Honda cr-v roof rack

r/CRV There's a table in the back!

2013.06.18 21:42 r/CRV There's a table in the back!

Honda developed their first in-house SUV and released it in Japan in 1995. It was brought over to North America at the 1996 Chicago Auto Show, and went on sale in February 1997. After four generations, it remains the perfect compact sport utility vehicle. You know it. The world knows it.

2012.02.20 22:11 kevan0317 Mazda3 Zoom-Zoom

Home of Mazda3, CX-3, CX-30, 323, and Protege. The answer is always Miata but sometimes you have to haul more than two people and a purse. Welcome to our Family.

2013.02.18 17:57 EnemyOfEloquence Honda Element discussion and mods!

A subreddit for Honda Element enthusiasts! The Honda Element was a compact crossover SUV based on a modified CR-V platform, manufactured in East Liberty, Ohio and offered in front-wheel and all-wheel drive formats in the United States and Canada from model years 2003 through 2011.

2023.05.30 06:14 Nudgewudge 2017 Civic EX-T clearcoat failure, respray or no?

2017 Civic EX-T cosmic metallic blue bought in December 2016, ~65k miles.
My civic's clearcoat has been in the process of failing for the past 2 1/2 years. Started as a spot on the roof, now has shown itself to cover the hood, roof, pillars, and trunk panel. Bumpers, antenna, trunk spoiler, lower body pieces are flawless, leading me to believe it is factory defect.
Spoke to Honda dealership early on and they stated it was already outside the warranty. VIN doesn't come back with any recalls. I was quoted $5600 for a full respray of the affected panels + doors.
Is it worth it to even consider paying that out of pocket or should I just salvage what I can on a trade in? The whole experience has really soured me on Honda paint.
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2023.05.30 05:21 s4rKRS Picked up a e92 roof rack for $75, just finished installing the back one

Picked up a e92 roof rack for $75, just finished installing the back one
$75 was a steal, all I need to do is drill new holes because the e46 is skinnier and then install it.
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2023.05.30 05:10 Easey03 Full size spare

Hey all,
I have a spider roof rack and currently running 235/75R15 tires. Planning to go down to 225.
Need a full size spare and need input on either attaching to my roof rack or getting a spare tire carrier.
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2023.05.30 05:09 chidi-arianagrande Budget Line Items

Husband and I are in baby step 3B/4/5 (we own a home but are saving to upgrade, ideally about $300,000 more), and we “have” a budget but aren’t very strict about it and in the last year since we had our baby we have fallen off the wagon a bit. As we work toward our goal to the down payment on a new home within the next 3 years, I think it’s time we have a more specific budget to follow so less falls through the cracks. We’ve been pretty lazy, and the more time I spend back in the TMMO world, the more I realize we can be doing a lot better. I’m not going full scorched-earth, rice-and-beans, but somewhere in-between being totally apathetic and also reaching our financial goals. (In all honesty, I 100% could go full gazelle-intense but my husband works a job he hates and if we cut our lifestyle back more than 10-20% he would go into a deep depression.) We weren’t using sinking funds before so I’m trying this out in June. I took averages for the last three months which is how I came up with these numbers.
Here’s the general outline of our new budget (we live in Bay Area, VHCOL). SF= sinking fund Take home pay- $11500 Mortgage- $4000 Gas/Electric SF- $150 (we have solar, in summer we pay like $40 but winter is higher) Water- $75 AT&T- $225 (2 phones. I’m aware this sucks, but paying them off early saves $0) Internet- $12 (husband’s job gives us $50/month so it’s really $62) Car Insurance- $58 Trash SF-$80 Subscriptions SF-$50 (we have Spotify and then rotate through 2 media subscriptions, currently HBO and STARZ which is under budget) Daycare-$1690 529 Savings- $200 (1 year old, we are 1 and done) Groceries- $1150 (includes household items, diapers, personal items like shampoo, food, and pet food/littemeds) Gas- $140 Home Improvement SF- $200 (we don’t spend even close to this amount but we will be doing stuff to the house before we sell, so this is savings) Eating Out/Entertainment/Stuff We Want but Don’t Need SF- $500 My personal money- $50 (I have a side hussle of “passive” income that makes a few hundred a month which is also part of my personal money. Husband insists it’s mine not ours.) Husband’s personal money- $300 Gifts SF- $125 Medical/Vet SF- $200 Travel SF-$200 Car maintenance and new car SF- $150 (husband thinks I’ll need to replace my 2012 Honda CR-V soon… nothing is wrong with it and I plan on running it into the ground, I couldn’t care less about vehicles, so I figure like 5+ years from now I’ll get another one) House savings: $2000
Looking for general input. Are my budget line items specific enough? Instead of sinking funds, does it make sense to just make a general savings account and take out whatever we need when necessary and delete those line items? Is it worth the effort to disaggregate the groceries to pet care and household and food? How muc should we really expect to spend on home improvements before selling?
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2023.05.30 05:09 hO97366e6 Does anyone have a 2014-2018 Mazda 3 and want an OEM roof rack?

