From the Mavic website, the Crossline rim has a disc specific profile. The hubs are 6-bolt. That what you needed?
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The Bedhead is easy to install w/o any special tools and it keeps your bike securely in place. While the nut on the skewer does come off, you can make pretty tight with the quick release. It is always good to remember that locks only stop the honest person and if somebody really wants your bike then they will get it.
Kyle, most likely they are just out of stock and you should keep checking back to see if they are available.
Well Ryan, if they are no longer sold retail then your best bet is somewhere like Ebay or even used somewhere like Craigslist. You may also try contacting Yakima and asking them if a different clip would work.
Hey Mike, I found that the Q99's are rather hard to come by. The best thing I found was to just keep checking until they are back in stock.
Sturdy, stable, and secure. This box stores enough for my family of four to go camping, visit family during Christmas (extra toys to bring home), and keep our skis if needed. Easy handling does take two people, but I have installed it alone. If you do not have a fairing and are concerned about wind noise, don't be. I have driving a several thousand miles with the just the box and never heard anything. I recommend getting the wall mount for storage while not on the car, it frees up a lot of room and looks killer, too.
Look closely, you can see where the wing broke off completely, right at the ends of the spring.
You can see where the wing has failed.
After four years of heavy use: XC, downhill and such, these pedals are dying. One the wings are breaking at the same weld on both pedals (see photos). I am curious if others have seen this same failure and if four years is a good stretch for the Egg Beaters.
I really like the four sided entry and my cleat never released unintentionally. They are comfortable and look great.
Buy them, you'll love them too!
The fact that this rack comes from the factory compatible with both an 1.25" and 2" receiver is great. Sharing between two cars with different sized receivers is a non-issue, just use or remove the provided adapter and install.
I have had three bikes back there cruising down the interstate around 80 and they did just fine. Rough roads were not a problem either, this rack is very solid.
The added deadlock gives me piece of mind that the rack and bikes are safe from nasty thieves. Sure, part of the rack could be jacked, but what good would that do anyone? I am not worried.
The forks drop down when not in use and the entire racks folds down for simple access to truck, hatch, etc.
In summary, this rack is safe, solid, and looks darn fine on the back of any vehicle.
Well Mike, the best bet would be to send Yakima a note to be notified once the fit is determined. You can do this from their website in what would be step 2 of 'Fit My Car'. Given that Yakima makes custom fits to ech year/make/model, it may take a while...
Most likely, visit www.yakima.com and follow the "Fit My Car" link. Enter the make/year/model to get a list of what you need to set up a rack system on your car.