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Snowboard car rack

What types of racks are there?

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This is my product this is for sale on ebay. They are for hanging and displaying your snowboard on the wall or ceiling inside of your house to keep them out of the way and display your expensive purchase.

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You have vertical that are located on the back of the car, usually on a van or big truck. And you have the regular on top of the car racks…

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The locks work fine when there's no gear loaded, but when i put my boards onto the rack the locks won't turn. any suggestions?

sounds like a pressure issue ( binding problem ) --- when you go to lock the locks ( with the skis and/or snowboard on rack ) try and push down hard on the rack while you turn the locks,, this might get the pressure off enough to allow the lock cams to pass. if this does not work then the next thing to do is to file down and modify the lock cams so they turn easier without binding. if you do not have the tools to do this modification then you can always go down to your local locksmith shop ( with the skis/snowboard on the rack ) and have them do the modifications -- the shop will only charge you around 10 to 15 dollars for this service.
I hope this helps,


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What exact hook kit part # fits my car. Its a 2005 acura TL

Call Proline Products Inc. at 203-265-7535. They can answer that for you and they might have the hook kit in stock.

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The connection broken between the mounts adapters (to the car bars) and the rack. Can it be replaced?

contact Thule customer service, they are excellent and will explain what is and is not possible and how to deal with it if it is possible. In most cases there parts can be replaced.

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Need instructions for Barrecrafters ski rack

We figured this one out today, after pounding, twisting, sliding, gerunding, etc.

It will not slide backward (as a safety mechanism, of course) unless your latches (the ones that connect / clamp onto the car) are completely loose. That means, that looking at the rack from the end, you'll see this oblong deal that you'll use to tighten the rack to a car. As you turn it clockwise the rack will tighten, right?

Ok. Just make sure that that guy is as loose as he gets, and your piece will slide back just fine.

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What is that maximum number of snowboards that I can fit on a rack?

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Is there a snowboard rack that I can attach to my motorcycle?

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What are snowboard racks?

car without a snowboard rack looks positively naked. Okay, maybe not. But it does look seriously cool when it does have a rack. It looks the person driving the car has a destination. A purpose. Granted the purpose and the destination is that of a vacation spot so as to conduct some serious loafing off, but what the heck, let him have his fun. The snowboard rack is a dead giveaway. Other than looking cool, the snowboard rack serves a fairly important purpose. It protects both the car and the snowboards themselves. By securing the boards in place, a lot of potential mayhem gets circumvented. And mayhem is always best when thoroughly circumvented. If the snowboards are placed in the back seat of the car or in a trunk, the boards may end up moving and sliding all over the place unsecured. To say this could cause a great deal of damage to the internal organs of the car would be a mild comment. Granted, there are those out there saying, “My car is already a piece of junk. I don’t care if the boards scratch it. In fact, I really don’t care if someone steals the four wheeled disaster area.” For those of you who do want to protect your car and your boards, there are two major brands of snowboard rack currently on the market: Thule and Yakima. A two-bar snowboard rack from either of these companies will cost you over $200; although Yakima tends to be somewhat more expensive. Most racks from Thule can be used on any vehicle, provided that they do not have rain gutters. Thule racks are simply affixed to the roof in two places, using telescoping bars that allow you to adjust to the width of any vehicle

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Snowbard rack safety

not specific for snowboard buy general rack use : 1. The Lighter the Better Most minivan roof racks are designed for carrying lightweight objects -- like skis, small ladders, well-secured aerodynamic cargo containers (like those offered by Thule) and other light loads. 2. Mind the Center of Gravity Putting heavy boxes, bulky luggage and other weighty objects on your roof will raise the center of gravity of your vehicle, which could increase the chances of a rollover during emergency maneuvering or in the event of an accident. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) also encourages drivers to follow auto manufacturer guidelines for roof rack usage. * Rollover Risk: Load Vehicles Properly [NHTSA] 3. Strap and Secure Improperly secured roof cargo can also fly off and strike vehicles travelling behind you, sometimes with tragic results. Remember: Only put lightweight objects on your roof rack, secure cargo properly with tie-downs and strong cord, and consider purchasing an aerodynamic cargo container if you plan on using your roof rack to frequently carry light loads. More Minivans Quick Tips Sponsored Links

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