Slikfit TIE DOWN Bike Rack

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Product Description

The SLIKFIT TIE DOWN is designed to attach easily and securely to the SLIKFIT ANCHOR POINT to hold bikes or motorcycles upright in the bed of a pickup truck.


  • Secure hook up
  • Easy tightening strap
  • Weather resistant material
  • Sharp colors

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