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Yakima Powderhound

Yakima Powderhound

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$139.00
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Yakima Powderhound

Yakima's renowned ski carrier, the Powderhound, is easy to use and install. It's wide enough to carry up to four pairs of skis or two snowboards. Yakima's handy universal mounting hardware fits almost all crossbars for easy installation, and for easy use, a single button opens the Powderhound even with heavy gloves on. And, Yakima's SKS locks are included.

 
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    00736745030810 8003081 QBP-AR7340
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    Pros

    • Easy to install 
    • Easy to use 

    Cons

    • Does not last 
    • Locks constantly stick 
    • Poor materials 
    • Unsupported warantee 

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    By Greg

    from Boston

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Easy to install
    • Easy to Use

    Cons

    • Does Not Last
    • Unsupported Warantee
    • Poor Materials
    • Locks Constantly Stick

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      I am very disappointed in Yakima. They used cheap, rust prone springs on a ski rack meant to be used outside in wet conditions. The spring overlays the cheap plastic pins that holds the rack together. The rusty springs chew right through these under conditions of normal use, rendering the rack totally unusable. This product was not designed well yet they reject the warantee when you inform them of the problem with their product. Beyond this the locks were constantly stuck, the latch is cheezy and the red plastic colorant they chose fades in sunlight, making the rack look awful. I wish I had purchased a Thule. Never again will I go Yakima.

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