Maximize carrying space for your vehicle with a 500 lb capacity hitch mounted folding cargo carrier. Dual support bars and 2-3/4" raised sides stabilize cargo when in transit, making this carrier a must-have for camping trips and other excursions. This folding cargo carrier requires a Class III or IV hitch and comes in two sizes.
6-1/2" (measured from center of trailer hitch pin to end of bumper)
The inexpensive receiver hitch carrier mounts to your vehicle's hitch to maximize your carrying capacity. Folds up when not in use for easy storage.
The hitch mounted folding cargo carrier adds that little extra space when you need it the most. The receiver hitch carrier features many securing points for use with cargo nets to keep your cargo to the cargo carrier. The folding cargo carrier can hold up to 500 pounds and when not in use it can be folded up and out of your way. All folding cargo carriers feature a one year warranty. With a simple but yet sturdy design, this cargo carrier is a must have for camping trips or nearly any other excursion.
When in use, the receiver hitch carrier is visible at night with two bright reflective strips attached on the back of the carrier. Both folding cargo carriers come disassembled, and with a 10mm and 17mm wrench and socket, assembly is quick and easy. Dual support bars stabilize the cargo carrier when in transit. Four different sizes of cargo nets are available to secure all your loads (sold separately).
Steel mesh bottom with 2-3/4" raised sides
Black powder coat finish
Easy assembly with basic hand tools
500 lb carrying capacity
Strong flat plate construction
Requires Class III or IV trailer hitch (2" square hole)
Optional rail kits make the carriers 8" deep instead of 2-3/4" to store more cargo
1 Year warranty
Hitch pin NOT included
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