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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-23-2010, 08:30 PM
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Racks for a 2 door car??? Help Please!!

So I have a 2001 honda civic 2 door. And I am tired of shoving all the boards in the back. It just makes for absolutely no room in my car. It is tiny already. So I want a set of racks for the car, but I dont know which ones are good. I see that there are some that have suction cups on the back or something. That just doesnt sound too safe for my baby (snowboard). I want my board to be comfortable and safe up there.

Any suggestions?
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Yakima rack and snowboard holder. Awesome set up, I just got mine 2 weeks ago and love it.



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Lucky you that you have a 4 door!!!!

I only have a 2 door...

Any suggestions for that?
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Check out Yakima Racks, Bike Racks, Roof Racks for Skis, Cargo & Kayaks - Yakima
You can put in your vehicle info and what you want to carry and they will show you what racks fit your car. It looks like they have at least three setups for your Honda.
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yes Yakima will fit your car

You will need:
  • Q Towers
  • Q Clips model 115
  • 48" bars
  • set of locks (4)
  • big powder horn snowboard rack
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Nice!! Just what I needed. Now i only need $500. Haha

DAMN. those cost a lot of money. I need to find them used somewhere

THanks!!!!
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I looked for used for 3 months there was just JUNK out by me.

Good luck, and you won't regret it, love this rack

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I got nothin on the racks, but congrats on picking up your wheels! Looks like it all worked out. Right on

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Thanks Slyder...

And thanks dharmashred....I def did get something decent. Stick shift too
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Bitchin! Wouldn't have it any other way.

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