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Tsinoy 12-31-2011 01:35 AM

Snowboard RACKS
 
Do you guys think we can fit a snowboard rack on this bad boy?
Ex: Thule

old greg 12-31-2011 01:41 AM

:search:

"roof rack"

Tsinoy 12-31-2011 02:12 AM

lol. ok!

JERZgrl88 01-05-2012 01:23 PM

Good question, I'd so want one.

[M] 01-05-2012 03:10 PM

I only have one question for you and it is...


WHY!?

While I enjoy snowsports as well, theres no way I would ever take my baby up to the snow. The thought of the salt covered roads worries me, not to mention the horrid parking of Tahoe ski resorts...

But to contribute to the thread, its only a matter of time before you see racks available. Between Thule and Yakima chances are pretty good alone.

Tsinoy 01-06-2012 02:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by [M] (Post 107974)
I only have one question for you and it is...


WHY!?

While I enjoy snowsports as well, theres no way I would ever take my baby up to the snow. The thought of the salt covered roads worries me, not to mention the horrid parking of Tahoe ski resorts...

But to contribute to the thread, its only a matter of time before you see racks available. Between Thule and Yakima chances are pretty good alone.

i feel you bro. It's just that in Cali, there aren't that many snow on the mountain. So its all good! :) Just want to snowboard from time to time

Sparkplug 01-06-2012 08:01 AM

Take my RX-8 skiing about every other weekend. I clean it off after every trip, underside and all, and have never had a problem with corrosion. There are underbody sealants you can also use that help.

Just get some proper winter tires until you like to get out and push a lot.

JERZgrl88 01-06-2012 01:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by [M] (Post 107974)
I only have one question for you and it is...


WHY!?

While I enjoy snowsports as well, theres no way I would ever take my baby up to the snow. The thought of the salt covered roads worries me, not to mention the horrid parking of Tahoe ski resorts...

But to contribute to the thread, its only a matter of time before you see racks available. Between Thule and Yakima chances are pretty good alone.

Oh yeah so true I'd never drive that out to the mountain lol but it' good to know your options, yes?

Craikeybaby 01-09-2012 08:48 AM

With the rear seats folded flat you should be able to fit a snowboard inside the car.

velocity 01-09-2012 11:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sparkplug (Post 108344)
Take my RX-8 skiing about every other weekend. I clean it off after every trip, underside and all, and have never had a problem with corrosion. There are underbody sealants you can also use that help.

Just get some proper winter tires until you like to get out and push a lot.

Agreed!!

I lived in Salt Lake City for 2 years with my RX-8 and drove it up the canyons many times in snowy conditions. I never mounted a ski rack but saw quite a few RWD cars that had. Snow tires are a must!! It is night and day the difference (granted i'm comparing to the stock summer tires it came with).

BMWDAD 01-09-2012 01:24 PM

Do you think my road bike with the front wheel off will go into the trunk with the rear seats down?

iff2mastamatt 01-09-2012 02:51 PM

Rack city! Sorry I had to...


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