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    Load it all up.

    If you're building up a Yakima rack for your car or truck bed, you'll need to start with the Yakima 58in Round Bars. These vinyl-coated steel bars attach to Yakima towers (sold separately) and make it easy to attach Yakima racks to haul your bikes, boats, gear carriers, and anything else you care to slap on roof.

    • Vinyl-coated galvanized steel
    • 58in width
    • Two bars
    • Item #YAK0049
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    Made in the USA

      I think these are the strongest crossbars on the market. Much more durable than manufacturer cross bars and a much more universal design than Thule and some other companies out there. Need I also say Yakima made in the USA which is another bonus. Thule is swedish and are there really any other companies than that.

      The old standard

        Not sure how to review a roof rack bar but these are great. I have had every length of these made on all sorts of vehicles. They have held bikes, kayaks, mattresses, mother in laws and everything else in between.

        If you need a bar, this will work.

        Superb!!

          Super solid and tough cross bar. I dig the round Yakima over the Square Thule... not sure why, Just seems more sturdy, more aerodynamic, more compatible and IMO better looking.

          The 58" size is perfect on my 04' Honda Pilot... The 66" would have turned it into a boeing 737...

          Good solid set-up

            Used Low Riders from a 2004 Grand Cherokee, but had to purchase longer bars (58" vice the 48" I had) in order to accommodate the wider roof-line of the 2008 Liberty (so much for the definition of "grand"???) Anyway, old end-caps and Low Riders transferred w/o problem and BackCountry's order was fulfilled rapidly and price was right. A good solid set up...and roof-line will fit two kayaks w/o problem.

            Bar review

              So far, the Yakima system I put together from 3 different suppliers has worked just fine. I bought most components from this site as was pleased with the price. The system is fairly easy to setup and feels sturdy enough to not worry about putting my new Cannondale on. I certainly would purchase this whole setup again.

              I have an '02 Chevy Trailblazer and need...

              I have an '02 Chevy Trailblazer and need a set of crossbars to carry two canoes/kayaks. It has a standard roof rack on it. What accessories do I need to attach the round bars to the existing roof rack?

              Best Answer

              That's a bit of an open ended question and would take a lot for a full answer here in the community. If you give us a call then one of our reps can go through all the details with you and we can narrow down exactly what you are going to need.



              Otherwise if you click on the Yakima Car Rack Configurator banner on this page it will pull you over to the Yakima site and with your vehicle specs imputed it you can select everything you need and then they will transpose those parts into your backcountry.com cart.

              I have a 2009 Scion XB that has no type...

              I have a 2009 Scion XB that has no type of factory rails on the roof, nothing. I am getting into kayaking and want to be able to transport using this vehicle. How do I mount these and what do I need to order so I can use them, or should I order something else?

              Thanks!

              Best Answer

              You'll need what are called "towers," and they vary vehicle to vehicle. Luckily, both Backcountry and Yakima have web apps that'll walk you through exactly what will fit your specific car. Go here (http://yakima.com/fit/partner/?partnerId=10&showWhispbar=true&location=http://www.backcountry.com/Store/catalog/search.jsp?q=yakima&s=u) to figure it out.

              What size of these guys should I get for...

              What size of these guys should I get for my 02 VW Golf. I wanna hold 2 bikes.

              Can these bars be trimmed to fit ? Say i...

              Can these bars be trimmed to fit ? Say i want 52"

              Absolutely. I would measure twice and cut once though:). I believe it's always better to get longer bars just in case. Once you have them on your car, you can determine if they are too long. The only recommendation from Yakima is that the weight limit of your rack system hasn't been exceeded. You can have as long a bar as you want. Obviously if the bar is too long, it may cause people exiting the vehicle to hit their heads.

              Write your question here...Anyone know...

              Write your question here...Anyone know what size I need to outfit a Rav 4?

              The recommended size for a Rav4 (06, base model, you'd want to check on your exact car on yakima.com) needs a 58" bar. However, this is really just a "minimum size". If you go with this, you probably won't be able to fit any attachments to the outer part of your bars. My car (Outback) also says to go with the 58", but I have 66" bars. They allow for me to mount bike trays on the outer part of the rack. On a taller car like yours, you probably don't have to worry about passengers running in to longer bars, so I'd say go longer... get out the tape measure and see how much overlap you'd have with different size bars, and figure out what you want to carry, and order accordingly!