Rhino-Rack Aero Bar Roof Rack Customer Reviews
156 Customer Reviews
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Whoever said that getting there is half the fun must have been traveling alone with only one suitcase and no maps. Because once you start adding in passengers, luggage and camping supplies, your cockpit becomes mighty claustrophobic. Give your copilots and yourself a lot more elbow room—pack your gear up top on a Rhino-Rack Aero Bar Roof Rack.
Like adding an extra trunk to your ride, Rhino Rack Aero Racks form a sturdy platform for packing on more of your stuff. Your kit comes complete with everything you need to turn your open roof into a strong, stable, and secure mounting point: oval-shaped aluminum crossbars, glass-reinforced feet and all the hardware. And since it’s custom configured for your particular year, make and model, the installation is a breeze.
Once your car, truck or SUV is equipped with the Rhino Rack Aero Base Rack, the sky’s the limit on what you can carry. From mountain bikes and ocean kayaks to cargo baskets and work ladders, Aero Bars shoulder it all—with the right carrier, of course. And, they’re backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
156 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Karin M (VENTURA, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Mazda 3 — Nov 13, 2013 2:14 PM
The instructions are WRONG. Two of us put it on the car, and we both checked each other's measurements. You have to ignore the "model-specific" numbers when putting the rack on for the first time. This rack is very noisy between 42 and 62 mph. It may be possible to adjust it backwards and forwards to minimize the problem, but for $300+, I think they could have done a better job.
Reviewed by Charles T (Nashua, NH) Reviewed for a 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe — Oct 24, 2013 8:45 AM
The initial assembly and mounting the Aero Rack takes a while but it is well worth it. It is very clean looking, stable and quiet. After the initial installation, it is very easy to remove and mount again. We are very pleased with our purchase and will buy again in the future.
Reviewed by Holly C (San Antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jul 31, 2013 8:13 PM
I got the Rhino-Rack 2500 primarily because of the reviews and cost. The issue is that the feet stand up higher than most racks I've seen and the bars are very thick and bulky. My hullaport kayak carriers just barely fit. It is also quite noisy when driving over 45 mph. Lastly the locks could be better quality. They're kind of cheaply made. All in all, a good rack, seems sturdy and I'll keep it.
Reviewed by Terence R L (COLDEN, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Mazda 6 — Jul 11, 2013 5:06 PM
The issue was with the DK061 clamps. After assembling the rack and putting it on my car it lasted a total of 23 hours before coming off. The thin rubber padding that gets glued on the clamp where it attaches to the car became unglued. It was as if the glue melted because it was in the sun. When I went out to my car after work I could see that the footing that connects to the bars was moved. I grabbed the bar to check how secure it was and the entire back rack came off easy. Received full refund.
Reviewed by Steve B (Hart, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Aveo — Jul 07, 2013 4:20 PM
Got the rack for a 2006 aveo. Just got it installed and haven't had a chance to load anything on it yet. It seems very solid, stable and well made. The directions were simple enough except for the insert measurements, they could of been clearer. We have the aero bars and they do hum some but not that bad.
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Asked by Anonymous
Nov 06, 2013 3:37 PM
2012 Ford Fiesta
Does this include the feet for installation?
Answered by Nathan S. — Nov 07, 2013 6:52 AM
Hi, You wouldn't be able to install the bars without them so yes, the feet are included.flag Accept Answer