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Going on trips to the outdoors is a great fun, especially if your family joins you on this venture into the wild. As a rule, such trips require meticulous planning and lots of baggage to pack. If you’re going on a short hiking or camping trip, everything should fit in your car, as long as you pack rationally. However, if you’re going on a long trip or plan to engage in an activity that requires transporting large equipment, your luggage compartment will often be insufficient. There are several solutions to this problem, including packing lighter or getting another car, but neither of them are as practical as installing a set of roof racks on your car. The Mercury roof racks sold at CARiD will make transporting large items a trifle and here we'll explain why.
Roof racks are a special set of bars that can be installed on a car’s roof, allowing you to fasten and attach equipment and luggage to your roof without it falling off during the drive. Their most common use is transporting such items as kayaks, skis and bicycles, but you can transport various other items as well. Roof racks consist of three components: rails that are installed on the roof, towers attached to the rails, and mounts that secure items to the racks. This is a great way to make your outdoors activities more convenient.
Unlike many companies that sell automotive parts and accessories, we encourage our employees to actually test available choices on their own cars before we offer them for sale. Because we want you to be satisfied with what we offer, we also invite you to take a look at over 129 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to see what customers who have already purchased from us say. And if you have specific questions about any products we sell, our specialists are available seven days a week to provide answers.
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"This is a great cargo basket with one minor exception. After it is installed, the basket can slide no matter how tight you screw the bolts that hold it in place. Other than that, it is great."
"I decided on the Curt 18115 for my Mini Cooper Countryman because it looked nice, the size was good, and the price was great. I have not been disappointed. The roof rack arrived in a single large box that was not too heavy for me to carry into my living room for assembly. There are three metal plates for the sides and back of the carrier, the two basket pieces, and the wind deflector and hardware. The two side plates were stuck together and scratched up pretty badly, but that was the only damage. Once assembled, a little flat black touch-up and this was taken care of. Assembly was not difficult although, the included instructions were terrible. The hardware for the wind deflector could have been explained better, but there are not that many pieces so someone mechanical enough to assemble IKEA furniture would not need the instructions anyway. Assembled, the basket is light enough for me to place it on the roof of my car alone. A taller car and you may want some assistance. The hardware for mounting it to the cross bars was easy to assemble and worked great, but I would recommend re-tightening it (the nuts are made to be tightened by hand) after 50-100 miles. Empty, the carrier hurt my gas mileage by about 1.5 mpg. There is not much else to say. It looks nice. The finish is pretty nice and has been durable enough to survive a couple of 300 mile trips already. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking fr a general purpose universal cargo carrier."
"The Highland roof carrier was everything we expected and more. Top value for the money. Very easy installation."
"Along with the cargo carrier, this net was the cheapest by far of all the products we looked at. Really happy with the product. "
"Worked great, just what I needed."