43"x24" Roof Rack Cargo Net (18202) by CURT®. Save storage space in your vehicle by transporting your gear in a CURT cargo basket. Secure your load with cargo nets and ratchet straps, and bring it along!
- Color Black
- Dimensions 43 IN x 24"
- Secures cargo from dislodging during travel
- Offers a perfect fit for cargo carriers 60" wide
- Provides more reliable security compared to bungee cords
- Attachment hooks feature holes for easy handling
- Elastic netting fits over a variety of cargo
Even with the roomiest of vehicles, packing the car for a long trip can quickly turn into a frustrating game of Tetris. CURT cargo carriers are a simple yet effective solution for maximizing the storage area of your vehicle. CURT cargo carrier nets are the simple, effective way to secure your cargo. Using a series of ropes or bungees to keep your cargo in place isn't always effective. Ropes can be a nuisance to unravel and remove from your trailer, while bungees can be unreliable. CURT cargo carrier nets combine the convenience of a bungee cord with the effectiveness of a rope. Our cargo nets feature a series of hooks that latch onto your cargo carrier and provide a taut netting across your items. This cargo net measures 43" x 24" and is able to fit cargo carriers up to 60" wide. Whether you prefer the hitch-mounted carrier or the roof rack option, CURT has cargo management solutions to meet your needs.
CURT® Manufacturing has been a leader and innovator in the trailering industry since 1993. CURT markets a broad range of trailer hitches, towing systems and related accessories. CURT is "The First Name in Towing Products" for automobile and truck hitches, as well as RV and commercial towing systems. Products are marketed through retailers, distributors, installers, and e-tailers across the U.S. and Canada. CURT employs almost 350 associates, primarily at its manufacturing and headquarters in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. CURT operates 10 regional warehouses, each carrying over 2,500 items and has been twice named a Wisconsin "Manufacturer of the Year".