Finally, a roof-top rack that's easy to install and won't damage your car! SeaSucker bike racks use our incredibly strong vacuum mounts and allow you to temporarily but securely mount your bikes to the roof of your car without the hassle of permanently attaching any hardware. SeaSuckers are non-marking, UV and weather resistant, and hold exceptionally well to glass or metal surfaces. Although it's set up as a 3-bike rack, the newly-redesigned Bomber will hold up to 5 bikes on an SUV with the addition of extra fork mounts - ask us how!This model includes three Rear Wheel Straps (6" SeaSuckers with 1 1/2" wide hook-and-loop straps) to secure your bikes' rear wheels and keep the tail from sliding left or right.This rack has three fork clamps attached to five 6" SeaSuckers. Rack body made of 3/4" high-density polyethelyne, which makes it strong enough to hold your bikes yet flexible enough to follow the curve of your roof line. Approximate footprint: 41" x 10".OPTIONS: For $45, you can upgrade to the Delta Bike Hitch Pro fork mounts. The standard fork mounts are, well, pretty standard. The Delta upgrades, though, are lockable and are a little more heavy-duty. The real reason to get the upgrade, though, is that the Delta fork mounts open much wider when you release the lever. This means that once you have it set for your bikes' forks, you don't have to tighten or loosen the acorn nuts on the opposite side every time you put your bikes in or take your bikes out of the mounts as you do with the standard fork mounts.
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I have a 2009 Norco Sasquatch with the stock Marzocchi Bomber 55's.
I had an issue with the fork a couple years back and had them sent to Marzocchi to be fixed (there was apparently a stuck valve).
Ever since having the fork fixed, there is only about 40mm of travel, and the rebound on it is rid ... Read More »
Before everyone starts flaming I have been looking for about a month for info, parts, adapters, etc. I actually dug up quite a bit. First there was the hammerhead adapter sold over in the UK....then I think I've found another source for them on a vintage MTB forum in the UK, and I was just reading a ... Read More »
I was "given" a used Marzocchi Marathon SL "Bomber" 29er 2004 front shock fork that is completely compressed and non-functional (*along with another expensive part that I bought). Is it worth it to rebuild these 9 year old forks for $120 or more? The only shop that I know of rebuilding these are " ... Read More »
hey guys i just got my first big time bike you could say, a khs alite 4000. this bike is kinda being a challenge for me to learn on because its pretty stupid light and very responsive, but anyways where can i get a rebuild kit for these forks with seals and bushing and what should i use for oil in t ... Read More »
First off let me say I'm no pro or super badass rider doing gigantor drops.. but I ride, and kick small amounts of ass wherever I go. I just recently picked up this Felt Q620..pretty middle of the road bike..I sold my $2,000 Specialized Stumpjumper and started riding the Felt because it felt a lot m ... Read More »