Reviewed By Sean D (Denver, CO) Reviewed for a 1988 Mitsubishi Mighty Max —11/7/2013 3:37 AM
Works well . Could have a better way to secure it in place.
Reviewed By Jeffrey C (Castle Rock, CO) Reviewed for a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse —12/9/2010 5:24 PM
I got these to try and combat the snow that can build up on my Dodge Ram window here in Colorado. The install was a little tricky, trying to find the right fuse that will turn them off with the engine, but that will also turn them on with the remote start. Then, the other problem was trying to get some actual snow to test them!! The front range of Colorado hasn't received much if any snow, and it's December!!! When I did get some snow, they worked ok, didn't melt the snow as fast or as thoroughly as I would have expected. Not sure yet if they were worth the $$ since I haven't had to drive through snow yet, so in all fairness the verdict is still out...
Reviewed By Bradley B (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse —12/4/2009 4:37 PM
I like the design of the product and they seem easy to put on. I have been unable to do so since the product was sent without the adapter required to mount onto a 21mm lugnut; but that is being corrected by Thule. Also, I am told that any future k-summits being sent out are to include the 17mm, 19mm and the 21mm adapters as opposed to just the 17mm and 19mm. Some minor adjustments need to be made to get it to fit exactly to the tire specifics and I am sort of confused on how to do it; but there is a local Thule expert in the area who is more than happy to assist. They are great for vehicles that have no clearance on between the tire and spring on the inside of the wheel; since they don't have any part of them that rest inside. They are also very expensive, perhaps even overpriced.