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FullBack 2 Bike
- New SuperCush ZipStrip™ cradles secure the bikes and make loading and unloading a breeze
- ZipStrips™ secure bikes to the rack and are fully removable
- Modern design delivers an improved fit and looks awesome
- Bomber external frame holds tough, cushy padding protects your paint
- Full SKS locking package secures rack to vehicle, bikes to rack to help prevent theft
- Simple installation with an interlocking HUB that aligns key adjustment points
- Four-strap attachment is intuitive and easy
- Compact for easy storage
- Premium high-gloss finish
- Yakima signature bottle opener lets you enjoy a post-ride cold one
- Easy number dial makes installation simple
- WARNING for California Consumers
- Weight: 22.00 lbs.
- Dimensions: L 30.00 in x W 25.00 in x H 22.00 in
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
FullBack 2 Bike
- No Assembly Required
- 5 Minute Install
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Perfect fit. Super sturdy. Taken it out twice so far and have had no problems. The 2022 Elantra N Line has yet to have a hitch manufactured, and I was tired of waiting for a year. Although trunk racks are not preferred by most, I had no choice but to go for this, as roof racks were too expensive. I have taken it out twice, hitting up 100km/hr on the freeway. Rock Solid. I spent a lot of time reviewing many trunk bike racks, and I am delighted this one worked for me. I have ordered covers for my pedals to avoid scratching the paint while mounting the bike. The bike has minimal sway on the move and does not come in contact with the trunk.
Bought this for my '16 Equinox. Appropriate fit. So lid. Strong. Easily secured BUT from Day 1 the locking system is so tough to turn. Eventually with strength, determination and patience I lock and unlock the arms .NO IDEA how to fix the resistance to turning. Any videos don't even hint at a similar problem. Hot weather only makes the locking mechanism tighter. Frustrating.
Website said this would fit my car which it did perfectly, unfortunately when you put the bikes on the rack this will damage your top spoiler. If you don’t have a top spoiler this rack will do just fine.
Overall, it works well. Kind of hard to get two small size gravel bike frames on there but we can make it work with the drop bars of one bike woven through the spokes of the other bike. We haven't used the rack to vehicle anti-theft system bc I haven't been able to get the strap through the slot between the hatchback and the back of either vehicle, though I only tried once. The cord on the rack to bike lock is pretty short but we've been able to use it. The ZipStrips have survived 3 months of regular use and are pretty nice. I'm docking a star bc it's so. freakin. heavy. It makes the hatchback of the Crosstrek slam shut hard if you don't hold tight to it. It doesn't slam the door of the Sienna but be careful closing the door with the rack arms extended. One guy posted a youtube review of this rack and talked about getting hit in the head hard with the rack arms. I thought, "What a moron. I'll never do that." But I almost took myself out during a period of brain fog after a long ride. It could happen to you...Related to the concussion hazard, I think the sharp edge of the bottle opener just makes the arms more dangerous. Booby traps aside, it's a solid bike rack.
I have a decent fit on Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. The rack is a lot heavier than my previous rack, however it seems to be made well. I guess time will tell on the ratcheting type moving arms and such. So far , so good.
I bought Fullback 3 used at REI parking lot sale and fantastic on 2015 Subaru Legacy. No problem loading 2-3 bikes. However, tried to install and use on wife's 2016 Toyota Prius and not so easy install and open the hatchback with it on not as easy as Subaru. Still this is my second Yakima bike rack still have my first one just in case I ever go back to an SUV.
I installed the fullback 2 perfectly, according to instructions - hub setting, anchors, positioning on car - even had my bike shop check it when I went to pick up my bikes. Drove around 2 miles before I noticed that the rack looked slightly lower than originally positioned. When I pulled over, I saw that my top rear spoiler had buckled. No photos because I immediately removed the bikes and racks in a frenzy to not cause further damage. Thankfully, the spoiler popped back into shape. So glad I noticed before driving any farther. I'll give the rack a try on my Subaru WRX, but it's definitely not for the X3.
I was shopping for months/year for a 3 bike rack. My tow hitch was to small for a 3 bike rack, I was too short for roof racks and I did not want to buy a bigger vehicle just to take the whole family out of town to ride bikes. No where on the internet could I fine one that would fit....until I went to REI they suggested I look up my car and see if this rack would fit, to my surprise and relief the 2017 Chevrolet Volt was listed. I immediately ordered it , due to high demand I had to wait a month. When it came, in the REI parking lot I slapped it on my truck. It was perfect. It fits 3 bikes ranging from adult 6ft to a child 4ft. I read reviews a about bending and denying the trunk, I did places it with great car to insure the best results and when I took it off there was no evidence I had even used it. I am very impressed and I love that If I need use it on a different car it will most likely also fit.
Although the site says that the Fullback is not compatible with my 2017 G80 I went ahead and tried it.
It definitely fits the Genesis G80.
First off, I bought this trunk rack as id previously been using the roof top Frontloader and while that is a solid rack I just got tired of trying to throw my Trek Stache on top of my Jeep renegade. Yakima is reputable and builds a quality product. There are a few reasons I did not rate this 5 stars. 1) Yakima instructs you to mount your bike in the position closest to your vehicle when hauling a single bike. The integrated lock only reaches the rack position furthest from your vehicle, rendering the lock useless for the inner-most position when hauling a single bike per the instructions. 2) there is a Phillips head screw protruding underneath on the non-lock bearing side that, when used with Yakima brand Tube Top adapter, scratched my top tube. 3) when reaching out to Yakima about this issue, though they responded quickly, I was advised to essentially “tape it with gorilla tape or use flex seal” over the screw head. 3) the geometry of my Stache and the Tube Top adapter makes it difficult to mount the bike on the rack. The zip strip to hold the Tube Top adapter has to go BENEATH my saddle between the saddle and frame in order for me to be able to zip strip the seat tube in tightly and securely. This requires finagling that honestly is about as annoying as pulling out a step ladder to throw my bike up top on the Frontloader I was originally using. Overall, without my bikes geometry and having to use the Tube Top adapter this rack would probably be 5 stars. But still there’s the issue of the lock being useless for a single bike when mounted in the position closest to your vehicle and the protruding screw to be wary of. I’ve taken my bike on this rack on the Atlantic City Expressway doing 80-85 without ever feeling like my bike was moving about. The rack itself is sturdily constructed, just a few flaws for me.