SeaSucker Komodo Bike Rack

SeaSucker Komodo Bike Rack
SeaSucker Komodo Bike Rack
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Komodo Bike Rack by SeaSucker
Strikingly beautiful and jaw-droppingly tough, the SeaSucker Komodo Bike Rack is machined out of solid aluminum and uses four powerful 210lb pull strength-rated vacuum cups to provide a perfect fit across a wide variety of vehicles' trunks, roofs, or rear window. It's meant for cars or trucks that don't otherwise have a lot of room to spare for racks, and installs in seconds without hassle or fear of scratching or denting your car thanks to the smooth vacuum cups. This fork-mount carrier also features a rear cradle on the tail to keep your bike's wheel on the rack and off your car, secured with a ratcheting strap for a locked-in fit. SeaSucker threw in a five-gram tube of vacuum pump maintenance lube and a protective cover to help keep this rack around for years and years to come.

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SKU: SSQ0009
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