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I need hooks to mount my barrecrafter rack to my 2008 acura tl

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SOURCE: 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.

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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SOURCE: I have lost the key to my Barrecrafter ski rack

Find a dealer in your area, it should have a number on it for them to get you a replacement. OR, most locksmiths should be able to do the job while you wait.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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SOURCE: bought a barrecrafter car rack

look and see if there are any letters and numbers scribed on the face of the lock cylinder, this is the key code-- with this code you should be able to go to your local locksmith and they will be able to cut you a ' key by code ' and it will work. if there is no code on the lock then you can also just take the rack to the lockshop and they will be able to pick and remove the cylinder from the lock and fit a key to it by hand. normal shop rates for making a key in this fasion is about $12-$15 dollars and if you want more than one key - duplicate keys cost about $1.75 to $ 2.50.
(( even if the lock does have numbers on it -- take the rack to the shop with you to make sure the key that they cut by code works before you leave the shop,,, saving you a second trip ))

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Posted on Jan 05, 2011

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SOURCE: I need the hooks to secure my old Barrecrafter

I found specialty mounting hooks for my unisport rack at www.prolineracks.com

Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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SOURCE: what exact hook kit part

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

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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


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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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