Putting a roof rack on top of your vehicle is one of the best ways to improve its cargo capacity. An OEM will occasionally use terms like "roof rail" or "luggage rack," and with the right crossbar system, you can use one as a bike rack or kayak rack. Whatever you call a roof rack, however, there are three reasons to install one. One: they're sturdy, made of lasting metals such as steel or aluminum and designed to support and distribute cargo weight. Two: they provide tie-down points to crank a winch on or hook a bungee cord to, making securing luggage easier. They sometimes even integrate locks, which help prevent theft. Finally, and maybe best of all: no solution for hauling extra gear is simpler than putting a roof rack on your ride. Putting everything together is straightforward, as their main parts are modularly designed towers and feet, and a fitting kit is often included.
Which Roof Rack is Best for Your Vehicle?
That depends on what make and model you drive. Most SUVs and trucks support them, but only a handful of cars do, and most sports cars don't at all. If your vehicle does, however, a genuine Mopar roof rack will fit it best. Our auto parts counter has what you need for an upgrade, including installation parts. You can order everything online, too. Buy now, and we'll ship promptly, right to your door.
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