Holds the bikes as well as I could hope for. Needed an accessory lock, which is sold separately, to lock highroller to crossbars when bike is on rack. Slight wobble at speed, nothing to be concerned with.
These look great, feel solid, and I know they hold up to time and the elements, as this is my second pair. The first pair is still on my other car, looking great and doing the job worry-free. Synthetic coating is easy to scratch if you're an idiot, and I definitely scratched part of it off during installation. What does that make me?
Using Q106 clips on my '00 Maxima. Fit just fine, though concerned about possible door seal compression/tearing over time. Believe these are the best solution on the market, just aren't perfect. Happy to have them though, they do the job quite well.
Installed these in about an hour and a half on my '00 Maxima. Really impressed by how sturdy they feel. Yakima really did their homework. The rubber pads between the tower and my car should do a decent job of keeping dirt and scratches away.
5 stars not because they're the perfect rack system, but because they work incredibly well on a car not designed for a rack. Obviously roof rails are better, but if you're rocking the naked roof, these should do the job :)
Am I missing something regarding the lock system? I see one cable, with one spot for one lock core. This cable appears to be designed to lock the bike to the Highroller. When a bike is mounted, how does the Highroller lock to the crossbars?
Works great with hardtails or any full suspension with enough clearance to hang correctly. My newest full-suspension hangs badly and sways a lot at higher speeds. Wouldn't trust this rack with any bike that utilizes a rear shock right under the top tube, as many dw-link suspensions do. If you're a hardtail rider you're good to go, as the rack mounts easily, is incredibly stiff, and really does hold 3 bikes.