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Universal Soft Car Roof Rack Luggage Bars-Tooled-Up £9.99 Delivered
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Posted 24th Aug

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For transporting loads of up to 80kg on top of your vehicle.
Kincrome Universal Fit 'N' Go roof racks are suitable for use with most cars on the market, from compact two-seater urban vehicles up to larger four wheel drives
They are designed to be quick and easy to install, and will fit most 2,3,4 and 5 door cars with the exception of soft-top convertibles.
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johnszi2324/08/2019 20:15

Strap will get soaked during rain and water ingress into cabin


Could it drown the occupants?
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Strap will get soaked during rain and water ingress into cabin
£8.95 delivery
johnnypanic24/08/2019 20:26

£8.95 delivery



Delivery was free when I ordered one...... just before posting.
Bought though Paypal (after free delivery was auto-selected ) £9.99
Edited by: "SunbeamS7" 24th Aug
johnszi2324/08/2019 20:15

Strap will get soaked during rain and water ingress into cabin


Could it drown the occupants?
Ordered thanks hope it's not a miss price and gets cancelled
flatlander24/08/2019 20:44

Ordered thanks hope it's not a miss price and gets cancelled



Just had a confirmation email (took 30 mins) ...order confirmed & dispatch details.
Have used them a good few times in the past and this deal was sent in their email promotion today.
Not sure if this would end up leaving a crease or a dent in the roof panel.
Cheers ordered.. Had to order via visa.. Did not work with PayPal payment
Rated up to 80kg and they've got a 150kg ladder in the image!
LesD24/08/2019 21:00

Rated up to 80kg and they've got a 150kg ladder in the image!


The ladder's rated to carry 150 Kg you joker !
LesD24/08/2019 21:00

Rated up to 80kg and they've got a 150kg ladder in the image!


:/ want another go at that one?
scottydoobuy24/08/2019 21:35

just ordered with free delivery ??


He's in NI.
I keep telling people who moan about it to move to the mainland.
Ordered via PayPal
phishwak24/08/2019 21:30

The ladder's rated to carry 150 Kg you joker !


Oh yeh...ooopppsss!
Tooled up Store on Amazon have it also for £9-99 with free delivery so hardly think its a misprice I just typed in Kincrome FIT N GO Roof Rack in Amazon Search and it came up
Edited by: "Ralph888" 24th Aug
johnszi2324/08/2019 20:15

Strap will get soaked during rain and water ingress into cabin


Think that will be the least of your problems using this.
casvanick24/08/2019 22:15

Ordered via PayPal


I thought my order bugged up because of an error.. But I have now double booked lol (bought twice)
Wouldn't like using this with building materials and timbers . Doesn't look safe
GAVINLEWISHUKD24/08/2019 21:53

He's in NI. I keep telling people who moan about it to move to the …He's in NI. I keep telling people who moan about it to move to the mainland.


No way, rather pay the £8.95, than do that It's only annoying, because most of the time, it doesn't cost the vendor any more to ship to NI.
johnnypanic25/08/2019 00:09

No way, rather pay the £8.95, than do that It's only annoying, because …No way, rather pay the £8.95, than do that It's only annoying, because most of the time, it doesn't cost the vendor any more to ship to NI.


It costs more with every delivery company apart from Royal Mail which is subsidised by us mainlanders. You can't think putting it on a lorry, then on a ship and finally another lorry doesn't cost more to do?

Well I invited you over and you said no. Besides you can afford the £8.95 costs as your housing is super cheap.

I'm sure we can afford the loss of 2% of GDP and dissolve the UK and become Great Britain. If this appeals to you speak to your MP.

But in all honesty £8.95 postage on a £9.99 product is a little steep.
Liquidsky24/08/2019 20:56

Not sure if this would end up leaving a crease or a dent in the roof panel.




With thickness of metal they use these days?....I would say yes,you can feel some car roofs pushing inwards by just washing or polishing them lol,might be ok if you positioned them where the roof cross members are...I think I'd buy proper bars rather than fix my roof.
I'd love to know how they worked out 80kg,did they try every make and model of car in the country...I'd take a chance with a few lengths of light timber, plastic guttering or copper pipe but not much else.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 25th Aug
phishwak24/08/2019 21:30

The ladder's rated to carry 150 Kg you joker !


criky you'd never mess with the window cleaner that used 150 Kg ladders!
BattleBeast125/08/2019 02:57

With thickness of metal they use these days?....I would say yes,you can …With thickness of metal they use these days?....I would say yes,you can feel some car roofs pushing inwards by just washing or polishing them lol,might be ok if you positioned them where the roof cross members are...I think I'd buy proper bars rather than fix my roof.I'd love to know how they worked out 80kg,did they try every make and model of car in the country...I'd take a chance with a few lengths of light timber, plastic guttering or copper pipe but not much else.


Good that we have people like you doing hypothetical theorising rather than actual testing by the people who make the product. It's a spread weight, you'll be fine
Edited by: "Jinkz" 25th Aug
Jinkz25/08/2019 09:42

Good that we have people like you doing hypothetical theorising rather …Good that we have people like you doing hypothetical theorising rather than actual testing by the people who make the product. It's a spread weight, you'll be fine


Spread weight on what?...sheet metal at most 1mm thick?....seeing you can't read I did say they might work if positioned where the roof cross members are....I wonder why all these car manufacturers waste their time putting mounting points on cars for roof racks/bars?....maybe they know the actual roof panel isn't strong enough....I suppose you tie a rope to your plastic bumper for towing lol.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 25th Aug
My experience with similar product (northcore) transporting surfboards

- It will ruin the rubber door sills if you use it regularly (20+ times on a 2012 car in my case).
- If it rains the straps will drip inside the car a small amount.
- they can be incredibly loud if the straps slap against the roof. Can be easily fixed by tieing a bandana a few times where the straps make contact to cushion it.
- the pads and thus the load can shift about laterally sometimes
- it never dented the roof, as the pads are strapped independently of the load.

All in all though it did a great job. With and extra ratchet strap + some cheap pipe lagging as permanent cushioning for points of contact it was totally silent and super secure, even at 70+ mph in strong winds with a 7ft load. Only thing I'd say is it's not a long term solution due to damaging door seals + the faff of setting it up.
LesD24/08/2019 21:00

Rated up to 80kg and they've got a 150kg ladder in the image!


if a ladder weighed 150kg id doubt that you'd need someone stood at the bottom holding it for you, also if it fell on top of anything it'll pretty much obliterate it to smithereens

speaking of smithers

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Liquidsky24/08/2019 20:56

Not sure if this would end up leaving a crease or a dent in the roof panel.


I had a similar (different brand) a few years ago. Didn't dent but did microscratch the sheen off the paintwork
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