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Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long

Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long

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Pin allows you to carry lumber, plywood, and other cargo. Mounts vertical to stop the load from sliding side to side. Secures to any hole on your multi-functional crossbar. 12" of usable length. 1-800-940-8924 to order Exposed Racks accessories and parts part number ER86FR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Exposed Racks products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Exposed Racks Accessories and Parts - ER86FR

  • Roof Rack
  • Accessories for Exposed Racks
  • Quick-Clip Pin
  • Exposed Racks

Pin allows you to carry lumber, plywood, and other cargo. Mounts vertical to stop the load from sliding side to side. Secures to any hole on your multi-functional crossbar. 12" of usable length.


Features:

  • Pin mounts vertically in your Exposed Racks multifunctional crossbar system to prevent your load from sliding side to side
    • Ideal for lumber, plywood, and other cargo that mounts directly to crossbars
  • Push-pin system allows for easy, one-handed installation
    • Silicon washer compresses when attached to create a snug fit
    • Quick mounting and removal makes it easy to swap out your accessories daily
  • Heavy-duty carbon steel construction with black powder coat resists corrosion
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 14" long x 1-3/8" tall x 1-1/8" wide
    • 12" usable length
  • 3-Year limited warranty


8-00-9808 Exposed Racks EXR Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long





Video of Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long

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Video Transcript for Exposed Racks Quick-Clip Pin Review

Zack: Hey, everybody. Zack here at etrailer.com. Today we're going to take a look at the quick-clip pins from Exposed Rack. These are going to be more of a load stop style design for carrying longer items like ladders or lumber, or even stuff like canoes. It gives you really good anchor points on the side of your long items to allow you to act as a stop there, so you can get a more traditional strap in place as well. So together, you can carry stuff up on top of your roof that you normally wouldn't with your Jeep.Now when it comes to the way that these work, it's just like all of Exposed Racks accessories.

So they have that little ball that you push in there, and then they fit down in the Exposed Racks square that they've cut out of there to allow this to put itself in place. It's going to be a really quick and easy installation.They're going to come in a couple of different measurements. So we have a six inch, a 12 inch, an 18 inch and a 24 inch. So, a lot of different variations there for whatever you're looking to carry. Whether it's just a couple two by fours or a ladder, you could probably get away with one of these, the six or the 12.

But if you're looking to carry a lot of lumber, a lot of dry wall or a canoe, you're going to want to go with something a little bit taller, so it gives you a little bit more height to keep that stuff in place to wrap those straps around.These are pretty sturdy. They're going to measure at an inch by an inch all the way around, they're solid steel. There's a little bit of play there, but that's just to make it easier to get them installed and take them out. I can not pull up on those, until I press that ball to release it. You can see it's just as easy to get them back into place.

So regardless of what length you get, it's going to be a really solid way to keep your load secure.So to get something long like a ladder or lumber up on a roof, traditionally with your Jeep, you'd have it sticking out of the backend if you tried to do it, or you'd have to call a buddy to help you get some stuff home. So, I have a six inch version of the load stop in place right now. I'm going to put this ladder up in place, I'll get that installed right there, then I'm going to grab another six inch. You can do this a couple of different ways, it just depends on the load you're carrying.So with that offset that the exterior ones have, it can create kind of an odd situation, but I'm just going to put it in the rear one there. So I have good spots right there, now I just needed to grab some straps to get everything secure.

If you have the ability to put a load stop on each side on the front and rear crossbars, that's definitely going to be a better way to go, but sometimes you can't do it. So, I'm going to get some straps and get this tied down and look at a couple of different configurations we can do with this.So, I'm just going to run a strap around this. This is going to be the same way if you've ever had anything like a ladder rack on a truck that has some load stops. I like to run my strap down underneath it, and then you can use this load stop as an additional tie-down support. Get everything nice and secured, and then we can get our front strap put in place. Now, I'm just using a regular cam buckle strap. You could use ratchet straps, whatever you want, however big your load is to get this put in place.You can see, you don't always have to have four load stops on each side. So, I have one on the driver's side up front, one on the passenger side in the rear. I'm just using a couple straps to get this secured and we're going to be good to go. So you can easily, safely transport our ladder or lumber or a canoe. Whatever you're looking that's elongated that isn't going to fit in your Jeep, which is a lot of things.So I think this is a really cool setup. We get the benefit of having that Exposed Rack for soft top Jeeps, we get the load stops. It just makes this a little bit more versatile than just carrying your kayaks or bikes. So, I think this is a really cool setup. You have the six inch ones, you can keep those down in the glove box or throw them in the back. The longer 12, 18 or 24 inches, those are going to take up a little bit more space. Those may be are on a case by case, pull them out of the garage. Throw six inches in there though, and I think you're going to be good to go for a lot of things.Overall, I think it's a really nice, simple way to make your Exposed Rack a little bit more versatile, and I think it's definitely worth picking up. That's going to do it for our look at the load stops for Exposed Racks.


Customer Reviews

Quick-Clip Pin for Exposed Racks - Steel - 12" Long - ER86FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Pin allows you to carry lumber, plywood, and other cargo. Mounts vertical to stop the load from sliding side to side. Secures to any hole on your multi-functional crossbar. 12" of usable length.

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Haven't used yet but intend to find many uses to be able to use this and my Exposed Racks on my vehicle. Always nice to be able to carry items on roof rack rather than try to fit into vehicle and have to rearrange items and seats in vehicle.




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