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Clips for RidgeLine Towers

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Tailored to precisely fit flush-mount factory side rails, RidgeClips secure the RidgeLine Towers to your aerodynamic rooftop. Created in different designs to fit specific vehicles, they have a brilliant clip design that's super strong, easy to install, and holds on tight.

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RidgeClip #4

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  • Ingenious clips designed to attach RidgeLine Towers to flush-mount factory side rails
  • Range of shapes lets you find the precise, secure fit specific to your vehicle
  • Unique inner and outer clip design delivers exceptional hold
  • Powder-coated stainless steel provides maximum strength and durability
  • Sold in sets of four – just one kit sets up your system
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      Based on 3 reviews

      I work in a store where we sell and install Thule and Yakima racks. The Ridgeline system for flush siderails is the most persnickety of the four types: Basically it is like a Baseline but with (4) four extra clips on the backside of the tower so there are a total of (8) eight clips for a two bar rack. The other thing that makes this system a PITA to install is the way the clips "hang" on the tower. The clips are quite easy to dislodge from the "hooks" that go through them until the rack is tightened in place. Like I said: persnickety. Once it is on it works fine. Apparently there has been a redesign ... so maybe wait if you have a car with flush siderails that takes the Ridgeline towers and clips. : )

      agree with Art once fitted do not remove

      I have multiple racks both hitch and roof from Yakima and competitors for various combinations of watersports equipment and bikes across multiple vehicles. Art is spot on in his description of the system not being Yakima's most elegant design and giving good advice with the suggestion not to remove once fitted. The issue is that although the system works and the pieces are secure when tightened in place the same is not true when the racks are removed. Once removed the tower pack individual clips are just floating loose and are highly prone to falling off, particularly if they are inverted or jostled. That is definitely a foreseeable event in between the vehicle and any storage. I am right now online looking for a replacement for one outer clip that has gone missing between taking the rack off a couple weeks back for a tight fit in a parking garage and now. That creates a significant problem in terms of near term departure planning and I'm not having much luck buying a new part short of replacing a whole pack for 139. Again it is functional when on though and I understand it's hard to make a system interoperable with multiple rail designs across vehicles manufacturers so still 3 stars.

      Worst Yakima design ever

      When (if) you ever get this rack system positioned properly, don’t ever remove it. This system seems to have been designed by Rube Goldberg. I have been using Yakima products for about 40 years and this one could cause me to switch to another system .