The Yakima TimberLine roof rack towers attach to your vehicle's raised side rails to increase your carrying capacity and deliver maximum versatility. The Timberline Towers can be installed anywhere along the factory installed side rails of your vehicle, depending on what you are carrying.
Low profile provides a sleek, integrated look and is also very aerodynamic.
The Yakima Timberline towers are compatible with most styles of factory rack side rails from raised to flush side rails. Side rails (usually black) run parallel to each other on the roof of your vehicle and come in many different shapes and sizes. Some examples are Subaru Outback, Subaru Forester, Audi A4 wagon, Infiniti FX, Subaru Impreza, VW Jetta Wagon, Volvo XC, Audi A6 wagon, Honda Pilot, Toyot Highlander, Toyota Rav 4 and Kia Sedona.
Sold as a set of 4 roof rack towers.
NOTE: This is NOT a complete roof rack system. Crossbars and locks are sold separately.
Compatible with Yakima JetStream, CoreBar and RoundBar crossbars.
A strong, durable stainless steel strap to accommodates a wide range of side rails.
Full side rail protection is provided by an integrated rubber lining that protects the vehicle side rails finish.
Maximum load rating of 165 lbs (75kg), but varies depending on the vehicle.
Available crossbar options:
CoreBar (aerodynamic steel)
JetStream (aerodynamic aluminum)
RoundBar (round steel)
The RoundBar SL Adapter is required to use Yakima's classic RoundBar (sold separately).
The Yakima Timberline roof rack is easy to install, remove, and adjust. No tools needed.
Can be locked to your vehicle with a 4 pack of Yakima SKS Lock Cores (sold separately).
Click the logo to launch the Yakima Fit Guide to determine proper fit:
Backed by a Yakima Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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