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2008 - 2012 Toyota Highlander Cross Bars Roof Rack


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  • Securely haul items in on your car and help prevent damage to your interior. Extruded and die-cast aluminum means long-lasting, sturdy construction.
  • 168 pound load capacity,. Do not exceed the weight capacity of your roof rack.
  • Easily installs into the existing roof rails. Fits all models with factory roof rails.
  • Storage on top of vehicle permits more comfort/storage room inside.
  • Bars color: BLACK
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAtomixauto
Item Weight6.3 pounds
Product Dimensions46 x 5.8 x 3.5 inches
Manufacturer Part Number402080
  
Additional Information
ASINB003W62YLC
Best Sellers Rank #143,801 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 10, 2010
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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3 years warrant if purchased from AtomixAuto marketplace seller

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Save a ton of money.
Kona Mike
The one thing that could be improved upon are the instructions explaining exactly how to use the provided tool to remove the rear rail covers.
mwild
I received my order 2 weeks later than the 3 to 4 day estimate.
j23malabanan

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mike D on July 31, 2011
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I read a lot of horror stories about how difficult the cross bars were to install and the damage that installation might cause to the trim and side rails. I did some research online and found that a paint can opener, the one with the bottle opener on one end and hook on the other, was a great help in removing the side rail cover. I bought two for $.49 each, and used them to pull the covers off, by hooking underneath the plastic and gently pushing down on the tool while pulling out towards the edge of the car (for the outside rail). This worked perfectly both times and the covers came right off. Installation of the cross bars took about 5 minutes, the total time for installation was about 15 minutes. It could have gone quicker but I was very careful with the side rail covers. The covers snapped right back in place after I finished the cross bar installation. This installation was done on a 2011 Toyota Highlander with factory installed side rails.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Expectcustomerservice on August 25, 2010
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These crossbars were a lot less expensive than the Toyota Dealership version. They were delivered quickly.
The only negative were the instructions needed to be more detailed. In order to take off the sidebar end
guards or caps to install the cross bars you need to pushed down and out to get them off without breakage. I had
to look at an on-line automotive site for this piece of information or instructions.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 8, 2011
The shipping is quick on this item and it is very similar to the OEM rack at a great savings (I bought mine from the same manufacturer but on eBay for $80 shipped). However, this does come completely disassembled and the instructions are poor.

First, the instructions assume that several of the pieces have been partially assembled, you have to figure this out yourself, but if you are at all mechanical, it is obvious what goes where and the assembly is sinmply putting bolts and washers in the right place and not tightening them all the way just yet.

Second, people complain that the rear caps for the rails already on the Highlander are difficult to remove. Mine came off with very little problem, so I'll share the way that I did it. I did use the removal tool that came with this product (but if yours is missing a piece of plastic or wood with a sharp flat edge will work just as well) and it worked just fine (I would recommend against any metal screwdriver or something that might damage the paint). To remove these caps simply start by gently lifting up and toward you on the outside front of the rear rail covers, slide the tool in and then along the bottom and toward the back of the vehicle (lifting the cap toward you and not up). This will loosen the outside tabs freeing this side of the cap. Then gently lift up on the cap and toward the center rear of the car to easily release the remaining tabs. Repeat. My tabs went back on easily after installation.

There are small pieces of rubber that are supposed to act as stoppers. The instructions are not clear where these go. I had 5 pieces of varying length, so first I cut them all to the same length.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John D. Scott on October 20, 2010
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This product arrived on time and exceeded my expectations for quality. It was easy to install, looks great, and appears to be of high quality. I would recommend these roof rack crossbars to anyone needing them. They as close to OEM looks as you can get.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By j23malabanan on February 19, 2011
1 Star is too high of a rating if you ask me!!! Customer Service is absolutely horrible, they don't have any! I received my order 2 weeks later than the 3 to 4 day estimate. I am missing 1 tightening bolt and I have contacted this company 3 times now! All I get is an answering machine stating to leave my information and someone will contact me within 24 hours!!! I have still not received a call back and am not sure how to go about this now??? It can't be safe for me to put anything on these racks if I'm missing a tightening bolt... How is this place allowed to sell on Amazon???
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Kaplinsky on December 21, 2010
I gave this product five stars because the bars themselves are excellent. The dealer thought they were Toyota brand until he had examined it for a bit and then thought they were just as good. The only problem (and why the dealer was even looking at them) was because I could not get past step 1 in the instructions.

Step 1 requires you to remove the roof rack leg covers towards the back of the Highlander. I had read that it was difficult to do but my friend and I could NOT get them off. When we tried to pry it off so hard that it slightly cracked, we knew we needed help. I took it to a dealer and the guy literally completed the installation process from Step 1 to totally done (by himself) in 5 minutes. It made me feel a little silly.

I don't fault the product for Step 1 being so hard. I now know how to get the covers off and I don't really know how I could make the directions much cleared. My advice though is that you want to use the lever from the sides of the car (not behind it) and pry the side up while pushing the top down. By pushing the top down it sort of makes the side go out and it is easier to pop out. The dealer told me it is easy to break the covers though.

Truth be told though, I would probably just go back to the dealer and have them do it again if I was to need them off again.
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