New Xl Universal Roof Rack Cargo Car Top Luggage Carrier Basket (rbc-6245hd) on 2040-parts.com
West Bend, Wisconsin, US
Returns Accepted:Returns AcceptedRefund will be given as:Money BackItem must be returned within:30 DaysReturn policy details:30 day return policy on new items. No restocking Fees (shipping costs are non-refundable). IF THE ITEM YOU BOUGHT HAD FREE SHIPPING THE ACTUAL SHIPPING COSTS DISCOUNT RAMPS PAID THE SHIPPING CO. WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR REFUND. You must contact us to obtain a return authorization number. Product must be in new usable condition or a restocking fee may apply. Customers are responsible for shipping both ways (Shipping is non-refundable).Return shipping will be paid by:BuyerRestocking Fee:NoManufacturer Part Number:RBC-6245HDUPC:813709015356
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Brand New (RBC-6245HD) Roof Luggage Rack- The roof luggage rack provides substantial room for carrying extra cargo and gear on top of your vehicle. Easy to assemble and install, this cargo rack attaches to your vehicle's cross bars using U-bolts. Free steel wind fairing included to reduce wind resistance and noise.
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The Roof Luggage Rack by Rage Powersports provides generous cargo space on the roof of your vehicle. It easily attaches to your vehicle's cross bars using four U-bolts. The cargo rack's universal U-bolts can accommodate square cross bars up to 3-1/4" wide x 1-3/8" thick or round bars up to 1-3/8" in diameter. The 6-1/4" tall and 1" diameter side rails and bottom metal bars help keep your cargo in place and provide plenty of tie down points. The roof luggage rack has a durable black powder coated steel construction, and is easy to assemble and install. A steel wind fairing is also included with this cargo basket, decreasing wind resistance and noise while giving it a sleek look. A Rage Powersports decal is included to decorate the wind fairing if desired.
Roof Luggage Rack Product Features:
Includes steel wind fairing to reduce wind resistance and noise
Durable black powder coated steel construction
Attaches to existing cross bars w/ 4 U-bolts (3-1/4" W x 1-3/8" H spacing)
6.25" tall, 1" diameter side rails keep cargo in place
100% Satisfaction Guaranty Return Policy. If you are not happy with the product just ship it back to us for a refund within 30 days. No restocking Fees (shipping costs are non-refundable).
We accept returns on new products only within 30 days from the date of purchase. You must contact us to obtain a return authorization number or the item may be refused. All returned items are subject to inspection for damage before refunding. Product must be in new usable condition or a restocking fee may apply. Customers are responsible for shipping both ways (Shipping is non-refundable). If the item you purchased had free shipping, the actual shipping cost will be deducted from your refund.
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