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Curt Roof Basket Cargo Bag Review

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Review of the Curt Roof Basket Cargo Bag


Today we'll be looking at and showing you how to install the Curt cargo bag for roof baskets. Part number C18221. The Curt cargo bag is a perfect solution for carrying your gear outside of your vehicle, freeing up space on the inside. It's also going to protect your gear. It's great for any gear from camping gear, sporting equipment, or luggage. Our cargo bag is going to unzip at the front, side, and to the back for easy access when loading and unloading our gear. This roof bag with work with any cargo basket that measures at least, 59 inches long by 34 inches wide like our Curt cargo basket with extension.

The Curt bag is made out of a heavy duty vinyl fabric that will resist tears and punctures, and also block UV rays protecting your gear. The welded seams are going to prevent any leakage into our bag. And the flap with a hook and loop is going to help keep any dirt or moisture out of our zipper. Thick straps help secure our bag to our cargo basket. And the strap keepers at the top, make sure we have a nice secure fit. The Curt cargo bag can easily be folded up when not in use, for compact storage. The Curt cargo bag is going to measure at 59 inches long by 34 inches wide, by 18 inches tall.

And the straps are going to measure, eight and 7/8 feet long, by one inch wide. Has 21 cubic feet of storage space, and doesn't have a weight capacity. You just want to double check your vehicles owners manual to make sure your roof can withstand the maximum weight of the carrier, all your cargo, and a roof rack. Now that we've gone over some features, we're gonna show you how to get this installed. Now we found it easier to load up our bag, then install it onto our basket. We're going to get an extra set of hands to help us with this.

We'll place our bag into the center of our basket, and we're ready to tie it down. We're going to take one of our straps with the two buckles all the way up through the top loop here at the corner. Now we have each of our buckles at two different points on our basket. We're going to take our strap attached to the one end, feed that through, we can tighten that up. The same thing here at the other buckle. Feed our strap through. Now we'll tie up our excess from each strap.

Now we're ready to repeat the same process for our other straps. And that's going to be our completed look at the Curt cargo bag for roof baskets. Part number C18221.


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