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Chrysler PT Cruiser Roof Cargo Bags

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Rightline Gear Sport 1 Car Top Carrier Reviews


Moving

Reviewed By Randall B (BLUFFTON, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser —10/7/2012 2:57 AM

I needed extra space for a move of approx.925 miles.T.his worked great,i hit a lot of rain and everything stayed dry.It did what it was supposed to do.My car does not have a roof rack and it never moved.No skid pad worked great.Good investment.Randy

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Thule Interstate 869 Cargo Bag Reviews


Don't Hesitate, This Thing Rocks

Reviewed By Matthew F (LANGHORNE, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Mazda CX-9 —8/27/2015 8:56 AM

I bought the Thule Interstate 869 Cargo Bag for a 600 mile trip to Maine. It easily held four duffle bags of clothes, a hiking backpack, and several pairs of shoes for our family of five. It performed like a champ - kept everything nice and dry despite intermittent showers here and there, made very little road noise, and still looks brand new. I could not recommend this bag more highly. Nice design and look, exceptional quality, huge size, good price. What more do you want?

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Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier Reviews


Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier

Reviewed By Eric B (Warren, NJ) —8/27/2015 4:24 AM

It's a good product that's constructed well against the elements. It's easy to install and stow away. Note: The carrier is unstructured so you have to load items towards the from and put a filler behind it such as blanket or towels. Also, the carrier tended to slide backwards due to shifting and wind (my setup rested on the roof) so a skid resistant mat would help, appox. $20. For added security, use a lightweight cable lock that threads through the zipper pulls and secures to roof rack.

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