Rhino-Rack Specialty Roof Rack Systems Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Your ride is packed to the limit when you're trekking through the asphalt jungle. But, with the carrying capacity of the spacious Rhino-Rack Specialty Roof Rack System, you've got extra space to store everything you need atop your car or SUV.
The Rhino-Rack specialty rack mounts at factory OEM locating points—allowing it to carry up to an impressive 165 lbs. Each Rhino Rack specialty roof rack system comes with everything for a quick installation: removable legs, crossbars and molded vehicle-specific foot pads. And, your Rhino-Rack Specialty Roof Rack System carries a Lifetime Warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Thomas G (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda CR-V — Jul 03, 2014 7:04 AM
The rack fits well and looks good on the vehicle. IT seems to be very sturdy. The company did leave one part out of the box, but I called them and they sent it out quickly. Also they have their left and right side of the car reversed in the instructions.
Reviewed by David H (Ardmore, PA) — May 09, 2012 5:29 AM
I prefer these over Thule and Yakama because these use the Honda fit AND allow easy removal. They are also more quiet than at least the standard Thule and the foot has a cleaner fit. My only complaint is that the special allen wrench with a hollow center snapped while installing the main bolts to the roof (not the smaller bolt to attach the rack to the foot). I advise you save the special wrench for the on/off bolt and use another conventional wrench for attaching the foot to the car.
Reviewed by Dennis H (Parker, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda CR-V — Mar 28, 2012 9:52 AM
Rack came quickly, was packed well. Directions were fairly good. Need to run a nut down on the car bolts to free up or knock off the paint from the factory. Secures very well to roof and will be easy to remove if not needed. Some added wind noise but I believe any rack would and with areo style it may be less compared to some. Looks like it belongs and 50 inch size is perfect for the CRV. I have already passed on to others.