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Get all the room you need inside your car by putting your bikes, cargo or kayak on your rooftop. Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack, Rola and Malone roof racks are built to the highest quality specifications to accommodate all your cargo needs.

Thule, Yakima and Rhino Rack offer roof bike racks in the traditional fork mount style or in the easy to load, wheel mount style.

Cargo baskets from Rola, Rhino Rack, Yakima and Thule offer a great looking way to get your cargo out of your vehicle and safely carry it on your trip. Roof cargo bags and roof boxes can also be used if you would like some waterproof or water resistant protection for your cargo.

If you need to carry bulky skis, snowboards, kayak or a canoe, putting it on the roof is a great option to unclutter your vehicle and keep the gear safe. We offer Yakima and Thule ski racks and watersport carriers that are sturdy and safe for all your cargo needs.




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We offer custom fit roof racks from Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack, Rola, Inno and Whispbar that will be a perfect fit for your vehicle. Just enter your year make and model above. We also offer a full line of roof rack accessories, including roof bike racks, roof cargo baskets, roof cargo boxes, kayak and canoe carriers, roof bags, ski racks and snowboard racks. If you need to do some roof rack repairs, we also carry replacement parts for all the roof and cargo racks.


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Toyota Corolla Roof Rack Videos

SeaSucker Roof Rack Review - 2018 Toyota Corolla

Speaker 1: Today in our 2018 Toyota Corolla, we're gonna be test fitting the SeaSucker Monkey Bar roof rack system, and this is going to be part number 298-SX6000. These bars are 48 inches long. Attach to your roof without any other clamps or anything like that, that would go underneath your doorjamb here. Instead, it uses these suction mounts on both sides. These suction mounts do have 210 pounds of pull, so they are going to stay in place once they're installed.This is a great roof rack system to carry a wide variety of accessories to free up space inside your Corolla, like bike racks, cargo baskets, or cargo boxes. This is adjustable with these eyelets here on both sides back and forth to accommodate different crossbar spread.



Rhino-Rack Euro Square Roof Rack Review - 2018 Toyota Corolla

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Rhino Rack 2,500 square crossbar roof rack system, using part numbers DS118B for the 46-inch long square bars and foot packs and part number DK383 for the custom fit kit.This Rhino Rack roof rack system is going to allow you to carry bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes and much more. The square bars are an entry level solution. They're not going to be as quiet as an arrow bar style. You can, however pick up a Rhino Rack faring to cut down on that wind noise and drag. You can find that here at etrailer.com.The bars are an aluminum construction with built-in locks on the foot pack to deter theft. The fit hooks are custom designed to fit your Corolla.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2018 Toyota Corolla

Speaker 1: Today, on our 2018 Toyota Corolla, we're gonna be doing a test fit on the Rhino rack 2500 series Vortex aero roof rack system, using part numbers RRVA118B-2 for the 46" long, black, aluminum crossbars. They're also available in silver with part number RRVA118S-2, part number RRLKVA. That's for the 2500 series legs. Finally, part number DK383 for the custom fit kit for the Corolla. This roof rack system's gonna be great for carrying your bike racks, kayak carriers, roof boxes, really any accessory you want to put on your roof. It features aero style bars, which compared to square or round bars, it's gonna be a lot quiet and you don't need a fairing.



Thule AeroBlade Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2018 Toyota Corolla

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be doing to be doing a test fit on the Thule Aeroblade Rapid Traverse roof rack system, using part numbers THARB47 for the silver, 47 inch aluminum crossbars. They're also available in black with part number THARB47B. We're also going to be using part numbers TH480R for the Rapid Traverse roof rack foot packs and then part number THKIT1746 for the Thule Fit Kit for the Corolla.This Thule roof rack system is going to allow you to carry bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes, and much more. The Aeroblade design is going to help cut down on wind noise and drag, and it's going to reduce the need for a fairing, unlike round bars or square bars, which are much noisier. It's going to work with traditional clamp-on accessories and T-track accessories. You just trim the strip around your accessories, replace it, and you're all set.The fit hooks are custom designed to fit your Corolla.



