Not only does a fairing help in reducing noise that comes from driving against the wind, but it also helps with fuel efficiency.
Anything you put on the outside of your vehicle will result in a noticeable amount of noise while driving. You may not recognize it, but even crossbars from a ski rack or an empty roof basket create a barrier against the wind that will make some annoying sound or noise.
Wind deflectors/fairings will help to enhance your vehicles aerodynamics to help cut through the wind while driving, creating less drag. By decreasing your vehicles drag you will increase your mpg's that will help pay for the fairing you're about to purchase.
If you'd like to learn more, download the following report on "The Effect of a Vehicle Cargo Rack Fairing on Sound Levels and Speech Intelligibility Within the Vehicle Cabin".
All custom fairings come with a one-year limited warranty, a set of universal mounting hardware designed to fit most, if not all racks, cross-bars, and vehicle roof mounting systems, and instructions on how to install your new fairing on to your roof rack or cross bars.
Mounting kits for T-Track 80/20 systems sold separately. Visit our parts page to purchase!
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Measure in between your roof rack rails to get the width of the fairing needed.
If your vehicle doesn't have side rails, measure in between your roof rain gutters.
Large fairings will fit on vehicles without side rails or between rails 43" or wider.
Medium fairings will fit on vehicles without side rails or between rails 35" or wider.
Small fairings will fit on vehicles without side rails or between rails 34" or less.
For additional assistance in measuring please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can walk you through the correct steps ensuring you get the perfect size custom fairing.