Let’s Go Aero GearCage™ Basket Cargo Carrier - 300 lb Capacity

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Mounts to the 2" hitch of your vehicle to provide a secure place to transport a lawn mower, snow blower, generator and other cargo on the outside of your vehicle. This carrier has a solid floor bottom and tall side rails to tie down cargo. Great for transporting camping or hunting gear, sports equipment and boxes for a move.

  • Steel construction
  • For 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • 300 lb capacity


The GearCage™ cargo carrier transports large and small cargo using the 2" Class III or IV receiver on your vehicle. The carrier has an ample 32" wide, solid floor. Great for transporting lawnmowers, snowblowers, and other large items.


The receiver-mounted GearCage™ from Lets Go Aero features a solid floor and tall side rails to transport your cargo safely & securely. The ample 32" in width each cargo carrier has makes GearCage™ ideal for transporting generators, lawn mowers, snow blowers, and other large items requiring a 30" minimum width. The inside dimensions of the GearCage™ are 48" long x 32" wide x 7" high with a total weight capacity of 300 lbs. Installed on the vehicle, the clearance (measured from the hitch pin hole to the basket) is 6". Get your hands on the GearCage™ from Lets Go Aero today to transport your cargo & gear with ease.

Class III or IV (2")
Fixed Platform Cargo Carrier with Straight Pipe/Hitch Tube
50 lbs
Class III or Class IV
300 lbs

Product Features

  • Heavy duty cold rolled steel construction
  • Attractive, long-lasting powder coat finish
  • High side rails keep your cargo in the carrier
  • Fits into Class III & IV - 2" receivers
  • 1 Year 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


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