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Custom Fit Kit for Inno XS200, XS250, and INSUT Roof Rack Feet

Custom Fit Kit for Inno XS200, XS250, and INSUT Roof Rack Feet

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These custom-fit clamps and pads let you mount 4 Inno XS200, XS250, or INSUT feet to your vehicle's naked roof to help create an aftermarket roof rack system. Clamps mount to feet with bolts. Kit includes 4 clamps and 4 pads. Great Prices for the best roof rack from Inno. Custom Fit Kit for Inno XS200, XS250, and INSUT Roof Rack Feet part number INK684 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Inno Roof Rack - INK684

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These custom-fit clamps and pads let you mount 4 Inno XS200, XS250, or INSUT feet to your vehicle's naked roof to help create an aftermarket roof rack system. Clamps mount to feet with bolts. Kit includes 4 clamps and 4 pads.


  • Custom-fit clamps and pads let you install Inno roof rack feet on your vehicle with a naked roof
    • Works with XS200, XS250, or INSUT feet
    • Pairs with 4 feet and 2 crossbars (sold separately) to create a complete roof rack
  • Clamps are designed specifically to fit the curves of your doorjambs
    • Mount to roof rack feet with bolts
  • Molded pads are custom designed to fit the contours of your roof
    • Protect your roof surface from scratches and abrasions
    • Press onto the bottoms of your roof rack feet


  • Quantity: 4 clamps and pads
  • Limited lifetime warranty

K684 Inno Fit Kit Hooks for Flush, Through, and INSUT Stays

Installation Details INK684 Installation instructions

Video of Custom Fit Kit for Inno XS200, XS250, and INSUT Roof Rack Feet

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Inno Roof Rack Review - 2019 Honda Civic

Hey everyone, it's Evangeline here at etrailer and today we're taking a look and I'm gonna show you how to install the Inno roof rack system with the Through feet and the 51 inch long crossbar and the custom fit kit for your 2019 Honda Civic. So this is the Honda Civic Sedan and it's a cool looking car, but what if you wanna use it for other things besides looking cool Maybe you wanna carry around other accessories like your roof box or your kayaks or your roof basket. What you then need is a roof rack system. So with this having a naked roof, you are gonna have to get the custom fit kit that fits around your doors as well as the towers and the crossbars that are the right length. So we'll talk about that and how well it fits your car and what other options you might have. So first there's a crossbar length and this is a 51 inch long crossbar, which I like because there's a good amount of overhang here.

I get to maximize the length of having a crossbar measuring from the front to the end. By the end cap we have two and three quarter inches of overhang. Now the downside to overhang on the sedan is if it sticks out past your door you could also possibly hit your head against that crossbar. So if you want a shorter crossbar, that's an option for you or you can check out the flush feet options as well that Inno has. Next is gonna be clearances.

So that's two measurements. First is a distance from the top of the roof to the bottom of the crossbar. Here we have it at three and a half inches of clearance. So if you have accessories that have really large clamps that go around or you're gonna have to work with U-bolts and wingnuts you want a good amount of clearance. Three and a half is actually pretty good.

Next is the height added to the top of the roof. So here top of the roof to the top of the crossbar a bit about little past four and the half inches. And what that means is this is where your cargo is gonna sit if you're carrying around skis and snowboards especially those with extra large bindings you wanna make sure you have enough clearance and if you don't, you get to check out our accessories that give you that extra clearance. So this is actually the system that I have on my own car because I think it looks really, really good. This is the Through feet design, which means you have the end caps on the end, so you have that nice sleek look.

