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Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Toyota Tacoma

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Review of the Inno Roof Bike Racks on a 2015 Toyota Tacoma


Today on our 2015 Toyota Tacoma we'll be doing a test fit of the Inno Multi-Fork Lock Roof Bike Carrier. Part number INA392. Now we have a bike on our carrier and our carrier hooked to our vehicle. I'm jut going to show you a few features of it. Now the first feature I'm going to show you, this is a fork modern bike carrier. That's our engage. We're going to move towards the back.

We have a wheel center and a wheel cradle. With a nice strap that's holding it down. We're going to remove that first. Now we're going to come to the front. What you do is unlock our cover here. Pull back our got, that's our extra protection.

Disengage our skewer and loosen it up. Now we can move our bike. I'm going to take it off, set it off to the side. Now if you have any straps on your bike rack it's always good to go back and put them where they're supposed to be. So you don't lose them or damage them.

Do that first. While you're back here, you see that it's wide enough to fit pretty much any kind of size. Up to your mountain bikes and your road bikes. Now it does slide so if you ever need it for a bigger or smaller bike it can slide on the frame here. Now back here, I just wanted to show you .. Move this out the way first.

We have a universal holder. It's a nice rubber strap with a . Actually metal with a rubber coating covering it. It fits into a little slot back here. This cam lever actually loosens it and tightens it. If you need to turn it to loosen it and tighten it up it fits to the grooves. It pretty much fits around all your crossbars. Today we're using our arrow crossbar. Now we go to the front. In the front right here pretty much the same. We have our universal holder. Let's close all this up first. The same thing, the cam lever there. There it goes, it fits into that little slot there. It fits pretty much all around your crossbars. Today like I said arrow bars . You're using elliptical, square, or even the round bars too. That's going to complete our look at the Inno Multi-Fork Lock Roof Bike Carrier. That part number again is INA392, on today's 2015 Toyota Tacoma. Here it is on our test course. First is the slalom area which simulates side to side action. Like turning the corners or evasive maneuvers. Next are the alternate speed bumps. Which show you the twisting action, like hitting a pothole, road debris, or hitting a curb. Finally, we're at the solid speed bumps. Which show you up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out your driveway.