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What roof rack?« on: May 11 2009 05:05:00 »
I just bought a couple of surf boards (impulse buy!) and haven't really thought about the best way to carry them - anyone got any suggestions?
I don't hav ea roof rack at the moment and have seen the Northcore products that don't require any additional bars - anyone sued them?
RE: What roof rack?« Reply #1 on: May 13 2009 12:05:00 »
Hey, used ones simillar to the northcore product before on a surfin trip round devon. Work well and hold the boards on safely ans tightly but if you leave them on while its raining then the inside of your car gets drenched. Became a bit of a pain in the ass having to put them on and off. Good for warm climates but id recommend standard roof racks for this county if you can.
RE: What roof rack?« Reply #2 on: May 31 2009 16:05:00 »
buy a biger car