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Yakima Q-Towers (4-pack)
$209.00
Yakima's Q-Towers are the rock-solid foundation for your Yakima roof rack (for vehicles without factory roof racks). The Q-Towers automatically adjust to fit your vehicle's roof contours and they have die-cast components that securely hold the crossbars (sold separately). Plus, they hold fast and safely to your roof with rubber pads that protect your vehicle's finish.
Yakima Roundbar SL Adapter
$30.00
Bar adapter that allows you to run RoundBar on StreamLine Towers.
RockyMounts Brass Knuckles
$219.95
RockyMount's Brass Knuckles rack gets your bike from point A to point B with the minimum of hassle and the maximum of security. The aluminum arm uses finely indexed ratcheting to hold front bike wheels from 20- to 29-inches with widths from skinny road tires to fat DH monsters. Form-fitting mounting hardware plays nicely with almost any roof-mounted bars: round, square, or aero. When your bike isn't on the roof, the arm folds down for an extremely low profile for minimal wind noise and maximum gas mileage. For extra security, you can lock the bike to the rack and the rack to your car with lock cores (sold separately).
RockyMounts TieRod
$139.95
RockyMounts' TieRod is a fantastically simple and elegant option for attaching a fork mount roof rack to your vehicle's factory crossbars. Not only will you be impressed with its easy, secure operation, you'll be thrilled with how well the rubber coated stainless steel straps perfectly hug the roof racks on your car. Plus, with RockyMounts locks (sold separately) you can lock the rack to your vehicle and your bike to the rack.
TerraTrike Universal Trike Carrier
$119.95
The Universal Trike Carrier (or UTC) consists of three durable foam mounts and two adjustable straps in a convenient carrying bag. It allows any trike owner (TerraTrike or otherwise) to carry their trike on the roof of any four-door vehicle safely and easily. UTC users simply place the foam mounts onto the bottom of their trikes wheels, load the trike onto the roof of their vehicle, and strap the trike down using the straps that run through the back and front doors of the car. The trike can also be strapped down to a roof rack instead of through the doors. The form-fitting, high-density foam will leave no scratches on the vehicle (if clean) and pads on the straps cushion the trike frame from wear marks. - Rooftop carrier for a single trike - Compact and light weight - Easy installation - Inexpensive alternative to hitch racks
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