Thule Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today in our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Thule square bar roof rack system, consisting of part numbers THLB50, these are the Thule load bars, part number TH480 these are the Thule Traverse roof rack foot backs, and part number THKIT1746 and this is the fit kit for the Corolla. The Thule low bar roof rack system is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories while freeing up space in your vehicle for you and your family. It can carry bike racks, cargo baskets, enclosed cargo boxes, ski and snowboard carriers, as well as water sport carriers for your kayaks or canoes. To cut down wind noise and drag, you can purchase the Thule fairing which is sold separately. The two bars have a carrying capacity of 165 pounds, although you always want to double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure it can withstand that weight. Also at our end caps here, we do have knockouts which you can install Thule lock cores in, which are also sold separately, so once you install this onto your roof, it's going to be secure to your roof as well. Now that we've gone over some of the features of the roof rack, let's go ahead and show you how it installs. We have our rear bar partially assembled. We'll show you how the rest of it goes together.



Rhino-Rack RS 2500 Vortex Aero Roof Rack Installation - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today in our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino Rack RS2500 roof rack system. Part number RRRS586B. This also comes in silver as part number RRRS586. The Rhino roof rack system is great for carrying a wide variety of objects on your roof and freeing up space in your vehicle for you and your family. It can carry bike racks, cargo baskets, cargo boxes, ski and snowboard carriers, as well as water sport carriers such as kayaks and canoes. It has these vortex arrow strips and that combined with the aerodynamic shape of the bars will cut down the wind noise and drag while you're driving. It also means that you can use accessories that fit into T-tracks for your roof.



Rhino-Rack Euro Square Roof Rack Review - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack Square Bar Roof Rack System, consisting of part numbers DS118B. This is the Rhino-Rack Square Bars along with the 2500 Series Roof Rack Legs and part number DK383, and this is the custom fit kit for the Corolla. The Rhino-Rack Square Bar Roof Rack System is great for carrying accessories on your roof while freeing up space for you and your family in your vehicle. While it does have a square bar design, you can purchase bearings 00:00:25 on the etrailer.com website. That will cut down wind noise and drag while you're driving. Both bars combined have a carrying capacity of 165 pounds, although always double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure it can withstand those weights. At the end, we have these two locking caps here.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Roof Rack System, consisting of part numbers RRVA118B-2. These are the Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars, 46" long. This also comes in silver, part number RRVA118S-2. We'll also be using part number RRRLKVA. These are the Rhino-Rack 2500 Series Legs for Vortex Aero Crossbars, and part number DK383 and this is the Custom Fit Kit for the Corolla. The Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Roof Rack System is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories onto your roof, and frees up space in your vehicle for you and your family. It has these Vortex rubber strips here at the top, and that coupled with the aerodynamic design of the bar, will actually cut down wind noise and drag while you're driving.



Thule AeroBlade Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Thule AeroBlade Roof Rack System, consisting of part numbers THARB47. These are the Thule AeroBlade load bars. The Thule AeroBlade bars also come in black as part number THARB47B. Part number TH480R, the rapid traverse feet, and part number THKIT1746. This is the fit kit for the Corolla. Thule AeroBlade roof rack system is great for carrying accessories on your roof and freeing up space inside your vehicle for you and your family. It can carry a wide variety of accessories from bike racks, to cargo baskets, to enclosed cargo boxes, to ski and snowboard carriers, and water sport carriers such as kayaks or canoes. It has a rubber strip on the top of the bar here, and that, coupled with the aerodynamic shape of the bar will cut down wind noise and drag while you're driving.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2007 Toyota Corolla

Today on this 2007 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack vortex aero cross bar roof rack, part number RRVA118B-2. That will be the actual cross bars themselves. Part number RRRLKVA, that will be the feet. And part number DK004 and that'll be the clamps or fit kit that actually connects inside your vehicle. Now we have the front one installed, let's go ahead and show you how to install the rear one. Kind of have it partially assembled here, one side already done. When you get the kit, the fit kit itself comes with the rubber pads and the clamps.



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.



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.



