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Thule Roof Rack Fairing Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test-fitting the Thule fairing for Thule Traverse Roof Rack Systems, 38 inches in length, part number TH871XT. With a Thule Traverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the four inside set-up brackets around our front bar. We need to make sure that the arrow on the bracket is facing towards the front of our Corolla. You want to space them out as evenly as possible to fit the spread of the arms on our fairing. You don't want to secure them at this time, as we need to leave them loose, so that we can make any necessary adjustments. Now, we'll go ahead and place the fairing up onto our roof and use the arms of the fairing as a guide and where the inside set of brackets needs to be clamped down. Once we do this, we'll then snap the inside brackets in place. Now, we'll go ahead and raise the fairing up to a 45-degree angle, to get the hooks into the front part of the inside bracket. We'll then tilt the fairing back down and allow the backside of the outside brackets to go around the inside brackets.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2011 Toyota Corolla we'll be test fitting the Glacier Cable Snow tire chains, part number PW1030. These are SAE class S tire chains. We'll be test fitting these tire chains on tire size 195/65-15. This vehicle is front-wheel drive, so we will be installing the tire chains on the front set of tires. To begin our test fit we'll lay the chains flat out on the ground to undo any kinks or tangles. This will ensure that the tire chain will fit correctly around the tire. We'll now drape the tire chains over the tire, making sure it is centered and the hooks are facing out so that we don't damage the outer wall of the tire. Now for today's demonstration, our vehicle is on a lift to give you more detailed shots of the connecting points of the tire chain.



Hollywood Racks Traveler Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Hollywood racks traveler, four-bike rack for 1-1/4, and 2-inch hitches, part number Hr8500. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up your pinholes, thread in the entire rattle bolt, and tighten it up with a quick turn of the wrench. Be sure to insert the counter pin on the other side of the hitch. Now that we have the rack installed, you'll see that there's a ground clearance of about ten inches. The closest point from the rack to the back of the car is about four inches, and the overall addition to the back of the Corolla is about ten inches.



Thule Circuit Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we'll be test fitting the Thule Circuit roof-mounted bike rack, part #TH526. With the Thule rapid traverse roof rack system on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the bike rack up onto the vehicle's load bars. Now with the skewer already removed, we'll position the front bracket around the underside of the front bar. We'll then lift up the cam action lever which will allow us to change the setting to fit the thickness of our load bar. Then at the rear, we'll go ahead and remove of the wing nuts which is going to allow us to position the rubber coated bracket around the underside of the rear bar. We'll then reinstall our black wing nut, keeping it loose at this time.



Thule Vertex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we're going to test fit the Thule Vertex 4-bike rack for 1 1/4 and 2-inch hitches, part #TH9029. Be aware that you should only carry up to 2 bikes on a class 1 and 2 hitch. Let's begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. We will line up the pin holes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt and tighten it up with a quick turn of the wrench. With the rack on the back of the Toyota, you'll notice that the ground clearance is about 10 1/2 inches. The closest point between the rack and the back of the car is about 2 1/2 inches and the overall length added to the back of the car is about 13 inches. Pull the gray lever at the top of the mast and open up the cradle arms.



Thule AeroBlade Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we'll be test fitting the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System using part numbers THARB53, TH480R and THKIT1515. We'll begin our test fit by first placing the front load bar onto the front of our roof. We'll then need to measure ten inches from the front part of the glass to the first part of our footpack. We'll need to make this measurement on both the passenger and driver side of the vehicle, this will ensure that the front load bar is perpendicular to the roof of our Corolla. Once we've made those measurements, and the bar is in position, we can use the included tensioning tool to adjust the clips to fit around the roof line. We'll then need to tighten down the silver bolt located on the inside of the footpack. Now, we need to tighten down each side a little bit at a time so that the bar doesn't favor one side of the vehicle.



Thule T2 Platform Style Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we will test fit the Thule T2 Platform-Style 2 Bike Rack with Integrated Cable Lock for 1- Hitches, part number TH917XTR.Lets get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up the pin holes, and thread in the anti-rattle bolt. Tighten it with a wrench. Install the lock.With a rack on the car, you will see that there is a ground clearance of about 11 inches. Three quarter inches is the closest point between the rack and the car, and the overall length added to the car is about 13 inches.You can see here that you can open the rear hatch as well. If thats not enough room, you can also tilt it back by pulling the pin and pulling up the gray lever.Next, were going to extend our wheel hook.



