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Inno Roof Rack Review - 2015 Chrysler 300

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Review of the Inno Roof Rack on a 2015 Chrysler 300

Today on our 2015 Chrysler 300, we're doing a test fit of the NL Aero Crossbars. The part numbers for the crossbars we're using is INXB108 on our front bar, and our back bar is INXB115. For our flush fit pack here, we're using INXS200, and for our fit kit for the Chrysler we're using INK433. I've already got my back bar here, my front one's on, got one side installed. We're going to show you how to put this flush fit pack together, and then how we install the back bar. We'll start by taking our rubber pad, and we're going to have the lip here closer to the inside of the foot pack.

That just fits on there, and then we're going to undo our bolts, place our clamp here, and tighten our bolt down just a few turns, just so that clamp doesn't fall out. Now we can take our bracket, it is included with our foot pack, we'll slide our crossbar all the way out and we can fit this bracket in here, and then slide that all the way back in. Then we'll take our foot pack, and we want to line up these two spots here with our two spaces on our bracket. The back one's going to fit in, and then when it does you can just pull the foot pack out until it settles into place, and we'll use our tool and tighten that down. What that's going to do is prevent that foot pack from moving back and forth along the inside here of the crossbar, and it's just going to keep those secure. Now we can move our table out of the way and get our doors open, and then we'll take our crossbar.

There is one side of the crossbar here that's skinnier than the other side, since they are Aero bars. You just want to make sure that the skinnier side is facing the back, and what that's going to do is just make it more aerodynamic and reduce a lot of the wind noise that you might have if it was faced the other way. Now I'm just checking that they're sitting in about the same place, and then we will do our crossbar measurement. Whenever we measure our placement for our crossbar, we measure from the inside door jamb here to the middle of the clamp on the foot pack, and for this particular one we want 39.5cm there, and we'll do the same on this side. With those in place, we'll take our included torque tool and we're going to start tightening this down. I'm going to tighten down the bolt just so that the clamp sits right up against our door jamb there.

Just like that. I'll do the same to the other side. Anything that we do to one side, we want to do the same to the other whenever we're tightening down, so our crossbar doesn't pull to one side or the other. That can cause the crossbar to sit lopsided and then any time you're going to try and put any roof-mounted accessories on there, it's going to mess those up as well. I'm going to do about five to ten turns on either side, and we'll go to the other side and do the same thing. One thing you'll notice about these Aero bars compared to other kind of Aero bars you may have, is that our weather strip here is inside that crossbar.

It's deeper down in there, which makes it a lot easier for your roof mounted accessories. You can easily just slide those into the weather stripping there, you don't have to worry about taking that out and putting it back in. With that always in place, it's going to reduce a lot of the wind noise as well. If you heard that pop, that's going to be when you know there's enough torque on your clamp. You don't want to over tighten it. It's a great thing about this tool, is that that's included there. With both sides secure we can close up our doors, take our locking end caps, which again, if you have those t-track mounted accessories, that's going to protect those because nobody's going to be able to pull those accessories off with those locked end caps on. We'll place these, lock them up, and we're ready to hit the road. That's going to complete our look at our NL Aero Crossbars, and how they fit on our 2015 Chrysler 300.

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