BrightLines Roof Rack Crossbars Replacement For Honda Pilot 2009-2015
I initially ordered these from Honda for my 2014 Pilot, but they messed up and only sent one bar and then couldn’t get me a 2nd in time for my trip. So I ordered these. ASG shipped them same day as my order. Got them the next day, just before out trip. I still had the one OEM bar and it looked exactly the same as these. Maybe the same manufacturer? Liked the WD40 and rubber mallet tips from the review from Str8-up DR, especially the WD40. They are a perfect fit so the WD40 helps, but once in they are very secure. Just drove 2 hours with a huge Yakima attached and they were just as tight when I got there. Very happy with the quality, price, and quick delivery. Highly recommended.
Came quickly and installed easily! Happy with the purchase!
This product came quickly but I'm now waiting for someone that can figure out how to install them, the above review may help but the picture directions were of little help. I'm hoping that once they are installed they will be sturdy.
Exactly what was advertised and what I was looking for for my 2011 Honda Pilot. Easy to instal. Perfect fit. No road noise. Looks classy. Already used with other accessories and exactly what I needed. Thanks.
Ordered the crossbars for my 11 Pilot, perfect fit. Wish ASG sold luggage racks too! :)
Deliver fast and quality was great! Thank you!
Delivered really fast. Installed in just a few minutes on my Honda Pilot 2009. Read a review earlier that suggested using WD40 and rubber mallet during install and it worked perfectly (thanks to Str8-up D.R. from Bartow, FL). Would recommend to my friends. And a great price, too!
Excellent product. Easy install and great price. Exceeding my expectations. I justed a little teflon bike grease to slide the rails down into place. Would recommend to a friend.
These bars fit great on my 2011 Honda Pilot. Installation took about 30 minutes, but there are a few tricks. First, pry out the front of the rear cap on the end of the roof rail so it clears the tab holding the cap in place. Then, use a rubber mallet to tap the end cap off the back of the roof rail. Spray a little WD 40 on the ends of the crossbars and inside of the roof rails to help them slide easier. Make sure you loosen the thumb screws sufficiently. I used the rubber mallet to help them along as they slid into the slots of the side roof rails. Be patient and don't force them. Slide the end caps back on to the roof rails and tap them over the tab that holds them in place. I did not need the two screws that were provided to keep the end caps in place. The crossbars are sturdy and look great!
Very easy to install. Really prefer the height of this version over the OE style. been hauling two Kayaks with no problem