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Yakima Bow/Stern Tie Down

$39.00

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A good rule of thumb: If your boat extends beyond the windshield, secure the bow and stern. For a safe and secure load, you can't beat Yakima's Bow/Stern Tie Downs.
  • The most important feature of these straps is that they securely fasten your boat to your car.
  • An easy to use ratchet system makes the straps a snap to tighten.
  • Corrosion resistant hardware will stand up to the rigors of travel.
  • Clear plastic tubes protect your vehicle from damage.

Use the Yakima Fit Guide to determine what products work best for your particular vehicle.

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Dimensions: 12 ft nylon rope
Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Locking: No
Attachment: Tow loop, frame hole or metal part of bumper
Includes:
  • One each front and back tie-downs
Features:
  • Zinc coated stainless steel hooks
Notes:
  • Use the Yakima Fit Guide to determine what products work best for your particular vehicle.

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