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Yakima Fork Adapter
$59.00
Yakima's Fork Adapter allows you to attach your through-axle fork to your fork-mounted rack quickly and easily. The tall arms give your brake caliper room to clear the tray, too.
Yakima SkyLine Towers
$225.00
Roll your own way – the SkyLine Towers work with our Landing Pads to create a customizable, mega-versatile, super easy-to-use system that easily handles your unique personality and extensive range of gear. - Complete SkyLine Tower set - Secure and simple – may be the easiest-to-use rack system out there - Fits all styles of Landing Pad (required) - Advanced tower architecture is sleek, strong and quiet - Works with JetStream, CoreBar and RoundBar crossbars - BarBed has 12° of pitch adjustment to optimize tower position and level bars on roofs with curved flush rails - Super-simple installation – tool included - Maximum load rating of 165lbs (75kg), depending on vehicle and bar rating TECHNICAL SPECS - Weight: 1.00 lbs - Dimensions: L 4.50” x W 4.50” x H 3.00”
Yakima Boa Wheelstrap
$7.99
Rear wheel strap for Boa bike mount. Includes one strap.
Yakima SKS Lock Cores (6-Pack)
$80.00
Yakima SKS (Same Key System) Lock Cores secure all lockable Yakima rack systems, cargo boxes, and accessories. It's your gear, keep it that way. - Fits all lockable accessories - Includes 6 SKS Cores and matching keys - 2 keys included plus a control key
Yakima Holdup Wheelstrap
$3.99
Replacement Wheelstrap for Holdup. Adds 2.5" of Length to Forklift and Frontloader Rear wheel mounts.
Yakima HitchLock
$29.99
There's no need to worry if you're using Yakima's HitchLock. The HitchLock allows you to lock your Yakima hitch carrier directly to your hitch receiver, preventing theft.
Yakima Rear Wheelstrap for ForkLift/FrontLoader
$4.99
Replacement Rear Wheelstrap for Forklift, Frontloader
Yakima World Strap
$7.99
Rubber straps used to secure bikes to Yakima hitch and strap racks manufactured prior to 2004. Each strap has 5 holes which are 3/4" in diameter. Since 2004 we have used rubber straps called Chain Straps, which each have 8 holes that are 1/2" in diameter.
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