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Description

Control Towers and Landing Pads represent a quick 'n' easy Yakima Rack option.

Yakima Landing Pads work in conjunction with Control Towers as a quick ‘n' easy-to-install rack. Landing Pads fit a broad range of factory tracks, and can also be applied directly to the vehicle roof with plusnut hardware.

  • Click-on, click-off mounting (no tools required)
  • Works in conjunction with Control Towers (YAK0079)
  • Size 12.0 is sold as a set of 4
  • All other sizes are sold in sets of 2

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5 5

Works Great!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These Landing Pads provide a clean simple way to attach the Yakima rack via Yakima Control Towers. They fit nicely to the factory tracks on my Toyota 4runner.

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will these work on a 2013 Ford Escape?

will these work on a 2013 Ford Escape?

5 5

Landing Pad 12

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Who knows what Subaru was thinking when they changed the roof racks on the 2010 Outbacks to not allow any existing after market rack to fit. I spent a lot of time looking for the best answer. Fortunately Yakima put in the work and came up with a good solution. These are simple to install and work just like they are suppose too. I have had these for a little over two years and they have worked great. They do make your rack and gear sit quite a bit higher above the roof of the car then the factory racks but they seem a lot more secure then the factory cross bars. And the look of the taller rack will grow on you. I have hauled kayaks, skis, bikes, fully loaded rocket boxes, and Christmas trees and have never had a problem. Also I have heard that Subaru have changed the racks on the Outback again and these only work for 2010-2012 models. So If you own one of 2010-2012 Outback and want to securely haul your toys, these are about only option, but a good one!

Landing Pad 12
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I have a 2013 Outback and the landing pads will not work. Any suggestions?

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Norm,
Just a quick Google search, looks like Yakima has addressed the problem:

http://www.yakima.com/shop/racksystems/permanent-installation/landingpad13

Looks like they are pretty new, I guess you will have to get in touch with a Backcountry employee to see if/when they are going to get these instock. Hope this helps!