Installing a GM roof rack on top of your car or truck is one of the best ways to make more storage space. Your OEM might call them luggage racks or roof rails. You can certainly use one as a kayak or bike carrier if you put on a crossbar or two. Whatever you call a roof rack system, though, there are a few reasons to use one for hauling gear. One: they're sturdy, made of metals like steel or aluminum -- both good options for supporting cargo weight and distributing it evenly. Two: they give you anchor points. Crank a winch on, tie a trucker's hitch, or run a bungee cord, and you can tie luggage down securely. Three: there's no hauling solution simpler. Assembling a roof rack is straightforward. After all, its main parts are just modular towers and feet. Plus, you usually get a fitting kit with them, so everything is easy to put together.
Which Roof Rack is Best?
That depends on the make and model that you drive. You can install them on most trucks and SUVs, but not many cars. Excepting performance crossovers, most sports cars don't support them at all. If your vehicle does, however, go with a genuine GM roof rack. It'll fit best because your manufacturer designs its vehicles and cargo accessories to work together from the start. Our auto parts counter has the installation kit you need. You can buy it here online, too. Order now, and we'll ship immediately, right to your door.
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