Cross-bars for 2004 Volvo XC90 factory rails - Inno racks
- Load capacity is 140 pounds.
- Bar spacing 20-55 inches.
- Backed by Inno's Lifetime warranty.
This Kit Includes the following Items:
I bought the Inno crossbars for a pending trip to Florida. I planned to use an ancient cartop carrier on these new bars. They worked great. I liked that they are rubber coated and resist scratches. The trip was a success. The Inno bars worked great. My only complaint is that they are a little noisy if I open the sunroof but for their purpose, they work great.
I bought these for my 2014 Nissan Rogue SL. They arrived promptly, in perfect condition and were packaged in recycled packaging, which I appreciated very much. The racks themselves are a bit tedious to install the first time, but once you get the concept, they can be removed and installed quickly. Once installed to the factory rails, they are VERY secure. Because they are square bars, I suspect they would make noise if you drive at high speeds w/ nothing strapped to them. I only install the bars when I need them, so that's not an issue for me. Finally, the cost was very reasonable and much less than factory crossbars (that must match factory rail mounting points and are not easily removable) or more fancy brand name racks that cannot possibly be any more secure than these excellent Inno racks. Highly recommended for people who want a solid crossbar at a great price
Bought this for a kayak camping trip the week before, installed it the morning of, and it worked great! Waaay more affordable than what REI tried to sell me
This was the easiest time I had ever had installing something on my car! Being 5'2" I had absolutely no issues doing it myself. There is a little wind noise while going over 70mph but nothing unbearable & you should expect noise when installing a "wind tunnel" on the roof of your vehicle...duh! We packed up last weekend & headed up I-70 & were actually able to see through the back of our Murano this time...yea! Best buy so far this year!
I installed it according to instructions, went on quite simple really. Took it out on the road and above 30mph it started to make a whistling sound, that got louder as the speed was increased. I have since taken them off and sent Cargo Gear an email for a remedy, but have yet to hear from them. May have to ask for a return authorization.