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jacksergey
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11 October 2018 07:52 pm

When we travel in outdoors, we often need to put some things on the roof rack. It feels very convenient. But I doubt the load-bearing ability of this product. Has anyone used this product?
I found an introduction about this product.
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jacksergey
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11 October 2018 07:55 pm

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I found an introduction about this product : poydemte.com

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aussiefarmer
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11 October 2018 08:10 pm

Its a good idea thumbsup i have seen handles that hook to the door striker pin to help elderly people get in and out but a step is just genius and i am surprised they arent everywhere.


Wish in one hand and poo in the other , See which one fills up first !

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Smoky bandit
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11 October 2018 10:12 pm

I'm a hard 150 kg 6ft1..Bet it will snap. thumbsup


No pain No gain..

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condor22
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12 October 2018 01:35 am

I'd be more concerned about the door striker taking that kind of download. Their design load direction aint that direction...... smile

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Firepanther
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12 October 2018 05:29 am

Looks like a good invention as long as the door striker can take the weight. I bought a step ladder for mine which works great but isn't as compact in design as that thing.

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12 October 2018 06:40 am

condor22 wrote:

I'd be more concerned about the door striker taking that kind of download. Their design load direction aint that direction...... smile

100% agree and would also give good odds within first trip used, door would end up being closed with it in situ resulting in more vehicle damage
Would need a "remove before flight" tag hung off it thumbsdown


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