Yakima SweetRoll

Yakima SweetRoll
Yakima SweetRoll
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SweetRoll by Yakima
Loading a boat onto the Yakima SweetRoll is super easy thanks to the integrated rollers. These saddles include a spring-loaded base that automatically adjusts to most boats and molded pads that protect your boat from scratches. Tilting paddle technology makes sure this racking system can accommodate an array of boat sizes, and the racking system provides a tool-free installation on round, square, factory, and aerodynamic bars. Yakima also included heavy-duty straps and bow/stern tie-downs to stabilize your boat during travel. You can purchase the SKS locking system separately to secure your boat while you and your friends stop for a well-earned burger and fries.

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SKU: YAK000G
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