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Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier Reviews


Over 3,000 miles

Reviewed By David R (Buhl, ID) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Impala —7/2/2013 7:47 AM

Went from Idaho to Missouri, and through Texas, on the way home. Heat was the main factor - over 100. Drove 70 mph most of the way. One rain storm, no problem. Bugs wash off easily - just hose & rag, and it is clean. Took it off every night. Easy and quick. The biggest problem is, as stated in your material - that bag must be full, or use bungies to secure loose corners. Make sure straps are fairly tight. Suggest 1 inch boards for inside frame, well sanded with no sharp corners.

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Rhino-Rack Roof Mount Cargo Basket Reviews


High-quality rack!

Reviewed By Greg K (Holtsville, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Tahoe —5/16/2015 6:16 AM

Installed the basket 2 weeks ago. Assembly was a breeze and the materials are of very high quality. Very stable mounting on OEM cross bars. Some wind noise at speeds over 50 mph but that is to be expected. Looks great on Tahoe. Highly recommended cargo net with tight weave and you're all set. Would highly recommend this basket.

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Thule 682 Sidekick Roof Cargo Box Reviews


You'll need four hands.

Reviewed By LJ G (New York, NY) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Highlander —8/30/2015 10:43 AM

I consider myself a handy guy. I've assembled IKEA bunk beds, hung blinds, built stairs, cabinets. The Sidekick looked like a piece of cake. However, the instructions are in need of another go-round. Make the pictures bigger, Thule!! Also, to assemble the top piece to the bottom piece you really do need another person to help line up the hinges with the attaching hardware. That or turn yourself into The Rubber Band Man. Once the Sidekick is put together things get a tad easier.

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