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- Patented design moves wind up and over rack, reducing noise
- Available in 32", 38", 44" or 50" length option
- Fits windshield angles and curvatures
- Compatible with round-bar Yakima roof racks
- Positions safely anywhere on your roof
- Quick installation on round bars
- Backed by Yakima’s Lifetime Warranty
The Yakima Fairing dampers annoying travel noise. You might whistle while you work, but your roof rack shouldn't. That's why Yakima created this functional fairing finished in cool matte black paint.
The Yakima Fairing works to move wind up and over your roof rack, reducing sound. Its sleek construction contours to windshield angles and curvatures for a snug fit. And, you can position the Yakima Fairing without worrying about sliding or shifting. Its patented design sits safely anywhere on your roof.
The Yakima Fairing's aerodynamic posture means you won't be bothered by unwelcome whistling. What's more, you won't waste time on difficult installation. This fairing mounts quickly on round bars. Choose from the 32", 38", 44" or 50" length option to accommodate your vehicle's roof width. Lifetime Warranty.
Yakima Fairings Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by William G (Slidell, LA) Reviewed for a 2015 Mazda CX-5 — Sep 04, 2015 6:03 AM
Works great to minimize wind noise. There was loud whistling from the wind before I added it.
Reviewed by Charles H (ALBURTIS, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Element — Apr 27, 2015 4:11 PM
The Yakima Wind Fairing does an excellent job - not only of reducing the noise but practically eliminating it. The way it mounts allows me to make quick adjustments when necessary (as in strapping on a canoe) - Ideal product that does what it says it will do.
Reviewed by mike d (north bay village, FL) — Apr 24, 2015 7:03 PM
I did my homework on this and selected the Yakima round bars along with this fairing for my Land Rover LR3. Without the fairing, the bars howl above 70 mph. With it, the sound disappears. I don't know what the aeroblade-types sound like, but I'd venture to guess that the round bars with fairing are a better option, since the fairing would appear to direct wind not only over the bars, but also over any (moderately high) cargo on top. The wing-shaped bars look cool, but have no fairing option.
Reviewed by Eusebio R (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Lexus GS 300 — Jan 23, 2015 8:10 PM
I'm so glad to met autoanything on line. Very responsible fast shipping. . They're the best,customers are their preority.
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