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Inno Custom Fit for XS200, XS250, and INSU-K5 Roof Rack Feet by Inno (Roof Rack)
Inno Aero Aluminum Load Bars - Black - 48" Long and 51" Long by Inno (Roof Rack)
Inno Through Feet for Aero Crossbars - Naked Roofs - Qty 4 by Inno (Roof Rack)
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Speaker 1: Today, on our 2014 Volkswagen Passat, we're gonna be test-fitting the Inno aero roof rack system. As you can see, these crossbars have a nice aerodynamic shape to them, so it's gonna cut down on wind noise and drag while you're driving. Seeing this rubber strip up here is gonna let us know we can utilize T-track accessories while we have this installed. You would simply just take off this end cap, and instead of having to remove the rubber strip, like in a lot of systems, you simply just push down right there, insert whatever accessory you might have, and it simply just slides across into place. So there's no cutting involved, you don't have to repurchase any type of rubber strip. Works just like that.
And then you put your end cap on, and then you're ready to go.Down here, we're gonna see that we have a nice lock system that comes with a set of keys for security purposes, for those times when you wanna make sure that no one else can remove your roof rack except for you. You could simply just insert your key, unlock it, and it comes off like that. We're gonna see in our feet kit, there's gonna be a tightening bolt right here that tightens our rubber-coated hook from fit kit under our doorjamb, and clamps it to the roof of the vehicle. Down here with our fit kit, we're gonna have a rubber-coated hook and this nice rubber padding under our Inno Through Feet, and that's gonna help protect the door frame and the top of our vehicle from any type of scratches or abrasions while we're driving.How you put the end cap back on, we have these two hooks right here, and we're simply gonna latch those on right there, fold it up, once it clicks like that you can just lock it right up, and you're ready to hit to hit the road.How we got our front bar in place, was we measured from the center of the doorjamb to the center of our crossbar. And we measured the same length on both sides, and you can find this measurement in your instructions.
We're gonna take a look at the second part of a kit now, and show you everything that's gonna come with it, as long as the rear crossbar, partially assembled.As you can see, we have the other part of our fit kit right here, we have our other through feet, along with the little bracket systems that's gonna come with it. We have our two tightening tools for two different areas of assembly. Then, of course, our end caps for our feet. End cap for the bar. And our set of keys.We have our longer crossbar here, which is gonna be 51 inches.
It's partially assembled. I'll show you guys how we're gonna fully assemble it.We're first gonna turn it over, like so. First thing you gotta do is grab this little metal bracket piece wrapped in plastic. We're gonna pull out this piece right here, in it's original position, is gonna be like this. We're simply gonna pull it out all the way like that.
We're gonna come up under it and insert our bracket, making sure that this little open part is facing the outside, like so. Once you do that, you can slide it right back in. We're gonna pull it all the way back here. When it stops like that, we're gonna come to this little piece and push it in, and then push this slider right all the way in like that.When I'm gonna come up to our other feet, we're gonna grab it and take our rubber pad, and attach it right here. You're gonna see these little notches. Simply insert right there. We're simply just gonna put that on and press down until it's clamped on there like so. From there, we're gonna take our feet, we're gonna take this little part here,