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Old 06-04-2020, 02:49 PM #46
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I don't like how the Inno has feet. Pass
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I don't like how the Inno has feet. Pass
Not optimal, but they do provide protective clear decals to put under them to protect the paint.
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Mind posting a pic of how you used the third bar to mount their fairing?

The LFD crossbar + stock side rails is damn near perfect for my needs but I'm also about to do a few long highway trips and don't want to add a bunch of noise.
no prob. here's a look at how I have it spaced out, but keep in mind this is because we're currently using it 100% for carrying our Thule box.



i should point out that in the current front bar position, we have enough aero buffeting at 70+ mph up there that with the fairing extended out, it was vibrating up and down and actually tapping the roof sheetmetal. by pushing it back on its mounting adjustments it took out enough movement that it not longer does that at any speed or over any terrain. i DON'T think its a problem with the product, just an anomoly of the aero at that speed with the fairing in that exact position. elsewhere, it may not have that issue.



i don't mind having to buy 3 bars. in the future i may push the middle bar further back to accommodate different gear loads at which point i might need to utilize the front bar too.
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no prob. here's a look at how I have it spaced out, but keep in mind this is because we're currently using it 100% for carrying our Thule box.



i should point out that in the current front bar position, we have enough aero buffeting at 70+ mph up there that with the fairing extended out, it was vibrating up and down and actually tapping the roof sheetmetal. by pushing it back on its mounting adjustments it took out enough movement that it not longer does that at any speed or over any terrain. i DON'T think its a problem with the product, just an anomoly of the aero at that speed with the fairing in that exact position. elsewhere, it may not have that issue.



i don't mind having to buy 3 bars. in the future i may push the middle bar further back to accommodate different gear loads at which point i might need to utilize the front bar too.
Is that the aluminum or steel crossbar? I'm planning on getting the steel version next month.
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no prob. here's a look at how I have it spaced out, but keep in mind this is because we're currently using it 100% for carrying our Thule box.



i should point out that in the current front bar position, we have enough aero buffeting at 70+ mph up there that with the fairing extended out, it was vibrating up and down and actually tapping the roof sheetmetal. by pushing it back on its mounting adjustments it took out enough movement that it not longer does that at any speed or over any terrain. i DON'T think its a problem with the product, just an anomoly of the aero at that speed with the fairing in that exact position. elsewhere, it may not have that issue.



i don't mind having to buy 3 bars. in the future i may push the middle bar further back to accommodate different gear loads at which point i might need to utilize the front bar too.


Does the faring help wind noise , i have 4 crossbars mounted like that and its duper noisy


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Is that the aluminum or steel crossbar? I'm planning on getting the steel version next month.
These are the ruggedized steel units. If I was running 4-5 bars i might have considered the alu ones to keep weight off the highest point of the vehicle, but for 2 or 3 bars steel felt like a great deal.

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Does the faring help wind noise , i have 4 crossbars mounted like that and its duper noisy
yes it does. we had roaring and resonance that would come in hard at about 50 and 70mph, both speeds we cruise at often. the fairing eliminated it all. i think the "C-channel" shape of the bars makes this especially problematic although I think its a worthy tradeoff for the height, strength, mounting options and cost.
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You can always just find a box you like and bolt is down. This should give you and idea.

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no prob. here's a look at how I have it spaced out, but keep in mind this is because we're currently using it 100% for carrying our Thule box.



i should point out that in the current front bar position, we have enough aero buffeting at 70+ mph up there that with the fairing extended out, it was vibrating up and down and actually tapping the roof sheetmetal. by pushing it back on its mounting adjustments it took out enough movement that it not longer does that at any speed or over any terrain. i DON'T think its a problem with the product, just an anomoly of the aero at that speed with the fairing in that exact position. elsewhere, it may not have that issue.



i don't mind having to buy 3 bars. in the future i may push the middle bar further back to accommodate different gear loads at which point i might need to utilize the front bar too.
By the way, just want to point out to people looking at this thread that this bar configuration DOES NOT work with the Yakima Skybox 16. The clamps are a certain shape where you cant both clear the front wind fairing and open the rear hatch door. If you want the LFD wind fairing, you need a thile box.

It seems it does work with thule boxes, so I'll try that now.
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