I've tried selling for money and giving up and posting it for free on craigslist and mazda 3 forums. No bites. I really don't wanna toss it in the garbage. If you or someone you know has a mazda 3 and could use them please let me know. They will fit either a sedan or hatchback, but you will need to spend a few bucks to get new ditch guards that have holes in them for the rack mounting points.
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2023.05.30 04:45 GoodShark Removable roof racks for 2018 Durango?

I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with removable roof racks. I have a Durango, with a clean roof, nothing on it. And the family is expanding, and we need a bit more room for our travels.
My friend showed me some removable roof racks he got for his Golf, and said the place he did it had ones for Durangos. He can remove them in like 5 minutes, and put them back on in 5 as well.
I'd love to be able to get something that I could do that with, so I can have it when needed, and enjoy the clean look when I don't need it.
Anyone have an experience with something along these lines?
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2023.05.30 04:17 smalldikdik Used Car Help

Hi! I am in the market for a used suv. I currently drive a 2011 chevy Malibu, and I would like to upgrade as I have two dogs and lots of outdoor hobbies. :) So far, I have looked at, and considered, the Mazda CX-5, Subaru Forester, Toyota Rav-4, Honda CR-V. I want decent fuel economy, AWD, and space to haul more than what I can currently. Any guides are helpful! Each of those cars have their strengths for sure, I’m looking to spend 12-16k for a car. Let me know your thoughts! Thank you.
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2023.05.30 03:59 valazendez Roof rack 2014-2018 on CL

This is near Eugene Oregon if someone needs one. I'd hate to see it go to the trash. I need one but am too far away.
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2023.05.30 03:54 drcranknstein I need a little help with general workflow for designing a roof rack.

Like the title says, I could use a little guidance. I hope someone here is kind enough to give me a few pointers.
I want to design a roof rack for one of my RC crawlers. I intend to 3D print it. I've looked around for tutorials, and I'm just not finding anything that's at all helpful for me. I strongly prefer my how-to guides as bullet points, and that's pretty much impossible to find in the era of YouTube. I've looked at some of the FreeCAD documentation, and the main thing I've figured out is that I don't know enough to even really know how to go about finding out what I need to know.
What I'd like to do is lay out a bottom part of the rack with an outer frame and some cross pieces, add some height to it and make it sort of a basket/tray with a wall all the way around. After the basic tray is good to go, I want to add 4 mounting points and make sure there's a place to attach a light bar. I want it to be round rods so it looks like tubing.
I'm hoping someone can suggest a general step by step, maybe identify the specific tools I need to learn about. I feel like the Dodo workbench might be especially helpful, but I can't get enough of a start to figure anything out.
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2023.05.30 02:44 knell4558 Kayak mount to trailer question

Kayak mount to trailer question
I want to mount a kayak rack to each side of this 5x8 trailer. Are the roof mount racks best or does anyone have any ideas of best way to do that? I do want to mount the rack to each side so that the full trailer is still available for all camping gear.
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2023.05.30 01:53 Bobo_Baggins03x Wife is a high-mileage driver and needs an upgrade from her Civic. Should she get a smaller, brand new SUV or a used, slightly larger SUV?

My wife travels a lot for work. Could be upwards of 250km/day. Her mileage is covered so fuel consumption isn’t a big factor in her decision. What is? Her luxurious tastes. She loves her leather seats, pano sunroof, big infotainment screen, etc.
She would prefer a compact SUV, like a RAV4 or CR-V but we can’t stomach the new car price with all the options she wants. Thus, we’re looking at the used market. I’ve also tried to lean her towards the smaller Corolla Cross and HR-V as options.
She has eyed a loaded 2017 CR-V with 90,000km on it. I think it’s a great vehicle but am slightly sceptical about a significant investment in an upgrade that’s 6 model years old (Yes, I know it’s a Honda). By the time she’s paid it off, it will be 11 model years old. The dealership is offering her a price $3000 under market value in our area which does help.
If you were a high-mileage driver, would you pay more for a new vehicle with warranty that you will surely run through in 1-2 years, or would you look for a reliable, well maintained pre-owned vehicle?
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2023.05.30 01:44 cruck1000 How's this $38k OTD for a Honda CR-V EX-L BD look?

