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Front Fairing - Transit Low Pro Roof Rack

Regular price $185.00 Save $-185.00


The front fairing for Transit vans is designed to mount to our Low Pro Series Roof Racks and it's a great finishing piece for your rack. Fairings are designed to reduce wind noise and drag, as well as improving fuel economy. 

It features a classic fairing look - made out of Steel and powder-coated black. This piece mounts easily to the front of the first crossbar and the sides of the Low Pro. We recommend connecting the fairing to the cross bar on the ground as it's easiest to put the T nuts in on the fairing and slide it into the extrusion then tighten everything down. Then attach to the side rails and you're set. 

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Ted K.

Front Fairing - Transit Low Pro Roof Rack

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daniel h.

Attached a Dometic 9500 awning to it. Worked great.

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Joe R.
Front Fairing

The fairing works great. I had a 52" light bar on the front with a lot of wind vibration. I put the fairing on and moved the light to the top of the 8020 bar and that solved the problem. Great product!

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Patrick L.

Front Fairing - Transit Low Pro Roof Rack

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Andrew S.
Fairing for Transit Low Pro

Easy to install with one person. Helps with noise.

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John B.
Big improvement in wind noise

Without the fairing, wind noise caused by the channels in the extruded aluminum cross bars is pretty annoying/stressful. After we installed the fairing, we didn’t notice any wind noise at all. Great purchase. Main feedback/heads-up: install the cross bar onto the fairing first. Then attached whole unit to side rails. In order to tighten down the screws, you’ll need to use a Vice grip or pliers to hold an Alan bit to tighten the screws in the tight space between the folds of the fairing.