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Safety is important anytime your behind the wheel. Getting your trailer clipped by another car could wreck your trailer and your kayaks. Increase your safety measures with the Yakima Rack and Roll safety poles.
Customer Rating: 4.8 of 5
I purchased these to go on an aluminum cargo carrier mounted on
the front of my F-350. You can't see the carrier even with cargo in
it do to the high front grill of the F-350. I mounted them using a
modified mounting method. I replaced the hardware with stainless
steel bolts but used the plastic wing nut they included for the
round trailer frame mount (my cargo frame is square stock). That
way they are bolted through but I can still remove them quickly for
storage. These make all the difference adding visibility to the front
of my cargo rack!
The poles work. I put 2 of them onto my Rack and Roll trailer, and I
can now see the trailer through the back windows of my van. I also
tied red ribbon to them which helps draw attention to the trailer.
These do exactly what I wanted them to do.
I bought the safety pole to put on my Malone trailer. It fits the
crossbar very well. The pole itself is heavy fiberglass. It is set
into a coil which gives flex to the pole. It arrives with either a
bolt on or an adapter that affixes to the crossbar. I used the
latter to put it on the trailer. It tightens with a wing nut. The
bolt may need to be stabilized before it can be tightened down.
I drive and FJ Cruiser and the pole was placed on the right rear
of the trailer. Much easier to back the trailer up. If you buy one
the trailers ACK has for sale, or already have one, buy the pole.
It helps in backing up plus the orange color helps people see
Essential product! This should
be considered a necessary
component in my opinion. In
fact, I think Yakima should
include one with the trailer.
Because the trailer is small and
sits low, it is very difficult to
see when backing up,
particularly if it's empty. The
pole is also helpful in
preventing others from backing
into your trailer (e.g., when in
The only disadvantage is that it
can make loading kayaks
slightly (and only very slightly)
more complicated because you
have to pass one end around
One final note: I would
recommend you mount the
pole in the trailer's track
instead of with the clip - much
more secure this way.
Paul & Charcoal
Great help when trailer is
sitting empty in parking lot for
others to see before they back
into the low profile Yakima
Paul & Charcoal
Safety Pole is a good idea and easy
to instal. The poles tend to lean
backwards when driving highway speeds
if you mount them using the round
clip instead of mounting them in the
I need all the help I can get
when backing up my Rack and
Roll 78 trailer. The Yakima
Rack and Roll Safety Pole is a
big help, it gives me an
aiming point that I can line
up with my target. The high
visibility yellow works well,
and it seems well made.
On occasion, when there is no
gear on the trailer or when
backing down a put-in ramp,
the trailer may be temporarily
out of sight from the drivers
seat. It sure can be
to see the pole or two to
help with maneuvering the rig.
I wouldnt want to be without