installation sheet
INSTALLATION SHEET
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PARTS INCLUDED IN YOUR KIT
• 1 x Hard folding cover assembly
• 3 x D Shaped cab bumpers
seal
• 1(¾x xBulkhead
¾ x truck width)
• 1 Pair BAKFlip rails (L&R)
• 2 x Black drain tubes
TOOLS RECOMMENDED
9/16 Wrench or socket
7/8 Drill bit & drill (optional)
1
1 HARDWARE BAG INCLUDING
• 68 xea)Clamps (8’ ft trucks incl.
bolt (w-large
• 2flatx Elevator
head)
• 4 x Rubber washers
• 2 x Large flat washers
• 2 x Lock washers
• 2 x Star knobs (thumb screws)
• 2 x Buckle ends
• 4 x Machine screws
• 4 x Threaded posts
SELECT SYSTEMS ONLY! (not pictured)
8 x Angle shims If the truck does
not have a drop
in bedliner, install
the cab/bulkhead
seal (weather
strip). Wipe painted surface with
isopropyl alchol
before applying.
If the truck has a
drop in bedliner,
no seal will be
needed.
3
NOTE: Some drop in liners may require trimming
in the corners to fit the rail in the opening.
Make sure
the rail is
clamped
square as
shown.
Start at the
front, and
place the
first clamp
approx 6 to 9
inches back.
2
2 x Spacer shims
Close tailgate.
Place BAKFlip rail
on truck bed with
silver bracket all
the way forward
and toward the
center of bed as
shown. Refer to
enclosed Spacing
& Shimming Sheet
for more details.
Rails should be
completely level.
4
Make sure the
clamp is inserted
all the way up
into the rail and
clamp teeth are
alinged to rail
slots to ensure
a secure grip.
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Apply downward
pressure to the
BAKFlip rail when
tightening the clamp
to ensure the rail
sets flush and seals
properly. A second
set of hands
may help.
5
6
Place the 2nd
clamp near the
center of the
rail. See steps 4
and 5 to ensure
the clamp goes
on correctly.
(8’ beds-evenly
space 2 clamps
between ends).
8
7
10 ft/lbs
Place the rear clamp approx 6 inches from tailgate. Tighten
all the clamps until snug. Then torque an additional 1/2 turn
(approx 10 ft/lbs). Repeat steps 2-7 on opposite side.
9
Clip prop rods to their
ball mount on the rail.
10
IMPORTANT
Set the cover in the folded position on the BakFlip rails
towards the front of cab with the small panel forward.
11
12
The small panel faces
forward, toward the cab
and folds down over
the silver brackets. The
front panel must sit just
inside the bulkhead rail
with the seal resting on
top of the rail. Fold the
panel down and align it
so it is setting squarely
on the rails and align
the mounting holes
with the silver slotted
brackets on the rails.
Install the three
cab bumpers
along the top
edge of the cover
where it meets
the truck cab.
Before mounting the cover on truck, using a screwdriver install the two buckle ends into pre-drilled
holes on the front header with the provided machine
screws and threaded posts. DO NOT use a screw
gun, securely tighten by hand only.
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Insert the large
flat bolt with the
supplied rubber
washer through
the front panel
and silver slotted
bracket underneath. Repeat
on other side.
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The large flat bolt goes down through the
front panel on each side. Underneath the
cover, the order of washers is as follows:
rubber washer first, then large flat stainless
washer, then the lock washer, and finally the
5 star finger knob as shown to the left.
16
15
Assemble the washers
from underneath and
loosely tighten the knob.
Do not over tighten.
Unfold the cover towards the tailgate. Make sure the cover
fits squarely between the rails.
18
17
The flap seal will rest
on top of the tailgate.
The covers aluminum frame should fit just inside
the tailgate when the adjustment is made correctly
(approx. 1/4” clearance).
19
Once
positioned,
fold cover over
toward cab
and tighten
the knobs
until the lock
washer flattens
out and locks
the knob
securely to
the bracket.
