Swagman Bike Racks Tailwhip Tailgate Pad

Swagman Bike Racks Tailwhip Tailgate Pad
Swagman Bike Racks Tailwhip Tailgate Pad
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Tailwhip Tailgate Pad by Swagman Bike Racks
Whether you're taking a week-long road trip to Whistler, or just shuttling some of your local trails, a tailgate pad is the quickest and easiest way to transport all your friend's bicycles. The Swagman Tailwhip Tailgate Pad uses high-density foam to protect both your bike and your pickup truck, and is covered with waterproof ballistic tarpaulin to ensure durability season after season. A soft fleece interior protects your truck's paint from scratches, while the extra large flap allows access to your tailgate latch and backup camera. Strategically placed daisy chains allow you to strap down your bikes in any position, keeping them from getting scratched up on the rugged dirt roads used to access your favorite trails.

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SKU: SBK000W
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