WTB-Cargo Cross Bars

Discussion in 'Prime Accessories and Modifications' started by jburke313, Mar 30, 2017.

  1. jburke313

    jburke313 Member

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    Hoping to pick up my new Prime Advanced tonight! Looking forward to diving into the tech and figuring it all out, and not diving into my wallet every week for fuel. I am considering adding cargo cross bars for ski trips and was going to call Toyota for the price. But I thought I would see if anyone on here got them packaged with their car and didn't want them. I am in Massachusetts.
     

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  2. ct89

    ct89 Active Member

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    I happen to have recently acquired a new Prius Prime. It came with cross-bars but I am leaning towards not installing them.
    They are new and still in the box straight from the dealer. PM me if interested in acquiring them.
     
  3. Salamander_King

    Salamander_King Senior Member

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  4. jburke313

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    Thanks, ct89, the bars are exactly as described. Glad it worked out. Thanks also, Salamander_king, but I am all set now.
     
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  5. ytilotia

    ytilotia New Member

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    I just received new 2019 Prius Prime and want to know what cargo bars (other than Toyota) are available. I need ones that are flat across the top as I am going to experiment with adding a rigid solar array to charge an aux battery.
    Thanks in advance.
     
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