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Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by RAVAsher » Thu Mar 09, 2017 1:30 pm

I've got some roof bars that have been sat in the garage for ages.
They are the Thule ones. They are for the Honda CR-V the earlier models around 2002 I think it was.
I'm happy to let anyone have them free if you can collect them. Would be a shame to throw them away as I have no use for them at all.
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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by webleymk3 » Fri Mar 10, 2017 2:12 pm

RAVAsher wrote:I've got some roof bars that have been sat in the garage for ages.
They are the Thule ones. They are for the Honda CR-V the earlier models around 2002 I think it was.
I'm happy to let anyone have them free if you can collect them. Would be a shame to throw them away as I have no use for them at all.
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Do they attach to bars or do they need the feet to mount to the roof?
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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by CharlieFarlie » Fri Mar 10, 2017 2:40 pm

Ash do the ends fit the rails on your T180 ? If so how long are the bars themselves ?

Most of these bars are universal in so much as the feet/ parts which clamp on to the roof rails are the same . Its the length of the bars that determine if they will do the job or not .,
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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by RAVAsher » Sun May 14, 2017 9:25 pm

I need to get them measured Charlie
They were in the boot of an old D4D we bought years ago.
I've not had the chance to measure them because of the surgery and other stuff that we had going on at the time. I'll get them out next weekend hopefully and get back to you.
I've not tried them on the T180 but will check mate.
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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by RAVAsher » Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:37 pm

Apologies for the late replies finally managed to get them out and measured
I'm not sure how they mount onto the roof but it would be a shame to throw them way.

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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by Hoovie » Fri Jun 23, 2017 8:47 am

They look like semi-universal roof mounts and don't rely on any specific fittings, but clamp onto side of car roof.

Looking at the length, I suspect they may be a tad to short for the RAV4.3 but ok on the 4.2.
The two body shapes have different recommendations in the Thule fitting guide, and most Thule bars also have limited flexibility on length variation due to their design. I found my 4.2 bars were about 0.5cm too short to safely fit the front of my 4.3 :rolleyes:
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Re: Roof bars (Honda)

PostPosted by RAVAsher » Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:15 am

Hoovie wrote:They look like semi-universal roof mounts and don't rely on any specific fittings, but clamp onto side of car roof.

Looking at the length, I suspect they may be a tad to short for the RAV4.3 but ok on the 4.2.
The two body shapes have different recommendations in the Thule fitting guide, and most Thule bars also have limited flexibility on length variation due to their design. I found my 4.2 bars were about 0.5cm too short to safely fit the front of my 4.3 :rolleyes:


Absolutely no idea Hoovie not tried them but they're here for anyone who wants them.
I don't want anything for them so if anyone wants them let me know.
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