Yakima LoadWarrior

Yakima LoadWarrior
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Product Code: 207070

Price: $298.95
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The Yakima LoadWarrior cargo basket racks connect to Thule square bars, Yakima round bars and many factory racks. Incredible cargo/luggage carrier and its multi-use carrying capacity is always at an affordable price.


  • Perfect size for wagons, mid-size cars, minivans, or SUVs
  • Great luggage carriers
  • Even more carrying capacity with 18 in. Load Warrior Extension, not included
  • Lock LoadWarrior to your roof rack with the Locking Bracket, not included
  • Minimum bar spread required is 24 in.
  • Dimensions: 44 in. length x 39 in. width x 6.5 in. height
  • Note: The Yakima LoadWarrior Large can not be shipped to APO/FPO addresses due to a USPS restriction.


Weight: 44.4lbs

Length (carton): 41"

Width (carton): 24"

Height (carton): 8.75"

UPC: 736745070700

Manufacturer: Yakima

Manufacturer Part Number: 8007070

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easy installation and quality product.

2016 Subaru Forester


The rack went together quickly and the instructions were fairly easy to understand.



I just love my Load Warrior with 18" extension! Have my HiLift jack and shovel mounted to it and haul my EZ up shade and firewood bundles to camp in it. I frequently 4 wheel and explore back country and the Load Warrior has taken a beating over and over from low hanging branches and never budges. Seriously this is the "takes a lickin' and keeps on haulin'" cargo rack!!!

1994 Ford Explorer


We recently attended a conference at a large conference center with an attached parking structure. Not having lived with roof racks before the LoadWarrier and extension we now have on our X-Terra under similar circumstances, we underestimated our height- and found ourselves scraping the ceiling more than once with our empty roof rack as we slowly extracted ourselves from that section. At times, you could feel the car settle on its tires as we inched through. After scraping our way out and parking at the 6'9" section instead of the 6'5" section, we figured we would assess the damage when we got back to our hotel. As we were driving away at the end of the day, someone pulled up beside us at a stoplight and told us, "Somthing fell off the top of your car". We found a quiet street, parked, and my husband stepped up to see how bad the damage to the roof rack really was. He stepped down with a chunk of the garage ceiling in his hand- one of several pieces, some looked about 8 or 9 inches in length. The Yakima rack had a few scratches in the paint, but was otherwise intact. Wow, what a roof rack!

2001 Nissan X-Terra


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