Thule Pulse Alpine Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, well be test fitting the Thule Fairing for Thule Traverse Roof Rack Systems, 38 inches in length, part number TH871XT. With the Thule traverse roof rack system on our vehicle, well begin our test fit by first placing the four inside set of brackets or on our front bar. Well need to make sure that the aero on the bracket is facing towards the front of our Corolla. You want to space them out as evenly as possible to fit the spread up the arms on our fairing. Now you dont want to secure them at this time as we need to leave them loose so that we can make any necessary adjustments. Now well go ahead and place the fairing up on to our roof, and use the arms of the fairing as a guide in where the inside set of brackets and your CV you clamp down. Once we do this, well then snap the inside brackets in place.



Thule Hitching Post Pro Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Hitching Post Pro Folding Tilting 4-Bike Rack with Anti-Sway for 1-1/4 and 2-inch hitches, part number TH934XTR. Be sure to note class-1 hitches only allow for up to 2 bikes on the carrier. We'll get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up your pinholes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt, and tighten. With the rack installed, your ground clearance is about 9-1/2 inches. The closest point from the back of the car to the rack is about 6 inches, and the overall added dimensions to the back of the car is about 16 inches.



Thule Big Mouth Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Thule Big Mouth Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number TH599XTR. With the Thule Traverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing our bike rack onto our load bars. Now, starting at the front, we'll position the L brackets, which will go around the front and bottom side of the front bar. Then moving to the back, we'll loosen up one of the wing nuts and remove it and then position the black plate around the underside of the rear bar. We'll then re-install our black wing nut and then tighten it down. With the bike rack secured, we're ready to load up a bike. We'll need to undo the ratcheting straps on the front and back part of the carrier and then pull down on the black lever, which controls the frame clamp.



Thule Apex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test filling the Thule Apex 4 Bike Rack for 1 1/4 and 2 inch hitches. Part number TH9025. Be sure to note that you should only carry 1 or 2 bikes on this rack for a class 1 hitch. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up your pin holes and insert the already attached pin. Tighten the knob to secure the pin and engage the anti-rattle device. You'll notice that your ground clearance is about 10 1/2 inches. The closest point to the rack from the back of the car is about 2 inches and the overall added amount to the back of the car is about 13 inches. The Thule Apex allows for access to the trunk and if that's not enough space, you can tilt the carrier back by folding the gray lever at the bottom of the mask. By pulling the gray lever at the top of the mask, you can open the cradle arms.



Swagman Upright Roof Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Swagman Upright Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number S64720. With a Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the bike rack up onto the vehicle's load bars. Starting at the front, we'll take the silver U bolts to go around the underside of the front bar, up through the pre-drilled holes of the head of the carrier. We'll then thread in our black wing nuts and tighten them down. Now, moving to the rear, this time we'll take the silver U bolt to go down through the pre-drilled holes of the bike rack and then use the black plate to go on the bottom side of the rear bar. We'll then take our wing nuts and thread that onto the silver U bolts and tighten them down. With the bike rack secured, we're ready to load up a bike. We'll undo the red straps at the front and rear of the carrier, and then we'll loosen up the frame hook.



Swagman G10 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Swagman G10 2-Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2-Inch Hitches, part number S64681. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up the pinholes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt. Tighten it with a wrench, and then we can put the lock on the other side. You can see with the rack in its platform position that it has a ground clearance of about 17-1/2 inches. The closest point to the vehicle is about 5 inches, and the overall length added to the Corolla is about 24 inches. With the quick pull of a lever, you can move the rack into a platform position.



Swagman Fork Down Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be testing the Swagman Fork Down roof mounted bike rack, part number s64710. With the truly rapid traverse roof rack system on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the bike rack up onto the vehicle's load bars. Starting at the front, we'll take the silver u-bolts to go around the underside of the front bar, up to the pre-drilled holes of the head of the bike rack. We'll then take the black wing nuts which we'll thread down onto the silver u-bolts, keeping them loose at this time. We'll then move to the rear and this time, slide the silver u-bolt through the predrilled holes of the bike rack and bring the black plate around the underside. We'll slide it over the u-bolt and then use our black wing nuts to tighten it down. With all of our hardware in place, we now can tighten them down all the way. With our bike rack secured, we're ready to load up a bike. We'll loosen up the skewer to make sure our forks can slide down onto it and well undo the trace trap.



