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Get all the room you need inside your car by putting your bikes, cargo or kayak on your rooftop. Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack and Rola roof racks are built to the highest quality specifications to accommodate all your cargo needs.
Thule, Yakima and Rhino Rack offer roof bike racks in the traditional fork mount style or in the easy to load, wheel mount style.
Cargo baskets from Rola, Rhino Rack, Yakima and Thule offer a great looking way to get your cargo out of your vehicle and safely carry it on your trip. Roof cargo bags and roof boxes can also be used if you would like some waterproof or water resistant protection for your cargo.
If you need to carry bulky skis, snowboards, kayak or a canoe, putting it on the roof is a great option to unclutter your vehicle and keep the gear safe. We offer Yakima and Thule ski racks and watersport carriers that are sturdy and safe for all your cargo needs.
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We offer custom fit roof racks from Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack, Rola, Inno and Whispbar that will be a perfect fit for your vehicle. Just enter your year make and model above. We also offer a full line of roof rack accessories, including roof bike racks, roof cargo baskets, roof cargo boxes, kayak and canoe carriers, roof bags, ski racks and snowboard racks. If you need to do some roof rack repairs, we also carry replacement parts for all the roof and cargo racks.
Roof Rack Manufacturers
Inno Roof Rack Review - 2016 Nissan Versa
Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2016 Nissan Versa
Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2011 Acura MDX
Today on our 2011 Acura MDX we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack RS2500 series roof rack system. These are vortex aero cross bars. The part number for this is RRRS475B. Now this is the whole kit that fits our Acura here. It comes with our cross bars and our foot pack attached to each other and then our fit kit. We already have our front one installed, we're going to show you how to install our back one here.
Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2016 Ford Fusion
Today on our 2016 Ford Fusion we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Vortex Aero Cross Bars. Part number for our kit here is RRRS547B. This kit comes with everything that you see that will help you to install this on your vehicle. The only thing that you will need to provide is a flat tape measure or a regular tape measure like the one we have here. Everything else, again is included. We started out, we already got our front cross bar in place. We're going to show you how to put the last foot together.
Thule Roof Rack Review - 2013 Kia Sorento
Today on our 2013 Kia Sorento we're doing a test fit of the Thule Aeroblade Crossbars. The part number for the crossbars we're using today is THARB53 and for our foot pack we're using TH450R. Now we already have that front bar in place. We're going to show you how to put our back bar together. We've got one of the U foot packs on our bar. We'll just show you this last one here.
Yakima Roof Rack Review - 2012 Ford Focus
Today on our 2012 Ford Focus we're going to be taking a look at the Yakima Roof Rack System, consisting in part numbers Y00426, and those are going to be the Yakima JetStream crossbars, part number Y00146, and those are going to be the BaseLine towers for the crossbars, and part numbers Y06135 and Y06105. Those are going to be the BaseClip Fit Kits for those towers. Now, we already have the front one installed. You can see it has a nice, aerodynamic shape which is going to cut down wind noise and drag. With the two bars together they have a combined carrying capacity of 165 pounds, although you want to double check with your manufacturer's manual to make sure that your vehicle can withstand that kind of weight. Let's go ahead and show you how the rear one installs. We already have it partially assembled on our table here, and we'll finish it up.
Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2010 Infiniti G37
Today on our 2010 Infiniti G37, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars. The part number for the cross bars we're using today is RRVA118B-2. For our foot pack we're using RRRLKVA. For our fit kit we're using DK211. Now we already have our front bar in place. We've got this portion of our back bar together. We're going to show you how to put the last foot pack altogether.
Inno Roof Rack Review - 2016 Jeep Cherokee
Today on our 2016 Jeep Cherokee we're going to be taking a look at the Inno Aero Crossbar Roof Rack System, comprised of part numbers INXB100 and INXB108, those are going to be the crossbars, and then the Inno Flush Feet, part number INXS100. Now, this is designed for factory raised side rails as you can see, and we have the front one already installed. It has a nice aerodynamic shape, which is going to cut down wind noise and drag. With the 2 bars together, you have a weight capacity of 165 pounds, although you want to double check with your manufacturer's manual to make sure your vehicle can take those weights. Also at the end here we have these lockable end caps, and that's going to ensure security and deter theft and tampering with your rack once you have it installed. Let's go ahead and show you how the rear bar installs, and we already have it partially assembled on our table here. It's very easy, very simple. We have our foot here.
RockyMounts Roof Rack Review - 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek
Today on our 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek, we're going to be test fitting the RockyMounts Roof Rack system, consisting of part numbers RKY3056, which is for the RockyMounts Ouray cross bars, and part number RKY3002, and those are the flagstaff towers for the cross bars. We already have the front one installed, and you can see it has a nice aerodynamic shape to it, which is going to help cut down wind noise and drag. With the two cross bars together, they have a combined carrying capacity of 165 pounds, although you want to double check with your operator's manual to make sure that your vehicle can withstand that kind of weight on its roof. How they attach, they have these rubber straps here that run underneath your factory side rails, and snug down. We also have this portion here, which you can knock out, and that will lock for additional security to prevent theft and tampering. Let's go ahead and show you how the rear one installs. We already have it partially assembled on our table here.
Roof Rack Information
Roof-Mounted Watersport Carriers
Roof-Mounted Ski and Snowboard Carriers
Thule AeroBlade Sizing Dimensions
Whispbar QuickDock Compatibility with Non-Whispbar Roof Racks
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