Last post on Jan 01, 2013 at 8:08 PM
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Honda CR-V, Exterior, SUV
#53 of 57 Re: roof rack problem [rocket12]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jun 20, 2010 (6:52 am)
My Yakima bars are 78" wide. That lets me tote one canoe over the passenger side of the car and increases the visibility for the driver. And you can carry two canoes side by side (handy for running shuttle).
But those long bars are dangerous when you forget they are up there and you get out of the car (I'm not that tall and I just miss them on my minivan but on a shorter car, ouch!).
Even well tied down, it's a good idea to check your ropes and straps every hour or so and readjust as needed.
#54 of 57 Looking for a 4 point rack for my new CRV
Aug 10, 2010 (1:45 pm)
I noticed that all the roof racks for the 2010 CRV are two bars that go across the roof. Is there any rack available which also includes side rails that run post to post? My SX4 has raised side rails and cross bars allowing for 4 points of attachment. I'd like to replicate this with my 2010 CRV. Any kits out there? Thanks for any advice.
#55 of 57 Re: Still confused about the roof rack [blueiedgod]
Jan 08, 2012 (9:49 am)
1. There has been a bit of confusion in this thread regarding the weight capacity of the OEM Crossbars. There might have been a typo somewhere, but Honda's literature says 75 kg max. which converts to about 165 lb.
2. Would someone be kind enough to advise the thickness of the Crossbar for the 2007 through 2011 CR-V? I have an INNO INA940 rack that will accomodate a thickness from 0.6" to 1.2" or if I use their extended Screws, 1" to 2."
#57 of 57 Large roof carrier for '13?
Jan 01, 2013 (8:08 pm)
Just wondering- I have a sears 20 cu. ft. Roof carrier and I think the mounts are 27" on center.
It looks like the crossbar locations on the 2013 cr-v is 24". Not sure.
In case it won't actually fit, does anyone have any recommendations?