Yakima SKS Lock Cores - 8 pack

Yakima SKS Lock Cores - 8 pack
Yakima SKS Lock Cores - 8 pack
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SKS Lock Cores - 8 pack by Yakima
If your Yakima rack says it's SKS-lockable but you're missing the cores, fix up your system with the SKS Lock Core 8-Pack. Just pop 'em in, lock 'em down, and stop worrying about your rack and gear getting lifted when you stop at a watering hole during your roadtrip.

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