SeaSucker Falcon Truck Bike Rack

SeaSucker Falcon Truck Bike Rack
SeaSucker Falcon Truck Bike Rack
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Falcon Truck Bike Rack by SeaSucker
Made specifically for pickup trucks, the SeaSucker Falcon Truck Bike Rack installs easily and securely to your truck bed and rear window via non-marking, yet incredibly powerful vacuum cups. This unique bike rack carries one bike (up to 45lb) with stability to and from your riding spot thanks to the 1/2-inch thick HDPE body, and includes a spare SeaSucker vacuum mount in case you lose one, along with a five-gram Lube Tube for vacuum pump maintenance.

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SKU: SSQ0007
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