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Use Quick-N-Easy fittings to build your own custom car-top racks. Brackets securely mount to rain gutters with a cam lever and clip assembly. For 1" tube cross bars use the Tube Holder, or just bolt a 2 x 4 to Q-N-E brackets to complete your rack. 48",...
1" Diameter Steel Tubes for the Quick & Easy Rack System. Great for vehicles with suitable rain gutters.
These end caps fit over Quick-N-Easy Cross bars and have an inner diameter of 1". Sold as Each.
Use the Cam Lever and Clip to attach the Yoke to rain gutters. Replace the part not the whole rack.
Not only is the set of racks Quick-N-Easy, but getting spare parts to replace them is too. This is a single yoke replacement. Yoke Height: 7 3/8"
Use the Tube Holder to attach 1" tube cross bars to your Quick-N-Easy Racks. 48", 60", and 78" crossbars and other accessories available; call for details. Warranty: 6 months Note: Yakima bars will not fit through these holders.
CA Sabella Quick 'N Easy upright sweep set, graphite/orange. No bending required with this handled dustpan. Broom snaps into dustpan for easy storage. Broom head disconnects from pole to become a whisk broom. Measures 50-inch by 12-inch by 5-inch.
COMPATIBILITY: Replaced all drain stopper styles. FINISH: Chrome. DESIGNED FOR: Oversized stopper covers worn or unwanted drains. WARRANTY: Limited life time. EASY TO INSTALL: Easy-to-follow instructions.
Work surface holds up to 1000 lbs.. Includes 2-12 in. Clamps. Portable work station. Unique quick opening system Device. Product dimensions (W X D X H): 85.0 X 55.0 X 75.5cms.
High Speed 2800 R.P.M.. 36-Inch Power Cord is Included. Removable Splash Guard. Rust Free Grinding Components. Longest warranties in the industry demonstrates commitment to quality.Sink Flange: Stainless Steel 7 Celcon.
2 Quick n Easy AutoRetract Marine Strap Transom Tie Downs | 2 Stainless Steel Retractable 2" x 43" Bolt-on NO-Ratchet Cargo Straps w/S Hook for Boats, Docks, Trailers
X EVERYONE KNOWS THE MOST FRUSTRATING PART OF using ratchet tiedown straps is the wearying ratcheting back and forth to secure the load. After feeding the webbing into the reel, it's a tiresome cycle of adjusting, cranking the heavy steel handle, and...