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Old 06-12-2019, 02:37 PM #16
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yes!! Need this on mine!
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Sorry if I missed it, but have you tested it at freeway speeds (eg. 60mph and faster)? Any wind noise? Thanks.

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looking for additional review on this rack. I do like the fact that it is lighter but wondering how it handles loads comparing to the one from SSO that has thicker bars and thicker aluminum sides. .
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I just installed it after trying to decide between SSO, Prinsu and Victory 4x4. Everything is good to go. No missing pieces and everything fit with no issues. Fit and finish is great. I stepped across all the bars and it held my weight fine. The aluminum bars did bed a little in the middle but loads will be distributed across evenly. I give the product a 10 across the board with the minor exception that the rear faring is a little too close to the roof of the 4runner. When loaded up I feel like it will rub. This was easily fixed by adding pieces of the extra faring rubber protector (from the front faring) to the pointy spots. Bottom line: High quality and lightweight product at a competitive price. Also barely any noticeable wind noise...or MPG drop (maybe .5 mpg?)
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Does anyone have the factory length rack? Does it fit a 48 jack without overhang? Also, I would be further interested in wind noise with the factory rack replacement.
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I just installed it after trying to decide between SSO, Prinsu and Victory 4x4. Everything is good to go. No missing pieces and everything fit with no issues. Fit and finish is great. I stepped across all the bars and it held my weight fine. The aluminum bars did bed a little in the middle but loads will be distributed across evenly. I give the product a 10 across the board with the minor exception that the rear faring is a little too close to the roof of the 4runner. When loaded up I feel like it will rub. This was easily fixed by adding pieces of the extra faring rubber protector (from the front faring) to the pointy spots. Bottom line: High quality and lightweight product at a competitive price. Also barely any noticeable wind noise...or MPG drop (maybe .5 mpg?)
I had an issue where rear fairing would hit the roof in certain wind conditions even in the highest position. I saw the 90 bends at the ends for mounting were actually more than 90 and caused the the center of the fairing to be drawn down and closer to the roof when mounting bolts were tightened. I Placed the two end bends in a vice and made the bends 90 degrees. Now fairing is not drawn down and has plenty of clearance even without the rubber molding. I wanted to avoid using the rubber molding as I was concerned It would scratch the roof over time due to dirt working its way under it.
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very nice rack
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I had an issue where rear fairing would hit the roof in certain wind conditions even in the highest position. I saw the 90 bends at the ends for mounting were actually more than 90 and caused the the center of the fairing to be drawn down and closer to the roof when mounting bolts were tightened. I Placed the two end bends in a vice and made the bends 90 degrees. Now fairing is not drawn down and has plenty of clearance even without the rubber molding. I wanted to avoid using the rubber molding as I was concerned It would scratch the roof over time due to dirt working its way under it.
Oh that is an interesting observation. I will have to check it out and maybe bend and remount the rear faring.
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The fairing rests on the roof by design. If it is adjusted up away from the roof, it will contact the roof at high speeds, so to prevent that, it is adjusted all the way down to prevent flexing. We include the edge trim to protect the paint, but as an extra procaution, you can also do what @halflife78 did and add clear paint protecting vinyl beneath it as well.
Curious why you chose edge trim with the extruded rubber on the end vs on the bottom to provide more supported cushioning with it being between the fairing edge and roof
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I received my Victory4x4 rack and installed it this weekend. Overall its a nice rack and was easy to assemble/mount. My rack had 2 issues. One of the side pieces had a hole not drilled for the rear valance. The other issue was with the coating. Again on a side piece coating was missing in a couple places. I can post pics if anyone is interested.
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