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Fullkontact

Member
The Thule works great, holds two mountain bikes and my canoe. Sings a bit in the wind but not too bad and much quieter than the Front Runner rack I had on a previous Land Rover.
The front runner was pretty loud? My rhino rack pioneer rack makes a little road noise but not too bad


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Colin Hughes

Explorer
The front runner was pretty loud? My rhino rack pioneer rack makes a little road noise but not too bad


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I had a Front Runner on my LR Discovery I. It never sat perfectly straight, was loud, was just a bit too short to hold my Autohome RTT and the corner hardware rusted very quickly. Front Runner was excellent though, tried to help, then offered a discount which I took and sold the rack on to someone else. I've always found Thule works well for my application; bikes, canoes, carrying lumber, etc.
 

djm68

Observer
2012 Tacoma TRD OR, stone stock, 30k on the clock (bought in early 2017 with just under 4k on the on odo!) Here she is on her maiden voyage to Baja. Picked up a used Snugtop shell for cheap, built out the ubiquitous sleeping platform and headed south for nearly 3 weeks (just before starting a new job!). GFC camper coming in Sept/Oct and planning Baja again in Dec/Jan!

Cheers,
DJM
 

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Fullkontact

Member
I had a Front Runner on my LR Discovery I. It never sat perfectly straight, was loud, was just a bit too short to hold my Autohome RTT and the corner hardware rusted very quickly. Front Runner was excellent though, tried to help, then offered a discount which I took and sold the rack on to someone else. I've always found Thule works well for my application; bikes, canoes, carrying lumber, etc.
Wow that’s crazy the corner hardware started to rust. I’ve been looking hard into Front runner because I’d like to get one. But because of their price I went with rhino rack pioneer rack


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Wayaway

Member
In March 2019, my son and I drove the Mojave Road in my 2001 SR5 4Runner.
4 days of off-roading / 3 nights camping.

Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks
5 BFG AT KO2 235/85r16s
Steelie wheels
Sonoran Steel differential drop kit
Old Man Emu 2" rear springs
2" front lift springs (no idea on what brand)
Front light bar
2 Throttle Body Spacers
K&N Cold Air Intake
Computer Chip
JET 69148 Mass Air Sensor
Tundra front brakes

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2019 Tacoma OR - MGM - blackout badging - MESO turn signals - Leitner Designs ACS - James Baroud RTT - Rango Ditch Brackets - Rigid ditch and reverse lights - PowerTrays - sPOD -w- HD controller - DMM Ram mount - Pro Grill... to be continued

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Fortuner Mike

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This is my 2017 Fortuner GXL 2.8ltr TD. I suppose you could call it our 4runner...

I am located in Perth Australia (y)

Car setup:
  • OME 2.5inch Lift
  • Rear Airbags
  • 32inch BFG KO2's
  • Tracklander Aluminium Roof Rack
  • ARB bullbar
  • Dual Battery with a RedArc BCDC charger
  • Stedi 9inch LED spot lights
  • ARB front recovery points
  • Uniden UHF with remote head unit


Cape Range National Park near Exmouth Western Australia.
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On top of Mt Meharry(Highest point in WA) in Karijini National Park.
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D'Entrecasteaux National Park in Western Australia
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Hello everyone. Stopping by to say hello and show my 2002 Tundra. I'm here to learn from you guys and gals. My wife and I are looking to do more backwoods camping with our Tundra this year.

So far this year I've added Icon 2.5 coilovers, SPC UCA's, new OEM lower ball joints and outer tie rods, ICON 2.0 rear shocks, new BFG K02's in 285/70/17 and I scored a used set of SCS Ray 10's.


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