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2023.05.30 01:43 i_am_poopyhead need help finding a part

anyone know what yakima roof rack fits/works on a g35 coupe? part number pleaseeee!!! i’m tryna get a surfboard but need a roof rack first!
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2023.05.30 01:43 i_am_poopyhead need help finding a part

anyone know what yakima roof rack fits/works on a g35 coupe? part number pleaseeee!!! i’m tryna get a surfboard but need a roof rack first!
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2023.05.30 01:35 Redpeppa1 Good recommendations for a roof rack system for kayaks

I’m looking for a roof rack for a couple of ten foot kayaks. It would be awesome if they don’t need to block the freedom panels. Thoughts?
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2023.05.30 01:30 WhatWouldMuirDo Very flattering car review from Car Care Nut (a Toyota Mechanic)

Very flattering car review from Car Care Nut (a Toyota Mechanic) submitted by WhatWouldMuirDo to crv [link] [comments]

2023.05.30 01:23 Kildynn Trunk mounted bike rack recommendations

Need to get a bike rack and I'm not ready to get anything roof-mounted. What are your recommendations for a trunk-mounted bike rack that holds 2 bikes?
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2023.05.30 01:14 HondaDude420 Here’s my 2006 escape with my freshly install no boundaries roof rack

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2023.05.30 00:51 ToughSeaworthiness67 [H] Various Studio Series [W] PayPal, Studio series BB+ROTB

Currently looking to part with the figs in the link, as detailed below:
KSI Sentry: Complete, $30
DOTM Ratchet: silver touch ups+roof rack mod. missing gun, will update if found $30
SS 32 Optimus Prime: W/ DOTM chest. Silver touch ups+extended smokestacks $40
Clunker Bumblebee: complete, $30
DOTM Megatron: Complete $45
ROTF Sideswipe: Missing guns $20
ROTF Jolt: Complete $20
DOTM Soundwave: Complete, Red/blue touch ups $30
2009 ROTF Soundwave: missing missile $25
ROTF Starscream: Complete. Heavily customized to better resemble on screen appearance. $45
Shipping not included, but will bundle/discount for the purchase of multiple figures. All prices negotiable and offers are encouraged. For anyone determined enough to purchase the whole lot, I’ll do $200 for all 10 figs
I’d prefer PayPal, but I’m also looking for the following figures:
SS BB Soundwave+Ravage SS BB Starscream+Thundercracker SS ROTB Arcee, Cheetor, Battletrap, Scourge, Bumblebee
Willing to make a deal as far as trades go.
Thanks for looking!
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2023.05.29 23:39 Anonymiss313 Which minivan to get??

We currently only have one living child, but are hoping to have a total of 4 kids relatively close in age (~21ish months apart). I currently have a Honda CR-V and while it is okay for one kid, it is difficult to get his carseat out with the swing door, and there isn't much space if you need to fit additional humans in the backseat. We knew a minivan was in our future at some point, so we've started researching since my CR-V only has ~6,000 miles on it and has amazing trade in value. We're currently somewhere between a Honda Odyssey or a Toyota Sienna, but nobody in our family is a car person so we're stumped. Does anyone have a minivan that they love and would recommend for a (someday) 6 person family? Or a car that you would avoid? Thanks in advance!
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2023.05.29 23:30 khoafraelich789 Cheapest New Toyota Is 1 of the World’s Best-Selling Cars

Cheapest New Toyota Is 1 of the World’s Best-Selling Cars
Toyota has some of the most affordable cars available — and the cheapest one of all is the 2023 Toyota Corolla compact car. Available in sedan and hatchback versions, the Corolla is an excellent choice for budget-minded car shoppers. On top of that, the Corolla is one of the best-selling cars in the world.

