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Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Toyota RAV4

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Review of the Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2015 Toyota RAV4


Today on our 2015 Toyota Rav 4, we're doing a test fit of the Carpod walled cargo carrier, part number M2205. It is equipped for 2 inch hitches only. You see that we already have it hooked up to our vehicle. Let's show you a few features. Now, this can hold up to 450 pounds. The dimensions are 23 by 47.

It does not come with a pin and clip, so you can find that on our web site, any pin and clips, or anti rattle devices. Now, the first thing I'd like to do is take a few measurements, I'm sorry. First measurement I would like to take, it'd be closest to the rack from the bumper, and I'm showing about 5 inches. Now overall. Overall, I'm showing about 35 inches.

And for our ground clearance, I'm showing about 16 inches. Now, this is good for when you're traveling down the road. You want to have extra room inside your cargo bay, inside the vehicle, this would be good for you. Now this has four pins that we can take out to show you how it all folds down.Take out the two pins there, kind of open it up a little bit. Then we have 2 pins down here also.

Bring that down, like that. Like that. Now, this does come with a strap, so you can hold it down. Some times you have to bring it up just to bring it through, so we'll bring it through there like so. Put it back down, and come over the top.

Put on our strap, then tighten it down. Now this also has a folding feature. So we'll pull the clip here, take out our pin, fold up, replace our pin. Put on the clip. Now overall, the distance has changed, and the distance closest to the bumper has changed just a little bit. Overall, we're looking at approximately 12 inches. And closest, I'm looking at about 4 and a half inches. That'll be it for our test fit of the Carpod walled Cargo Carrier, part number M2205 on today's 2015 Toyota Rav 4. Let's see how it does on our test course.inaudible 00:03:43Next are alternating speed bumps which simulate twisting action, like hitting a pot hole, road debris, or hitting a curb. Finally, the solid speed bumps, which show the up and down action like a parking garage, or coming out your driveway.


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