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Rightline Gear 100S10 Sport 1 Car Top Carrier

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12 Cubic Feet
  • Capacity: 12 cubic feet; dimensions: 38 inch length x 34 inch width x 14-19 inch height
  • 100 percent waterproof with dual seam technology; sewn for strength/welded waterproof
  • Aerodynamically designed for wagons, crossovers, and sedans; will fit larger vehicles, with or without a roof rack
  • PVC mesh, a nylon re-enforced PVC, and hydrotuff material, a PVC-backed polyester, UV resistant; zipright zipper system - a urethane coated zipper located on the protective flap keeps water out
  • Includes: carrier, 4 nylon straps, stuff sack, and a sewn-in set up guide
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Rightline Gear 100S10 Sport 1 Car Top Carrier + Rightline Gear 100650 Non-Skid Roof Pad + Rightline Gear 100600 Car Clips
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Product Information

Volume Capacity Name: 12
Technical Details
BrandRightline Gear
Item Weight7.8 pounds
Product Dimensions34 x 38 x 19 inches
Item model number100S10
Manufacturer Part Number100S10
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB0009NUG66
Best Sellers Rank #39,649 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 11, 2005
  
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Product Description

Volume Capacity Name: 12 Cubic Feet

The Rightline Gear Sport 1 Car Top Carrier is aerodynamically designed to help save money at the gas pump. The carrier is 100 percent waterproof, unzips 3/4 of the way around for easy loading, and attaches to vehicles with or without a roof rack. Connect the carrier's straps to a roof rack, run them through the vehicle, or purchase the Rightline Gear Car Clips to attach them to the vehicle's door frame.

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Everything stayed dry in the rain.
Granville S. Kennedy, III
Make sure you check it every time you pull off the road to make sure the straps are ties and secure and you are good to go!
Sare
Worked great for the 1100 mile trip to Nort Carolina.
Truth seeker

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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By EdE VINE VOICE on April 27, 2011
Volume Capacity Name: 9 Verified Purchase
Bought this for our grandson who was moving from central Calif. to Seattle. He has a Kia Rio, very small car, and did not have near enough room for his belongings. We attached this to the top of the car with a piece of carpet non slip material between the car roof and the carrier. Opened the car doors and ran the straps through the inside of the car as there was nothing to attach them to on the outside. It worked perfectly and he was able to load the carrier with all of his clothes etc. It was full! The Rightime is made of really heavy duty fabric, has flaps with Velcro over the zippers to prevent leakage in the rain. He ran into foul weather on his trip, all of his belongings in the carrier remained dry on the trip. For a small car I would highly recommend this product for quality, durability and being able to store it in a small space.....solved his travel problem!
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Northern KY Jen on December 29, 2010
Volume Capacity Name: 18 Verified Purchase
We were very disappointed with this cargo carrier. It tore on our first trip; apparently because it was not completely full.

According to the instructions, the carrier should only be used if it is completely full. If it is not full, the warranty does not protect against any damage caused by the wind. The instructions specifically state:

IMPORTANT: Pack the carrier full so that the sides are pulled tight. This step keeps the load from shifting which may cause the straps to loosen. A fully packed carrier will not flap in the wind. Wind flapping can cause damage by wearing holes in the carrier material. Damage due to wind flapping is NOT covered by warranty.

Unfortunately, by the time we received and opened the carrier, we did not have time to return it and get another carrier before our holiday trip. Therefore, we packed everything into suitcases to try to fill out the carrier. We loaded it with 1 large suitcase, 3 medium (21-25" suitcases) and several duffle bags filled with clothes. This was enough to fill out the bottom of the carrier (and provide it with sufficient structure) but not enough to fill the top of the carrier. None of our items had any sharp edges (all of the suitcases were soft sided). It is important to note that if using this carrier, you will need luggage that has structure and you will need to pack it precisely so that it not only fits the bottom dimensions of the carrier but also fills the carrier completely.

It was very difficult to get the straps tight (they thread through a few buckles; they do not snap together like most luggage). We had to tighten the straps every time we stopped (every 60-100 miles); this may have been because the top of the carrier was not full.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 8, 2011
Volume Capacity Name: 9 Verified Purchase
Okay I wanted to write a review mainly to help someone install it on your vehicle. I have an Impala with no roof racks. I purchased the mat for underneath the carrier (which is absolutely necessary). I had read from some other reviews that it was easy to install so I waited to figure it out until we had to pack everything for camping. The directions were absolutely horrible. They include directions for 3 different models and don't go very in depth about how to install it without roof racks. If you have roof racks well the directions are almost the entire page!
Firstly you need to place the mat on the car and cut any access mat that is not underneath the carrier. Next fill the carrier with as much as you can but make sure you are able to zip it up and still have the velcro able to close up. You will notice that in order to make sure the velcro is in use you can't fully pack it and it will seem like there is a little space on top that could be filled. Do not be fooled, once you close it up that space is gone. After it is closed and sealed, take one strap and put it over the top of the carrier bag. The clips will need to go through the buckle on each side. It required a little forcing (almost like it's not supposed to go through). Next you need to find a place in your car where the clip will clip on to. A sturdy part of your car. It could be the door frame when the window is down, or right inside the car. I had to remove the molding around the top inside of the car. Inside the molding (which just clips or unclips in place) was the perfect size for the strap clip to hold on to. Do not be scared to remove the molding like I was, it was made to come on and off easily. After both sides are attached to the car just pull the strapping as hard as you can until it is super tight.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ken on September 18, 2010
Volume Capacity Name: 12 Verified Purchase
Well it worked well. I cranked it down really tight but you have to play with the straps to make sure you don't get an annoying vibration whistle. The one thing they really need is something to put between the straps and the car. (It was a little rough on the paint job) When I was buying it I thought it was going to have gutter clamps or something. The straps run right though the car. Not a real problem but I wouldn't want to use this every weekend. It would really wear out the weather striping of the car doors.
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October 19, 2012
An alternate to running the straps through the car is to add the Rightline Gear 100600 Car Clips They attach to the ends of your existing straps permitting the carrier to be attached to the edge of your door frame.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 21, 2012
Volume Capacity Name: 9 Verified Purchase
We bought this for a 3000 mile, 5 day cross-country trip from NJ to CA we took this month. It worked very well with our son's 02 Mercury Sable that didn't have a roofrack. The car clips included attach the carrier's straps to the door frame very securely and very easily. We purchased the suggested Rightline Gear 100650 Non-Skid Roof Protection Pad which worked great to keep it firmly on the roof- the carrier did not move at all. Even while driving through the Rockies! FYI the only noise we heard was from the mat flapping around- we just duct-taped it to the roof and the noise stopped. We stuffed it full with clothes, shoes, books...It rained pretty heavily the 1st and 4th days and the contents stayed dry. We had loosely covered the contents with a plastic bag, but when we checked it, nothing got wet, not even the bag. For security reasons we detached the hooks and threw the bag inside the car every night we stayed at a hotel. It literally took a minute to do this, and a min or 2 to put it back on roof- it was easily done by my husband and son. We would highly recommend this item!
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October 19, 2012
We recommend cutting the Rightline Gear 100650 Non-Skid Roof Pad to fit under the carrier so that it does not flap in the wind. For more information visit our blog.

http://rightlinegear.com/blog/car-top-carrier-tips/non-skid-roof-pad-noise/

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