Sport Car Top Carrier Set Up Guide

Sport Car Top Carrier Set Up Guide
Each strap has (2) strap pieces connected through a center
buckle.
Sport Car Top Carrier Set Up Guide
The correct attachment of this product is critical and
beyond the control of Rightline Gear. The safe use
and long life of this product depends entirely on
your good judgment and following these directions.
Pack The Carrier
1-Place the Sport Car Top Carrier on the top of your vehicle with its closed end facing forward.
2-Load your gear inside the carrier, evenly distributing
the weight. Place items with sharp or pointed edges in the
middle and pack softer items around them to protect the
carrier material (Fig 1).
3-Close the ZipRight zipper system and fold the protective
flap down (Fig 2). Secure all of the Velcro closures.
1-Unthread the short strap piece from the buckle and secure it to your rack by threading its end through its loop
and pulling tight (Fig 5). Go to the opposite side of the
vehicle and secure the long piece to the rack by the same
method.
2-Run both strap pieces through the d-rings on each side
of the cargo bag (Fig 6). Bring them together on top of
the carrier.
3-Thread the short strap piece back through the center
buckle (Fig 7).
4-Repeat steps 1-3 for each of the straps that will be
used.
Fig 5
Fig 6
Fig 7
The Sport Jr Car Top Carrier comes with (2) straps and
(4) car clips (Fig 10). When using the Sport Jr Carrier on
a vehicle with a roof rack, remove the clips from the ends
of the straps. Attaching the straps front to back between
the cross bars or side to side between the side rails will
sufficiently secure the carrier.
Attach The Carrier - WITHOUT A Roof Rack
Fig 1
Fig 2
IMPORTANT: PACK THE CARRIER FULL SO THAT
ITS SIDES ARE PULLED TIGHT. THIS STEP PREVENTS EXCESS MATERIAL FROM FLAPPING
IN THE WIND WHICH CAN DAMAGE THE CARRIER AND CAUSE THE STRAPS TO LOOSEN.
Attach The Carrier - WITH A Roof Rack
The Sport 3 and Sport 1 Carriers come with (4) straps
(Fig 3). Attaching (2) straps front to back between the
cross bars or (2) straps side to side between the side rails
will sufficiently secure the carrier. Using all (4) straps will
provide the most secure method of attachment (Fig 4).
Make sure the roof rack is anchored to your vehicle and
don’t exceed its weight limit.
Through The Vehicle
1-Unthread the short strap piece from the buckle and connect its loop end to the loop end of the long strap piece
(Fig 8).
2-Run the strap through the vehicle, through the d-rings
and over the top of the carrier (Fig 9).
3-Thread the short strap piece back through the center
buckle (Fig 7) and tighten.
4-Repeat steps 1-3 for a second strap.
Fig 8
Fig 9
The Car Clips may be removed from the Sport Jr’s straps
to attach the carrier Through The Vehicle.
NOTE: With larger vehicles you will need to connect (2) straps together to form (1) double long strap.
Fig 3
Fig 4
1-Leave (1) strap as originally provided and separate the
(2) pieces of the second strap by unthreading the short
strap piece from the center buckle.
2-Connect the loop end of each strap piece to a loop end
of the first strap (Fig 8).
3-Run the strap through the vehicle, through the d-rings
and over the top of the carrier (Fig 9).
4-Thread the short strap piece back through the center
buckle (Fig 14) and tighten.
5-Repeat steps 1-4 to create a second double long strap.
Buckle
Loop Ends
Buckle
Double Long Strap
Tri-glides
Car Clips
Rightline Gear Car Clips (included with the Sport Jr, otherwise sold separately) are added to the straps of a
Sport Car Top Carrier (Fig 10). The clips allow the carrier
to attach to a sturdy ledge on the vehicle’s door frame.
On most vehicles, the best ledge can be found under the
weather molding (Fig 11 & Fig 12), however, any metal
ledge, rain gutter, or the outside of the weather molding
itself can be used.
Each strap has (2) strap pieces connected through a center
buckle.
1-Unthread the short strap piece from the buckle and run
both strap pieces through the d-rings on each side of the
carrier. Bring them together on the top of the carrier (Fig
13).
2-Thread the short strap piece back through the center
buckle (Fig 14).
3-Attach the clips to the open door frames and tighten
the strap at the buckle.
4-Repeat steps 1-3 for a second strap.
5-Shut the door of the vehicle over the clips/straps, securing them in place (Fig 15).
Fig 10
Fig 11
Fig 12
Fig 13
Fig 14
Fig 15
IMPORTANT: DO NOT ATTACH STRAPS TO THE DRINGS AS THEY WILL CAUSE THEM DAMAGE. The
strap tension over the top of the carrier secures the load.
Final Adjustments For All Straps
Fig 17
Fig 16
Fig 18
1-Secure the extra length of each strap in the plastic triglide so that it doesn’t flap in the wind (Fig 16).
2-Tie off any excess strap length (Fig 17). If the straps are
too long, cut off the extra length and melt the cut end to
prevent fraying.
3-Position the straps at least 20” apart on each side of
the carrier (Fig 18).
4-Check the straps before driving and regularly throughout the trip.
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Rightline Gear warrants that for one (1) year, from the
date of purchase that all products will be free of material defect and Rightline Gear will repair or replace
any defective or damaged product free of charge if
it is returned in original condition by the consumer to
Rightline Gear or the place of purchase. Claims of defective material and/or workmanship must be made
in a timely manner. Safe and maintenance-free use
of this product depends upon the consumer’s or user’s
proper installation of the product and good judgment
in its use. Rightline Gear is not responsible for the consumer’s or user’s use or misuse of this product. Damage to Purchaser’s vehicle or any other vehicle caused
by Purchaser’s improper use of this product may cause
serious injury or death. The Purchaser acknowledges
that Rightline Gear has no control over the attachment
of its products to vehicles or the attachment of items
to the Rightline Gear products. Accordingly, Rightline
Gear cannot assume responsibility for any damage to
any property arising out of the improper attachment
or use of its products.
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ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND WARRANTY OF FITNESS
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ATTORNEY FEES. THE CONSUMER OR USER’S SOLE
REMEDY AGAINST RIGHTLINE GEAR FOR ANY DEFECT
IN THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO FULL RETURN OF THE
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COMPLIANCE WITH ALL MOTOR VEHICLE LAWS,
AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH SAME.
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