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INNO Base Rack System Part #INSUT/IN-B147/K300 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Daniel L (Conroe, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Scion xB — Aug 05, 2011 3:51 PM
O.K. this was my first rack install and I knew before I started it was going to take some time. After two hours on the first day, I gave up to re-read the directions again! Which is a little confusing because the bars and the stays have their own directions and you have to blend them together. Second day, two more hours! IT SAYS to tighten until the tabs drops down but they won't and the bars are starting to bend now. O.K. 12th try, I know it has to be tight enough maybe I should just tap the tabs down, down they go and I'm done. After I removed the rack and re-installed two weeks later it took me only 30 minutes and it fits great and is very secure and now I'm happy with it.
Reviewed by Ed Z (Port Orange, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Scion xB — Jul 21, 2011 6:39 AM
After searching for a new rack to fit onto my Scion, I stumbled onto the INNO rack at Autoanything. Having previous experience with Thule on several cars, this is a pretty good copy. Same size bars as the Thule so your existing accessories should fit. The feet have a nicer adjustment for side to size spacing that makes adjustment easier than the Thule system. Mounting is simple but I feel the spacing they recommend is too close for surfboards which is why I bought it. Overall easy to mount and fit onto the car and they have a tension indicating tab which is very helpful when adjusting the hooks. I love the built in locks, which are a $60 dollar upgrade from every other supplier. On the road at highway speeds these racks are very noisy, too noisy. If I had the energy to return them and pay the restocking fees, I would try a more aerodynamic shape. My previous racks were nearly silent compared to these, to the point where I put these on and off my car as needed, previous racks would stay on the car 24/7 with the accessories. Shipping from Autoanything was free, but they couldn't tell you when they would ship, ONLY when they DID ship. So if you need them for a specific road trip, you might want to pay for shipping or do whatever else you need for a confirmed delivery.
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