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30185665956_8e354ff1e0_z.jpgHere is a nice advantage of the high roof on the TC. I installed a Thule Sidearm rack inside my 2016 SWB XLT. I fabricated a plate and used shoulder nuts (threaded rivets) to mount it to the floor. The mountain bike barely fits and the road bike fits perfectly.https://www.thule.com/en-us/us/bike-rack/roof-bike-racks/thule-sidearm-594xt-_-5546509

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No. I just removed the one section of the 60/40 rear seat. Both front seats are all the way back so the rear passenger foot well is not easy to see, but it is there.  In the photo a door mat covers the seat mounting brackets. I made a mounting plate for the Thule rack.

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Nice work,

I have always put just the seat back down just like you do Don,

then I drape a towel to keep the bike dirt off the side of the upright seat and hooked a strap around

the head rest post and a second one from the lower rear hook point on the back of the seat section. 

Cost of the two straps was something like $8 and no fabrication or mount.

Bike has never moved yet..

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This is what I came up with for my Connect. Works pretty good other then having to figure out something for the front wheels. 

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