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FullBack 3 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
- Weight: 23.00 lbs.
- Dimensions: L 30.00 in x W 25.00 in x H 22.00 in
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
FullBack 3 Bike
- No Assembly Required
- 5 Minute Install
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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.
I bought this rack for my 2020 Volvo V90 and it is very sturdy however following the directions and only carrying 2 bikes, it managed to crack the back window. The top straps in the recommended anchor position also caused the spoiler to deflect slightly under both straps. The lower support only transferred black residue which was easy to clean off. While it is a very well built bike rack, I would not recommend it for a Volvo V90.
I just bought this Yakima FullBack 2 for my 2016 Audi A3 and it works and fits GREAT!! I had used a Saris Bike Rack in the past, but it would move around and rattle constantly. The Yakima is snug and doesn't move or make a sound at all. It fits so securely to the trunk of my Audi that I know longer have to worry about losing my bike on the freeway! Great Product!
Received my Fullback 2 through Etrailer web store. The rack appears to be and is made of high quality materials. The problem arose from the installation directions. I went to the website listed to find the setting for the support bar for my car a 2017 Hyundai Elantra. Website says to set it #2, making sure the the #2 lines up with the notch on the rack, so far so good. Drove about 20 miles with two bikes on the rack, again so far so good. After the ride I wanted to make sure I was putting the bikes on right, as I had left the paper directions at home I went to the website and at this point I see the installation video. Video says to make sure lower support rests on lower edge of the trunk. The paper directions don’t really make this clear that it shouldn’t rest on the plastic bumper at all. So for my car the suggested setting the support does rest on the trunk but also partially on the bumper. Well when I took off the rack the support had damaged my bumper, two indentations where it was touching the bumper- not good. I can buff out the small amount of marring, but the damage to the bumper would require replacement. Also video mentions to use the lock cable to secure the bikes, well mine came with the keys for the lock , but no cable. I will follow up with support and see what they say. Basically rack is well made so if it fits your car properly I’m sure it’s great. It’s also supposed to fit a Mini Cooper, our other car, as of now with the damage to the Elantra, I won’t risk putting it on the Mini. The main reason we chose the rack was that it supposedly fit both cars. Probably does if you’re willing to accept a little damage.
I bought this from my local bike shop on there recommendation and I love the feel of this rack it feels strong and sturdy but when I put it on my 2019 civic lx it has issues. ( I've had to reinstall it my own way to feel safe putting my bikes on it.) 1 : it is pulling my trunk away from the car even with no bikes on it. 2: it will NOT FIT 3 mountain bikes on it. I have to put the 2nd bike on the spot furthest from the trunk as the pedals and the bars and the derailleur rub and get stuck through spokes!!!! 3: the bikes I have weigh 30 and 32 lbs and with both of them on the rack the rack arms sag and the bikes bounce quit a bit. 4 : I put the rack on per the paper instructions and per the video instructions and the bikes are really close to the ground and sticking way out the back.
I've run into a lot of trouble similar to the above review. The utmost problem being that the lower support put dents(!) in my bumper. I can't open the hatchback if the rack is on, which is obvious in retrospect. It's really a pain in the ass to install - really a 2 person job so that the car doesn't get scratched. So not quick to get on and off, but needs to be removed frequently so that I can use the trunk. Maybe this item isn't worthy of the 2 star quality review, but I'm pretty provoked because the fit guide says it works on a Hyundai Ioniq.
Hi, I am not one to enter reviews unless I feel very strongly positive or negative about a product. I purchased this item in preparation for a cross country drive in early February with two bicycles . I was nervous out of the gate thinking the bike rack could not the 80 mph speeds and weather on the highways. I soon realized that this rack is very sturdy and secure so that allowed me to relax and enjoy the driving. This rack is very secure very easy to mount and easy to load the bicycles. I drove over 5000 miles in many pouring rain days and the trucks blowing me around and at the end of each day everything was secure. I opted to take the bicycles off each night to be safe and loading and unloading took less than 10 minutes. different bicycle frame designs require a little adapting but the secure clamps included worked well. I bought an extra strap just for more security but really didn't need it. The theft strap included is probably not going to stop someone if they really want to steal the rack so I occasionally took the rack off which is simple. Sad I haven't yet used the bottle opener on the rack. I highly recommend this rack
This rack is a great product. The Fullback product was a replacement for the Hollywood 2-bike rack. The Yakima product has a more compact and sturdier design than the Hollywood product. I also like the assortment of available online accessories (purchased separately). Specifically, the Top Tube, 9-ft security cable and SKS key core products which add even more security for my 2 Giant (10-speed, 11-speed) road bikes when traveling.
This is a solid rack! Quirky fit on 2016 VW Golf Sportwagen. Here is what I have encountered: 1. Difficulty tightening the top straps-the bottom of the rack rests in a very small section on the hatch, if you tighten the bottom too much you will pull the rack down below the area it needs to rests. 2. I left the rack on the back of the car-it rained and leaked into the car. It appears that having the top straps thread through the hatch opens a gap in the weather sealing making a gap for water to leak into the rear. 3. The security strap cannot be used-it's too big to fit through the top of the hatch. 4. Cannot open hatch with rack on the car. Which doesn't seem like it would be an issue, but when you thread the straps through the top and open the hatch the straps shift and you could do damage to your car. I'm considering returning the rack. I've had Yakima hitch racks on previous cars and like the build quality, it's why I tried this one and wanted to put it through a good test.
This rack is quality; really sturdy and clean looking on the back of a sedan. The problem is if you have ANY kind of modern geometry bike, you have to skip a spot to get 2 bikes on. Even then, it is very difficult to position the bikes. This rack would work great with bikes that have a horizontal top tube and that's about it. Wish I would have bought a rack that clamps down on the tires instead.