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Sturdy and arrived quickly. However, it is not quite universal. Needs a lip along the roof edge to grip onto and my van did not have the needed lip.
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From Pagosa Springs, CO
These racks are fairly straight forward, easy to install and really do the job of hauling ladders and other long items conveniently. Durability seems good and the finish (sort of a hammered steel look with black in the pits) is neutral enough to look good on almost any vehicle and should stay looking that way in time. Installation tip: It is my feeling that the single bolt that has to be drilled through the telescoping bars was inadequate to keep them from rattling. The fit is a bit loose, so I recommend the following: Mount the larger receiving side, then mock up the inserting side and mark the bolt hole with a marker. Remove it again and take some clear polyurethane tape and wrap it 8 times (or if using another kind of tape, experiment until it slides easily though almost snugly) around both the marked bolt hole location and then the very end of the crossbar. Slide them together (It may take some wiggling to get past the burr on the inside of the hole), then mount the support strut. Drill the 5/16"X2" bolt through as per the instructions, then measure from the strut to the bolt hole. Measure from the opposing strut the same distance, drill through there too and add a second 5/16"X2" bolt and nylock nut, easily found at any hardware store. For just a couple bucks more, this made for a very rigid and rattle free installation. Since my van is so long (1976 Dodge Maxivan) I doubled up the order for four crossbars total. With the discount code and free shipping, I have a sturdy rack capable of even moderate loads of lumber for under a Benjamin. Very happy camper.
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By Big D
From Harford MD
I am a remodeling professional and I just installed these racks on my toyota land cruiser and they work great. I added some granulated grip tape to the front to aid in traction. I also applied silicone to the telescoping joint to cut down on wind noise. other than those basic and cheap modifications I love these racks. can't beat the price. payload is a little weak, but adequate for what I do; anything over 300 lbs I have delivered anyway.
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