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Old 12-21-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
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Wanted: 2005-2010 OEM ROOF RACKS

Is wandering if anyone has a set they are interested in getting rid of? Are these worth getting? I have always wanted them, but never knew anyone in my area who had them so I could ask about them. I have herad heard you can hear the noise from the air they catch when driving. Is that true?
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I have them, though not for sale. They do not make any noise when in the stowed position, but they make a hell of a racket when the crossbars are deployed.

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but they make a hell of a racket when the crossbars are deployed.

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Old 12-24-2009, 03:28 AM   #4
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I picked up one 2 weeks ago for $245 shipped...
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Have you consider a yakima or tule rack? I like the look of the stock but I think its rated for under 100lb load; the Yakima is rated at 250lb.
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Have you consider a yakima or tule rack? I like the look of the stock but I think its rated for under 100lb load; the Yakima is rated at 250lb.
I don't have racks on my truck. I wanted to buy the factory ones but I couldn't justify it because I have a bed. That's why I bought a truck. I have used Thule racks on past suv's and they work great. I hear Yakima is just as nice.

In my opinion, just because the racks are rated at 250 doesn't necessarily mean the roof itself is rated at 250. Yes, I know Tacomas are built to withstand a roll over, but that comes from the internal frame, not the sheet metal. I would be very hesitant to put more than 100 up there.
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