Yakima Outdoorsman 300 - Full Size

Yakima Outdoorsman 300 - Full Size
Yakima Outdoorsman 300 - Full Size
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Outdoorsman 300 - Full Size by Yakima
The Yakima Outdoorsman 300 Full Size is a no-drill rack solution for trucks that holds gear up top and leave space in your truck bed. The Outdoorsman 300 clamps right onto the truck bed rails with no drilling required. It fits a wide range of truck beds, from compact (see YAK0094) to full size, and is compatible with any Yakima accessory for full multi-sport capability. With heavy duty construction, the Outdoorsman 300 can handle up to 300lbs. Requires round bars that match truck width, sold separately. OUTDOORSMAN 300 SOLD INDIVIDUALLY (pictured black above). GET TWO FOR A PAIR (as pictured above).

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