The excess cargo carrier is one of the best enclosed cargo carriers. With lockable lids and a 300 lb capacity, this hitch cargo carrier box by Let's Go Aero is quite versatile.
Free-up space in your vehicle and put your excess cargo into the excess cargo carrier by Let's Go Aero. The GearDeck™ 17 hitch cargo carrier boxes have an outstanding 17 cubic feet of storage space. Featuring a waterproof lid enclosure, this excess cargo carrier can carry luggage, recreational gear, tools and equipment, and even generators. With many features and so much adjustability, these cargo carrier boxes are the perfect solution to your excess cargo problem. The GearDeck™ 17 comes with Let's Go Aero's TwinTube™ telescoping frame design for easy access to SUVs and pick-up truck beds.
Open either side of the hitch cargo carrier boxes and secure your cargo to the 4 D-Rings mounted on the bottom of the floor. This Let's Go Aero cargo carrier is designed for 2" hitch receivers, and requires minimum Class II tow rating. This cargo carrier disassembles in three pieces for easy installation. The inside (usable) dimensions of the GearDeck™ 17 are 46 1/2" L x 24" W x 25" H with a total carrying capacity of 300 pounds. The low cost, excess cargo carrier allows for a license plate location and dual reflectors for safety. The GearDeck™ 17 arrives assembled. Three different sizes of cargo nets are available to secure all your loads (sold separately).
- Telescopes back 20" for access to SUVs and pick-ups
- Tray and lid consists of high density polyethylene
- 300 lb carrying capacity
- Usable inside size 46 1/2" L x 24" W x 25" H
- Outside size 48" L x 27" W x 27" H
- Water resistant enclosure can handle nearly any weather condition
- Requires Class III or IV trailer hitch (2" square hole)
- Fully enclosed with 4 D-Rings for attaching excess cargo
- Weighs only 72 lbs
- Arrives assembled
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
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