SeaSucker Mini-Bomber 2 Bike Rack

SeaSucker Mini-Bomber 2 Bike Rack
SeaSucker Mini-Bomber 2 Bike Rack
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Mini-Bomber 2 Bike Rack by SeaSucker
Arguably Seasucker's most versatile rack, the Mini-Bomber 2 Bike Rack fits just about any vehicle--from military SUVs to flashy sport cars--and reliably carries two bikes, all without the need for any extra equipment that doesn't already come in the box. Shaped like a stealth bomber, and as tough as one, this fork-mount rack employs four vacuum cups (each rated up to 210-pound pull-strength) that secure themselves to your car's roof, trunk, or back glass in minutes, and without leaving a mark, while the he HDPE body flexes to conform to your car's curves without sacrificing an iota of strength or durability. In case one goes missing, SeaSucker included a spare mount, along with a five-gram bottle of Lube Tube to keep your vacuum pump well maintained and running smoothly.

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SKU: SSQ000A
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