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SportRack SR7011

Horizon M Cargo Box 11 Cubic Foot Capacity

SportRack SR7011


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SportRack SR7011 Horizon M Cargo Box 11 Cubic Foot Capacity $236.99
Horizon M Cargo Box
  • 11 Cubic Foot Capacity
  • 88.5" x 21" x 15"
  • Impact Resistant ABS Construction
  • Passenger Side Opening
  • Holds 5-6 Pairs of Skis (2-3 Snowboards)
  • Fits All SportRack Roof Racks & Most Aftermarket & OE Racks

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    The Horizon series roof top cargo box is a slim-line aerodynamic design. The Horizon cargo box is easy to mount and easy to use. The top half unlatches on the passenger side of the vehicle, allowing you quick and complete access to all of your stowed gear. The latch does have a keyed locking mechanism to secure your belongings should you need to step away from your vehicle.

  • Up To 17 Cubic Foot Cargo Capacity
  • Capacity Enough To Carry Skis And Snowboards
  • Rugged Construction With Impact Resistant ABS Material
  • Passenger Side Opening
  • Locking Latch Keeps Contents Secure
  • Quick Release Attachment Kit Included For Easy Installation And Removal
  • Fits SportRack Frontier Rack Systems, Square Bars, Round Bars And Most Factory Racks

  • SR7011 - SportRack Horizon Cargo Boxes is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exceeded expecations! I bought this rack three weeks ago for my ski trip to Canada. I was somewhat skeptical at first... I anticipated the product to be of a lower quality compare to a similar products made by Thule or Yakima. As expected, the box arrived in a timely manner, but with many signs of UPS abuse. I thought I would be returning it... The rack, when removed it out of the box, haven't a single scratch let alone the dents and cracks. I was shocked! I said to myself, if this box survived UPS without a single scratch it must to be good :) Construction, Outer shell (cover and base) both are thermoformed and made from a single sheet of black impact-resistant ABS blend and is about as thick as Thule counterpart. Cover and base are connected via two aluminum hinges along one side and two spring-loaded torsion hinges front and back. The rack has two sets of keys and one lock which comes preinstalled from SportRack. The lock has a safety feature which prohibits a removal of the key once the rack is open. The key would come out once the cover is closed. Interior, The rack doesn't have any straps or dividers to keep the skis and/or snowboard isolated. I would recommend placing the skis inside the ski bag before placing them inside the rack. I was able to fit three pairs of skis and poles, one hand bag inside without an issue. Hardware and installation, The rack is not very heavy. I've managed to place it on top of my SUV without much effort. The hardware, although seemingly complicated at first, wasn’t difficult at all. I agree, however, with some reviews I’ve read online about manufacturer instructions being complicated... I would recommend a revision with clarifications and better visual. The most confusing step was to figure out the order of hardware assembly. It took me a few minutes to figure out what goes where and how. After that the process was a breeze. In case someone out there wonders how to correctly install the hardware here it is: There are two metal plates, narrow and a wide, and a U-channel for each contact point between the rack and a car. The thick narrow plate goes inside the rack and is to be aligned with predrilled holes at the bottom of the base. The wide plate is placed outside the rack directly below the plate that is inside the rack. The U-channel goes underneath the cross bar directly below the wide plate. The U-channel is installed in the upside down fashion so that the two rails are facing down like so ∩. The key is to do one section at the time. Install the bolts one-by-one. Screw on the wing nuts from the inside of the rack. Make enough turns so that the bolt doesn’t fall on the roof of the car, but do not tighten them yet. Once everything is in place, begin tightening both wing nuts simultaneously while keeping an eye on the U-channel plate. Once secured, it should be parallel with the roof of your car. Once secured, the box seemed mush sturdier than before. Driving, The rack, although not completely silent, produces a lot less noise than the scissor-style open ski racks I have. Most of the noise was coming from the cross bars. On the way to resort I was checking the hardware integrity of the rack at every stop we’ve made. Everything seemed and felt as secure as it was when I installed it. Overall I am very pleased with this product and with how it performed so far. I would highly recommend this rack to anyone who is looking for a good and inexpensive alternative.
    Date published: 2017-01-30
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