Reviewed By Dan H (INGLESIDE, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Equinox —5/26/2016 6:24 AM
...and the price is right
Reviewed By Kimberly D (Atlantic Beach, FL) —5/26/2016 12:59 AM
I ordered this basket to attach to my Thule aerobar roof rack to carry camping equipment. The mounting is very stable. We were able to carry five tents, three sleeping bags, one camp chair, two low chairs, a medium dry bag, and two tarps, all with room to spare. The Thule cargo net kept everything securely in place. I highly recommend this basket, especially for car (sedan) owners who occasionally need additional cargo space.
Reviewed By David K (South Setauket, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra —5/18/2016 7:24 AM
Originally purchased this to fly with it from NY to FL to help a friend move home intending to put this on the roof of his Honda Accord. The trip never happened but I am still happy to have it as I plan on using it for family trips on the roof of a Chevy Traverse. It looks good, stores folded up neatly and compact. Beats watching my neighbor always installing, removing & then storing his giant hardshell roof carrier which holds less than this will.
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