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RE: Who's got experience with roof rails/racks/cargo baskets for SUVs??? (help)
While I haven't had to put roof racks on a car without rails, I have a fair amount of experience with various bike carrying devices. I like Thule and Yakima devices, and I have buddies who are big fans of kuat. The stuff you're looking for is sold as separate components because a lot of the gear is interchangeable. I assume you'll need to buy a roof rack (includes cross bars) and also a basket.

I highly recommend you visit etrailer.com. These guys will have EVERYTHING you need to know, including compatibility, reviews, instructions, and installation videos. I've purchased from them a couple of times. Prices are competitive and they've got merchandise a lot of other vendors don't carry, but most of all they have ready access to information in one spot. Take a look at this, and drill down for details on roof racks.
(This post was last modified: 02-09-2018 01:44 PM by Brookes Owl.)
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RE: Who's got experience with roof rails/racks/cargo baskets for SUVs??? (help) - Brookes Owl - 02-09-2018 01:43 PM

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