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Unread 12-04-2012, 12:34 AM   #1
boldd
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Inno Lowdown Crusier Box w/ Yakima Whisper Bar

I live in Edmonton, AB and in a condo with really low clearance. I have a 2011 Overland and after lowing it as low as possible I have 15" of clearance from the top of my rails to the underside of the garage door opening. I have measured the vehicle going in and out of the parked. It's when I leave that I have the lowest clearance of 15".

I want a box that I can leave on my vehicle while keeping in parked in the secure parkade. The only combination I have found that achieves this is the Yakima Whisper Bar along with the Inno Lowdown Cruiser. The Yakima Skybox Lopro is 2" too high.

ANyone have experience with Inno Racks and their boxes? They seem a bit flimsier than the Yakima but is only $50 cheaper. Seems like I have no choice as it's a fully enclosed box I want.

Thanks in advance!

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Unread 12-04-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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I've had the inno shadow 15 box on for a few months, no issues yet. I'm not sure what could go wrong unless i hit something with hit. No noticeable noise or anything. I've had the inno bike racks for a few years - they still work great. These are mounted on the mopar cross bars.
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Unread 12-04-2012, 08:12 PM   #3
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I've had the inno shadow 15 box on for a few months, no issues yet. I'm not sure what could go wrong unless i hit something with hit. No noticeable noise or anything. I've had the inno bike racks for a few years - they still work great. These are mounted on the mopar cross bars.
Thanks! I looked at the Shadow 15, but the Lowdown is a few inches lower so I need to be better safe than sorry when entering/exiting the parkade. And the Yakima Whisper Bar, just looks nice and is quite low to the roof too.
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Unread 07-24-2013, 02:19 PM   #4
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Hi, 2nd attempt to post. I don't know what happened to 1st attempt. I am wondering if Boldd purchased and installed the Inno Lowdown Cruiser for his 2011 Overland? I would like to purchase the Lowdown Cruiser for my 2014 GC and was hoping to get comments with regards to rear hatch or antenna interference, if any, and Inno box durability. I am assuming that the 2011 GC roof/hatch geometry is the same as the 2014 GC geometry. My wife and I take a six week ski trip to Park City UT every year in January, and Inno box durability is a concern since we are on a long road from South Florida and at times venture out off the black top on easy to moderate trails in Southern Utah. Thanks in advance.
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