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Old 03-15-2013, 04:13 PM   #12
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Roof racks can get very expensive to buy new. After you get a rack, you'll need a bike tray. I priced out a bike tray on the rocky mounts website and it came to about $135. Good thing I got 2 bike trays used, but I had to get 2 new locking a scewers for $35 each. A Thule fairing by itself can cost about $75. I also found an eBay seller who sells complete bike trays new for $60. Oh and I haven't even gotten to the rack yet lol. Find a used rack preferably complete, kona, Thule, Yakima - it doesn't matter they are all the same and will provide what you need. Only difference is the Kona is made for hatches and it looks the best.


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