SportRack Super EZ Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to test fit the SportRack Super EZ Platform-Style 2-Bike Rack for 1-1/4 and 2-Inch Hitches, part number SR2901LR. You will get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up your pinholes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt and tighten it with a wrench. Install the lock on the other side. Once the rack is on the car, you'll notice that the ground clearance is about 13 inches. The closest point from the back of the car to the bike rack is 8 inches, and the overall length added to the back of the Corolla is about 24 inches. Next, you'll just pull the pins to open up the platform of the rack.



Saris Cycle-On Pro Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Corolla, we're going to test fit the Saris Cycle On Pro 2-Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 Hitches, part number SA4023. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up your pinholes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt. Install the lock on the other side of the pin. Now that the rack is on the car, you'll see that the ground clearance is about 10 inches. The closest point to the bike rack is about 6-1/2 inches from the back of the car, and the overall length is about 16 inches added onto the Corolla. Let's take a look down at the bottom of the mast.



Saris Axis 3 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to test fit the Saris Axis 3 Bike Rack for 1 1/4 and 2 inch hitches. Part number SA843B. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. We're going to line up the pin holes, thread in the anti-rattle bolt and and then we're going to tighten it up with a wrench and install the lock on the other side. Now that we have the bike rack installed, the ground clearance is about 10 1/2 inches. The closest point from the car is about 5 inches. The overall length is about 14 inches. There's plenty of room with this bike rack to open the trunk.



Saris Axis Tilting 2 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Saris Axis 2 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches, part number SA832B. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. We'll line up the pin holes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt, tighten it up with a wrench, and then install the cotter pin on the other side. Now that we have the rack installed, you'll see that the ground clearance is about 10". The closest point from the back of the car is about 5-1/2", and the overall length from the back of the Corolla is about 13". As you can see, there's plenty of room to open the trunk with the bike rack installed. If that's not enough, you can also use the tilt feature. We can just pull the yellow T handle, and the bike rack tilts back. To bring out the cradle arms, loosen the thumb screw, move the cradle arms towards the mast, raise the cradle arm to the desired position, and then bring it back over the grooves and tighten the thumbscrew again.



RockyMounts PitchFork Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the RockyMounts PitchFork Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number RKY0438. With a Thule Traverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the bike rack up onto the vehicle's load bars. We'll then remove the black plastic cover at the front, as well as removing the skewer, to expose the 2 Allen bolts. We'll then need to loosen up the Allen bolts to be able to position the gold bracket around the underside of the front bar. Once that's done, we can then thread our Allen bolts back through the holes and tighten it down with the Allen wrench. Then moving to the rear, we'll remove the wing nut and position the black bracket around the rear bar. We'll then lift up the tail end of the bike rack to be able to slide the gold bolt through the hole of the bracket.



Rhino-Rack Master-Fit Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Rhino Rack Master Fit Rooftop Cargo Box with 14 cubic feet of space, part number RMF400. With a Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the box up onto the vehicle's load bars. After positioning it, we can unlock the box and open the lid, exposing the two closest slots. We'll take the clamps, slide them down through the slots over the top of each bar, and then we'll turn the green knobs, which will tighten down the clamps. We'll then move to the other side of the vehicle and repeat the same process. Now, this double-sided opening lid will also enable you to easily load and unload your cargo from either side of the vehicle. Once all four of our clamps are tightened down and secured, that'll complete today's test fit of the Rhino Rack Master Fit Rooftop Cargo Box, part number RMF400, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla.



Prorack 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today, on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the ProRack 4-Bike Rack for 1-1/4 and 2-Inch Hitches, part number PR8062404. It is important to note that you should only carry up to 2 bikes with a class-1 or 2 hitch. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up the pinholes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt, and then tighten it up with a quick turn of the wrench. Be sure to attach the Cotter pin on the other side. Now that we have the rack on the car, you'll notice that there's a ground clearance of about 9-1/2 inches.



Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Kuat Trio Roof Mounted Bike Rack. Part number RU01. With the Thule Rapid Reverse Roof Rack System on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the bike rack up onto the vehicle's load bars. We'll go ahead and start at the back and position the rubber coated black plate around the under side of the rear bar. We'll remove the black wing knot and slide the bolt through the hole of the bracket reinstalling our wing knot loosely. We'll then move to the front and take the rubber coated U bolts to go up around the bottom side of the front bar, up through the frigged holes of the head of the bike rack. We'll then take the black knots to thread down on onto the U bolts and use the silver wrench to tighten it down. With the front part of the bike rack secured, we'll then go ahead and go to the rear and finish tightening down the black wing knots. With the bike rack secured, we're ready to load up our bike.



Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box with 21 cubic feet of space, AeroSkin Black in color, part number TH626. With the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack system on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the cargo box up onto the vehicle's load bars. After positioning the clamps to fit over the bars, we can unlock the box and open the lid, exposing the two closest knobs. We'll then turn the knobs to tighten on the clamps up against the bars. We'll then move to the other side of the vehicle and repeat the same process. Now, this double-sided opening lid will also enable you to easily load and unload your cargo from either side of the vehicle. Once everything is all tightened down and secure, that'll complete today's test fit of the Thule Force XXL, part number TH626 on our 2013 Toyota Corolla. .



Swagman XTC2 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test-fitting the Swagman XTC 2, two bike platform rack for 1 1/4 and 2 inch trailer hitches, part number S64670. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. Line up the pin holes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt and and tighten it up with a wrench. With the rack on the car, you'll see that the ground clearance is about 13 1/2 inches. The closest point to the vehicle is about 4 1/2 inches and the overall length is 21 inches. Next you'll pull the pins at the bottom of the mast to unfold the cradles into the platform position. Once down, reinsert the pins to lock them in place. Also, raise the frame hooks to their highest position.



SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we'll be test fitting the Sportrack Roof Mounted Bike Rack, Part #SR4611. With a inaudible 00:00:08 traverse roof rack system on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by first placing the bike rack up onto the vehicles load bars. Starting at the front, we'll take the rubber-coated u-bolts to go around the underside of the front bar up to the pre-drilled holes at the head of the carrier. Then take our black wing nuts that thread down onto the u-bolts leaving them loose at this time. We'll then take the rubber-coated black plate to go around the underside of the rear bar. We'll then insert the bolts into the holes and tighten it down using the wing nut. Once those wing nuts are tight, move back up to the front and finish tightening those down as well. With the bike rack secured, we're ready to load up a bike. We'll undo the straps at the front and rear of the bike rack and double-check to make sure our frame clamp is loose.



SportRack 3 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, were going to be testing the SportRack 3 bike rack for 1 and a quarter and 2 inch hitches, part number SR2403. Please keep in mind, for class 1 hitch, you should use no more than 2 bikes on your rack. Lets get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver, line up your pin holes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt and tighten it up with a quick turn of the wrench. Now that the rack is in place, youll notice that the ground clearance is about 9 and a half inches. The closest point from the back of the car to the rack is about 5 inches and the overall length added to the back of our Corolla is about 12 inches. Theres no doubt, you can open up the trunk with this bike rack and if thats not enough room, just pull the pin at the bottom of the mast and tilt the rack back, allowing you maximum access to the back of the Corolla. By removing the pin at the top of the mast, you can bring out the cradle arms of our rack. Youll see it adds about 32 inches to the overall length of the Corolla.



Saris Freedom 2 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we are going to test fit the Saris Freedom 2 bike rack for one and a quarter and two inch hitches, part number SA4412B. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver, line up the pinholes, thread in the anti rattle bolt and tighten it with the wrench, finish up by inserting the cutter pin. Now that the bike rack is mounted, let's take a look at some measurements. Your ground clearance is approximately 10 inches. The closest point from the back of the vehicle is about 9 1/2 inches. We've added about 23 1/2 inches to the overall length to the back of the Corolla. To get the rack ready for the bike, pull the yellow T handle, undo your straps. Now grab your bike, place it on the rack.



Swagman Titan Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we'll be test-fitting the Swagman Titan 4 Bike rack for for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches. Part #S63410. Let's get started by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver. We will line up the pin holes and thread in the anti-rattle bolt and then tighten it with a wrench. Once the hitch is on the car, you'll notice that the ground clearance is about 13-1/2", the closest distance between the car and the bike rack is about 6" and the overall length is about 21". There's plenty of room here to open up the trunk and it's that's not enough, this rack also tilts back to allow even more access to your trunk. By pulling the lever at the top of the mast, you can swing out the cradle arms. With cradle arms out, the length of the car has been extended by about 41". Next, we'll undo the cradle straps.



Prorack 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Speaker 1: Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we will be test fitting the Prorack 2-Bike Rack for 1-1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number PR8062403. Lets start our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver of the hitch. Lets line up the pin holes and thread in our anti-rattle bolt, install the cutter pin on the other side and tighten it with a wrench. Once the rack is installed, youll see that the ground clearance is about 10 inches. The closest point from the back of the Corolla is about 3 inches. The overall length added to the Corolla is about 23 inches. The Prorack also allows access to your trunk.





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