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Looking for more, but here are a few of some current set ups. I have all Yakima products as I have enjoyed their durability and reliability.

For the roof:
Yakima Raptor Aero
Yakima JayLow Kayak racks
Yakima PowderHound

For the hitch:
Yakima 4 bike hitch rack (unsure of name)
 

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Saw a quote for replacement pads and rotors for one of these and it was over 3k$

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Brembos aren't​ the cheapest, but are really easy to swap pads on, and rotors are about a difficult as regular disc brakes. You will always pay significantly less replacing these items yourself.

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Brembos aren't​ the cheapest, but are really easy to swap pads on, and rotors are about a difficult as regular disc brakes. You will always pay significantly less replacing these items yourself.

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That was just for the parts for the new 8 piston brakes on the sti.

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Rhino Rack bars to hold my spare wheel as my new tires are too big to fit in the back (BFG 225/70/16's)


Just curious, I am looking at the Vortex bars with the SX legs, but have a naked roof and will be getting the SSD Roof Rails. Those are 1.5 inch round tubes, do you think the SX legs will fit securely on those SX legs?
 

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I tried just the RockyMounts Bike carriers on the Subaru factory crossbars but did not trust the factory crossbars and they flexed and walked back to much so I bought the RockyMounts crossbars and all is well and they lock! I used the Flagstaff Towers with 47" Ouray Crossbars and Red Brass Knuckle Bike Racks. They are solid and I can always find my Forester in a parking lot :smile2:
How's the wind noise situation with these on?

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