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Yakima KingPin 4 Bike Hitch Rack - 2012 Closeout

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The KingPin 4 bike rack easily transports 4 bikes to your riding destination.

  • Fits all types of bicycles; dual-arm design eliminates the need for top-tube adapters on most bikes
  • SwitchBlade anti-sway bike cradles eliminate bike-to-bike contact and bike-to-vehicle contact
  • 3 ChainStraps anchor each bike in place, quickly adjust for perfect bike spacing and lock down when in use
  • Tilt-down mast tilts out of the way to provide limited access to back of vehicle; not designed to tilt when bikes are on mast
  • Durable, strong and lightweight oversize tube construction
  • Fits 1.25 in. and 2 in. receiver hitches; designed for Class II hitches and higher
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Yakima KingPin 4 Bike Hitch Rack - 2012 Closeout Specs
Best use
31 pounds
Number of bikes
Rear liftgate access

Yakima KingPin 4 Bike Hitch Rack - 2012 Closeout

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Yakima KingPin 4 Bike Hitch Rack - 2012 Closeoutis rated3.0out of5by1.
Rated3out of5byfromToo Much MovementI did a lot of shopping and found this product to be the best price. It was fairly simple to put together and install onto my car. I used it once and wasn't comfortable with the movement. The arm that fits into the tow hitch doesn't expand and so there is some give and take. I'm sure it's safe and would have stayed in place, but I didn't like the feeling that there was so much movement going on back there. I ended up purchasing another Yakima (for a lot more money) that has an expandable arm once it's inserted into the tow hitch. There's no movement and I feel safer.
Date published: 2012-10-18

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