Question about Yakima Fat Cat 4 Ski and Snowboard Rack
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to replace the SKS cores you don't want with mates to the ones you do want.
I would suggest replacing the snowboard cores with ones that are the same # as your towers since then you are only replacing 2 cores instead of 4 and it is cheaper.
The key should have a number on it that tells you what core it goes too. You can either contact yakima and get the exact cores you need or go into your local dealer and see if they have them in stock or can order for you.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Barrecrafters Sierra
Hello there, getting replacement keys for your ski rack is possible. Usually to get replacement keys all you have to do is visit your local distributor. Apparently the keys can be re-ordered from the manufacturers although the name of the manufacturers have been changed to proline products. here is the web address http://www.prolineracks.com maybe an order can be placed from there. Or you could get more information from calling their customer service and locating the nearest distributor to your location.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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