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Yakima FatCat Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test fit of the Yakima FatCat 6 Locking Rooftop Ski and Snowboard Carrier. That part number is Y03088. We have the first half already on, our crossbars today, very easy to install. I'll show you how to do the second one. What we have here are two straps that wrap around our crossbars. We have our square crossbars there.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla we're doing a test fit of the Tulle Raceway Pro two bike rack. That part number is TH9001PRO. Now we already have a bike on our rack, lets show you a features here. How our bike is held down, we have three straps. We have two straps up top and an anti-sway strap at the bottom. We are going to take off the two straps at the top first then we take off our anti-sway strap. If you are loading your bike you just do it the opposite way. Now always good to get in the habit to replace your straps so they don't get lost or damaged so we are going to do that first.



Thule Passage Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test fit of the Thule passage two bike carrier. That part number is TH910XT. We already have a bike on our rack. Let me show you a few features of it. Now, we have a bike mounted up on the bike rack. We have three straps; we have two straps up top, we have a strap to the side, which is our anti-sway strap.



Thule Archway Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test-fit of the Thule Archway XT 2 Bike Rack. That part number is TH9009XT. We already have our bike on our rack. Let me show you a few features of it. Now, how we have our bike mounted to our bike rack, we have 3 straps. We have 2 up top, the one to the side is our anti-sway strap, so let's go ahead and take off the 2 up top first, then we take off our anti-sway strap, then we can remove our bike.



Inno Watersport Carriers Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today in our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test fit of the Inno Board locker, board carrier. That part number is INA744. We have one part of it already on our vehicle. We're going to show you how easy it goes on. This pretty much fits any of your car spars, and we're using our NO square car spares toady. What we have here is pretty much take your ...



Inno Roof Rack Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today at our 2014 Toyota Corolla we are doing a test fit of the Inno Aero Bar Roof Rack. The Crossbar numbers are INXB100-2. The Flush Feet are INXS200. The custom fit pad and clamp are INK306. We have the first one already on, I'm going to show you how to install the second one. This is our crossbar, we have 1 and 1/2 of the feet already on.



WeatherTech Front Floor Mats Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla we'll be installing the Weathertech front auto mats in black, part number WT445941, also in grey part number is WT465941, and also comes in tan at WT455941. Now we're ready to install. Now you see that it's pretty much a custom fit, it actually has the markers where you need for your factory nubs to lock them in place. It has both of them, one by the driver's side, and the one here, by your console. You see that it pretty much contouring to the floor, and a good thing I like is the raised edges. That's pretty much going to keep all your debris off your shoe and onto your mat.



Inno Roof Rack Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we have our NO Square Bars roof rack. It comes in three parts. Our NO square bar, part number INB127. Our foot pack, INSU-K5. And our fit kit, INK306. We have a first front bar installed.



Whispbar Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we'll be doing a test fit of the Whispbar Roof Bike Rack, part number WB-201. Now, we already have the bike on our rack, and we have it hooked to our vehicle. Let's just show you just a few features. This is pretty much a frame mounted bike rack. We have our frame already engaged. To disengage it, we'll turn the key, because it's locked, press the grey button, I'm just going to bring it up just a little bit.



Rhino Rack Road-Warrior Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we'll be doing a test fit of the Rhino-Rack Road Warrior Bike Rack, Fork Mounted. Part number is RBC036. Now, we already have a bike on our rack. I'm just going to show you a few features of it. Like I said before, it's a fork mounted bike rack. Our skewers engaged, to disengage it, pull out like so, and we need to tighten it and loosen it where you need to go.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we'll be doing test fit of the Rhino Rack Vortex Areobar Roof Rack. The crossbar numbers are rrva118b-2. The 2500 series leg are RRRLVK, and the custom clamps and pads are DK383. We have the first one already on. We're going to show you how to install the second one. Here we have our clamps and pads. We have our 2500 series leg. We have our caps, 40 legs, an end cap, and a key for the end cap itself. First thing we need to do is make a measurement: 15.7 centimeters.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we'll be doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Mountain Trail Rooftop Bike Carrier, part number RBC035. We have the bike on our rack and we have the rack on the vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features. This is a fork mounted bike rack. You'll see we have our skewer engaged. To disengage it, we'll just pull this out like so. To tighten it and loosen it, use it this way.



RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we have a Rocky Mounts Brass Knuckles Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number RKY1202. We have a few things holding our bike in place. We'll start with our rear strap. We've got a lever that we squeeze in. Then we push our strap through. Pull that out of the way.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we have our Inno Fork Lock 3 bike carrier, part number IMA391. We have two things holding this in place, we have our front fork mount and our back strap. To take this off, on our back strap we've got two release levers, one on each side, so I'll squeeze both of them and I'll lift the strap up. It only comes up off, out off the one side. We'll move up froward, I'll unlock our top cap, I'll release our skewer while holding onto the bike. That releases the clamp and allows us to take our front fork out of the carrier. I'll put my clamp back in place.



Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test-fit of Kuat Trio Roof-mounted Bike Rack. Part number TR02. Now, we already have our bike on the rack. We're going to show you how we strap that down, and share some features of the rack itself. The first thing I want to take a look at is our back wheel here. We've got that strapped in with a nice ratcheting strap here. That's going to keep that rack or that bike connected to the rack and you won't have any problems with that coming out.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're doing a test fit of the Inno Multi-Fork Lock Roof Bike Carrier. Part number for that is INA 392. We already have our bike loaded up onto our rack, we're going to show you some features of the rack itself, and also how we connect our bike to the rack. The first thing I'll take a look at is the back wheel here, we've got a wheel cradle holding that in, with a strap as well. The wheel cradle has a small, little channel down here that'll fit the smaller bike tires like we have here, but it also fits larger tires that you may have. To release that, we just push on the black button here, and lift up on the strap. Whenever we're loading that up, we want it between the spokes as well. Up at the front, we've got a skewer holding that in, we also have a locking cover here, that's for extra protection for your bike and you rack.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla we're doing a test fit of the Inno tire hold roof mounted bike rack, part number INA389. Now, I already have our bike loaded up. We're going to show you how we strap that down first, and then also how we strap our bike rack to our cross bars. The first thing we'll take a look at are our wheel hooks here. Our front one is just a regular hook. It's just going to go around and come down, and hold that tire in your cradle in the front. In the back here, we've got a simpler cradle that'll move up and down the rack to accommodate different types of bikes that you may have.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla we're doing a test fit of the Thule Gateway XT Trunk Mounted 2-Bike Rack, part number TH9006XT. Now we do already have our bike on the rack. We're first going to show you how we strap that down. We've got 2 cradles holding it in with 3 straps, 2 on the top frame here and then one on your seat post as your anti-sway strap. Let's release those. We just pull down and lift up, saving that anti-sway strap for last.





