Yakima Glass Hatch Hooks

Yakima Glass Hatch Hooks
Yakima Glass Hatch Hooks
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Glass Hatch Hooks by Yakima
Designed to expand fit applications of Yakima's Joe series trunk-mounted bike carriers. Allows the Joe carriers to be used on glass windows of hatchback cars and other hard-to-fit vehicles.

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SKU: YAK0032
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