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Honda Civic Roof Racks & Cargo Carriers

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Rhino Rack Aero Roof Rack System Reviews


Reviewed By Christian M (PROVIDENCE, RI) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Civic —8/19/2015 6:16 AM

The rack itself is worth every penny. I have it installed on my 2006 civic Coupe and works great. I have a bike mount on it and have no problem. I've gone up to 85MPH and no issue with it shaking or noise. However, the instructions, are another story. I would just recommend youtubeing how to install and use the measurements as a starting point, but ultimately eyeball everything and tighten down the hatches!

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CURT Roof Mounted Cargo Rack Reviews

Curt Roof Rack/cage

Reviewed By Sabrina P (Seffner, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Civic —5/8/2014 9:03 PM

I ordered the curt roof cargo rack as a birthday present for my son. He immediately put it on his car. It was so easy to install. He absolutely loves it. He went to a car meet the day he had it on and there were so many people asking about it. You shipped it to me the very next day. Thank you. We week definitely encourage our friends to shop auto anything. Sabrina

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Rhino-Rack Euro Square Bar Roof Rack Reviews

Pretty well satisfied

Reviewed By Joseph K (New Lebanon, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Civic —12/29/2013 9:30 AM

I only just put my cargo carrier on it then other day and haven't driven with it yet loaded. But the rack itself seems very well made. I fumbled through then instructions (my fault, although some parts were pre-assembled and not supposed to be; then called 'AutoAnything' for help (very helpful guy who walked me through my mistakes. Setting it on the car and ensuring where both sets of feet go and then making sure both sides were even equally tightened is the trickiest part.

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