Find your roof type
In order to choose the correct fittings / towers / clamps to your car, you need to know what type of roof your car has.
This is not listed in the vehicle registration document or possible to find out in any other way than by looking at your car roof.
Once you have checked this, you we can figure out what kind of setup is the best fit for your car.
Theese are the 7 main roof types
Raised Side Rails
Two rails run parallel to the doors. There is a gap between the roof and the rail where you can slide in your hand.
Flush Side Rails / Low Roof Rails
Many modern cars with roof rails have this type of rails. The rails run parallel to the doors. There is no gap between the rails and the roof, and impossible to slide your hand underneath.
Attachment points for roof racks, that are usually hidden by plastic covers or plastic plugs.
Tracks / Channels
Metal Channels or slots normally C-Shaped that run parallel to the doors. Tracks can be Original or installed aftermarket. Cars with naked roofs can get aftermarket channels installed to fit Dropracks.
Metal ridges running along the top of the doors on either side. The Ridge slightly sticks out from the side of the vehicle.
Crossbars and side rails that came pre installed with the vehicle or dealer. Normally theese can be removed, and Dropracks installed to side rails.
A bare roof with no attachment for roof racks. To install Dropracks on such vehicles, we recommend using a rack outfitter and install Tracks / Channels or similar.