Yakima Landing Pad

Yakima Landing Pad
Yakima Landing Pad
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Landing Pad by Yakima
Yakima Landing Pads work in conjunction with Control Towers as a quick 'n' easy-to-install rack. Landing Pads fit a broad range of factory tracks, and can also be applied directly to the vehicle roof with plusnut hardware.

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SKU: YAK000A
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