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Outsunny Roof Tray Platform Rack Luggage Box Carrier Universal Fit Transit @ Ebay Sold By Outsunny £27.19 Delivered
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Outsunny Roof Tray Platform Rack Luggage Box Carrier Universal Fit Transit @ Ebay Sold By Outsunny £27.19 Delivered

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Posted 14th May
  • This Outsunny roof tray rack will be a great addition to create extra carrying space on the top of your vehicle. This rack made of aluminium and will fit most vehicle with a side rails, providing ample room for carrying luggage. The luggage can be tied down securely to the bottom metal bars, This is a functional item and a great accessory to have.Made from aluminum and ABS plastic
    • Bottom bars and side rails to keep cargo in place
    • Fit universal cars with the side roof racks
    • A great car accessories in your outdoor travel, enlarge your transit space
    • Easy to assemble and remove in minutes
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Edited by: "DingIs" 14th May
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In case the link starts working again...

I got one of these from a different source, and the larger size - however the design and build are identical.

Pros, you get a nice alloy frame with a leading edge contour to help mpg when unloaded.

Cons, the plastic bits arent wonderful, and the fit is also fiddly and not the best.

Mine came with standard steel PK screws that were a bit loose in places, and went rusty.

Mine also came with no mounting hardware, not a big issue as I was making my own cross bars anyway, some alloy flat bar, nuts, bolts and bobs your non-gender specific relative.

it might have shipped with some, but there was a lot of damage to the box when it arrived.
DingIs14/05/2019 19:29

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link fine takes me straight to the item.
deleted129396014/05/2019 19:42

In case the link starts working again...I got one of these from a …In case the link starts working again...I got one of these from a different source, and the larger size - however the design and build are identical.Pros, you get a nice alloy frame with a leading edge contour to help mpg when unloaded.Cons, the plastic bits arent wonderful, and the fit is also fiddly and not the best.Mine came with standard steel PK screws that were a bit loose in places, and went rusty.Mine also came with no mounting hardware, not a big issue as I was making my own cross bars anyway, some alloy flat bar, nuts, bolts and bobs your non-gender specific relative.it might have shipped with some, but there was a lot of damage to the box when it arrived.


the link is fine just tested it.
DingIs14/05/2019 19:53

It does now, didn't before...


ahh ok sorry about that.as soon as i see the message i checked it.maybe the mods tweaked with it.
Anyone recommend a roof rack or roof bag for a roof without side bars? Don't really want to spend more that 100 quid as it's for a short mid week trip away for the family.
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xboxden14/05/2019 22:00

Anyone recommend a roof rack or roof bag for a roof without side bars? …Anyone recommend a roof rack or roof bag for a roof without side bars? Don't really want to spend more that 100 quid as it's for a short mid week trip away for the family.



There are a few roof bags/soft mounts on the market, but there is a catch - the way they mount.

They go through the top of the door and across the width of the car and out of the other door.

If it is raining, this could let rain in, and if you are tall, the straps may get in your way.

If the car's door frame isnt that strong, they could bend the doors slightly out of true.

If your car has rail mounts; a better long term solution would be some Wispbars; they use the rail mounts and are adjustable across a range of car models; you can either plonk a large bag between them, or do as I did, and add a roof cage similar to the one on offer right now; Wispbars are too wide for standard mounts, and some dubious business practices mean they cannot sell their matching roof cage in Europe, but it isnt difficult to cut a bit of alloy bar, drill some holes and make 4 clamps.

EDIT for clarity

By rail mounts, I mean the places where the side rails would be fixed if factory fitted; on cars supplied without rails, but where rails are an option, they are usually hidden under a small plastic pop-out along the gutter line, or under the plastic trim.
Car handbook might show these points, if not, there is a chance the Wispbar website will have them in an illustration.

I drive a pretty rare car, and they had mine.
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