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I can't answer the question definitively without dragging my bag down from the attic and stuffing it with something. But using the top of my SUV as a template, I estimate the dimensions of the bag (when full) to be 40" x 36" x 18". And that must be a fairly accurate WAG because the volume of the bag using those numbers is exactly 15 cubic feet.
Dec 19, 2012 by TW Flash
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It works on cars without roof racks at all so I believe it will work on yours. I used it on a Subaru without railings no problem.
Jul 21, 2013 by Michael Donlin
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After 10 days on the road there were a couple of kids I wouldn't have minded stowing in it. ;)
Jun 5, 2012 by ScooterJ
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Not sure, but you definitely need luggage racks on your roof to even try. If you do, take the product dimensions and measure your rack. Note that since this is a "bag" and not a hardshell, it is adaptable to fit into a little smaller space if needed.
Jun 28, 2013 by SJC
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Yes. We have a Honda CRV with no roof rack. I ran the attached straps through the sunroof and the hatchback door. I purchased the recommended 2 tie down straps and ran them through the rear passenger doors and over the top of the roof bag. Worked like a charm.
Jul 27, 2013 by Robert
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The straps are if enough to use through the doors but I'm not sure how it would perform without a rack to stabilize it.
Jul 21, 2013 by B_D
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does it fit tahoe Jul 15, 2013
Not sure. I don't think there will be a problem as long as you have the cross bars on the roof rack.
Jul 15, 2013 by Neil Ewing
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No but you only have to unsecure one side or 2 sets of straps to get in. It's pretty easy.
Jul 15, 2013 by Benito
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If it's got a luggage rack and you can fit at least 2 standard sized suitcases laid side by side across the top and between the rails, the cargo bag will fit.
Jul 12, 2013 by BCW
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I'm pretty sure you have to have a luggage rack as it has to be secured at eight different points and there is no safe way to do that w/o one.
Jan 23, 2013 by Cheryl Fontaine
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