cycles are held by individual fixed arms.
  • Supplied with light board and New 2in1 electric plug to accommodate both 7pin and 13pin sockets—no adaptor needed. 



 

Technical Specifications 

 

  • Initial assembly approx 40 minutes.
  • Maximum payload – 60kg
  • Maximum weight per cycle - 17kg
  • Unladen weight - 20.0kg
  • +850mm for ferry dimensions.






Great product and easy to assemble as described in the description, just allow the time required.
Great 4x cycle carrier. Easy to use and easily carries 4 bikes.
Very happy with this product. Be warned- it takes a bit of time to assemble, although fairly straightforward
Very nice product."...........
This is a good solid carrier with some good features but a few points I don't like. The carrier is heavy and is a two person job to fit on the towbar. It is also big to store when not in use. It is quite tricky and time consuming to fit the bikes on the rack as they are very close to each other. The tilt function is good but beware, you can trap the electric cable in the mechanism when closing it causing damage to the cable. Also annoying is the straps that hold the wheels onto the carrier as the release mechanism on one side face backwards making it difficult to release. On the plus side it's very sturdy and the bikes feel safe and secure when in use.
A bit disappointed with the amount of assembly prior to use but quality made product. It can be a bit of a jigsaw puzzle getting bikes on first time round as they sit very close together so you need to ensure that you think about how you line up your pedals etc to get them to actually fit.
Excellent company to deal with. Very impressed with the carrier zx412. I'm delighted with the quality.
brilliant service quick and efficient
carrier looks solid
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I'm looking to buy the zx304. Is that the same product as the zx412? Also the straps that can be seen in the video attaching to the back of the car, do they go on when the door is open or closed? Do you need an extra pair of hands to do this? With regards to storage,does the back of it fold down? Thanks. Patrick (Dublin)

Asked by Patrick Quinn | 14/06/2017, 11:43 | 1 answer(s)

Another question: If I use this carrier with the removable Witter C51Q towbar, which electrics kit do I need (from the non model specific selection - I'm not concerned about manufacturer's warranty)? Is is the single+bypass or the 13-pin + bypass? Thanks. Peter.

Asked by Peter Gorman | 14/07/2015, 23:30 | 1 answer(s)

Does the ZX412 require straps to support the attachment to the vehicle? I know that it locks onto the tow bar with a clamp lever but the video shows straps connecting the carrier to the back of the vehicle. I am trying to decide between the ZX412 and the ZX404 and my priorities are ease of use and stability. Thanks.

Asked by Tony Stringer | 01/09/2015, 15:32 | 1 answer(s)

What is the difference between the zx404 and zx412 models? thanks

Asked by Peter Callin | 16/05/2015, 16:52 | 1 answer(s)

I have a witter removable swan neck towbar on a ford kuga, can you please advise which Witter 4 bike carrier would fit this type of towbar? Thanks Jason

Asked by Jason | 16/04/2015, 10:21 | 1 answer(s)