Is it getting harder to cram luggage into your trunk? Do your passengers have to share space with it uncomfortably? You need more cargo space. There's an easy way to make it. Put an original roof rack and cross bar system on your vehicle. Some automakers use terms like "luggage rack" or "roof rail," and a roof rack can sometimes double as a kayak rack or bike rack, but naming aside, they all share common traits. For one, they're durable, designed not only to support cargo weight but also to distribute it evenly. What they're made of factors in. Where older roof racks were made of wood, newer ones are usually made of steel or aluminum. Secondly, they significantly improve luggage security. They do it in two ways, too. One, they provide tie-down points for bungee cords, straps, and even winches, and everyone knows how handy these can be for keeping baggage from falling off your roof on the highway. Two, they sometimes include locks to help prevent theft. Best of all, though, there's almost no solution for hauling gear simpler to install than a roof rack. Their main parts are just towers and feet, after all, and they're conveniently modular. You can even connect everything in a snap using an included fitting kit. So, which roof rack is best? That depends on the make and model you're driving. Some sedans and hatchbacks support them, as do most trucks and SUVs. However, many coupes and sports cars don't. If your vehicle does, a genuine Mopar roof rack will be the best fit. Our auto parts store has everything you need for an upgrade, including installation parts, and you can buy online. Order now!
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