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If your car has raised or flushed side rails, the Yakima Rail Grab Tower is the easiest way to keep your crossbar in place and your gear secure the next time your gassing it up a windy canyon road. Yakima includes the necessary wrench to make installation quick and easy, and SKS core locks are sold separately for added protection.

  • Accommodates raised or flush side rails
  • Include onboard tool for easy installation
  • This is a pair of towers (2), purchase two of these pairs in order to mount two crossbars on your roof for a complete rack

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Yakima Rail Grab Tower

For those with raised or flush side rails, the Rail Grab is a no-brainer. It?s low profile, giving your roof rack a sleek, integrated look. It?s also easy to install and remove with included onboard tool.


Gets the job done

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

We had a set of Yakima cross bars and needed to mount them to our Sienna van and they do the trick. Easy to install and seamless integration with the Yakima SKS key system. Haven't loaded the cargo carrier or ski rack up yet, but that will coming soon (so far so good anyway).


Easy Breezy

    I had use the Q towers in the past and compared to those these are easier to install and they are stronger. Obviously model design has a lot to do with it (some cars can use these and some cannot). I have these on my Suby right now and wow do I love these. They keep a nice low profile so they are sleek and they like I said are probably the simplest yakima product I have ever installed.

    Unanswered Question

    will these mount onto the factory mounted...

    will these mount onto the factory mounted rails of my 2006 nissan frontier 4 door truck?