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yakima bedhead experiences?

anyone used them? i went looking for one of those bars that fit in the bed and i came across these instead.
there are two types, a drill-hole-screw-down type, or a under-the-rail-clamp type.
they'd only cost around $125 each if i wanted to get the locking style. if i didn't need the lock it would be $85.

sorry no links or pics, but they are on the yakima site.

i am looking at different options for cargo since i don't just wanna throw the bike in the bed. especially since i haven't gotten a spray in liner yet.
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dude ther is a nother thread on this same topic called mountain bike
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really? i know there was a thread earlier, i posted a question to someone and got no reply. i'll look for the thread you stated.
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no way is that worth it, even for 50$. go to any local bike shop and theyll have those for 20$. then either use sheet metal screws and screw it to the bed of your truck, or attach the rack of a 2x6 and lay that in your bed.
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i know it's pricey. yes the bike stores have a cheaper one. it requires screws to be drilled into the bed rail. that's not an option for me or other people. it's only expensive because of the name. does anyone know of a cheaper one out there that clamps and does not requre drilling?
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