|Item Weight||7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.2 x 12 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||CSBG-48|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CSBG-48|
|Cover Included||Rage Powersports Waterproof Hitch Cargo Carrier Rack Bag with Expandable Height 48 ft^Box^User's Manual|
|Vehicle Service Type||street-sport-motorcycles, all-terrain-vehicles, street-motor-scooters, snowmobiles|
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- Soft-sided flexible cargo storage area, great as a roof bag or a cargo carrier bag, expands from 17"
- Fits 48" hitch mounted cargo carrier baskets and cargo trays
- (6) Integrated tie-down straps
- (2) Interior 16" x 8" zippered pockets
- Waterproof PVC coated nylon material with weather-seal zipper flap
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Rage Power Sport Soft-sided flexible cargo storage area, great as a roof bag or a cargo carrier bag, expands from 17" to 21"H Fits 48" hitch mounted cargo carrier baskets and cargo trays (6) Integrated tie-down straps (2) Interior 16" x 8" zippered pockets Waterproof PVC coated nylon material with weather-seal zipper flap.
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Pros: zippers, size, water-resistance
Cons: straps are sort of wimpy.
We used it for the first time this weekend on our small Class B Motorhome. We traveled to the NC Mountains where the temps dropped to freezing. We did not even use the expansion option but were able to store our 10x10 gazebo, the side screens, two umbrella chairs, a small folding aluminum table, a 6' X 8' rug, three plastic bins and a cooler. This is in a Northern Tool cargo carrier that has sides. See pix. We used the six straps to secure it. You can padlock the zippers together which we did. We also used two bike type cable locks to keep the sides together on the cargo carrier because these are held only by small cotter pins which are easily removed. We're not paranoid but cautious when traveling.
The top closes over the zipper and is secured down with Velcro. There's no way moisture is going to get inside. The material is the toughest most rugged material which leads to the bad news:
i gave it five stars anyway because I wouldn't have it any other way but when the temp dropped we had a tough time accessing this because of how tough the bag is. We're 65 and 75 and somewhat arthritic but at 32 degrees, we ended up leaving it unzipped and just closing it over at the campground. It was just that hard to zip. Now the weather is warm so it's much more pliable but keep in mind it becomes rigid in the cold.
We considered buying a $700 hard plastic lockable hitch carrier as we're traveling to the NASCAR Championship races in So Fla next month but so glad we bought this instead as this bag and cargo rack combo is much more flexible for us at less than 1/2 the price for both.
Update: It's now $70 and we paid $90 (Prime/Smile); you can't go wrong for a hitch carrier bag.
The bag is very well made, feels durable and has heavy duty zippers. It is soft sided, so don't expect the bag to hold any shape without cargo inside it. We used storage bins to help keep the bag expanded and keep things in place. Use caution that nothing sharp is placed against the sides or bottom of the bag.
The included straps worked well, but we did have a couple of them break from getting too hot near the exhaust of the vehicle. They are not the heavies straps, but they did hold the bag in place just fine. The bag didn't get melted at all from exhaust, just the bottom of the straps. Care must be taken to avoid them being near the exhaust tips of your vehicle.
Overall for the price I think this thing is awesome, and gives you plenty of cargo space on cramped trips.