SeaSucker Board Rack

SeaSucker Board Rack
SeaSucker Board Rack
$399.00
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Board Rack by SeaSucker
You don't need an SUV, truck, or roof bars to bring you and your friend's board to the beach with the Board Rack from SeaSucker. This rack attaches to the roof of just about any car with the powerful SeaSucker vacuum mounts, which means no clips, no bars, and no hassle. All you have to do is pump the rack on and strap the boards down, and you're ready to ride. Included bar pads and nylon cam-buckle straps safely and securely carry your boards, and eliminate the need to make a second stop at the hardware store.

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SKU: SSQ000G
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