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Route the front drain
hoses from the end
of the BAKFlip rail
out through manufacturer available bed
plug. Simply remove
these plugs or drill a
7/8” hole through the
plastic. If you have a
drop in plastic bedliner, simply run the
drain tubes behind
or under the liner.
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21
Check to see that
cover panel latches
make proper contact
with side rails.
Sometimes, your side seals of your BakFlip
cover will appear to be wrinkled shortly after
initially installing the cover. To assist seals
in laying flat you can leave your truck in the
sun, or to expedite, just apply heat with a
hair dryer or heat gun. See this video for a
good look at how it’s done.
IMPORTANT
BAKFlip safe operation and use
IMPORTANT NOTICE
While driving, cover must be completely flat and secure with all latches
in the closed position OR completely folded up (all panels) and secured at
the cab. DO NOT DRIVE with cover partially opened.
Tonneau Cover Positions While Operating Vehicle
Prior to vehicle operation, tonneau cover MUST be properly secured.
CLOSED POSITION
FIGURE 1
STORAGE
POSITION
FOR CLIP
All panels must be closed and FULLY LATCHED to tonneau side rail.
All panels must be flat and latches engaged
FOLDED UP POSITION
To drive with your cover in the folded up position, simply make use of the
tie down straps and buckles provided with your cover. Ensure BOTH buckle
clips are fully inserted into the buckle ends located on the front header panel
of the cover and adjust the straps to ensure the cover is secure during
vehicle operation. The clips should be secured in the storage position,
as shown in Figure 1, when not in use.
FOLDED UP POSITION
FLIPPED UP POSITION
A) Fold the cover open and lift it until its vertical or
past 90 degrees towards your truck cab. Then release
the prop rod that is attached to your rail. Fold the
prop rod over and position it firmly against the
vertical plate on the underside of your cover.
Then slide the prop rod locks downwards
and tighten the knobs to lock into position.
Do this on both sides of the cover.
FLIPPED UP: A
B) Your cover should be firmly in
position with little to no movement
once the prop rods are locked.
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Tail Panel Operation
TO CLOSE THE TAILGATE PANEL
THEN 2nd
z WARNING – to avoid damage, always shut tailgate before
closing cover. DO NOT shut your tailgate when the rear panel
of your cover is closed.
EXCEPTION - BAKFlip MX4 offer’s a universal tailgate seal
which allows the tailgate to close with the cover up or down.
TO RAISE THE TAILGATE PANEL
1st
z Open the tailgate and reach under the panel for the cable at the
ends of the panel housing.
z Pull down on either cable to release both rear latches with one
hand while lifting the panel with the other hand.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE WITH THE TAIL PANEL
IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION!
Remove any snow or foreign
matter before folding cover.
Additional Important Operating Tips
z Tonneau cover MUST be free of foreign material including snow and ice
before opening panels.
z Do NOT tow your vehicle from the rear with the tonneau on your truck.
z Do NOT operate vehicle with objects on top of cover.
Do NOT tow your vehicle from the
rear with this cover on your truck.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE CAUTIONS MAY RESULT IN
SEVERE DAMAGE AND WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY!
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Warranty
BAK® Industries (“BAK”) warrants your BAKFlip Hard Folding Cover to be structurally free from defects in material and
workmanship for the period as outlined in the table below from the retail date of purchase. Warranty registration must
be on file and/or proof of original purchase (detailed and dated receipt) required for warranty service. Warranty is nontransferable and applies to the original purchaser of the BAK product only.
PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIOD
BAKFlip VP
1 Year Limited Warranty
REGISTER YOUR
BAKFlip G2
2 Year Limited Warranty
WARRANTY
BAKFlip MX4
3 Year Limited Warranty
NOW AT
BAKFlip HD
2 Year Limited Warranty
BAKFlip FiberMax
2 Year Limited Warranty
BAKFlip F1
3 Year Limited Warranty
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BAK reserves the right to determine whether a product needs to be repaired or replaced. No labor or service allowance
is given or implied. The warranty will be void if the product has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect,
improper service/installation/removal, modifications, acts of God or normal wear and tear or other causes not arising out
of defective materials or workmanship. BAK assumes no liability for injury, loss, incidental or consequential damages.
