NRS Quik-N-Easy Rack Brackets - Set of 4
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. Board not included. 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. Yoke Height: 7 3/8"
- Yoke Height: 7 3/8"
- Board not included
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Reviews - NRS Quik-N-Easy Rack Brackets - Set of 4
some things never change
In the early 1960's I bought a Quik-N-Easy rack for my surfboard. About twenty years ago, I bought one for my Toyota 4-Runner to haul a canoe. I adapted it to fit 3/4"EMT (conduit). I just bought another Quik-N-Easy Rack for my 3/4 ton Chevy truck. Except for the writing on the manufacturer's sticker, the racks are all identical!! They WORK; They ARE Quik-N-Easy to use (simple cam-lock); They hold a lot of weight (250lbs+), in wind or at speeds up to 70mph. Never had a failure or complaint. To lock them on, use a long shank padlock and attach from the underside and over the cam lever or use cable. They are tough and I have faith in them.
good, solid, light-weight equipment
I'm building another rack to complement the boat rack/loader that I already have. These brackets make the job so simple. And the simplicity of their design makes them strong and lightweight. Their cost makes the project easy on the pocketbook.
Quicker-n Easier than Quick-n-Easy
I searched all over for brackets to create my on van racks and finally came across this product in some forum. I wish it had been easier to find but most people buy off the shelf and are not willing to go the extra mile to make their own and save money so very little had been said about these. I have two old town canoe trippers 36" each across and could not find any racks to haul them with on top of my ford van. We'll some 2x4's and 2 hours later and I was in business. I drove 90 miles with them the first day and they didn't budge an inch from where I had set them. Save yourself some money and do it yourself it doesn't get any easier to build some racks when you use this setup.