An ATV hitch rack gives you the extra cargo room you need to get the job done. This sturdy steel rack is perfect for tools, extra gear, coolers, small game, and other cargo up to 150 lbs. Side rails provide plenty of tie down points and a hitch pin is included. Also works great on trucks and SUV's, UTVs, and tractors.
Adds more cargo room for up to 150 lbs of gear
Fits 2" x 2" hitch receivers on ATVs, UTVs, tractors, and other vehicles
Heavy duty steel construction with a black powder coat finish
Haul up to 150 lbs of gear and equipment on an ATV with this hitch cargo rack. The steel cargo carrier requires a 2" x 2" receiver and includes a 5/8" hitch pin. This cargo carrier also works great on cars, trucks, SUVs, UTVs and tractors.
Use the ATV cargo carrier to extend an ATV's hauling capacity. This steel cargo carrier has a 150 lb capacity and space to haul gear, coolers, tools and more. The ATV cargo carrier features side rails for securing cargo to prevent damage as the ATV travels rough terrain. The hitch cargo rack is constructed with steel and has a black powder coat finish. This steel cargo carrier also works great on cars, trucks, SUVs, UTVs and tractors. Requires a 2" x 2" receiver and includes a 5/8" hitch pin. The hitch cargo rack requires some assembly with basic hand tools and includes a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.
Haul gear, tools, coolers and more on an ATV
Works great on vehicles, UTVs and tractors too
Heavy duty steel square tube construction
Side rails provide additional tie down points for cargo
Black powder coat finish
150 lb hauling capacity
Requires a 2" x 2" hitch receiver
Includes 5/8" Hitch Pin
Fits hitches recessed up to 9" (measured from center of hitch pin to end of bumper)
Assembly required with basic hand tools
1 year manufacturer's warranty
Warning and Usage Guidelines
Never exceed the maximum tongue rating of your trailer hitch
Vehicle Hauling Capacity: Your hauling weight may be limited by your vehicle's suspension to carry a load
Not recommended for hitches less than 12" from the ground to the bottom of the hitch without the use of a hitch riser adapter
Some vehicles may require air shocks or heavier springs to stiffen up the suspension to prevent sagging