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Rangie110



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Netherlands 2011 Freelander 2 SD4 HSE Auto Baltic Blue
LR007220 roofrails

Hi Dan.
I'd like to buy a set of raised roof rails, car has the suroof, so the LR007220 is the correct one.
What's your price for this kit incl. VAT and shipping to Holland? 'per aspera ad astra'

Post #362737 30th Dec 2018 7:48 pm
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Total price including postage £306.00

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Rangie110



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Thats great Dan, thanks! I would love to have a set.
Will do the Paypall payment today Thumbs Up 'per aspera ad astra'

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Rangie110



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Done Thumbs Up send you a e-mail with my adress.
Thank you Dan! 'per aspera ad astra'

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Rangie110



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Rails are on the car Thumbs Up looks great Cool
Thank jou Dan. 'per aspera ad astra'

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Largered



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You could have, with a little engineering, placed a second (cut-down) aero cross bar, like the one at the back, towards the front.

I once did a similar build on a Freelander 1. In the photo below you can just make out the extra (front) aero cross bar.






This allows the fixing of a top box without using clamp-on cross bars.

. I use the FL2 for what it was made for. I spend 6mths/yr on a single road trip adventure.

Post #364215 20th Jan 2019 3:37 pm
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Rangie110



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I've got 2 original LR clamp on crossbars, i'd like to use the roofrails without the fixed crossbar, just don't know if this fixed crossbar is a must? 'per aspera ad astra'

Post #364219 20th Jan 2019 4:54 pm
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Largered



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This is a Freelander 1 .............. with special extended roof rails, (only available in USA [NAS]...) ...... and no fixed aero cross bar, only clamp-on cross bars.

What I am trying to compare is roof rails on both Freelander 1 and Freelander 2 without aero bar and with aero bar ?


. I use the FL2 for what it was made for. I spend 6mths/yr on a single road trip adventure.

Post #364221 20th Jan 2019 5:08 pm
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Rangie110



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Thanks for the picture!
Indeed i think it is not a must to use the rear fixed crossbar? might take it off and will see what happens Whistle 'per aspera ad astra'

Post #364229 20th Jan 2019 5:34 pm
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Largered



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Should you decide to remove the aero cross bar, make sure you plug the fixing holes, else water will get in and when frozen split the roof rail. Common problem on Freelander 1 3dr models.

. I use the FL2 for what it was made for. I spend 6mths/yr on a single road trip adventure.

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Rangie110



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That's a top tip! Thanks Thumbs Up 'per aspera ad astra'

Post #364236 20th Jan 2019 6:24 pm
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