Deluxe Waterproof Hitch-Mounted Carrier / Roof Top Cargo Bag
19.6 Cubic ft

Rage Powersports extra large waterproof 19.6 cubic ft cargo bag that fits in a cargo carrier. The hitch cargo bag can be tied down to a cargo carrier or cargo basket with the six tie straps and provides a 59" x 24" x 24" waterproof storage space. Includes a one year warranty!

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The RBG-04 Hitch Cargo Bag from Rage Powersports is a dual purpose 19.6 cubic ft waterproof cargo bag and may be mounted to an existing cargo carrier or roof rack. There are six tie down straps that hold the hitch cargo bag in place on a cargo carrier via the carrier's tie points. The same straps can be used to hold the 59" x 24" x 24" hitch cargo bag in place with a vehicle roof rack for those who prefer. Sides of the hitch cargo bag are soft and flexible, constructed from waterproof heavy-duty PVC coated nylon while the top is surrounded by a self-repairing zipper covered by a weather-proof flap. Each hitch cargo bag comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty from Rage Powersports!

Extra Large Waterproof Cargo Carrier Bag for Cargo Carriers or Roof Racks
19.6 cubic ft.

Product Features

  • Mounts on a cargo carrier or existing vehicle roof rack
  • Includes 6 universal tie down straps
  • Self repairing zipper with weather-flap cover
  • Semi-flexible soft sides
  • Heavy-duty waterproof PVC coated nylon
  • Size: 59" x 24" x 24"
  • 19.6 cubic ft capacity
  • 1 year manufacturer's warranty

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)


5 Stars Extra Large Waterproof Vehicle Cargo Carrier Bag - Great Product

Roger Reinert from MN wrote (October 10, 2014):

This is the second one we purchased. We use one on top of our van, and the second on our carrier, behind the van. Extra long which is what we wanted - to carry golf clubs, water skis, etc. Waterproof - and double lapped zipper give protection for those rainy days. We use them on long journeys, 1500 miles or more, with no problem, why we purchased the second one. Tie downs are great, and we use bungee cords as well. Just for extra protection, be sure to tuck in the tie downs so that they don't flap in the wind.