Parts & Accessories
- Rigid 6061-aluminum body with 9mm skewer
1.25" to 2" Adapter for our Sherpa 2.0, NV 2.0, NV Base 2.0, Sherpa, Alpha, and Beta racks. - Not for use on our original NV rack.
Want to load up a big tire bike on your Kuat NV? You'll need the Strap Extender. It adds some length to the rear tire ratchet strap to keep big tires held down tight.
- Great for storage or transportation - Alloy construction - Can be mounted vertically or horizontally
Saris' Hatch Huggers fasten Saris racks (sold separately) to certain vehicles. They replace the regular straps for vehicles with glass hinge lines and vehicles with narrow gaps around the trunk.
Kuat's lock comes with a burlap bag, dust cap, two keys, and a Küat keychain bottle opener. 3/8" pin is for their 1.25" racks and the 1/2" pin is for their 2" racks.
Don’t let some jerk steal your bike! Since SeaSucker bike racks aren’t bolted on to rooftop bars, we came up with a way to keep your bike safe. A Cable Anchor is just what it sounds like – an anchor point to securely connect a cable loop to your car. The Cable Anchor – Window, slides over the glass and rolls up into the window frame. Each is made of polished stainless steel and has a wide 1.375-inch hole to thread a cable lock through. The Cable Anchor - Window, is not recommended for tinted windows.
$29.99 - $34.99
The HUSKE (HUb Standards Keep Evolving) is a universal fork mount that handles the most common fork mount standards of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. These interchangeable plugs fit into an anodized aluminum extrusion (sold separately). Suitable for all SeaSucker fork-mount racks: Talon, Mini Bomber, Bomber, and Falcon.
So the international bike builder didn’t consider your bike rack design when creating his new full suspension frame? No worries. Kuat’s Ubar can adapt almost any frame to fit our Alpha or Beta rack. Features - Adapts oddly shaped frames for use with hanging style racks - Spring loaded for a solid fit - Coated hooks (prevent wear on your bike) - Installs in seconds - Fits most bikes
Keep the hooligans honest with this all-in-one security solution. It is the perfect upgrade the minimalist NV Core. The NV Core Lock Kit comes with a cable lock to secure your bikes and a threaded hitch lock to tighten and secure your NV Core to your receiver.
$39.00 - $59.00
Transfer cable lock kit including one locking cable per tray and a matching lock for the hitch pin.
For those cases where fitment just isn't right. The Hi-Lo is a 2" hitch Extension & Rise/Drop built with Kuat style. It provides 7" or 10" of extension and 2.125" of rise/drop. The Hi-Lo comes with a threaded hitch pin to ensure a tight fit in your receiver. Approved for use with the Kuat NV 2.0, Base 2.0, Sherpa 2.0 and Transfer family.
Thule's Frame Adapter is an ingenious solution for carrying bicycles without standard top tubes (for example, some dual-suspension, BMX and step-through frames), on rear-mounted car racks. The Frame Adapter attaches quickly and easily and lets the rack carry your bike securely.
Thule's Snug-Tite Receiver Lock secures their T2, Doubletrack, Roadway, and Parkway receiver-type racks (also called "hitch racks"). Just insert the Snug-Tite in place of your receiver pin and the rack is locked in place.
$59.95 - $74.95
Thule's Thru-Axle Adapter allows you to carry bikes with through-axle front forks on Thule and most other fork-mounted bike carriers.
When your solo ride turns into a weekend expedition with friends, the NV Base 2.0 Add-On lets you increase the NV Base 2.0 carrying capacity from two to four bikes in less time than it takes your friends to decide who gets to sit up front. - Adjustable front tire cradle system - Fully integrated cable locks - Trail Doc compatible - Front tire ratchet design with an intuitive release - Rear tire strap features a co-molded strap to protect wheels - Premium matte powder coat - Compatible with 2-inch NV Base 2.0 - Increases 2-inch NV 2.0 carrying capacity to 4 bicycles weighing up to 40 pounds each - Holds wheelbases up to 48-inch and tires as large as 4.8-inch - Quick change from 2 to 4 bikes
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