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Yakima SwingDaddy Bike Rack

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Load up to four bikes on this rack and head out for a riot in the wild. The Yakima SwingDaddy gives fully padded protection and folds out to clear the rear of your car. It's one swinging deal.
  • Yakima's SwingDaddy carries up four bikes safely cradled on adjustable, fully padded arms.
  • Extremely stable with a premium automotive finish for solid performance and good looks.
  • Yakima's most stable strapping and cradle design facilitates fit of "non-standard" bike frames.
  • Covers on moving parts prevent pinching and give a nice clean appearance.
  • The arms fold down when not in use and swing out to allow access to the back of your vehicle.
  • Includes built in cable lock to secure up to four bikes, integrated into the mast and a built in bottle opener.
  • Fits 2" hitches.

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  • Locking: Yes
  • Attachment: Attaches to 2" hitch
  • Fully padded cradle
  • Mast swings out for easy access
  • Arms fold down when not in use
  • Built in bottle opener

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