Question as per title. I have a 2009 i30cw / wagon / estate / tourer depending what country you live in. It has no roof rails, and no mount points for bars like the hatch does.
If i want to attach a roof rack, i have to use those ones that clamp the edge of the door frame which works but isn't as clean looking.
If i was to find rails at a wreckers, could i somehow detach the guttering thats used on my current one and replace/modify it to fit the rails? Might sound a bit crazy but thought i'd ask.
I've read a few threads on how they are attached but they just show the bolts. I need to figure out the bit that those bolts would actually attach to.
If not, does anyone know where you can get a cheap door frame mounting kit for this? They are very expensive.
I'm looking for:
-Prorack/Whispbar K413 mount, then S4 or S16 bar
-Thule Fitting mount 1695, then Foot 754 (old 750), then Bar 969, 969200, or 769
Or assuming the American Elantra Touring wagon is the same,
-Thule Fitting mount 1478, then foot 480, then a standard thule bar
-Yakima fitting mount Q99, then foot Q Tower, then standard yakima bars
-Maybe prorack/whispbar k328 but im unsure on this one
Feet and bars are easy to find. The mounts are model specific so not so much.