Rola TuffBak Cargo Bag Review

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Review of the Rola TuffBak Cargo Bag

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Rola Tuffbak Cargo Bag, part number 59119. The Rola Tuffbak Cargo Bag is great for keeping your luggage, your sports equipment, or any other gear out of the elements, whether you're carrying it in your roof basket, in your truck bed, or on your cargo carrier. It's made out of a rainproof three layer fabric construction, so it's going to be strong and durable. It's also going to be resistant to UV rays, punctures, and tears. It also features a rain flap which covers the zipper, it's secured by hook and loop, and it's going to further keep out dirt and debris and road grime. It has reflective strips that are going to help it remain visible at night. It has reinforced anchor points and welded seams. The whole bag offers us 20 cubic feet of space, it measures 59 inches long by 24 inches wide, and 24 inches tall. The straps themselves measure 65 inches long. The zippers are large enough to wear you could pass a padlock through. We have plenty of options here at Compared to most cargo bags, this one's going to lean more towards the rugged side. It's going to be able to withstand a beating. Now that we've gone into the features, I'll go ahead and show you how to get it installed.

I've already got my cargo carrier installed on my vehicle. You want to be sure that your cargo carrier is large enough to support your bag. Now as we're unfolding it, we want to make sure that our zipper is accessible to the rear here, so we can just locate that. Now let's undo our hook and loop. Then we're going to unzip it all the way so we can begin loading up our cargo. With it unzipped all the way, I'm going to fold the top open and being loading it up. With everything loaded up, we can go ahead and fold the top back over, begin zipping it up. Now once you get it all zipped up, you're going to want to come back and fasten all of your hook and loop and make sure that zipper is completely covered all the way around. Now we can run our included straps. What we want to do is take the long end of the strap here, opposite the buckle, and we're going to start at the top of our bag. We're going to run it up through the lower slot first and then back down through the front slot.

Now we aren't going to tighten it down all the way just yet. We're just going to leave it loosely installed. For our shorter end of the strap, we're going to attach it to the rail here. We're going to come in through the inside and then attach it to the buckle just the same as we did the top. Then we can repeat the same process on our other 5 straps. If you don't have a rail to secure your strap to, Rola has a solution. Each strap includes a metal ring which attaches to the strap.

Then from that point, you take the metal ring, you turn it to a vertical position. We can push it down through the grate, turn it horizontal, pull it up, and then pull it down nice and tight. With all of our straps attached, we can run through and tighten them all up. Then we can just bundle up our excess. With everything all tightened down and bundled up, we're ready to hit the road. That's going to complete our look at the Rola Tuffbak Cargo Bag, part number 59119.

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