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Pack The Dry Bag(s)

Load your gear into the dry bag. Place sharp edged items in the middle and softer items around them.

Hold the two webbing strips at the top of the bag together (Fig 1).

Tightly roll the top of the bag downward until it contacts your gear (Fig 2). Make sure the top of the bag is rolled a minimum of (3) times to make the bag waterproof. Remove extra gear if over packed.

Bring the ends of the bag together and engage the quick release buckle (Fig 3).

Attach The Dry Bag(s) To A Hitch Rack

Each of the (4) included straps has (2) strap pieces connected through a center buckle.

Unthread the short strap piece from the buckle, wrap it around the front of the hitch rack, thread its end through its loop, and pull tight (Fig 4 and Fig 5).

Wrap the long strap piece around the rear of the hitch rack, thread its end through its loop, and pull tight (Fig 6).

Lift a bag onto your hitch rack. (2) bags will sit side-by-side on most hitch racks (Fig 7).

Run the long strap piece over the top of the dry bag. Adjust its length by moving the tri-glide (Fig 8).

Thread the short strap piece back through the center buckle (Fig 9) and tighten (Fig 10).

Repeat steps 1 — 5 for the second strap.

Repeat steps 1 &mdash 6; for the second dry bag.

Attach The Dry Bag(s) To A Truck Bed

Lift the bag(s) into your truck bed (Fig 11). Position the bag(s) standing up (Fig 12) or laying down (Fig 13 and Fig 14).

Decide how you will run the straps over or around the dry bag(s).

Each of the (4) included straps has (2) strap pieces connected through a center buckle.


Unthread the short strap piece from the buckle, wrap it around one of the truck bed corner cleats, thread its end through its loop, and pull tight (Fig 15).

Wrap the long strap piece around an opposite side truck bed corner cleat, thread its end through its loop, and pull tight.

Run the long strap piece over or around the dry bag(s). Adjust its length by moving the tri-glide (Fig 16).

Thread the short strap piece back through the center buckle (Fig 17) and tighten.

Repeat steps 2 — 6 for each additional strap.

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