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Quick-N-Easy Cross Bar

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$19.95

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1" Diameter Steel Tubes for the Quick & Easy Rack System. Great for vehicles with suitable rain gutters.

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Quick-N-Easy Cross Bar
 
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4.0

Awesome Racks!

By Oldsurferdude

from Excramento, CA

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • SUV's
    • Trucks

    Comments about Quick-N-Easy Cross Bar:

    Have had these racks for for years. Aluminum Boats, 2 16' Canoes, Kayaks, surfboards, SUP Boards, bicycles, lumber (pushing my luck with lumber), Mattresses, Moved 3 times, Love seat, dressers. I even put plywood down and slept in a tent atop my shell, on the racks, during a weekend festival. I am not light. Lol! I have definatly pushed these racks to the extreme limits -everything has limits. Finally broke the gutter mounts the racks on my shell. That's because I tried to put a quad on top. One con: Rust. :(

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    (5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Cheap Bar and Forced Patronage to Boot

    By Maximus Outdoorsimus

    from Warner Robins, GA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

      Cons

      • Bends with only two boats
      • Rusts inside after a rain

      Best Uses

        Comments about Quick-N-Easy Cross Bar:

        The makers of quik-n-easy racks made the hole in their towers just small enough to not accept the 1 inch OD steel pipe at your local hardware store. Now you have to source these things through NRS, etc. (Forced patronage). Used these bars on one camping trip to carry a canoe and a kayak spaced properly and using sportrack attachments. The bar is now permanently sagging in the middle. They must have had to mill down a stronger post to keep you from buying from [...]! I drove through a rain on the way camping, by the trip home a week later, I noticed rust forming inside the bar ends. My advice, buy Thule or Yakima and spend a little more. You'll be happier in the long run.

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