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GMC Terrain Rooftop Cargo Carriers

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Thule Pulse Cargo Box Reviews


A real plus for traveling.

Reviewed By Allan C (Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Terrain —10/30/2013 9:52 AM

Our GMC Terrian requires that we fold down one of the rear seats to carry my golf clubs,which is not the best so I can now carry them in our roof top cargo carrier.

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Surco Safari Roof Rack Reviews


Design and instructions could be better

Reviewed By Edmond P (Colchester, VT) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Terrain —1/2/2012 3:44 PM

The rack arrived when expected and was in perfect shape. The assembly instructions are poor at best, and the short strips for protecting the existing roof rails did not fit the cross rails correctly, unless I was trying to put them on wrong (instructions issue?), so I did not use them. I could not tighten the clamps enough to get the rack to really "grip" the existing roof rails to my liking without bending them. I had to use stacks of washers between the clamps and the bottom of the cross rails to keep them from bending. I've only had the rack on the vehicle for one week, but so far so good.

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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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