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SportRack Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2011 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2011 Honda Pilot, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Sport Rack Vista Cargo Carrier. Now this is the folding model. It's going to have a 20 inch depth by 60 inches in width. The part number on it is SR9851. This is going to offer us a 500 pound weight capacity and as you can see here it has been designed for use with 2 inch hitches. We've got 200 pounds that we've loaded up just to give you an idea of the stability of it.



SportRack Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2011 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2011 Honda Pilot we're going to be taking a look at the Sport Rack Vista cargo carrier. This is going to measure 20" deep by 60" wide. The part number on it is SR9849. As you can see, we've got 100 pounds of weight that we've put on here just to give you an idea of the stability and the security you'll have with your load. It's held in place using an anti-rattle bolt so it's really going to take a lot of the play and the movement out of here as we're traveling, which is going to give you a more stable ride for your items. Let's get this out of the way. That will give us a better look at the floor.



Detail K2 20x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2011 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2011 Honda Pilot we're going to be take a look at the K2 Detail folding hitch cargo carrier. This measures 20" across, 60" wide. The part number on it is K2HCC602. We've got it loaded with a hundred pounds just so you can see what the stability will be like. As with any cargo carrier secured the vehicle just using a pin and clip, you'll have a little bit of movement there. Nothing to be too worried about.



Curt 24x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2011 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2011 Honda Pilot, we're going to be taking a look at the Curt 24 by 60 folding cargo carrier. This is all going to offer a weight capacity of 500 pounds. Part number is a C18153. Now we just loaded it down with 100 pounds to give you an idea of kind of the stability it's going to offer. With any cargo carrier that's secured to the vehicle with just a pin and clip, you're going to have some movement. We've got some anti-rattle and anti-wobble devices available for that on our website, if you would like.





2011 Honda Pilot Cargo Carriers Questions

  • The Thule Transporter Combi Hitch Mounted Enclosed Cargo Carrier # TH665C has inside dimensions of 48-1/2 long x 23-1/3 high x 24-1/2 wide. You can compare the length of your golf bags/clubs to see if they will be compatible. Since the height and width are both about 2-feet odds are good that 4 sets of clubs can fit if they are not too long. It may be best to load the bags facing in alternating directions. You can add a lock core to this carrier, part # TH512, to allow you...
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  • Yakima indicates that the minimum clearance measurement that is needed for the # Y07337 is 57 inches. This measurement is taken from the center of your front cross bars to the location of the nearest obstruction. If your cross bars are adjustable I would recommend adjusting them to the maximum allowable distance before taking this measurement. As long you have at least 57 inches of clearance the # Y07337 will fit on your 2011 Honda Pilot without obstruction or interference...
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  • The Thule Force XXL Cargo Box, # Force XXL, is one of our longer cargo boxes at 92-1/2 inches long. Even on a larger vehicle, it is entirely possible that the rear hatch could make contact with the box. In order to reduce the possibility of contact and/or to make the contact point further back so the hatch can open further, there are some measures you can take. First, the box itself mounts using feet that are adjustable. If you put all four feet back as far as they can go,...
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  • In order to determine if the Carpod Walled Cargo Carrier, # M2200, or any trailer hitch mounted accessory will fit your 2011 Honda Pilot Touring Edition, you will need to measure the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole out to the distance required to clear the rear bumper. If that distance is less than 4 inches, the carrier will fit. The carry is designed for 2 inch trailer hitch receivers so it is compatible with the factory hitch on your vehicle. I have included...
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  • After adding the right crossbars, the Thule Pulse Large Cargo Box, # TH614, will fit your 2011 Honda Pilot. To add cross bars, you will need 2 parts. First, you will need the Thule Crossroad Roof Mounted Roof Railing Foot Pack, # TH450, that mount to the side rails on the roof. Next you will need 58 Inch Load Bars, # THLB58. With the crossbars installed you can mount the cargo box. Make sure to go by the weight capacity rating of the side rails or the vehicle roof, whichever...
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  • The Thule Interstate Roof Rack Cargo Bag, # TH869, is really designed to attach to a vehicle that does have crossbars that run side to side. The placement of the straps at the front and rear of the bag ensure a proper fit to crossbars. You could still use it with just side rails but crossbars are recommended to keep the bag from moving back and forth on the roof during starts and stops. To add crossbars you can use the Thule Crossroad Roof Mounted Roof Railing Foot Pack, #...
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  • In many cases, the 4-3/4 inch folded clearance is plenty, but you will need to measure on your vehicle to make sure. Measure from the hitch pin hole in your receiver rearward until you reach furthest rearward edge of the back bumper. If this distance is less than 4-3/4 inches, the # MT70260 will have plenty of clearance for your vehicle. The OEM hitch on the Pilot is pretty close to the edge of the bumper. You will first need to determine the tongue weight capacity of your...
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  • First the Thule Atlantis 1800 was an 18 cubic foot box. The Sonic XXL # TH636S is a 22 cubic foot box so it is much larger. All of the new Thule boxes are longer than previous generation boxes in most cases. The rear hatch on the 2011 Honda Pilot could only be opened part of the way with the hatch door basically parallel with the roof. You would have to hold it open otherwise the Sonic XXL box and hatch would rub against each other. The Sonic XL, # TH635S, is 10-1/2 inches...
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  • The 2011 Honda Pilot comes equipped with a 2 inch hitch, therefore, the Rage PowerSport Steel Motorcycle Carrier # MX600 will fit your current hitch, however, you will want to check your owners manual to verify the tongue weight capacity of your hitch before any cargo is loaded. The carrier is 64 pounds and, based on my research, your scooter is approximately 180 pounds. You will want to make sure that the combined weight of the carrier plus the scooter (approximately 244...
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  • Thule does list the Force Large box, # TH624, as a fit on the 2011 Honda Pilot with Factory installed crossbars. The factory set position of the crossbars is already at the proper spread. The box will fit a minimum crossbar spread of 23-5/8 inches.
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  • The Rage PowerSport Aluminum Double Motorcycle Carrier, part # AMC6002, can carry up to 600 pounds. The OEM Class III hitch on your 2011 Pilot may have a lower tongue weight capacity. You should be able to find a safety/warning sticker on the hitch that indicates its capacity. The lower-rated item, hitch or carrier, determines the overall capacity of the combined system. I researched the weights of your two Vespas, 150cc and 250cc, and they can vary somewhat based on specific...
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  • I would go with the Thule Force XXL Cargo Box # TH626. This is a very large cargo box that Thule has confirmed will fit without hatch interference and should not go over your windshield at all. You will need to move the mounting hardware of the box as far back as possible.
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  • If you use the link I've provided, you can see the turndown exhaust tips we have available. You'll need to measure the outside diameter of your tailpipe in order to get the correct tip. I don't have a ready reference that would tell me the diameter of the exhaust pipe of your Pilot. In order to place your cargo carrier as far away as possible from the exhaust pipe, I'd recommend using a carrier with a long shank that's angled raise the cargo platform as much as possible....
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