BAK reserves the right to substitute an entire replacement system or provide other remedies than those listed in this
warranty for discontinued products or other reasons. Shipping charges will apply for any repair or replacement.
BAK is committed to providing you with our best service at all times. Please feel free to contact us should you require any
assistance with your BAK product.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
BAK Flip tonneaus are made from durable materials and require simple care to ensure a long life of performing well and
looking great.
BAK Flip G2, HD, MX4, Fibermax & F1
Cleaning the Top (Washing)
Standard automotive soap and water with a soft sponge or cloth is recommended for cleaning. Shammy dry to keep
the finish polished and brilliant. Wax is NOT recommended as it tends to fill in cracks and crevices, which may affect the
textured panel finish. Do NOT use any harsh cleaners or abrasives.
BAKFlip VP
Cleaning the Top (Washing)
These stylish covers incorporate OE marine grade vinyl laminated on the top surfaces. Standard automotive soap and
water used with a soft sponge or cloth is recommended for cleaning. Shammy dry to prevent water spots and ensure a
rich dark finish.
Treating the Vinyl Top
3M 303 Aerospace Protectant may be used to keep the vinyl surface clean and protected from the elements and will also
remove any water spots that may have developed. 303 Aerospace not only protects against fading, discoloration and
cracking from harmful UV rays, but repels dust and stains. Simply spray on and wipe dry for a beautiful, matte finish that
protects your cover from road grime and dust.
All BAKFlip
Maintenance
It is recommended that you periodically check your cover is securely attached to your truck bed. Inspect the clamps and
front mounting bolts to ensure they were properly installed and have not come loose or knocked out of adjustment
during operation. Covers that are used with high frequency or that are subject to the vibrations and impact from rough
roadways can cause the cover to require adjustment.
Lubricating the Latches
It is recommended that you periodically inspect and service the latches on each panel. Clean away any excess dirt or
grime and lubricate with silicone spray. Ensure the latches move freely in and out to properly engage the side rail and
provide proper performance with optimum security. Be careful not to overspray the cover. Wipe away any excess around
the latch location.
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SPACING & SHIMMING SHEET
IMPORTANT: READ FIRST
Thank you for your recent purchase of a BAKFlip Truck Bed Cover,
enclosed are both Spacer and Angle Shims to ensure a proper
installation. Please refer to the guide on the back page to determine
if your vehicle needs shims and where to position them.
ANGLE
SHIMS
Tech Tip 1 (ANGLE SHIMS 6.25” x .5”):
Installing the BAKFlip rails square to the truck bed rail is
the key to a successful installation. Please note: FIG 1: Some trucks have an indentation in the lower
section of the bed rail (adding angle shims to the
truck bed rail will be necessary). Position an angle
shim at each clamp position.
FIG 1:
INDENTED
RAIL
FIG 2: Some trucks have a tapered clamping surface
on the truck bed rail (adding angle shims to the
truck bed rail will be necessary). Position
an angle shim at each clamp position.
FIG 3: Some trucks have a square bed rail
FIG 2:
TAPPERED
RAIL
(no angle shims needed).
When needed, the angle shims are applied to the
truck bed rail to prevent the BAKFlip rail from tilting
when clamped in place. A squarely clamped rail ensures
proper latching and sealing of the cover.
*SEE ILLUSTRATIONS AND REFER TO THE GUIDE
ON THE BACK PAGE TO DETERMINE IF YOUR
VEHICLE NEEDS ANGLE SHIMS AND PROPER
PLACEMENT AS NEEDED.
FIG 3:
SQUARE
RAIL
Tech Tip 2 (SPACER SHIMS 72” X 1.5”):
If your BAKFlip came with Spacer Shims in the kit, you may need them.
