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Old 10-27-2010, 04:26 PM   #41
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150 you say? i remember the 9th grade sounds strong enough for me!

OP, how long do you suppose you'll be making these?

, I dont see them goin anywere. I didnt make them i just had them made. Talk to ATO about how long there goin to be around.
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Old 10-27-2010, 05:04 PM   #44
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these are available anytime... and as far as strength goes, they transfer the weight to the sides of the bed not to the track system, so they will hold quite a bit. i stood up on top of one of the bars and jumped around some, didn't seem to phase them at all and i've got a few pounds on kyle... lol
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these are available anytime... and as far as strength goes, they transfer the weight to the sides of the bed not to the track system, so they will hold quite a bit. i stood up on top of one of the bars and jumped around some, didn't seem to phase them at all and i've got a few pounds on kyle... lol
Yeah these def look heavy duty!!
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These are designed for a no drill installation... Only one wrench required...
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also i think i have a setup figured out for the yakima attachments, however if someone who actually has some yakima stuff can get in contact with me to confirm some things that would be great!
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also i think i have a setup figured out for the yakima attachments, however if someone who actually has some yakima stuff can get in contact with me to confirm some things that would be great!
I got a Yakima Forklift bike rack and Yakima Skybox pro 16. What questions you got?
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here's a quick shot of the mounting hardware.

specially cut nut to slide inside track system without spinning. allows easy one wrench installation.

Any idea where I can get some of those?? Are they custom made by you guys, if so, how much for say 1/2 dozen nut/bolt/washer sets?
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yes we custom make them to fit the bed rails... they take a 3/8" coarse thread bolt. i'd have to know what thickness of material you plan on clamping on, depending on the thickness it either needs a 3/4" bolt or a 1/2" bolt to be able to clamp tight but not bottom on out the track system first.
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yes we custom make them to fit the bed rails... they take a 3/8" coarse thread bolt. i'd have to know what thickness of material you plan on clamping on, depending on the thickness it either needs a 3/4" bolt or a 1/2" bolt to be able to clamp tight but not bottom on out the track system first.
I've got one piece that's 1/8" thick aluminum and requires 2 bolts. It sounds like I could pick-up bolts at a local hardware store so I could vary lengths as needed but the square nuts that fit the rails are a great thing to have around. I was going to get a few extras and keep them in my glove box for the next time I want to mount something to the rails.
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yea the bolts are just standard 3/8" coarse thread bolts... nothing special there. we just make the nuts to fit in the tracks and so they don't spin when you tighten them down....
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yea the bolts are just standard 3/8" coarse thread bolts... nothing special there. we just make the nuts to fit in the tracks and so they don't spin when you tighten them down....
Would you sell a small box of 6 or 8? Obviously I'll pay shipping also. I can get the bolts locally, would just like to have the square nuts cut to fit the tracks. I know it's not a big order like the cross bars, but let me know if you'd be willing to sell just them and what the price would be for something like that. Thanks.
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sure.. i'll shoot you a pm in a few about it.
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Yakima Attachment Approach

Last night a friend and I fabbed up the following "adaptors" for use with my Yakima bars and attachments.

Thanks to Kevin for the mounting hardware!




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Glad the hardware worked out for you!

Also we can custom make bars to fit different attachments that you may already own.... Bike racks, Ski holders, whatever it may be!
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Bump. Needing a place to mount your bike rack, ski or snowboard rack, basket for extra gear???
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