Rhino Rack Multi-Purpose Holder, Universal Fit

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Rhino Rack Multi-Purpose Holder, Universal Fit Info & Specs

Transport your camping cargo on whatever roof system you want and customize your overlanding rig to fit YOUR needs with the Rhino Rack Multi-Purpose Holder- Universal Fit (RMPHU). The RMPHU fits length or sideways on most roof bars to enable easy storing of fishing rods, ski poles, kayak paddles and much more. Made from glass-reinforced nylon and santoprene rubber padding, you can be sure your RMPHU will survive any off-road condition.
  • Universal mount bracket and hardware included
  • The MPHU Strap is made from strong and flexible thermoplastic vulcanized rubber (Santoprene) which keeps your cargo safe from scratches
  • Fits Whispbar and Hubco bars
  • Frame is made from strong glass reinforced nylon
  • Simply snap the Multi-Purpose Holder into place around your Whispbar or Hubco bars like a wristwatch
  • Allows you to carry long thin cargo easily
  • Allows you the fastest way to strap down and transport cargo
  • Left or Right side fastening with ease
  • The internal width of the Rhino-Rack Multi-Purpose Holder is 55mm
  • Can be used all year round
Perfect for: 
  • Extra pair of skis
  • Ski poles
  • Fishing rods
  • Kayak paddles
  • Spades and shovels
  • Sail board mast and much more
Note: Tape measure is required for installation

  • Load rating - 7kg / 15.5lb
  • Product weight - 2.2 lbs

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