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Honda Genuine Factory Roof Luggage Rack – 08L02-S9A-102; 2002 to 2006 CR-V

September 26, 2013 - Comment

Securely haul items in on your CR-V and help prevent damage to your interior. Extruded and die-cast aluminum means long-lasting, sturdy construction. 165 pound load capacity. Do not exceed the weight capacity of your roof rack. Easily installs into the existing roof presets. Product Features Complete rack kit with crossbars- Fits model years 2002 through

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Securely haul items in on your CR-V and help prevent damage to your interior. Extruded and die-cast aluminum means long-lasting, sturdy construction. 165 pound load capacity. Do not exceed the weight capacity of your roof rack. Easily installs into the existing roof presets.

Product Features

  • Complete rack kit with crossbars- Fits model years 2002 through 2006
  • Extruded and die-cast aluminum means long-lasting, sturdy construction
  • Securely haul items in on your CR-V and help prevent damage to your interior
  • Easily installs into the existing roof presets
  • Genuine Honda Original Factory OEM Accessory

Comments

_LARS_ says:

Useless without additional parts The OEM roof rack from Honda is basically useless without additional accessories (specifically if you want to tie items directly to the rack). While tying to the bars will prevent forward and backwards motion, there is no way to tie up to prevent side to side motion. You can see this if you look carefully at the picture. If you tie around the location where the cross beams attach to the roof their triangular shape means that that the rope will just slide up onto the cross beam allowing tied…

John Harsh says:

POT Metal Roof Rack This rack is worthless. The metal that slides into the bar and is attached by a single screw is pot metal. Mine broke and now does nothing but rattle. I’m currently looking for an aftermarket product that is made from steel. I also, agree it would be much better with some kind of tie down to keep your items from sliding left and right.

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