Yakima OutPost HD Rack

Yakima OutPost HD Rack
Yakima OutPost HD Rack
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OutPost HD Rack by Yakima
Built for overland adventures in your truck, the Yakima OutPost HD Rack lets you attach anything from a rooftop tent to a cargo container while still having storage space for the rest of your camping or adventuring gear. A fixed height of 13in provides a low center of gravity for when you're crawling over rocks on a dicey trail, and an aluminum construction keeps things lightweight. When the seasons change or you need to haul big items in your truck bed, the rack takes minutes to attach or detach thanks to the Quickchange system. Pair with the Yakima Sidebar mount (sold separately) to mount accessories like gas cans, water jugs, or anything else you may need for exploring the backcountry.

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