Smartfoot Technology works on the principle that "simplicity is good", which means changing vehicles can be as simple as only getting another fitting kit. Traditional roof racks are built to suit only one mount type so buying another car almost invariably meant buying a whole new roof rack and starting again from scratch. Not the case with Smartfoot. Smartfoot fitting kits are totally interchangeable and fit both through and flush styles. They simply plug in from the bottom and turn your roof rack into a completely new system for the cost of just another fitting kit. So does this interchangeability mean the fittings are less than optimum? No way, the fitting kits used in Smartfoot have been engineered for each specific vehicle to ensure a secure fit. Whatever vehicle you've got there is a Smartfoot fitting kit to suit. Thousands of fitting kits are available to plug into the Smartfoot system making your Prorack roof racks the most versatile roof rack in Australia. Has your vehicle got fixed points? No problem. Is it a clamp mount? No problem. What about gutters? No problem. All roof types are covered by Smartfoot Technology, and yes, even vehicles with roof rails. This flexibility can make your initial purchase go a whole lot further, from vehicle to vehicle as you update. Prorack with Smartfoot is a roof rack for life.
When you change vehicles you need new roof racks, right? Wrong. In many cases you will only need a new fitting kit and you can take your Prorack crossbars with you to the new vehicle. How does this work? Well say your current car is a BMW 3 Series 2008 sedan and you have an S6 S-Wing Flush mount and fitting kit K380. The problem is you've just fallen in love with the latest BMW 5 Series 2009 sedan and have gone and bought one. Now what happens with your Prorack S-Wing, can you take it with you? Of course you can, you jump online to check what roof racks you need and to your delight all you need is another fitting kit - K367!
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