Today on our 2012 Toyota Yaris we'll be test fitting the LiftOp 6 by Rockymount, the ski and snowboard carrier part number RKY1461. With our vehicle equipped with the arrow bar roof rack from Thule, we have the option to mount these using the track within the bar. With our carrier preassembled this way, we'll simply remove the rubber insert from the track on the crossbars, we'll simply slide the roof top carrier into the track lining up the podium's grooves until it's in a position that we would like it on the roof. And within the position, we can now open the carrier and tighten down the two Allen bolts using the Allen wrench included with the carrier. With the front carriers secured to the crossbar, we're now ready to move on to the rear. We'll simply slide in to place as we did with the front and tighten it down using the same procedure as we did with the front carrier.
And with the rear crossbar tight, we can now load our skis and snowboards. Just to make sure that the carrier arms are open, we'll load our snowboards and skis. We can then simply clamp down the carrier over the top of the skis and snowboards securing them to the vehicle. And with that we're ready to head for the slopes and that completes our test fit of the LiftOp 6 from Rockymount's part number RKY1461 on our 2012 Toyota Yaris.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Yaris we'll be test fitting the Universal Flat Top Roof Top Carrier, part number TH92725. Now our Yaris is already equipped with the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System using the AeroBlade load bars and our carrier is already preassembled so were ready to go ahead and fit it to the vehicle. Well need to take the front carrier, set it on top of the front load bar. We'll position it where wed like it on the load bar. We'll then simply bring the rubber coated steel straps around, loop them into the other side of the clamp and tighten it down using the gray wingnuts and we'll repeat this process for the driver's side. And with our front carrier secured were ready to move on to the back carrier.