Hi, I'm a long-time lurker, first-time poster. SSC75, your Sienna looks great! I saw you mentioned that your fog lights are Morimoto, but I'm curious about the LED bar (and other lights) you have mounted to your front bumper... How are they mounted, brands, etc?? I'm soon to buy the Journey's lift and will be making some additions to the family ski/camping/all purpose minivan. Thank you for any help!DoubleO
I had the guys at RACK N ROAD outfitter in Sacramento CA custom install the front bar for me. It is a universal foot drilled directly into the roof and can accommodate either a Yakima or Thule foot pending what brand u want. The cross bar is either Yakima or Thule whisper aero bar that comes out to edge on front doors. I didn’t want head injury getting in and out of sienna w sienna at stock non-lifted height. But now with the 3.5 inch lift, the longer bars will not be of any issues. the front bar is a must if you want to maximize roof Realestate. Make sure you do a test fitment run with the front bar position before drilling. The front bar will sit pretty low with most of the existing feet on the market and will not allow your sunroof to open. I would look for the tallest foot for the front bar.
i used long Thule bars for the back. Incorporated into the factory luggage roof rack. The front set up is designed for long skis and Snowbaords/bikes is needed. The rear bars are closed together for my daughters boards and skis. They also accommodate snow shoes when we go snow camping/trekking etc. I don’t put anything that can fly around inside in the back. I also used rhino rack MaxTraxx adapters to mount a side mounted ski carrier for quick carry of poles or a single board when I’m on my own. Very convenient.
I’ve had that system for on for 5+ years. No issues. 185,000 miles without any rattling or failure. Gas mileage efficiency is same. Factory says 18.5 miles per gallon. My cars reader says 17.5. Not too bad.
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