Yakima RoundBar - 1 Pair

Yakima RoundBar - 1 Pair
Yakima RoundBar - 1 Pair
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RoundBar - 1 Pair by Yakima
You can't have a roof rack without bars, and this pair of Yakima 48in RoundBars is as solid as they come. Just lock them into compatible towers and strap gear on directly, or mount up a gear-specific rack and haul bikes, skis, or pretty much anything else.

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SKU: YAK0048
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