Rightline Cargo Saddlebag Saves Fuel

Stuart Bourdon
March 20, 2012
Filed under Camping Gear, Misc. Camping Gear

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Rightline Cargo Saddlebag

Rightline Cargo Saddlebag

Keeping your cargo behind instead of on top of your vehicle can save gas by reducing its profile — and therefore its drag — through the air. It’s also easier to access cargo at chest level rather than over your head. Rightline offers a convenient-to-use, weatherproof soft storage compartment that securely straps to the rear of your SUV or crossover vehicle. The Rightline Cargo Saddlebag can hold up to 14 cubic feet and about 100 pounds of cargo and through its zippered top-loading feature still allow easy access to gear without compromising the aerodynamic efficiency of your vehicle. The Rightline Cargo Saddlebag is made of 600 Denier 4 Hydrotuff, a UV-resistant, PVC-backed polyester material. Two handles are sewn on either side of the Saddlebag for easy transport. Directions for setup are sewn into the Saddlebag’s stuff sack.

Rightline Gear, 888-685-GEAR (4327)
MSRP: $139.95

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One Response to “Rightline Cargo Saddlebag Saves Fuel”

  1. christiangoodwyn on July 20th, 2012 9:51 pm

    If this would make may truck fuel efficient I would gladly hang it on the back of my truck. I’ve been this accessory on http://www.stylintrucks.com/ and it has receiving great reviews coz it saves drivers a lot of money on fuel cost and cargo space.


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