2023 Toyota Corolla is the cheapest new Toyota car

With a starting price of $21,550 MSRP for the Sedan and $23,005 MSRP for the Hatchback, the 2023 Toyota Corolla is the cheapest new Toyota car in the United States. Following the Corolla, the next most affordable car in the Toyota lineup is the crossover SUV version of the Corolla, the 2023 Corolla Cross. It starts at $23,060 MSRP.

Here are the 10 cheapest new Toyota models:

2023 Toyota Corolla Sedan: $21,550 MSRP
2023 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: $23,005 MSRP
2023 Toyota Corolla Cross: $23,060 MSRP
2023 Toyota C-HR: TBD (2022 C-HR: $24,280 MSRP)
2023 Toyota Camry: $26,220 MSRP
2023 Toyota Prius: $27,450 MSRP
2023 Toyota Tacoma: $27,750 MSRP
2023 Toyota RAV4: $27,975 MSRP
2023 Toyota GR86: $28,400 MSRP
2023 Toyota Prius Prime: TBD (2022 Prius Prime: $28,770 MSRP)

While the 2023 Corolla is the cheapest Toyota model, as you can see, there are quite a few affordable vehicles from the Japanese automaker. You’d be hard-pressed to find another automaker that offers so many new cars with an MSRP below $30,000.

The Toyota Corolla is second only to the RAV4 as the world’s best-selling car

For many years, the Toyota Corolla was the best-selling car in the world. In 2021, though, the Toyota RAV4 supplanted the Corolla as the best-selling model. However, the sales total of the Corolla was still very high, for it took the second spot.

Here are the world’s 10 best-selling cars, as detailed by IOL:

Toyota RAV4: 1,132,000 units
Toyota Corolla: 1,104,000 units
Honda CR-V: 903,000 units
Nissan Sentra: 693,000 units
Toyota Camry: 681,000 units
Honda HR-V: 670,000 units
Ford F-150: 562,000 units
Toyota Hilux: 549,000 units
Tesla Model 3: 508,000 units
Honda Accord: 481,000 units
Toyota dominates the list of best-selling cars. Along with the Corolla and RAV4, the Camry midsize sedan and Hilux midsize pickup truck are in the top 10. The Camry took the fifth spot, while the Hilux placed eighth.

Why is the Corolla so popular?

In an age when sedans are dwindling in popularity, how does the Toyota Corolla buck this trend to be one of the best-selling cars in the world? Why is the Corolla so popular? For one, not only is the Corolla the cheapest Toyota model, but it’s also one of the most affordable vehicles in its class. Additionally, with its many standard features, the Corolla provides excellent value.

Also, the Corolla is very efficient. The fully gas-powered 2023 Corolla has an estimated gas mileage of up to 31 city/40 highway mpg, while the Corolla Hybrid has a fuel economy of up to 53 city/46 highway mpg.

Additionally, the Corolla is a reliable vehicle. It has a much-deserved reputation for durability and longevity. When properly maintained, a Corolla can last over 10 years. Also, in some cases, Corolla models have lasted over 300,000 miles. Plus, it has a good resale value.

Furthermore, the Corolla is a safe car. It comes standard with many safety and driving assistance technologies. Also, it earned the coveted IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award, the highest safety rating from IIHS.

Another contributing factor is the Corolla’s wide availability in most countries around the world. While the sales of some cars are limited to only one country or a small handful of markets, the Corolla is sold nearly everywhere.

The 2023 Toyota Corolla is the cheapest new Toyota model — and second only to the RAV4 as the world’s best-selling car. Given all that the Corolla has going for it, there’s no reason to think that the popularity of the Corolla won’t continue.

Source: motorbiscuit
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2023.05.29 23:25 dsnymarathon21 5 passenger vs 7/8 passenger SUV?

Looking for advice as I don’t have any friends (and little frame of reference from family) on this decision.
I’ve got a 1 year old daughter and a baby on the way this year. Wife and I are only having 2 kids. We will have 2 rear facing car seats for at least a year.
Got a budget of $50-60k. Having an extremely hard time deciding on whether or not we need the 3rd row seating in a vehicle. I understand that you can fold down the seats for extra cargo.
For those with 2 young babies or toddlers, what did you decide and why?
Right now we are looking at a Honda pilot and a VW Atlas. They are both around $45-50k.
If we can live with 5 passenger, then we may either save some money or get a nicer car that will hopefully last 10-15 years.
I just don’t know if I really need 3rd row or not.
Would look into buying one of those roof top carriers with a 5 passenger SUV
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