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  • The Extra Large Cargo Bag, # 988501, measures 59 inches long by 24 inches wide, so it will work best on a 24 X 60 cargo carrier. It is a soft flexible bag and will fit most cargo carriers. It will work on your 20 X 60 cargo carrier with no problem. The full width of the 24 inch cargo bag will not be used on a 20 inch wide carrier. I also have the Rola Expandable Cargo Bag, # 59102, which is expandable. It will fit both the 20 X 60 cargo carrier and the 24 X 60 cargo carrier. I...
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  • On any vehicle that has exhaust that exits straight out the back and not out the side or towards the ground could potentially damage a trailer hitch mounted item and its contents. I believe I have a great solution for you though. To get enough distance from the exhaust you can use multipurpose ball mount # D210 and that will get you plenty far from the exhaust. For a carrier, if using the multipurpose ball mount, you can use any carrier that fits a 2 inch receiver. The...
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  • You can certainly load the Pro Series # 63153 up a few feet, but as you said, you'll want to stay under the roof line. I'd highly recommend the # 59516 light kit and the # 9653P 12 inch extension. Keep in mind that the # 63153 is only compatible with 2 inch receivers. Your cargo can be held in place with a cargo net or tie down straps, depending on what you're carrying. I've linked you to the straps and nets we have available. A locking hitch pin like part # 40107 would...
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  • The dimensions of the Classic Accessories Helmet Bag, product number 052963737974, are 15.5 inches in length, 14 inches wide, and 9.5 inches high. It is typically considered to be a one size fits all; however, in your case I recommend measuring due to the larger size of your helmet.
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  • The absolute biggest cargo bag we offer designed for hitch mounted cargo carriers is the part # HCR635. This bag has dimensions of 72" long x 32" wide x 26" tall when expanded so it would be a bit deeper than the part # 988501 that you referenced.
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  • The # 988501 cargo bag is indeed compatible with the Pro Series # 63153 cargo basket. The bag will fit perfectly in the basket. The bag includes straps used to secure the bag to the carrier. The bag is very highly rated by our customers, because of its 20 cubic foot capacity and rugged construction. It's not considered waterproof, because it can't be submerged without allowing water in but it'll stand up to a normal rain. That being said, it's always a good idea to wrap anything...
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  • The Rola Expandable 11.5-Cubic-Foot Cargo Bag # 59102 is similar to the etrailer soft cargo bag # 988501 except the etrailer bag offers much higher capacity with 20-cubic-feet of internal volume. Either of these cargo bags could be fitted with an internal structure made of PVC tubing but generally soft bags like these rely on their contents to help control their shape. We do also offer walled steel cargo carriers like the Carpod # M2200 and # M2205 as well as enclosed carriers...
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  • Yes, we carry aluminum cargo carriers. Check out the MaxxTow Cargo Carrier # MT70108 or the Curt Carrier # C18100. Since these carriers are aluminum they will not rust and they will be light weight. The Rola Expandable Cargo Bag # 59102 that you referenced would work great in either carrier also.
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  • The Tow Ready 24x60 Railed Cargo Carrier, part # 63153, has an angled shank which will raise the carrier 2-1/2 inches from the center of the hitch receiver opening. This distance will help the cargo carrier clear the area where the exhaust gases would exit from the tailpipes. You can measure up 2-1/2 inches from the center of your hitch receiver on your 2010 Ford Flex and see where the cargo carrier would be located on your vehicle in relation to the tailpipes. I am including...
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  • You would want a Waterproof Roof Top Luggage with Wheels, part # 10396. This cargo bag features a set of wheels and a handle that would allow you to transport like a suitcase by holding onto the handle and rolling it behind you.
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  • The Thule Aspect Backpack for DSLR Camera # TH3203410 that you referenced does not come with an etrailer.com logo printed on it. We put that sticker on the backpack to discourage other companies from stealing our pictures.
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  • For your 2017 Subaru Outback Wagon, I'd be happy to recommend a Cargo Bag and Cargo Carrier to hold it. Your hitch receiver will limit our options because I want to make sure we don't overload your vehicle while still giving you the cargo load you desire. You will want to make sure your cargo is within the limits of your hitch receiver including the weight of the carrier, the bag, and the load within the bag. I would start with recommending the cargo bag because there is a...
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  • The Cargo Bag for Carpod Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier # M2202 that you referenced would keep the contents of the bag dry under normal rain circumstances. As long as the flap that goes over the zipper is folded down over it the rain would deflect off of the bag and not make it's way inside the bag. For added security I would recommend putting the cargo in a plastic bag if you know you will be driving in heavy rain.
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  • If your cargo carrier is flat without raised side rails, then the etrailer cargo Bag, # 988501, could be a good fit, even though it would overhang just a little on each side. If properly secured, it would not be an issue. If the cargo carrier does have raised rails, you would have to tuck in the bag. This would mean you would not be able to use the full 13 cubic feet as the bag would be tucked into the same dimensions of the cargo carrier. On the plus side this could help secure...
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  • Yes, the etrailer.com Extra Large Cargo Carrier Bag, item # 988501 will fit on your cargo carrier. The bag has a soft bottom and you will be able to fit it into your 21 inch x 60 inch cargo carrier.
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  • The # 988501 that you referenced would be a little big for your 60x20 inch cargo carrier so instead I would recommend you go with the # SR8120 as it is 60 inches by 19 inches so it would fit your carrier very well.
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  • The Curt 24x60 Folding Cargo Carrier, # C18151, measures 23-3/4 inches by 60-1/8 inches internally, so the Rola Expandable Cargo Bag, # 59102, will fit. It will be a snug fit, but it will fit. The tightness of the fit will actually help to keep it in place while loaded on the cargo carrier. I have included a link to the installation details and a link to a video review for reference.
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  • I have a few recommendations for you, however, there is a risk of any type of fabric or plastic material being damaged on a cargo carrier with vehicles that have exhaust pipes exiting straight back like your 2007 Nissan Murano. If a hitch mounted cargo carrier option works best for your needs, I would recommend choosing a cargo carrier that offers the most clearance between the exhaust tips and the carrier. The Pro Series 24 x 60 Cargo Carrier, # 63153, that you referenced...
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  • Depending on the height of the cargo carrier and how far away it is from the exhaust will determine on if the bag is in jeopardy or not. If the exhaust exits at a downward angle, there should not be any problem. But if it exits directly at the carrier, there could be problems if it is too close. The etrailer.com Extra Large Cargo Carrier Bag, # 988501, is made of very heavy duty PVC coated nylon ripstop material that is rainproof and heavily constructed. Under normal driving...
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  • To tie down the etrailer Cargo bag, part # 988501, inside your truck bed I would recommend to inspect the inside of your truck bed and see if there are any tie-down points or hooks located at the front, back and/or sides of the truck bed. On many of the newer trucks they will usually have tie-down points located in the truck bed to tie-down any cargo. You could use the straps that come with the cargo bag or you could also use a truck bed cargo net that will tie-down and trap...
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