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Honda Element Roof Racks & Cargo Carriers

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Yakima Fairings Reviews


This solves the problem

Reviewed By Charles H (ALBURTIS, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Element —4/27/2015 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.

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Rightline Gear Ace Car Top Carrier Reviews


Storage bag stores a lot and holds up nicely.....

Reviewed By Todd T (Alexandria, VA) Reviewed for a 2015 Honda Pilot —1/5/2016 7:13 AM

Bought storage bag for our annual D.C. to Boston trip over holidays, it stored a lot and held up nicely through limited rain/cold weather. No snow testing but all items inside where dry after both 9 hour legs of trip. It's not the easiest to secure without a roof rack so leave time for that. Also, I would suggest facing where the zippers meet towards the back of the vehicle and make sure the front of the bag is completely full or it will flap extremely loud at 60 to 70mph.

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Chevy Colorado 2016

Reviewed By Robert K (Huntley, IL) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —1/31/2016 6:32 AM

I bought this Shuttle pad for my 2016 Colorado. I was hoping to not have to purchase anther bike rack. It sat in my garage for about a week before I unpacked it. Being January in Illinois, it was quite stiff. I brought it inside and let it flatten out. The instructions are vague. But it is quite simple. However I think it might be better to have the attachment straps reversed so the drop down the backside of the tailgate instead of trying to seed them upwards.

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