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Mazda 5 Rooftop Cargo Carriers

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Rightline Gear Cargo Saddlebag Reviews


Just Right

Reviewed By Maureen S (Arlington Heights, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda 5 —1/5/2013 10:37 AM

We came across the saddlebag on our search for a roof rack carrier and we could not be happier we opted for this product. We needed extra storage to haul Xmas gifts and this was just right for the job. We have a Mazda5 and purchased the car clips as well. We got the new redesigned saddlebag with metal frame, we made a rounded corner plywood bottom like most review suggest, and by far it gave the bottom of the bag a sturdier surface to work with. Buy the bag, you wont regret it! Happy travels!

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Love it!!!!

Reviewed By Joseph M. B (Frankfort, IL) Reviewed for a 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander —8/31/2015 2:23 PM

We used the Thule to help move my son to college. It performed beautifully. Gave us the extra space we needed. We can't wait to use it for our two week trip to the Grand Canyon next year. Extra bonus is that our skis fit in the Thule so no need to purchase a ski rack. Love that!!! Also fast delivery. Perfect! ??

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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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