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As sleek and silent as a butterfly. Well, not quite as silent, but pretty darn close.
- Aerofoil shape mimics an airplane wing to provide smooth, consistent air flow—drastically reduces drag that causes noise
- Includes: Two Whispbar crossbars, four towers with SKS locks
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Awesome bars but watch what box you buy
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I had to send these bars back since they did not have enough clearance with my 2014 vw tiguan and the yakima box that i also bought. Had to send back and get the yakima rail grab set that worked perfectly. Very nice sleek bars though i wished they worked but oh well, easy hassle free exchange with backcountry, thank you!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
These mounted quickly and easily. They're much quieter than I expected also.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Easy to install, virtually silent. Better looking than factory rails. Installed on 2013 Nissan Rogue. Installed in less than 10 minutes.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I put these on my Subaru Outback last year. They are much stronger and more stable than the factor cross bars. I had 3 bikes on the roof during a 3500 mi road trip and no problems. Used the Yakima Forklift to mount directly to the Whispbars.
What size whispbar rail bar rack for 2012...
What size whispbar rail bar rack for 2012 Subuaru Impreza sport 5 door
Red, click this link and it will give you all the info you need:
Yakima Whispbar Allen Storage
Love the fact that Yakima has included a storage in the rail for your allen wrench.
my car is lexus gs430 ... installation...
my car is lexus gs430 ... installation possibility? if so model No.?
When will you have the S47 Whispbar in? I...
When will you have the S47 Whispbar in? I need it for a '13 Honda Pilot. Would be nice to get it while it's on sale.
Will they fit on a Subaru Forester Side...
Will they fit on a Subaru Forester Side Rail?
Can't tell without knowing more details about your vehicle. Here's a link to the Yakima Fit Guide. Once you put in your car info you should have the info you need. http://infolookup.yakima.com/