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Reese Explore Hitch Cargo Carrier Bag Review

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Review of the Reese Explore Hitch Cargo Carrier Bag


Speaker 1: Today, we'll be taking a look at and showing you to install, the Reese Explore Hitch Cargo Carrier bag, part number: PS63604.This is a water-resistant cargo bag that holds up to 15 cubic feet of gear and it's perfect for your hitch cargo carrier in your truck bed or on your roof-mounted cargo carrier. It would be great for carrying luggage sporting equipment, camping gear or other large items.The cargo bag is made out of a heavy-duty vinyl construction, so it's going to protect your cargo from sun, rain, dirt and road debris; and the bag is going to resist punctures or tears. The hook-and-loop closures are going to hold our bag closed, and the welded seams of our zippers are going to prevent moisture from getting into our bag.The bag attaches to our cargo carrier using six adjustable, durable straps. If you don't have raised rails on your carrier, our bag is going to include six rings, which we can attach our straps to and secure those to the holes on our walled cargo carriers.The bag itself is going to measure 59 inches long by 18-and-a-half inches wide by 24 inches tall and have 15 cubic feet of space. The attached zippers are going to open up on three sides of our bag, allowing us to gain access inside our cargo bag. We do have the option to add on a small padlock, which is available at etrailer.com, to secure your gear inside and prevent theft and tampering.The Reese Explore Cargo Bag also folds up for compact storage.

This will be great inside your trunk, hatch or inside your garage. Now, that we've gone over some features, we'll show you how we secure this to our cargo carrier.We're going to start by taking the shorter end of our strap around our rail, feeding our strap through the top and then down through the bottom. We'll pull our strap through, but we don't want to tighten it up all the way since we still have to secure the top.Here at the top, we're going to secure our strap to the top buckle the same way we did the bottom. We'll tighten down both the top and bottom strap, then we'll repeat that same process for all our other straps. I would suggest tucking in or tying up the excess strap so they don't fly around when driving down the road.That's going to be our completed look at the Reese Explorer Hitch Cargo Carrier Bag, part number: PS63604..


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