Reviewed By John N (EDMOND, OK) Reviewed for a 2018 Honda Ridgeline —8/7/2018 2:26 PM
It would be nice to be able to buy 10 at a better price. Plan on having bike and kayak racks. Will need cores for them. 3 keys 10 cores maybe $80-100
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Reviewed By Mathew R (MILFORD, MA) Reviewed for a 2015 Audi A4 —8/4/2018 5:31 PM
Pretty solid design and accommodates various wheel sizes from 20-29". Looks like it could also work with just about any roof rack. Worked well with my Rhino Vortex 2500 Rack. The only flaw I see is that the rear wheel mounting strap just floats on the bar, and it would be nice if there were a locking feature for this. (note: SKS locks are sold separately)
Reviewed By Ken W (Needham Heights, MA) —7/30/2018 9:01 PM
Terrific product especially for the money. No reason to buy anything else if you're carrying one item. A comparable bare roof rack would cost around $600 with all the equipment. This is very quick and easy. Less than 10 minutes to set up. And even quicker to unload. Simple process, too. And holds my kayak in place as well as an expensive rack.
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