WheelWally. A bike rack for trucks. Compact, easy to install, very secure. Attach your road or mountain bike quickly, without removing your wheel. Fits wheel sizes: 26″, 27.5″ , 29″, and 700c. A standard (non-track) WheelWally installation shown with a 29er wheel. H.b.a.’s are inserted into 1/4″ holes drilled in the rail. (No rail drilling is required if you have a rail “track”.) T.b.a.’s are inserted into 1/4″ holes drilled in the bed. (No bed drilling is required if you have a bed “track”.) Always use your “Off-road kit” or your “Rear wheel tie down kit” with your WheelWally. This short bed (5′-8″) truck uses a bed extender so the bike will fit. Two bikes in a long bed (8′-0″) truck. No bed extender is needed. The “Off-road kit” is an excellent upgrade that replaces the “Rear wheel tie down kit”. Detail showing the “L” end of the O.R.K. attached to the side rail hardware. The O.R.K. eliminates lateral bike movement. It keeps your bike fixed in place, all the time. The “Rear wheel tie down kit” keeps the rear wheel of your bike “planted” to the truck bed. The R.W.T.D.K. does NOT resist lateral movement and should only be used with light bikes like this one. We do NOT recommend this installation! Use the O.R.K. instead when transporting heavier bikes. The WheelWally design prevents damage to your carbon fiber frame and fork. Use a cable (not included) to lock your WheelWally and your bike. Road biking is great, especially when you can start at a remote location, away from cars. Super strong Omni straps hold this fat bike in place. A Cannondale bike with a “Lefty” fork. This bike has a fixed axle, instead of a quick-release skewer. This is a Toyota “deck rail” installation. H.b.a.’s slide into the track. T.b.a.’s are inserted into 1/4″ holes drilled in the bed. Toe-boards can be oriented like this, or spun 180˚, whichever works best for your “below-the-bed” layout. A section of Toyota “deck rail”. Toyota h.b.a. track washers fit horizontally. The “no-slip”nuts are aligned vertically. This is a Nissan “utili-track” installation. No drilling is required for this installation. H.b.a.’s and t.b.a’s slide into the “utili-tracks”. The “utili-track” can be capped with a rubber strip (provided by Nissan). A section of Nissan “utili-track”. Nissan h.b.a. track washers fit vertically . The “no-slip” nuts are aligned vertically. Standard h.b.a.’s can be removed, and reinstalled, without using tools. When using a bed extender, store your gear in the cab of your truck, not in the bed. Go ride!