|Item Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||16 x 15.5 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||TH-B|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BLACK|
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Trasharoo Spare Tire Trash Bag BLACK OPEN BOX
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- TREAD LIGHTLY - You can haul away all the trash you accumulate in a weekend and maybe even make the trails a littler cleaner as you go.
- HIGH QUALITY - Made from high quality 900 denier canvas with wide buckles and a heavy-duty attachment to your existing external spare tire.
- LARGE CAPACITY - Pack it in, pack it out. Carries up to 50 lbs of weight and fits a standard 30 gallon trash bag for ease of dumping.
- WEATHER-RESISTANT - The Spare Tire Trash Bag is treated with a water-resistant interior coating and has drainage holes at bottom for unexpected leaks.
- SECURE - The "X" strap design keeps bag tightly attached while slide over nylon covers protect buckles from UV rays and dirt.
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Trasharoo Spare Tire Trash bag in BLACK. Hauls, up to 50 lbs of weight. Fits tires from 29" to 40". Drain holes in the bottom of bag in case of unexpected leaks. Heavy duty stitching with beefy construction to last thousands of miles off road. X-strap design for added strength. UV buckle covers come with every bag. Standard 1 year warranty on buckles and general failures.
Carries up to 50lbs of weight
Made from high quality 900 denier canvas
Water resistant interior coatng for bad weather
Drainage holes at bottom for unexpected leaks
Fits a standard 30 gallon trash bag for ease of dumping
Part Number CTPGEN2_BLACK
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1. It is a nightmare to install or adjust. You'd think they'd make it as simple as a regular school backpack but just beefier but no, it will drive you nuts. You can't just pull on a strap to tighten it, and lift up on the buckle to loosen it like any other bag in the history of bags that uses plastic buckles. You will struggle with it forever on your first install and no directions come with the Trasharoo. If you have a swing out tire carrier it will make your life a little easier but if you don't (like me) then it is a real challenge. I'm pretty handy and fix most things myself and build a lot of stuff but the Trasharoo was no picnic, and I've heard similar things from all the other guys in my 4x4 group.
2. It's not durable enough. If you're just putting this on your Mall Crawler and driving around on asphalt it will probably be fine. But I have mine on a vehicle that only gets used offroad. After 15,000 miles in about 2 years the Trasharoo is riddled with holes and wear from rubbing up against the spare tire on the trails even though I have it very tight and secure against the spare tire. I even have an extra strap going around the bottom of the tire to help keep it tight.
It is also not UV protected and has faded considerably in the AZ sun.
I couldn't find a 2" buckle set at my local hardware store so I picked one up at REI, I don't recall who makes it, I'm sure you can find them on Amazon. The replacement is clearly higher quality.
Buy the tan color; they all fade, but on the tan the fading doesn't look bad. If that doesn't look good on your car, you're out of luck.
After about 11 months of UV damage, a small amount of weight in the flap pocket caused the bag to rip near both straps. However, by luck I'm still within my 1 year warranty, and I'm hoping to get a no-cost replacement. (If they fail to provide that, I'll update this review and take two stars out).
Summary: Expect 1-2 years of daily use out of your $50. Whether that's good value for money is up to you.