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.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test-fitting the Thule Traverse Roof Rack System. We're going to be using part numbers THLB50, that's going to be for the 50-inch bars. TH480, that's going to be for the traverse foot packs and part number THKIT1746, that's going to be for Toyota Corolla custom foot pack that Thule puts together for us. Again, just a custom fit. It's got the custom fit pad and the clamps designed to fit the roof line of our vehicle. Now we already have our rear bar installed onto our vehicle and we have part of our front bar assembled and put together. Real quick, we just want to go and show you how to assemble the last foot pack and how to assemble it onto the bar. We're going to rotate this around you so you can get a better look at it. We got our foot pack here, again, this is going to be part number TH480, you're going to get four feet included in that.



Thule Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test-fitting the Thule traverse roof rack system, using part numbers THLB50, TH480, and THKIT1515. We'll begin our test fit by first placing the front bar onto the front of our roof. We'll need to measure ten inches from the front part of our front window, to the first part of our foot pack. We'll need to make this measurement on both the passenger and driver's side of the vehicle. This will insure that the front bar is perpendicular to the roof of our Corolla, and that the pads fit correctly on the roof line. With the front bar in position, we can use the included tensioning tool, which will turn the silver bolt on the inside of our foot, which will tighten down the clips up against the roof. When tightening, we want to alternate sides, so that the bar doesn't favor one side of the vehicle. With the front bar secured, we'll now place our rear bar onto the rear of our roof, and measure our load bar spread.



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 AeroBlade Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla well be test fitting the Thule Aeroblade Roof Racking System, part numbers th480r, tharb47, thkit1515. Now with our fit kit and our feet attachment to our crossbars, well begin our test fit by first opening the passenger and driver side door of the vehicle. Well place the front crossbar onto the vehicle and well measure from the first part of the glass to the first part of the feet ten inches. This will ensure that the crossbar is perpendicular to the vehicle and the fit kit on the feet fit correctly on the vehicle. Once weve established this measurement for the both the passenger and drivers side of the vehicle, well use the included tensioning tool to tighten down the clips to secure it to the vehicle. Now with the front crossbar secured to the vehicle, well close the doors and open up the rear doors of the vehicle and set our rear crossbar on top of the vehicle.



Thule Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2012 Toyota Corolla

Today were working with a 2012 Toyota Corolla and were going to be test fitting a Thule Roof Rack System. Well be using the 50 inch square load bars, part number THLB50, the traverse foot pack, part number TH480, as well as the fit kit for our Corolla which is part number THKIT1515. Now we already have our load bars assembled according to the instructions and were not ready to mount them up on top of our vehicle. Well take our front load bar and set it up on top of our roof. To position it properly we need to measure 10 inches from the edge of the seal on the windshield to the leading edge of the traverse foot. Well make sure its the same on both sides, then we can use the included Accutite tool to tighten down the roof rack.





Thule AeroBlade Traverse Roof Rack Installation - 2012 Toyota Corolla

Today were working with a 2012 Toyota Corolla and were going to be test fitting a Thule roof rack System. Well be using the 47 inch aeroblade lug bars, part number THARB47, the rapid traverse foot pack, part number TH480R, and finally the fit kit for our Corolla which is part number THKIT1515. We already have our lug bars assembled according to the instructions and now were to mount the system up onto our vehicles roof. Well take the front load bar and set it up on top of our roof. To position the front bar correctly well need to measure 10 inches from the edge of the windshield seal to the leading edge of our rapid traverse foot. Well make sure it measures 10 inches on both sides of the vehicle, then well make sure our clamp fits nicely against our roof line and we can tighten this system down with the included Accutite tools.





Toyota Corolla Roof Bike Racks Videos

RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla we're going to be test fitting the RockyMounts BrassKnuckles roof bike rack, part number RKY1202. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike grips to your bike rack, we're going to have three points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead, we'll have this wheel hook up at the front and these two wheel straps for both wheels. These are adjustable to accommodate bikes of different size.



Rhino Rack Roof Bike Racks Review - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack Hybrid Roof Bike Rack, part number RRRBC050. We already have our bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of our features. How the bike is attached to the rack is pretty unique. Instead of having to remove the front tire and to have it gripped by the fork mounts, you could leave everything intact. We have two wheel straps to hold it down. Then, of course, we have the wheel hook here at the front.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2017 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2017 Toyota Corolla we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack MountainTrail rooftop bike rack, part number RBC035. We already have our bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How the bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead, we're going to have a rear wheel strap here, and then we're going to have this skewer mount here which will grip our bike by its front fork mounts. The skewer is lockable, so once you attach this bike to the bike rack and lock it in place, it's secured to the bike rack as well. With everything installed as it is, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between the trunk and the bike rack itself, as you can see here.



