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Before this rack my only experience was with the Saris Bones trunk racks. The Yakima Quick Back is much easier to install and includes many convenient additions. The labeled straps make installation simple, and if you're installing on a glass trunk or hatch Yakima has included interchangeable straps for you. There are clamps to hold the excess rope so that it isn't flying around as you drive. Also the anti-theft cable is a good idea. I doubt that it would stop anyone who is very determined to steal the rack, but it will definitely help keep honest people honest. It works well on my 2003 Camry and easily goes over the spoiler. The only problem that I've had with it is that the sides of my trunk are angled inward and if I don't tighten the side straps extremely tight they slide downward and become loose. Because of all of the other positives of the rack I overlook this and use it as an excuse to get the straps extra tight. But it is something you should consider before buying it for yourself.

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5 5

Before this rack my only experience was with the Saris Bones trunk racks. The Yakima Quick Back is much easier to install and includes many convenient additions. The labeled straps make installation simple, and if you're installing on a glass trunk or hatch Yakima has included interchangeable straps for you. There are clamps to hold the excess rope so that it isn't flying around as you drive. Also the anti-theft cable is a good idea. I doubt that it would stop anyone who is very determined to steal the rack, but it will definitely help keep honest people honest. It works well on my 2003 Camry and easily goes over the spoiler. The only problem that I've had with it is that the sides of my trunk are angled inward and if I don't tighten the side straps extremely tight they slide downward and become loose. Because of all of the other positives of the rack I overlook this and use it as an excuse to get the straps extra tight. But it is something you should consider before buying it for yourself.

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5 5

This tool is a little heavy, but it has everything that I needed and still fit into my axiom seat bag along with CO2 cartridges and a spare tire. So far it has been very durable and I use it around the garage as much as on the road. If weight is a big issue then look elsewhere, if not then this tool is great.

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Andrew, the best way to be sure you get exactly what you need would be to go to www.yakima.com and go through the "Fit My Car" setup guide. What you need will depend on what year your car is. It looks like one option would be Q towers, 48" bars, Q99 & Q34 clips, and a Bigstack to carry the kayak. All of which I believe is sold right here on BC. But check Yakima's website first to be sure that you get everything that you need.

KAThy, The best thing to do would be go to www.yakima.com and go through the "Fit My Car" setup guide. It will configure your exact car for what you want to do, kayaks and anything else. From what you have said I think you will just need either some Railgrabs or Lowriders to attach the bars you have to your Santa Fe's factory side rails, then the rest of your rack should work the same, that is assuming you already had the set up for a kayak. It does not look like you can use Q towers with a Santa Fe. I think they sell both the Railgrabs or Lowriders right here on BC, but be sure and check Yakima's website to be sure you have everything that you need.