Installed these on my '13 Subaru Impreza. Easy to adjust and install. The Subaru oem crossbars look the same but they sit a little taller and don't have locks. These are th…
- Jason, 10/04/13
I bought these to put on my 2001 Camry with a "naked" roof. They were really easy to install and I like the look better than other rack systems.…
- David, 08/12/13
Love this rack now that it is installed. Took a bit of time to get onto my 2000 4Runner. Looks great and works very well. Noise level very low, can't even tell it's there. Gre…
- Andrew, 08/21/13
I bought these bars about 10 months ago for my Subaru. The installation was very simple and easy. These bars are a lot quieter then the square bars I've had in the past. Yo…
- Richard, 09/20/13
Install was easy and the bars were as quiet as was advertised as compared to the classic round bars from days past. The only thing I would caution on this product is to consid…
- Andrew, 08/21/13
These are exactly as they say, Heavy Duty. I plan on using them to occasionally transport lumber back and forth when needed and also have my bike racks loaded on them. No flex…
- Sean, 07/30/13
Overall this product does exactly what it says. You don't even know it is on your car after install it is completely silent! Install was easy but I can see where someone who i…
- Jamie, 01/17/14
I purchased these and modified them to allow me to add a fairing to my crossbars. They worked great and are very sturdy. Great item for adding additional accessories.…
- Sean, 09/15/13
After installing bike racks on my whispbar setup I picked up a little whistle. I bought these attachments to install a fairing on my cross bars and they works perfectly. I hav…
- Sean, 08/09/13
About Whispbar Roof Racks:
We all know that it is unsafe to transport your gear by having a friend on top of the car holding on to bungee cords for dear life. That is why you need a Whispbar. From bicycle, snowboard and ski racks to cargo and kayak carriers, you’ll be able to get the stuff you need where you need to get it, without putting anyone in danger.
Whispbar began in Australia/New Zealand in 2006 but its roots reach all the way back to 1975, when Hubco was founded in New Zealand by an aircraft engineer. Whispbar’s aviation background means that their products are designed to a higher aerodynamic standard than run of the mill roof carrier companies.
The only problem with Whispbar products? All of the other drivers are looking at your rack when they should be keeping their eyes on the road.