Reviewed By Edward E (Raleigh, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Tahoe —2/28/2015 6:58 AM
Overall a good product, very functional and affordable. Fit my factory racks fine.
Reviewed By Timothy R (BREMERTON, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Elantra —2/17/2015 12:20 PM
This rack is exactly what I needed. I'm only rating it 4 stars because the noise amplification is a bit much for me. The base rack is noisy, but once you add this rack and skis, the noise is much louder. If noise doesn't bother you, then you have nothing to fear. The size is perfect, and the capacity is generous. I'm happy with my purchase and would definitely recommend.
Reviewed By Erika H (ASHEVILLE, NC) —2/12/2015 7:52 AM
It was fairly easy to install on my factory racks. Once it is tightened though it is quite difficult to "untighten" so taking it off after the season will be a bit challenging. They work great and easily fit 4 snowboards. My big beef with it is that they sit so high. Definitely not low profile. But I guess I didn't buy them for the looks. They are good quality at a great price. We travel to the slopes 2 x's a week and it's a much better ride with all the gear out of the car.
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