Rhino Rack Road-Warrior Roof Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Corolla

Today on this 2007 Toyota Corolla, we are going to be test fitting the ride a rack road warrior rooftop bike rack part number RVC036. As you can see we already have a bike on installed on the rack. It's going to show you how it installs. You are going to have two points of contact and no frame contact. You are going to have wheel strap back here as well as fork net up here with a skewer. Now this skewer can be locked so your bike rack is secured when it's installed. Let's go ahead and snuff the strap back here.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2007 Toyota Corolla

Today on this 2007 Toyota Corolla, we're going to be test-fitting the Rhino-Rack Mountain Trail rooftop bike rack, part number RBC035.As you can see, we already have a bike attached to the rack. I'll show you how it attaches. It's going to have two points of contact, and actual no frame contact. It's going to have this strap here with the wheel. There's going to be a fork mount, meaning this skewer here actually pushes on the forks and holds it in place. This is a locking fork mount.Let's go ahead and loosen up the strap back here ...



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 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 Big Mouth Roof Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla, we are going to be test fitting the Thule Big Mouth Roof Mounted Bike Rack. This is a frame mounted bike rack, part number TH599XTR. We already have the Thule Traverse Roof Rack System installed in our vehicle, we can begin the test fit by placing the big mouth directly onto our load bars. We want to secure it here at the front first, it got this little slots in the clamp, we can just bring around the front bar. Once we have those around, we are just going to fit the T bolt directly through the appropriate slots and then we can use the thumb knobs here at the top to tighten those down. First we are going to get those tight that way it can secure the front part of the rack. Once we have each side settled down, we can go ahead and tighten it up the rest of the way.



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.



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 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.



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.



RockyMounts TieRod Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Rockymounts Tierod roof-mounted bike carrier, part number RKY1014. Now with the roof rack system already assembled on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the carrier onto the vehicle's cross bars. We'll then remove the front black plastic cap and loosen up the allen bolts at the rear of the carrier. In no specific order, we'll bring the rubber coated steel around the underside of the front cross bar, and the back black bracket around the underside of the rear cross bar. We'll then tighten down the front allen bolt to secure the front of the carrier to the front cross bar, and tighten down the rear allen bolts to secure the rear bracket to the rear cross bar. We'll then replace our front black plastic cap, and we're ready to load our bike.



RockyMounts TieRod Stretch Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Rockymounts Tierod Stretch roof-mounted bike carrier, part number RKY1011. Now with the roof rack system already assembled on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the carrier onto the vehicle's cross bars. We'll then remove the front black plastic cap and in no specific order bring the rubber coated steel straps around the front cross bar, and the rear black bracket around the rear cross bar by loosening up the allen bolts. We'll then tighten up the allen bolt on the rear bracket to secure the rear of the carrier to the rear cross bar. We'll then tighten down the allen bolt in the front of the carrier to tighten down the straps around the front cross bar, securing the carrier to the vehicle. We'll then replace the front black plastic cap, and we're ready to load our bike.





Toyota Corolla Roof Cargo Carrier Videos

Thule Pulse Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2014 Toyota Corolla we're going to be test fitting the Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box. It's going to offer 14 cubic feet of space. It's part number is TH614. On the Corolla we already installed the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System. We can begin our test fit by placing our box directly onto our load bars. This box does open from one side only. We're going to favor the passenger side, making it easier to access the gear that we have inside the box.



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.



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.



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. .



Thule Sonic Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, well be test fitting the Thule Sonic Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Glossy Black in color with 13 cubic feet of space, part number TH634B. Now will our roof rack system already assembled on our vehicle, well begin our test fit by placing the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. You may want to loosen up the claws before fitting the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. Well then use the key to open up one side of the cargo box to expose the two closest knobs to tighten down the claws onto the crossbars. Once one side of the cargo box is secured, well close the lid and open up the other side of the cargo box. Well then tighten down the remaining two knobs to completely secure the cargo box to the vehicles crossbars.



Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla well be test fitting the Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box, matte black in color with 16 cubic feet of space, part number th615. Now to begin our test fit, well simply set the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. Well then use the key to open up the cargo box to expose the knobs. After bringing the claws around the crossbars and adjusting the cargo box into position, well turn the gray knobs to tighten down the claws to secure the box to the vehicle. One convenience factor about the Thule Pulse is its ability to slide the claws back and forth to adjust for different crossbar spreads. And, that completes todays test fit for the Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box, matte black in color with 16 cubic feet of space, part number th615 on our 2013 Toyota Corolla.



Thule Pulse Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Thule Pulse Medium rooftop cargo box, Matte Black in color, with 14 cubic feet of space, part number TH614. Now to begin our test fit, we'll start off by placing the cargo box onto the vehicle's cross bars. Now for our test fit, our claws have already been inserted into the bottom of the cargo box. We'll then use the key to open up the lid of the cargo box to expose the claws and the gray knobs. We'll position the cargo box and turn the gray knobs to tighten down the claws to secure the cargo box to the cross bars. One convenience factor of the Thule Pulse is it's ability to easily adjust to different cross bar spreads.



Thule Force XL Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla, we'll be test fitting the Thule Force XL rooftop cargo box, AeroSkin Black in color, with 17 cubic feet of space, part number TH625. Now to begin our test fit, we'll simply set the cargo box onto the vehicle's cross bars. We'll then use the key to open up one side of the cargo box to expose the knobs. We'll loosen up the knobs to bring the claws around the vehicles cross bars. We'll then tighten them down, securing one side of the cargo box to the cross bars. We can then do it to the other side of the vehicle, where we will open up that side of the cargo box to expose the two closest knobs.



Thule Force Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla we'll be test fitting the Thule Force Medium Rooftop Cargo Box, aero-skin black in color with 13 cubic feet of space, part number th624. Now to begin our test fit, we'll simply place the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. You may want to first loosen up the claws of the cargo box for easier installation. With the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars, we can open up one side of the cargo box to expose the gray knobs on the bottom side of the cargo box. We can turn these knobs and tighten it down to secure the claws to the crossbars. We can then open up the cargo box from the other side of the vehicle exposing the two closest gray knobs and tighten those down securing that side of the cargo box to the vehicles crossbars.





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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.





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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 ...



Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier Review - 2013 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2013 Toyota Corolla well be test fitting the Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier with a two board capacity, part number th810. To begin our test fit, well place the front part of the carrier onto the front crossbar. Well bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the underside of the crossbar and hook them into position. Note, that you may need to loosen up the steel straps in order to be able to bring the straps around the crossbar. After the straps are in position, we can then turn the gray knob to tighten down the straps and secure the carrier to the vehicles front crossbar. Well now set the rear part of the carrier onto the rear crossbar, bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the underside of the crossbar and hook them into position.



Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier Review - 2012 Toyota Corolla

Today were working with a 2012 Toyota Corolla and were going to be test fitting the Thule SUP Taxi Standup Paddleboard Carrier. To mount the carrier to our vehicle well take the first half of the carrier and place it up on top of our front load bar. Well feed the speed link straps around, well resecure them to the heads and tighten them down using the gray hand knobs. Next well take the second half of the carrier and place it up on top of our rear bar. We do want to make sure that the rear half lines up nicely with the front half. Again, well feed the straps around, secure them to the head and tighten them down with the knobs.



Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier Review - 2011 Toyota Corolla

Today on our 2011 Toyota Corolla well be test fitting the Thule SUP taxi stand up paddleboard carrier part #: th810. To begin our test fit well place the front carrier directly over our front crossbar, well bring the rubber coated steel straps underneath the crossbar and secure it back to the taxi. We can then tighten it down using the wing nut and the front of the mount. And with our front carrier secured we can move on to our rear carrier and well repeat the same mounting procedure that we did with the front carrier. And with our rear carrier we do want to make sure to line it up with our front carrier to make loading our SUP much easier. And now that our rear carrier is secured to our vehicle were ready to load our SUP and head on out.





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