Spacer Shims are included with BAKFlip rails to adjust how tight the cover will fit between the rail opening. These
are typically included on trucks models that come standard with a painted bed rail and no plastic bed cap protectors.
1 If you are installing the BAKFlip rails against a plain painted rail (or spray on liner) then you should apply the
spacer shims to the vertical clamping surface of the BAKFlip rail before clamping to the truck (see Fig 4).
2 If your truck has plastic bed cap protector then the spacer shims may not be necessary.
Although, Spacer Shims may be used to adjust the cover to fit tighter in the opening. This can
ensure latches engage the rail fully or to ensure a more watertight installation.
3 If the cover will not rest in the opening on the BAKFlip rails, them remove one or
both Spacer Shims accordingly. Spray on liners may only require removing the
spacer shim on one side which will not affect appearance or operation.
*REFER TO THE GUIDE ON THE BACK PAGE TO DETERMINE IF
YOUR VEHICLE NEEDS SPACER SHIMS.
FIG 4:
SPACER SHIM
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SPACING & SHIMMING SHEET
YEAR
MODEL DESCRIPTION
DOES MY COVER
NEED ANGLE SHIMS?
WHERE DO I
POSITION THEM?
DO MY RAILS NEED
SPACER SHIMS?
CHEVY / GMC /CADILLAC
88 - 98
C/K (All Bed Sizes)
Yes
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
99 - 06
Silverado/Sierra (6’ 6” & 8’ Bed Sizes)
Yes
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
04 - 06
Silverado/Sierra Crew Cab (5’ 8” Bed Size)
Yes
07 - 13
Silverado/Sierra (Also: 2014 HD models)
Yes
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail Under OEM Bed Cap
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
14 - 16
Silverado, Sierra
No
—
No
93 - 04
S-10, Sonoma
Yes
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
04 - 13
Colorado, Canyon
Yes
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
15 - 16
Colorado, Canyon
Yes
02 - 13
Avalanche, Escalade EXT
No
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail Under OEM Bed Cap
—
No
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
No
No
DODGE/RAM
94 - 01
Ram
Yes
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
02 - 08
Ram
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
09 - 16
Ram (w/o Ram Box Cargo Mgmt)
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail
No
99 - 11
Dakota
No
—
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
97 - 14
F-150
Yes
No
15 - 16
F-150
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail Pre-applied at Factory
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail Pre-applied at Factory
2017
Super Duty
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail
No
99 - 16
Super Duty
No
—
No
93 - 11
Ranger
Yes
Flush With Bottom Edge On Truck Rail
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
06 - 13
Sports Trac
No
—
No
No
—
No
FORD
No
HONDA
05 - 15
Ridgeline
NISSAN
00 - 04
Frontier
No
—
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
05 - 16
Frontier
No
—
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
2016
Titan XD
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail
No
Titan
No
—
No
04 - 15
TOYOTA
96 - 04
Tacoma
No
—
Yes - Only On Trucks With Painted Rails
05 - 16
Tacoma
No
—
No
00 - 06
Tundra
No
—
No
07 - 16
Tundra
Yes
Flush With Top Edge On Truck Rail
No
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FOLDING
TONNEAU RACK
Package Contents
(2) Load Bars
(4) Load Bar End Caps
(4) ¼-20 x 9/16” Narrow Shoulder Hex Head Screw
(28) ¼ Flat Washers
(24) ¼ Split Lock Washers
(20) ¼-20 x ¾” long Button Head Screws
(4) ¼-20 x 1” long Button Head Screws
(10) ¼-20 Nylon Insert Lock Nuts
(4) Backing Plates
(4) Uprights
(4) Gussets
(4) Gusset Backing Plates
(1) Hex Key Wrench
1. Rack Rail Assembly
Orientate the ¼-20 nylon insert lock nut so the nylon end faces into the nut channel of the rack rail.
