Reviewed By Dan F (Bremerton, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chrysler Town and Country —9/3/2015 8:31 AM
We have a 2011 Town and Country, and use it for sleeping. We needed a little more room for our food and for our ice chest and portable stove.
Reviewed By anthony i (Cornwall On Hudson, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —9/2/2015 6:43 PM
The roof bars are very nice, the directions lack alot of details . If you are not used to putting things together this will be difficult. The system I purchased was for a 2015 jeep Grand Cherokee which needed legs to be installed on the flush side rails first before the aero bars could be installed. Once installed they whistled at 50mph, I contacted customer service and he told me that the plastic numbered strips must be installed on the underside of the bars so no wind flows inside.
Reviewed By Robert B (Cary, NC) —9/1/2015 1:56 PM
Did not take any chances and drove at no more than 70 mph....make sure that you fill every bit of the carrier as it will prevent it from flapping. Took a test run before the 13 hour trip without it fully packed and the flapping noise was deafening. Packed it up some more and filled all of the loose spaces....night and day.