Last post on Dec 18, 2011 at 10:57 AM
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#19 of 24 Good place to purchase Ridgeline Accessories
Aug 27, 2010 (12:10 pm)
I'm picking up a 2008 Ridgeline next week or the next and I'm going to purchase a bunch of accessories.
Does anyone have any recommendations on where to purchase accessories?
I see this topic is sponsored by H and A and I've successfully purchased from them years ago when I purchased my 2003 Pilot new (89,000 miles and not a single problem), so I suspect they watch this forum.
Just looking for another place or two to compare a little. Also, I'm on the east coast so shipping costs and delivery times are something to consider.
If any dealerships are monitoring this forum, feel free to chime in...
#20 of 24 Re: Good place to purchase Ridgeline Accessories [DRice]
Sep 03, 2010 (8:06 pm)
i've got a perfect set of factory 17" Chrome-Look Aluminum Alloy Wheels. used less than a year before i sold my 2008 ridgeline (with original RTX wheels). these wheels look great, high polished aluminum (not chrome - will not pit or stain like chrome). i purchased from H and A (they still have them at $337 each). these wheels dress up any Ridgeline.
#22 of 24 Re: Good place to purchase Ridgeline Accessories [DRice]
Dec 22, 2010 (3:50 pm)
I have gotten the best online deals from HandA. Their prices are not always the lowest, but their shipping charges are MUCH lower than other online Honda parts sellers.
Also check eBay as several Honda dealers sell parts there.
#23 of 24 Re: Tonnueau covers [woolyback]
Dec 17, 2011 (2:22 pm)
Hi Sparkland, I just get a 2011 Ridgeline and I'm looking for a bed cover too, How is working your Roll n Lock on your Ridgeline?????
#24 of 24 Re: Tonnueau covers [omaita]
Dec 18, 2011 (10:57 am)
I like it fine, I installed it myself but it would be easier with two people at certain steps of the installation.
The rails do limit the lid on the trunk space from opening all of the way but it hasn't been a problem for me yet. I have managed to get everything in there that I've wanted to.
The only drawback I've had so far is that if you are loading 4 x 8 sheets of plywood you have to slide them in flat and leave your tailgate down.
If you want them to rest on the closed tailgate at an angle then you will have to cock one side of the boards to clear the rails.
I had a problem with the lid for the spring mechanism coming open but they sent me a modification for it that makes the catch more secure.
I don't think you will be disappointed with it.