Today on our 2015 Subaru Forester, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Whispbar Locking Rooftop Ski and Snowboard Carrier. This has a six ski or a four board capacity. The part number on it is WB-300. We've got a Yakima RailGrab Roof-Rack system that we've already installed on the Forester. As you can see, we've got the rear half of our carrier installed as well. To begin our test fit here, we're going to place the Ski and Snowboard Carrier onto to the rooftop of our vehicle. We'll open the upper jaw.
Today on our 2015 Subaru Forester, were going to be test fitting the Thule Flat Top Ski and Snowboard Carrier. Its going to have a 6 ski or 4 board capacity, part number TH92725. With the Thule rapid crossroad roof rack system on our vehicle and the rear part of our carrier already installed, were going to go and place this onto our front load bar. Now in doing this, you want to make sure that we give both halves of our carrier to line up with one another. Once we have that in the correct location, we can bring the rubber coated steel strap around to our load bar, fit in the back into the foot, and then we can use the wing knob here at the front to tighten that strap around to our load bar. Once we have this side nice and secure, we can go and go to the other side and repeat that same process. With it nice and tight on our roof rack, well go ahead and open up our jaws.
Today on our 2009 Subaru Forester will be test fitting the Thule flat top ski and snowboard carrier with a six gear floorboard capacity, part number TH-92725. With the Thule rapid podium roof racksystem on our vehicle, we'll begin our tested by placing half of our carrier onto our front load bar. We'll bring our rubber coatedstrap around our bar, fitting it back into the foot of the carrier and then using the small hand knob to secure it around our bar. We'll then move to the other side and repeat this process. We'll grab the other half of our carrier and place it onto the rear bar. We'll want to make sure that both halves of our carrier are lined up nicely with each other for better hauling of our gear.