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2004 Pontiac Vibe Roof Racks & Cargo Carriers

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Thule 682 Sidekick Roof Cargo Box Reviews


Great product and even greater service

Reviewed By MATT G (Delmar, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Pontiac Vibe —8/21/2007 7:27 AM

Based on my quick research, this was the only box to fit on my Pontiac Vibe without needing additional parts or new holes drilled. Sure enough it fit great (needed to take off antenna) and was exactly what I was looking for. It's not quite as sturdy as the bigger boxes, but I just wanted something more waterproof than a roof bag. I called on a Sunday needing the box delivered by the upcoming Friday. I fully expected to need to pay for expedited shipping, but the customer service rep assured me I'd get it in time with normal shipping. He said to expect it on a Thur. but it actually came in a day earlier on Wed. They clearly could have dinged me for next day shipping, but instead they even beat their projected delivery date for normal shipping. Now THAT'S great customer service!

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The Snowmans Bomb

Reviewed By Jeffrey M (Eagle Point, OR) Reviewed for a 2005 Pontiac Vibe —3/13/2012 11:13 PM

These are unbelievably awesome. SO glad I bought them and would get them for another car if needed. They work great and weren't that hard to install. VERY STURDY.

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follow the instructions

Reviewed By Christopher K (Ramsey, NJ) Reviewed for a 2009 Pontiac Vibe —8/4/2011 5:29 AM

Putting the rack together takes a little trial and error. The hardest part is putting the spacers on the bottom of the bar which keep the feet in the appropriate position. Don't force the foot as far as it can go, rather; only position the foot to where the spacer meets. When you tighten the connection, the spacer will fit into place. A couple of millimeters makes a big difference when putting the rack on your roof. Also, buy a wind fairing at the same time. I didn't thinking I would be able to put up with the noise. Once the car got between 35-40 MPH it sounded like I was going to take off.

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