Toyota Corolla Questions

  • Rhino-Rack produces quality products that are very similar in style to both Thule and Yakima, with the main differences between the cargo carriers being in their features. I took the Rhino-Rack Carrier, part # RRRMFZ66 that you referenced and compared it to the Thule Pulse, part # TH614 which is of equal capacity and came to the following conclusion - Both Rhino-Rack # RRRMFZ66 and Thule # TH614 hold 14 cubic feet of cargo, fits most factory crossbars, have key locks, have...
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  • You will need several components to flat tow your 2010 Toyota Corolla with your 2010 Four Winds Freedom Elite. The first thing you will need is a tow bar like the Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar # BX7365 that you referenced. Next you will need a set of base plates to provide the connection point from the tow bar to your vehicle. For that I recommend you get a Blue Ox Base Plate kit # BX3781. You will need safety cables too, for that I recommend Blue Ox 7 foot Safety Cables # BX88196....
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  • On some Curt hitches, like the part you asked your question on, you will find that warning. These are smaller, lighter hitches that can bend with the use of a bike rack or cargo carrier. The idea is to run a strap from the top of the bike rack upright or the arm to the frame or to the trunk/hatch on the car to prevent it from bending down. We do offer some hitches for your 2007 Toyota Corolla that do not require an auxiliary stabilization strap. The Draw-Tite and Hidden Hitch,...
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  • The 20x48 Cargo Carrier, item # 6500, weighs 47 pounds. Yes you must factor in the weight of the cargo carrier and cargo and any items loaded behind the rear axle of the car. You also need to check your vehicle maximum tongue weight rating and use the lowest maximum rating of the vehicle, hitch or cargo carrier as the weight that can be carried in the receiver hitch. If you have a 200 pound max tongue weight rating and no items loaded in the vehicle behind the rear axle then...
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  • Yes, the Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Bike Trunk Mounted Rack, item # Y02629, will fit on your 2003 Toyota Corolla, as long as it is the 4 door model. If you have a different model let me know what it is and I can make a recommendation for you. You will not need to make any modifications or need any extra parts to install the carrier. The only thing that could affect the fit is if you have an aftermarket spoiler on the trunk of your vehicle. Low profile factory spoilers work with...
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  • We offer a direct-fit, 49 state legal (except for California) catalytic converter for your Corolla, part # MF93200. The converter you referenced, part # MF36760, is for a Nissan Maxima or Pulsar.
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  • For an economically priced roof rack for your 2006 Toyota Corolla to start off with I would recommend the Rhino Rack Roof Rack that consists of the parts # DS118B and # DK004 over the # SR1002 because this is a custom fit rack designed to fit your vehicle, whereas the # SR1002 is a semi-custom fit rack that will fit but will be more of a challenge. I guarantee you will be happier with the Rhino Rack. For a kayak carrier designed to carry 2 kayaks the Yakima Stacker part # Y04036...
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  • The only way to carry a trike is to use a hitch mount bike rack and to carry a trike and regular bike together there is only one rack, # HR1450R-TRKADP2. However, this rack only fits 2 inch trailer hitch receiver openings. There are only Class I hitches with 1-1/4 inch receivers available for your 2011 Toyota Corolla. If you happen to have a different vehicle if you can tell me what it is I can determine if there is a 2 inch hitch available for it.
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  • The Rhino Rack Vortex Aero crossbars you referenced that consists of the # RRVA118B-2 crossbars, the # RRRLKVA legs and # DK152 clamp kit would be an economical yet aerodynamic choice for you. If wind resistance is a concern, going with a cargo box would be the way to go. For the most part, a cargo bag takes the shape of whatever's packed in it, while the cargo box is pretty aerodynamic. Keep in mind that putting anything on the roof of your vehicle, no matter how aerodynamic,...
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  • Thule makes a trunk mount bike rack that's specifically designed to fit over factory installed spoilers, the Archway. The rack is available in a 2 bike model as part # TH9009XT or a 3 bike, part # TH9010XT. I don't have specific fit information for the Swagman # S80310 trunk mounted bike rack. If you'll be transporting women's bikes or bikes with sharply-angled top tubes, you might also consider a frame adapter bar like part # 64005. The bar spans the distance between the...
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  • You are correct, the Curt, Draw-Tite, and Hidden Hitch receiver hitches all look very similar and also offer the same weight capacities. Draw-Tite and Hidden Hitch are actually sister companies so their hitches are pretty close to identical. The biggest difference between the three brands of receiver hitches for your 2008 Toyota Corolla is the fact that the Curt, # C11265, requires the use of stabilizing straps, # 18050, for all non-trailer loads like bike racks, cargo carriers...
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  • The Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Trunk Bike Rack, part # Y02629, is listed as fitting the 2010 Toyota Corolla 4-door WITHOUT a factory spoiler. Yakima does not test fit their trunk racks on vehicles with factory spoilers. So they can not say that it will work safely on your vehicle. See the picture to the right of a Yakima trunk rack on a Toyota Corolla. Looking at the way it is attached, I do not think it will install on a Corolla with a factory spoiler. Most trunk bike rack manufacturers...
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  • Typically (assuming that the manufacturer does not prohibit their use) if the vehicle has restricted clearance between the inside of the wheel and the drive train components, the manufacturer will specify a Class S tire chain, which offers a minimum of 15mm of clearance. You will need to read and abide by any advice or prohibitions mentioned in the owners manual regarding show chain use. For ease of installation, I would recommend the Thule self-tensioning snow chain that...
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  • Both the Derale Series 9000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, # D13611 and the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit , # D13501, would be a great choice for your 2011 Toyota Corolla. The general rule is that transmission fluid cannot be cooled too much, so using the largest cooler that will fit is a good idea, especially if towing. The only reason not to add the largest cooler possible, would be if you live in very cold climates where temperatures are below...
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  • The Curt Cargo Carrier, part # C-18145 has an overall capacity of 500 lb,s but this capacity will be limited by the tongue weight capacity of your Class I hitch. A class I hitch typically has a tongue weight capacity of 200 lbs, which means that the carrier itself and whatever is placed on it cannot weigh more than 200 lbs. Your hitch should have a sticker on it that will list its tongue weight capacity. Please note that exceeding the tongue weight capacity of the hitch can...
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  • First, you will want to consult the vehicle owners manual on the proper towing procedure for a 2008 Toyota Corolla. Some vehicles require special parts, like a transmission lube pump, free-wheeling hubs, or other parts before they can be flat towed. There are 5 items you will need if you determine you can flat tow your Corolla. First, you will need base plates. The Blue Ox base plates that you have referenced, # BX3777, are the correct ones for your Corolla. With these base...
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  • You may actually be able to use the Yakima HitchSki Snowboard and Ski Carrier, # Y02418. I did a test fit on the Rhode Gear Highway 4 Bike Carrier and the 2 are compatible. As long as you have this bike rack you can use the HitchSki. You would need to make sure the bike rack cradles are turn inward and you will have to turn the straps around to attach them to the bike rack, but it will work. I took a picture showing the 2 together. The Thule Hitch Mounted Bike Rack Ski Carrier...
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  • We do have a few options for adapters for a 1-1/4 inch hitch but they can only be used in the rise position: # MT70355 (Class II only) # HT5R (Class I and II) Please note that the use of any adapter will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch by 50 percent.
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  • The T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector, # 118459, is a powered converter that requires a direct connection to the vehicle battery. This virtually eliminates the power draw from the vehicle tail light wiring which protects the sensitive circuitry. The Curt T-Connector, # 55542, does not require a direct connection to the battery but the power draw from the trailer comes directly from the tail light wiring. For your 2010 Toyota Corolla, I recommend going...
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  • There are a few trunk mount bike carriers you can use on your 2015 Toyota Corolla S. I have included a link to the ones that will fit for you. I recommend the Yakima SuperJoe Pro, # Y02629. It is a good inexpensive option in a snazzy red finish. It holds 2 bikes and features anti-sway cradles to prevent the bikes from making contact with each other or the back of the vehicle. If you will be carrying any bikes that do not have a top frame bar that goes straight across (like...
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