Reviewed By Chad H (ZACHARY, LA) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —3/18/2015 5:56 AM
Installation was much easier than expected took around 2 hours from start to finish. Would buy again for my next truck without question.
Reviewed By Paul M (LITTLE ROCK, AR) Reviewed for a 2011 Land Rover LR4 —12/26/2014 7:18 AM
Easy to install. Took about 30-45 min by myself to install. We can open the upper part of our hatch without tilting the box away. And also we can open the bottom half of the hatch completely when tilted. All pieces and tools were included. All lights and hookups work great. Holds a lot more than it would appear. We can get about 3 rolling luggage bags inside. Looks great on the car and the locks work great as well.
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