Slide all four nuts into the nut channel using this orientation.
Repeat for other rack rail.
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2. Upright Installation
Position the nylon insert lock nuts inserted the step above so that they are placed 2.5” apart. Make sure that the nylon portion of nut is facing
inward toward the truck bed.
Orientate the uprights so that the top surfaces face into the truck bed and slide the uprights into the channel and position so that the lower holes
line up with the nylon insert lock nuts.
Assemble the upright to the channel with the ¼-20 x ¾” button head screw, lock washer and flat washer. Repeat for three remaining uprights.
3. Upright assembly
Assemble the upright as shown below by threading the ¼-20 x ¾” button head screws so the backing plates are held in place, allowing a gap
between the uprights and backing plates.
Repeat for gussets and gusset backing plates.
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4. Upright Positioning
Position the upright so that one pair is lined up in the forward part of the truck bed and one pair is lined up in the rear portion of the truck bed.
For best results, use a tape measure for accurate alignment.
5. Rack assembly 1
6. Rack Assembly 2
Continue to slide the load bar through the upright assembly until the
load bar is at the opposite upright assembly.
Orientate the crossbar so the flat side is facing down.
Start with the crossbar closest to the cab. Lift the backing plates up
by pressing upwards on the ¾” button head screws.
Slide the crossbar so the backing plates slide into the lower channel
of the crossbar.
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7.Rack assembly 3
8. Rack assembly 4
Move the crossbars and uprights to the desired position on the truck
bed.
Using the hex key wrench, tighten the lower ¾” button head screws on
the upright.
Center the crossbar between the uprights as needed.
Unbolt the lower gusset mounting hardware and move the gusset
aside.
Lift the backing plates up by pressing upwards on the ¾” button head
screws.
Slide the crossbar so the backing plates slide into the lower channel
of the crossbar.
Using the hex key wrench, tighten the upper ¾” button head screws of
the upright to secure the crossbar.
Using the hex key wrench and 7/16” wrench and tighten lower gusset
1” button bolt head screw and nut.
9. Crossbar End cap assembly
10. Installing End Caps
Screw the ¼-20 x 9/16” narrow shoulder screw partially into the end
cap as shown.
Slide the end cap into the end of the crossbar.
Repeat for remaining end caps.
Tighten the ¼-20 x 9/16” narrow shoulder screw so that it goes through
hole located on the end of the crossbar.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN SCREW.
Repeat for other end of crossbar.
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PRO RAC GUIDELINES
Please review the instructions and warranty carefully. Assembly and installation are the purchaser’s responsibility and beyond ProRac’s control.
Therefore, ProRac exclusively limits its warranty to the repair or replacement of a defective ProRac product for up to three years from retail
purchase. Warranty excludes damage to your vehicle, cargo, or any person or property during assembly, installation, and use.
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Do not carry more than 500 pounds of combined cargo and accessories on ProRac load bars. ProRac load bars and rails do not increase
the bed rail strength. ProRac cannot warranty loads that exceed this limit.
Do not use ProRac load bars and accessories for purposes other than those for which they were designed. Do not exceed their carrying
capacity. Failure to follow these guidelines or the product instructions will void the warranty.
Make sure all knobs, bolts, screws, straps, and locks are firmly attached, tightened, and locked before every trip. All fasteners must be
periodically inspected for signs of wear, corrosion, and fatigue. Check your load at stops during long trips to ensure continued fastening
security.
Check all local and state laws governing projection of objects beyond the width and length of vehicle. Be aware of the width and height of your
cargo since low-clearance branches, bridges, and parking garages can affect the load. Never drive with any lock, knob, or rack in an open or
unlocked position. All long loads such as, but not limited to, sailboards, surfboards, kayaks, canoes, and lumber must be tied down front and
rear to the bumpers or tow hooks of the vehicle.
Remove your rack and accessories when they are not in use and before entering automatic car washes.
