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2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser Base Rack Systems

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INNO Base Rack System Reviews


INNO RACK: Good Surf Rack for FJ Cruiser

Reviewed By William S (Menlo Park, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser —1/28/2011 9:32 AM

Anyone who surfs and owns an FJ cruiser knows that the OEM and aftermarket racks are geared towards baja adventures and strapping everything but the kitchen sink to the top of your car. These racks cost 1000+ dollars and make a lot of noise at highway speeds. INNO is the only rack company that makes a mounting bracket that fits the FJ Cruiser so that a more normal surf/bike/kayak/ski rack can be put on. It's a lot like a thule rack and seems to sit on there pretty solid. I've had a 9 foot 6 windsurf board on top of mine and it I have no worries it will fall off at highway speeds. THe only downsides are that in the stock mounting sites you must mount the racks 3 feet apart or 6 feet apart because there are only 3 mount sites on the FJ. Also the locking mechanism is pretty pointless because you can just unbolt the metal tab the rack sits on. Otherwise this would receive a higher rating.

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Rhino-Rack Aero Bar Roof Rack Reviews


Great rack.

Reviewed By Jerry R (Chapin, SC) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser —3/6/2013 5:59 AM

Since I sintalled the rhino-rack, it is exactly what I wanted in appearnance and functionality. Looks and works as I had hoped it would.

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Rhino-Rack Specialty Roof Rack Systems Reviews


Great Roof Rack

Reviewed By ASHER H (MIDDLETOWN, PA) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda CR-V —7/14/2015 5:58 PM

Does its job. Took a 1000 mile trip with a tandem kayak strapped to it and had no issues. Nice design - looks like it belongs. The only think I would caution is to check your roof attachment points to make sure they arn't too rusted out to get a bolt to hold, and if they are a little rusty, a pipe cleaner comes in handy.

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