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Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 Chrysler Town and Country

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Review of the Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2014 Chrysler Town and Country


Speaker: Today, on our 2014 Chrysler Town and Country, we're going to do a test fit on the Carpod Folding Walled Cargo Carrier. This cargo carrier will hold 450 pounds, fits in a 2-inch receiver. Now we will take some measurements. First, we're going to go with our ground height, ground clearance, which will be 18 1/2 inches. Now, we'll see how much we added to the over-all length of the vehicle, and we're about 33 inches. Now we'll get a measurement here at our closest point, we're about 3 1/2 inches. On the Town and Country, the exhaust exits on the passenger's side we'll get a measurement how far it is away from the exhaust, which we're about 15 inches. Keep in mind you want to keep your more heat-sensitive items towards the middle or on the driver's side to prevent any problems.

This cargo carrier, with it in this position, you cannot open the rear hatch. Now, we can fold down the side walls and show you how it will be looking folded down. We will place the strap that keeps it all intact. You just pull that tight. With it in this position, you can open the gate.

Now, we're going to fold it up. You can pull the clip, remove your pin, put it in the upright position, reinstall your pin and safety clip. Now, with the closest point, we will be at 2 3/4 inches. These do not come with the hitch pin that is available separately on our website, Part #PC3. That will conclude the test fit of the Carpod M2205 23 x 47, Folding Walled Cargo Carrier on our 2014 Chrysler Town and Country. Here it is in our test course. First, we'll go through our slalom.

This will show the side to side action during evasive maneuvers or making turns. Next, our alternating speed bumps. This will simulate driving over uneven pavement. Lastly are the solid speed bumps which simulate coming in or out of a parking lot or driveway. .


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