Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be a test fit on the Thule Crossroads Roof Rack System, and this is going to be for those vehicles that have the factory raised roof rails like this where you can visibly see underneath. Those feet packs will wrap around and tightly secure to the bar giving you that nice aerodynamic AeroBlade design. All right. Down here, we're going to show you how to place on that second bar and how it all comes together. First thing you're going to need to do is remove the end-caps, rotate it around, and pull those off. Once you have both the end-caps off, then take your CrossRoads foot pack and slide it onto the track with the Thule part facing outwards. This will be your tool as well.
Today, on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Hyper XL. This is going to be 17 cubic feet of cargo space in this nice, two-toned silver and gloss black finish. All right, so it'll be part number TH612, and we're going to go ahead and fit it on to our Thule Aeroblades that we have up here on top of the vehicle. Let's see how it looks and fits. The first thing you're gonna want to do is set the box up on top the vehicle. Then, we're going to line up the feet where they're best going to fit the vehicle and our cross bars. Notice how you will be able to slide those either forward or back quite a bit, to adjust it on top your vehicle so it has a best fit and ride. Once we have those adjusted, we'll go ahead and slide to where it's centered on our vehicle, since with this cargo box, you do have the ability to open it from both sides. All right, that looks good there. Let's go ahead and open it up. Turn the key to the unlocked position, and lift open the lid. Then, we'll go ahead and secure each foot by turning the dial until it clicks. Close it up, and lock it.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima Rocketbox Pro 11. This is going to have 11 cubic feet of cargo space. It's going to be great for anybody that wants to put their skis and snowboards in here because it's elongated shape. It's going to store those real nice so you can get them out of the elements. It's going to be part number Y07193. Let's go ahead and fit it up on top of our after market crossbars to see how it looks and how it fits.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorrento we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima Rocketbox Pro 14. This have 14 cubic feet of cargo space and come in that nice black finish. Part Number is going to be Y07192. Let's go ahead and fit it up onto our aftermarket cross bars and see how it looks and how it fits. This will fit most all of your square bars, round bars, elliptical bars, factory roof rack systems. And we'll go ahead and set it up into place, ensuring that our feet are directly in front of our cross bars that we want them on, slide it back into place, and scoot it over to where it's centered on the vehicle. Now we want it centered on our vehicle so we can show you that of how it opens from both sides.
Today, on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima FatCat ski and snowboard carrier. This is going to fit six skis, or four snowboards. It's going to be part number Y03088. As you can see, we've already got the front one on. We're going to show you how to place on this back one. First thing you're going to need to do is make sure that you have the straps open and ready to receive your crossbars.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento we're going to be doing a test fit of the Whispbar Ski and Snowboard Carrier for the top of your vehicle. This is going to be part number WB-300. Now this is going to be perfect for six skis or four snowboards. First thing you're going to need to do is make sure that you have the rubber straps open and out of the grooves. Set it up on top of the vehicle, lined up with the front one, bring the straps around and hook them into the grooves, just like so. Then we will just fold over that piece until it snaps in place.
Today on our 2015 KIA Sorento we are going to be doing a test fit of the Tulle Flat Top Ski and Snowboard Carrier. Now, this is going to carry six skis and/or four snowboards or a combination of the two. Part number TH92725. As you can see we've already got it up here on our Tulle Arrow Blades, and we're going to show you how to place the second of the two. First thing you will do is set it up where the straps come underneath the bottom side of the bar. Then line it up with the front one, the front bar, then bring the strap around fitting it up into the inside of the grooves.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon Roof Top Mounted Cargo Basket. This cargo basket is going to be Part #TH859, measuring 49 inches long, 40 inches wide, and have a depth of 6 inches. With its sturdy steel construction, it's going to offer a 150 pound weight capacity. As you can see, we've already got the two front feet in place with the brackets around our crossbars, as well as the driver's side rear. Now I'm going to show you how to place on the last one. One thing I do want to talk about is that before you get it set up on your vehicle, adjust your metal brackets and your feet here to fit your crossbar spread center to center of whatever that is. Our crossbar spread here is 27 1/2 inches, so we've spaced these out from the center cut out circle here to the circle on the front one, 27 1/2 inches.
