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What defines a good roof rack? It must be versatile, easy to set up and should perfectly and securely fit all the prepared gear and it must be manufactured by Rhino Rack. Here at CARiD we have something that tick all the boxes. We are glad to announce the immediate availability of the new Euro 2500 Roof Rack System by Rhino Rack for your 2012-2015 Honda CR-V with Factory Flush Rails.

As usual it is manufactured with a great attention to details from the high quality materials only. Powdercoated in black for maximum rust protection, these 4 legs and 2 cross bars are quick and easy to install due to the detailed installation instructions included in the kit.

To maximize the protection of your gear, Rhino Rack developed special lockable legs!

Check more details about this affordable alternative on our web-site:

Rhino-Rack® RSP33 - Honda CR-V 2012-2015 Vortex RSP Black Roof Rack System



What do you think about this roof rack?
 

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What defines a good roof rack? It must be versatile, easy to set up and should perfectly and securely fit all the prepared gear and it must be manufactured by Rhino Rack. Here at CARiD we have something that tick all the boxes. We are glad to announce the immediate availability of the new Euro 2500 Roof Rack System by Rhino Rack for your 2012-2015 Honda CR-V with Factory Flush Rails.

As usual it is manufactured with a great attention to details from the high quality materials only. Powdercoated in black for maximum rust protection, these 4 legs and 2 cross bars are quick and easy to install due to the detailed installation instructions included in the kit.

To maximize the protection of your gear, Rhino Rack developed special lockable legs!

Check more details about this affordable alternative on our web-site:

Rhino-Rack® RSP33 - Honda CR-V 2012-2015 Vortex RSP Black Roof Rack System



What do you think about this roof rack?
If it's as pictured, not much. The pictured rack has clamps and pads and seemingly nothing to do with the factory flush rails. To me, the factory cross bars are a much better solution: good capacity, easy installation, modest cost, close to zero additional wind noise and no part of the of the cross bars makes contact with vehicle paint. No idea why the Rhino Rack is in any way a better alternative.
 
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