New EXR Click-In System Simplifies Roof Rack Attachment and Removal
The new Exposed Racks (EXR) Click-In rack attachment system is designed to allow owners to add and remove roof rack accessories with just the push of a button.
SMS Auto Parts Co., manufacturer of the Exposed Racks brand, says that while most roof rack accessories have thumbscrew fasteners that can require a minute or more each to install or remove, the EXR Click-In connectors allow mounts and accessories to be installed or removed in seconds.
SMS Auto Parts says the EXR Click-In system works with all EXR multifunction crossbars, including EXR tent racks. The Click-In connectors allow for fast and easy removal of EXR rack accessories including EXR multipurpose racks as well as 13 different EXR universal mounting brackets.
With the EXR Click-In system, EXR multifunction crossbars can quickly switch between carrying paddle / surf boards, bikes, roof top awnings, skis, snowboards, canoes, fishing rods, paddles, kayaks, lumber, storage bins, roof top tents, and more.
George Schafer, founder of Exposed Racks says the company’s motto is “Carry Anything” and the Click-In attachment systems lets people do that.
“People want to be able to get the most out of their rack investment, and the speed of Click-In connectors make it easy to switch accessories to enable whatever activity they have in mind. With the launch of our new Click-In connectors and universal mounting brackets, just about every need can be accommodated. Whether its recreation, home remodeling, or carrying professional gear, the EXR Click-In system, and EXR multifunction crossbars deliver unmatched versatility and fast operation.”
EXR Click-In pins, mounting hardware, and crossbars are made from heavy duty carbon steel, acid washed, electroplated and powder-coated for maximum durability. The company says EXR crossbars are among the strongest on the market – so strong that their total weight capacity is limited not by their strength, but rather by the vehicle’s capabilities, suspension, and OEM-specified maximum limits. The EXR Click-In system is patent pending. For more information, visit www.smsparts.com.