Roof Racks

Some vehicles are manufactured with factory installed roof racks, but many are not. Adding a roof rack to your vehicle expands its storage capability instantly. Ideas for storage includes excess cargo, bikes, surfboards, and skis. Roof racks and bars work well for cars, caravans, and 4x4 vehicles because they come in different types and sizes.

Steel Roof Rack

If you plan to use the top of your vehicle to haul heavy items regularly, steel roof racks are a great choice. The steel is heavier and durable, so it stands the test of time. A 4x4 roof rack made of steel is very common because the weight is evenly distributed to all four wheels.

Aluminium Roof Rack

The main advantage of aluminium roof racks is the weight. Because aluminium is so much lighter than steel, these racks are easier to remove, if necessary. Moreover, aluminium has a resistance to corrosion, which is very appealing to those living in harsh weather conditions. Aluminium racks work very well for lightweight vehicles.

Roof Bars With Rain Gutter Mount

If your vehicle is equipped with rain gutters, car roof bars are an excellent choice. You can add two or more crossbars by using special clamps that fasten to the rain gutter to securely hold them in place. These types of racks are easier to self-install and can be removed. The Roof Bars are normally made of steel.

Compatible Roof Racks are supplied to fit many makes including Toyota, Citroen, Volvo, Mitsubishi, Honda, etc. Roof bars and racks expand storage, and gives you the capability of transporting items that may be too large to fit inside your vehicle. If you plan to self-install a rack or roof bars, there are several online fit guides that gives you the correct size based on the vehicle year, make, and model.

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