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Curt 19x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2005 Honda Odyssey

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Review of the Curt 19x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2005 Honda Odyssey


Today on our 2005 Honda Odyssey we will be test fitting the aluminum CURT folding cargo carrier. That's part number C18100. Now its dimensions are 19 by 60 and it has a max capacity of 500 pounds, and it's for 2" only. We can go ahead and start by loading our shank into our receiver. We'll line our pinholes up. Once we get those lined up we'll go ahead and take our pin and clip.

This cargo carrier doesn't come with a pin and clip. You can find it on our website at etrailer.com, part number PC3. Then we can go ahead and take a few measurements. Let's go ahead and start with our nearest point. Looks like it's going to be about right here. That's about an inch away from our rear hatch.

Overall we've added about 6" to our vehicle. For our ground clearance, 9-1/2" right here. We're going to go ahead and lower this down. The way you do that is you come over to this pin and clip, pull the clip, remove the pin, and fold it down. Once you get that folded down, go ahead and replace that pin and clip and that will hold it in place.

By folding it down our nearest point is now 6-1/2" from our bumper. Overall we've added 26-1/2" to our vehicle. Our ground clearance back here is 13-1/2". We'll go ahead and open our rear hatch, check our breakover point. That's going to be right about 14-1/2" before our rear hatch breaks over our cargo carrier. One last thing I'd like to point out is that our exhaust exits right here on the passenger side.

That's right about 15" away from our carrier. We just want to be aware of that when we're carrying any heat-sensitive materials. That's going to complete our test fit of the aluminum CURT folding cargo carrier, part number C18100, on our 2005 Honda Odyssey. Let's see how that carrier did on our test course. This is our test course. Let's start with the slalom. This shows side to side action such as turning corners or evasive maneuvering. Then onto our alternating speed bumps. This shows twisting action such as hitting curbs, potholes, road debris, or uneven pavement. Last of all, the solid speed bumps. This shows up and down action such as driving through a parking lot or parking garage, or driving in and out of a driveway. .


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