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I just installed the 2 cross rails I received today via Fedex. I bought them because I'm going to attach a small car top carrier when we go camping. Not only will they be very functional for that purpose, they also really enhance the looks of the rack, it no longer looks like a couple of rails stuck on the roof for ??
 

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My crossrails are coming today, just put the side rails on my SLE last week, cant wait to be able to haul the kayak around..
 

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"Superboy", excellent idea, I'll try to take a couple tomorrow.
 

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Pic's of rails installed ( click on "Roof top 001.JPG or 002.JPG" to enlarge the pictures
 

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RSchleder said:
Pic's of rails installed ( click on "Roof top 001.JPG or 002.JPG" to enlarge the pictures
RSchleder thanks for the pictures! How much did the rails cost? Where they difficult to
install? Any change in noise levels inside the car?
 

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You can purchase them for about $167 from most GMC suppliers. I found mine for about that on the internet which included shipping and saved me the sate sales tax. No extra noise, still very quiet. Takes 5-10 minutes to install--just be sure you learn how to remove the rear rail covers so you don't break the tabs. Let me know if you need more info. Ron
 

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Superboy95 said:
Thanks for posting! And I must say - that is one ridiculously clean garage! ;D
New garage for a new car?!? ;)
 

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You can purchase them for about $167 from most GMC suppliers. I found mine for about that on the internet which included shipping and saved me the sate sales tax. No extra noise, still very quiet. Takes 5-10 minutes to install--just be sure you learn how to remove the rear rail covers so you don't break the tabs. Let me know if you need more info. Ron
Cool beans

Thanks Ron
 
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