Today on our 2015 KIA Sorento, We're going to be doing a test fit of the sport rack Vista rooftop mounted cargo basket. Part number SR9035. This basket is going to measure 44" long, 39 1/8th inches wide, have a depth of 6' and with it's sturdy steel construction it's going to offer a 110 lb weight capacity. Also, giving you the option of making it longer if you desire by getting the addition and extension piece. If you look down on the bottom your going to see two of the feet already in place on the front, as well as the rear passenger side. Before you place your basket up here, it's always good to make sure you have your spacers in place. That's going to be these plastic pieces that are going to go in between your basket and your cross bar system.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Fork Lock III. This is going to be your rooftop mounted bike rack, part number INA391. It will fit around most to all of your roof rack systems, whether that be square bar, round bar, elliptical bar, factory roof rails, even your aero type bars like you see it here today. Let's go ahead and talk about how the bike secured to the rack since you can see it up here how it's going to look and how it's going to fit. On the back side, you're going to have a safety strap around the rear wheel. Go ahead and press in the black button to disengage that. There's another one the other side as well.
Today on our 2015 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Rola Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket, part number 59504. This basket's going to measure 52" long, 40 and 1/2" in wide, have a depth of 6" and with its sturdy steel construction, is going to offer a 130lb weight capacity. First thing you're going to need to do, you can see that we have our 2 front feet in place as well as 1 of our back pieces on our back feet in place on the back passenger side. You're going to want to- Have to set up your spacers and place those in between your basket and your crossbar system when you get it put on the vehicle. Now this basket will fit most all of your roof rack systems, whether it be square bars, round bars, elliptical bars, even your factory roof rack systems and aero-type blades. All right. After you get that spacer right in place and you get your feet down, you're going to take your metal U-shaped bracket with the two U-shaped cutouts and two squares on it.
Today on our 2015 KIA Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Rhino Racks locking ski and snowboard carrier. Part number 566U. We do have them up here on our aftermarket crossbars and you can see that they will fit your aero type bars but they also will fit your square bars, round bars, elliptical bars, even your factory roof rack systems and many other type of bars. Lets go ahead and show you how the back one goes on since they both go on the same way. First thing we'll do is make sure that we have one side threaded on just like so, and then a washer and threaded bolt on the other side. Set them up, under our cross bars with the key facing the same way that you have the other one facing. Then we will rotate it around and thread in the other side.
Today on our 2011 KIA Sorento we're going to be doing a test fit of the Circo Cargo Carrier. This is going to be your 20x48" steel constructed with 300 pound capacity cargo carrier. Part #52017. You'll notice it does come with your 1 1/4" shank for your class 1 and class 2 hitches. Let's go ahead and get it fit into the class 2 receiver that we have here today. You can also note that with this cargo carrier, that your hitch pin and clip will be sold separately.
All right. Today on this 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to show you an Inno Aero Bar in sand-brushed black color, part number INXB108. With this part number, you get 1 Aero Bar, like you see here, so if you need 2, you need to order 2 of same part number. It's actually shaped a little bit like a wing. This is a leading edge right here. It goes towards the front of the vehicle.
Today on a 2011 KIA Sorento we're going to show the the weather tech front auto floor mats. In tan part number Wt452871 now we are working with tan today but its also available as black as part number wt442871 and grey as part number wt462871 all right now we already have them laid into place. They are you pretty easy to install you just line the up underneath your floor pedals and just line up the factory attachments right here and you're good to go. All right let's take a look at the fit since we are right in this corner here, you can see how it matches the contour of the the floor here and working its way across. The back with a raised edge and the raised edge increases as it goes towards the pedals on the side of the center console. It goes all the way behind the pedals.
Today, on this 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to show you the Inno Multi-fork Bike Carrier, part number INA392. Let's go ahead and take a look at out bike rack, already installed. We also have a road bike in place to help us point out some of the features. Our first look is that it has a nice, aerodynamic, shape to it. It has a nice curved cover that gives you access to your skewer as well as a guard to help keep the bike from being stolen. The skewer will hold a variety of different axles, 9 mm, 15 mm, and 20 mm three axle bikes. Now this whole assembly up front has a plastic housing on top and of course steel underneath for reinforcement and for the inner workings of the strap.