You can also see how it's an aerodynamic bar. So you have it where it's wider on top and it tapered towards the end and that way when you're driving down the road you have less wind drag and less wind noise compared to your traditional round or square crossbars. And if you take the end cap off, you actually have access to the T track channels. So if you once use your T track mount accessories, you just push down and then you slide the accessory through that way if you want your, let's say bike rack further towards the end, you can just secure it up top and pop that end cap right back on to cover it. I also like this because everything is included, including the metal lock course. Some other brands, they have plastic lock course and you have to purchase separately other lock cores that they're all key to like things like that. Here you have four key to like lock course and two keys. So that way if you want to secure your roof rack system you can just lock that up and you can now unlock it and that way you have access to the hooks to tighten it down. So is made of aluminum and not only does it look sleek, but it's also very sturdy. So compared to entry level roof reference where if you put all the weight in the middle it starts bowing a little bit. This is strong all throughout. Now with this being a naked roof though you do have a no given weight capacity up hundred and 20 pounds maximum. So while the bars themselves can carry up to 165 just because of how it sits on your roof you may have less than that. So double check your actual roof weight capacity, add up the weight of your cargo, the weight of your accessory, the weight of your roof rack, and that will help you stay within your capacity. Because you have to install this at certain points on your roof you have a fixed crossbar spread so center one crossbar two to the other it's gonna be 25 inch crossbar spread. Now that install process, let me show you how to do that. So the install process can look a little tricky but that's what this video is for. I'm gonna guide you through the process and everything you need is gonna be included with your kit. Now I already installed the rear crossbars. We're gonna install the front crossbar together. So first you're gonna insert this plate into your crossbar. So push out that tray until you can pop this through, make sure it's facing the right way, see how that open end is facing out. And then you're gonna push this inside, press that button in until it's visible. Then get your tower and see how there's a bolt as well as those little tabs you're gonna fit that onto the plate and no need to tighten down anything just yet. Just make sure it's seated there, so that you can push it through the crossbar. Now do the same thing on the other side. Now included with your fit kit is going to be the measurements for your vehicle. So for example, we have the four doors, Sedan Honda Civic here. So for the front crossbar the towers need to be 41 and a half inches apart. So you're gonna take your measurements, you can use the center line to measure for the towers, just make sure that you're going to the right spot on the tower for those measurements. Once you've gotten your towers to the distance apart just use the included tool to tighten down the tower. Then get the pad that matches your crossbar. So we're gonna do the front crossbar. So the pad number is gonna be 425 and we're gonna pop it onto that tower, making sure it's facing where the taller portion is towards the inside. Allowing you have a specific mounting position. So for your front cross bar it's gonna be 11 and three quarter inches from from the door seem. Go right there and you have an included sticker. If you wanna put this there as a marker now you're ready to very gently set your crossbar onto your roof. If you have those rubber pads on them, that's good because then you won't be scratching up your roof. So once you have it at the right measurement on both sides, you're then gonna put that hook on. Now the hook has different numbers too so make sure you get the right one for the right crossbar. Just set the hook on the tower, grab your bolt and feed it through so it threads to the back part and just tighten that down by hand first. So I say hand tighten because you want to evenly tighten down the towers, meaning you would partly tighten down this side, then you go to the other side and then tighten that down, then come back here, back and forth. That way you don't skew the entire system to one side or the other. So once you've tightened down both towers properly, then everything should be good. Everything should be secure. You'll even be confident enough to slam your door on that hook. Now let's just put those end caps on. So there's the end caps for the crossbars. Those just pop on there. And then there's the end caps for the towers. And then don't forget to lock them down. Just to double check that all forward towers are locked down and that everything's nice and secure. And that's it for the install, you're ready to pack this up and go. So my personal thoughts about the Inno roof rack system is you can see why I use it for my own car mainly because of that overhang is not too much where to bother getting into the car, but it also looks super slick. The silver accents match the silver accents on our Honda Civic here and I think that works out great. But not only does it look good, but it works great too. That 120 pound weight capacity could be a little struggle if you have your heavier items. So definitely keep that in mind. If you want less overhang, check out the shorter bar version or the flush feet version. And if you have Thule or Yakima or Rhino Rack accessories, there's also crossbars that match those accessories if you want them all key to like. I personally still think it's a great choice to go with your Inno roof rack system though. This is the 51 inch long crossbar with the Through feet with the custom fit kit for your 2019 Honda Civic. My name is Evangeline, and I hope you enjoyed the journey..

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Custom Fit Kit for Inno XS200, XS250, and INSUT Roof Rack Feet - INK684

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (568 Customer Reviews)

These custom-fit clamps and pads let you mount 4 Inno XS200, XS250, or INSUT feet to your vehicle's naked roof to help create an aftermarket roof rack system. Clamps mount to feet with bolts. Kit includes 4 clamps and 4 pads.


Shipping and packaging was very good and delivered on time!
Love the roof rack stays


thanks to Adam for help and competent approach. Adam listened impeccably and in the shortest possible time helped to deliver the goods I needed

Honda Civic

These work beautifully on my Honda Civic sedan! I am a loyal e-trailer customer. I purchased two bike racks from e-trailer previously, they are always SUPER HELPFUL in getting me what I need the FIRST TIME. Thanks Justin!

