Reviewed By Michael A (PASO ROBLES, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Hyundai Tucson —5/26/2015 7:56 PM
Very happy and impressed. Easy to install. Bought some cross bars that made to much wind noise. Took care of the problem. Looks great too.
Reviewed By Andrew H (MILLSBORO, DE) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Legacy —5/22/2015 5:09 AM
Installing the Boardlocker was easy. I also had to buy the Inno base system, which was not so easy to install. I'm not too gifted with installations, but I am very satisfied with the product. It's so easy to use. I would recommend this rack to anyone who surfs regularly.
Reviewed By Brian T (FORESTPORT, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Matrix —5/17/2015 3:14 AM
Autoanything had the best price by far that I could find in my search. The Inno Aero Basr Rack System is a nice rack. The fit and design are very good with little wind noise. The instructions were somewhat confusing when it came to using their measurements for determining the placement of the stays. Customer help from Inno is only by email. No service number. Otherwise, compared to the other racks on the market, the Inno seems to be a good bang for your buck.
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Whether you’re hauling luggage, bicycles or your kitchen sink, you need a secure base rack system to make sure your cargo gets where you’re going safely. Base rack systems provide the steady foundation for cargo carriers, roof rack systems and more. And, even if the top of your vehicle is bare, we have a base rack system that’ll work for you.
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