All locks must be turned and moved periodically to ensure smooth operation. Use graphite or similar dry lubricant. Locks are designed to deter
vandalism and theft. Remove valuable gear if your vehicle is unattended. Replacement keys are available only through your ProRac dealer.
All cargo will affect the vehicle’s driving behavior. For your safety, adapt your speed to the conditions of the road and load being carried. Obey
all posted speed limits and traffic cautions.
Due to their wind resistance, do not carry disks or wheels with covers on the ProRac bike carrier.
Consult your ProRac dealer if you have questions regarding the operation and limits of ProRac products. Review all instructions and warranty
information carefully.
FTR1000- IS
Revised 6-17-13
© 2013 ProRac Systems, Inc.
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FOLDING TONNEAU RACK
STABILIZER KIT
Package Contents
(4) Stabilizer Brackets
(4) Stake Pocket Plates
(4) Threaded Clips
(4) 5/16-18 X 2 1/4 Button Head Screws
(4) 1/4 Split Lock Washers
(4 1/4-20 x 3/4” long Button Head Screws
(4) 1/4-20 X 1” long Button Head Screws
(4 1/4 Nylon Insert Lock Nuts
(4) 1/4 Flat Washer
1. Threaded Clip Assembly
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2. Bracket, Bolt, and Plate Assembly
Assemble as shown below using the 5/16 Button Head Screw. Make certain the threaded barrel on clip is
facing downward.
3. Insert Assembly into Stake Pocket Hole
Insert the assembly in to the stake pocket hole by positioning the plate with threaded clip into the stake pocket hole.
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4. Bracket Positioning
Position the Stabilizer Bracket as shown below. Utilizing the 1/4-20 X3/4” button head screw as the horizontal
fastener. 1/4-20 X 1” button head screws are supplied as well if you choose to mount on the upright itself.
5. Tighten all Hardware
Tighten all hardware.
PRO RAC GUIDELINES
Please review the instructions and warranty carefully. Assembly and installation are the purchaser’s responsibility and beyond ProRac’s control.
Therefore, ProRac exclusively limits its warranty to the repair or replacement of a defective ProRac product for up to three years from retail
purchase. Warranty excludes damage to your vehicle, cargo, or any person or property during assembly, installation, and use.
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Do not carry more than 500 pounds of combined cargo and accessories on ProRac load bars. ProRac load bars and rails do not increase
the bed rail strength. ProRac cannot warranty loads that exceed this limit.
Do not use ProRac load bars and accessories for purposes other than those for which they were designed. Do not exceed their carrying
capacity. Failure to follow these guidelines or the product instructions will void the warranty.
Make sure all knobs, bolts, screws, straps, and locks are firmly attached, tightened, and locked before every trip. All fasteners must be
periodically inspected for signs of wear, corrosion, and fatigue. Check your load at stops during long trips to ensure continued fastening
security.
Check all local and state laws governing projection of objects beyond the width and length of vehicle. Be aware of the width and height of your
cargo since low-clearance branches, bridges, and parking garages can affect the load. Never drive with any lock, knob, or rack in an open or
unlocked position. All long loads such as, but not limited to, sailboards, surfboards, kayaks, canoes, and lumber must be tied down front and
rear to the bumpers or tow hooks of the vehicle.
Remove your rack and accessories when they are not in use and before entering automatic car washes.
All locks must be turned and moved periodically to ensure smooth operation. Use graphite or similar dry lubricant. Locks are designed to deter
vandalism and theft. Remove valuable gear if your vehicle is unattended. Replacement keys are available only through your ProRac dealer.
All cargo will affect the vehicle’s driving behavior. For your safety, adapt your speed to the conditions of the road and load being carried. Obey
all posted speed limits and traffic cautions.
Due to their wind resistance, do not carry disks or wheels with covers on the ProRac bike carrier.
Consult your ProRac dealer if you have questions regarding the operation and limits of ProRac products. Review all instructions and warranty
information carefully.
FTR040- IS
Revised 7-1-15
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Minneapolis, MN 55430-1708
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