2018 Honda Civic

Easy to install and looks great on my 2018 Honda civic LX


Work well and great service!






by: 08/25/2023
2021 Honda Civic





I am writing this review in the context of an owner of an old Yakima roof rack system from many vehicles before the 2021 Hyundai Tucson on which I just mounted four INNO separate sets of components to carry two bikes on top of the Tucson. Note that you need at least three sets of components to have a "base rack" system, including the hooks, in this case the INNO INK680, the INNO INSUT Feet and the INNO INB137 set of crossbars. The feet are rubber coated metal so that they will not mar the paint where they clamp to the edge of the roof just above the doors. The rubber pads are also substantial to provide a slip-proof and paint protecting bottom for the INSUT feet. Read through all the directions for all the components before beginning installation, perhaps even "rehearsing" all the steps before actual installation with tightening everything. The instructions could be clearer, but with practice walking through all the steps they make sense. Once installed, I could grab any part of the completed system and pull upwards, sideways, forwards, and backwards without any play or slack in any of the components. In fact, it was easy to rock the whole car side to side without budging the INNO components at all. Compared to the old Yakima system, the INNO is just as sturdy and substantial if not more so. Just to replace the Yakima "feet" to use my old round Yakima crossbars would have cost more than the total of the three INNO components needed to get the base system. Even better, the INNO system came with included locks to lock the system to the vehicle. Many years ago, the Yakima four lock cylinders were $[XX] extra - probably much more now. So, I think the INNO is at least as sturdy and capable for much less money.


etrailer was great to order from! Going to the website makes it easy to see what roof rack will fit your vehicle. Ordering process was a breeze and the fulfillment updates were great. Ordered on the 13th and received it on the 16th so the FREE shipping was super fast. New installs of anything can always be challenging but once I read the the instructions it all went pretty smooth. Installing this Inno Roof Rack onto our 2021 Tacoma TRD Sport was pretty simple and took less than an hours from start to finish. Now we are ready to load up out Thule cargo carrier when we hit the road.


I've been a happy etrailer customer for years. Sales staff helped me pick out the right roof rack setup for my new 2023 Escape that worked with my low-profile rails. 3 separate boxes of pieces but they all came together perfectly. Very happy with my purchase and etrailer customer support! Rack is solid, low wind noise and will work with the accessories I need, kayak carrier and cargo basket.


Feels premium and was pretty straight forward to install. I think it looks really good on the 2019 Honda Accord Sport. I plan to pair it with the Inno Wedge 660 cargo box. So far, it seems really well made and has a rubberized texture throughout. I installed it by myself in about 30 minutes without the instructions. It also shipped in only 2 days.


Works great wouldnt have bought anything else and protects paint from getn scratched since i dont roof rails


I purchased the Inno Rack system and Rhino Rack 581 saddles for my 2007 Mercury Montego. The instructions were easy to follow, and the rack is rock solid. It makes loading and unloading my kayak a breeze. I previously used roof pads and that was ridiculous compared to what this rack does for me now. I am amazed with how quiet with and without the kayak attached is - I don’t hear anything except the very slightest amount of wind with the windows open on the highway. I always have put a one turn twist in the bow and stern straps, but for the rest they’re all straight. I added an extra strap on the rear crossbar that goes behind the rear combing of my cockpit for extra security- but that’s just me. I’ve included a photo to show my setup. Thank you so much Mark S, Becky B, Carol C, and George J. etrailer rocks.


We bought this along with the INTR - Inno Feet for Square Crossbars. We used this to mount Thule crossbars and a Thule Adventurer cargo box on a 2001 Subaru Forester. Everything fit perfectly. The Inno mounts were completely compatible with the Thule crossbars. The fast and accurate shipping helped avert a crisis before a cross country trip.


etrailer gave me fast shipping and a great price. Inno quality is great. I’ve had this on for several months and use it to transport bikes. I use the cheap bike racks on [online] but they work.


I have a 2022 Lexus GX460 Premium. Fairly simple installation and a almost seem less transition from the fit kit to the cross bar system. Can be done by one person, but I would suggest a two-person system to expedite the process.


Great system. Got it installed the night before a road trip, and once you get the hang of if, assembly is easy and intuitive. This system is rock solid and well done.

Things I wish I knew that would have helped in my decision:

1) After you install the footbeds, the rails and tower easily remove as one unit in the future, and they include little covers to put over the feet. No more long debates about wind noise. If you find them modify or don’t like the look, take it off in five minutes. Even the Allen wrench is stored neatly in the rack.
2) I had been a long time Yakima user, so that’s where I started with my GX rack. Having searched far and wide for landing pads, I was all set. Step one of the Yakima system: remove factory rails. Having just spent good money on this truck, I’m not taking off factory rails and adding silicone around the holes to create new mounting points. Innos fits nicely to the factory rails.


2016 GOLF R MK7

Love it! Never installed
one of these before. 30mins to put together. Another 30-45mins to install on the car. Once you get the concept for once of the bars, the second one goes by quick. It’s just understanding how it works/how it’s suppose to be installed at first.

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