No matter what kind of rails you have on your vehicle, the Yakima RailGrab does just what its name implies. The Yakima RailGrab grabs onto your rails and refuses to go; finally a tower that mounts to both raised rail and flush factory roof racks.
Note: Subject to approval by a Rack Attack staff member.
The Yakima LowRider Max is so named its maximum grip. Designed for specific vehicles with unconventional factory rack side rails. Simple to install and remove. Features custom-molded rubber pads on Towers and Claws.
Yakima LowRider Max Instruction Manual (.pdf)
Yakima warranty and product registration.
Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions for this product. If you need more assistance you can email a rack-install technician, or call us at:
It depends on the car. If the other vehicle has the same style of factory mounting points (such as they both have raised rails), then as long as the bars are wide enough you should have no problem moving the rack between the two vehicles.
With so many different cars out there, we need to carry a wide range of roof rack components. To see what has been made specifically to fit your vehicle, enter your vehicle information in our base rack fit guide.
All required tools and instructions for the Yakima LowRider Max are provided. No particular expertise required, just be sure to follow the instructions closely. While installation times vary depending on your vehicle and racks purchased, installations typically take from 15-60 minutes.
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