Today in our 2013 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Rocky Mouns Flip-Up, medium, ski and snowboard carrier. This is going to be for your roof rack mounted systems. It's going to be for four skis or four snowboards. As you can see, we already have one mounted up here on top of our vehicle with the inaudible 00:19 set up and then our stock bars underneath them. We're going to go ahead and place this up on the backside and show you how it's all done. Go ahead and undo your cables and pull the plastic piece to the side. If you pull the plastic piece to the side, make sure the titchener's out of the way. Go ahead and show you this real quick. It'll be like this.
Today on this 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to show you the Inno gloss black cargo box, part number INBRA1250BK. To start off, it has easy opening on both sides of the box. We're using coded key to unlock one side. We can go ahead and open it up. We'll take our key, put it in, rotate it to the unlock position, push on this button here and push up. Our hinge is spring loaded so it stays up into place.
Today, a 2011 Kia Sorento. We're going to show you the Covercraft floor mats, part number CC76283847. All right, now, we're working with a gray color today. Also available is black, caramel, driftwood, evergreen, mist, navy blue, smoke, tan, taupe, and wine color. All right, if you haven't noticed about these floor liners, that it's created from a thick, nylon pile. It also has a stitch fabric edging, which also protects the edges from wear and tear. This is what the floor mats look like when they're installed in the vehicle.
Today on our 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Tire Hold Bike Carrier. This is going to be your platform-style two bike rack. Part #INH305. It does come with your inch and a quarter shank with a two inch adapter for your bigger hitches such as your Class 3. Also, with this kit you you can add another one of these platforms to make it a third bike rack. That's going to be INH306. Let's go ahead and get it fitted into the Class 2 Hitch that we have here today.
Today on our 2011 Kia Sorento we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Thelma. This is going to be your platform-style 3-bike rack. It comes with your 1-1/4" shank for your class one and class two hitches, as well as an adapter for your 2" hitches such as your class three. We'll go ahead and place it on our vehicle. It's going to be part number SA4239B. Again, that is SA4239B as in bravo. Insert your shank into your receiver and line up your pinholes.
Today on our 2011 Kia Sorento we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Axis. This is going to be your hanging-style 2-bike rack for your class one and class two hitches, with the 1-1/4" shank. It also has the adapter for a 2" hitch, which will be for your class three and above. It will be part number SA832B. Let's get it put on the vehicle. Insert your shank into your receiver and line up your pinholes. Once you have your pinhole lined up, we'll insert our anti-rattle bolt.
Today on our 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom. This is going to be your platform style two bike rack. It does come with your 1 1/4 shank for your 1 1/4 hitches as well as a 2 inch adapter for your 2 inch hitches. It will be part number SA4412B and we'll go ahead and get it fitted in to our class 2 hitch that we have here today. Insert your shank into your receiver then line up your pin holes. Once you have your pin holes lined up, we'll insert our anti rattle bolt which will look like this.
Today on our 2011 Kia Sorento, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom Superclamp. This is going to be your platform style, 2-bike rack. It does come with your 1 1/4-inch shank and also has a 2-inch adapter for your class 3 and up hitches. This is going to be for your class 1 and 2 because of its 2-bike application and we have a class 2 hitch here today. It would be part number SA4025. Let's go ahead and get it fitted onto our receiver.
Today on our 2011 KIA Sorento, we're going to take a look at and show you to install the Peak Performance Wireless Backup Camera with the color LCD monitor. Part number is PKC0RB. Here's what the camera looks like once installed in the vehicle. As you can see, it's a really nice, clean, simple look, still enough room up here for the pressure button that's underneath the hatch to open the hatch and another great feature is, you know the rear of the vehicle can be kind of tilted on a different angle, well the camera's going to offer full adjustability up and down so you can customize your view. The camera itself, fully waterproof housing, going to have a nice scratch resistant lens on it and this is going to give us 110 degree field of view. That's going to be a nice wide angle, so we can see a lot around us. Now we can see objects up to 80 feet away pretty clearly and even further than that it starts to get a little fuzzy.
Today, on our 2015 Kia Sorrento, we'll be installing the Glacier cable snow chains, part number PW2029C. Our set of Glacier chains will come with both one for the driver's and passenger's side. These chains can be used on a front wheel or rear wheel drive, depending on your vehicle. Now, first, we've gone ahead and laid our cable chains out, so that the cross section that meets the outside cable, the hook of it will face out, away from the tire. The cable is adjustable. The cable end will go through the eyelet, so you can take up the slack, as necessary. Then, we'll use the clip to secure the excess cable.