Apex Steel Truck Bed Extender Rack
$89.99
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Adjustable Bed Extender

Add an extra 53-1/2" of length to your pickup truck bed with the Apex Steel Truck Bed Extender Rack. Both the height and width are adjustable, ensuring safe and secure transportation of your cargo. Compatible with class III and IV hitch receivers and featuring a 750-lb weight capacity, this truck bed extender greatly increases the utility of your pickup truck.

Features and Benefits:

  • 750-lb weight capacity
  • Durable steel construction with black powder coat finish
  • Compatible with class III and IV hitch receivers
  • Adds 53-1/2" to the length of your pickup truck bed
  • Adjustable from 28-1/4" to 48-3/4" wide

Safe, Secure Cargo Transportation

Durable steel construction and a sleek black powder coat finish ensures secure, stable transportation of your bulky or oversized equipment between job sites. For increased visibility, this bed extender includes two reflective safety strips and a blaze orange safety flag.

Steel
HitchRack - Hitch Mounted Truck Bed Extender
Class III or IV (2")
53" from center of 1/2" hitch pin hole to end of extension
51-1/2" from center of 5/8" hitch pin hole to end of extension
32 lbs
150 lbs (Class II), 375 lbs (Class III & above)
2" Class III or IV
4"
10"
28-1/4"
48-3/4"
750 lbs

Product Features

  • Extends truck beds for carrying longer payloads
  • Adjustable length and width give versatility for use in many different applications
  • Includes a blaze orange safety flag
  • Heavy duty steel tube construction
  • Held together with (4) quick release clevis pins
  • Reflective tape on front and sides for greater visibility
  • Side arms can be folded down creating the supports for a portable work area
  • Distributed Load Capacity is Between truck bed and HitchRack: 300 lbs (Class II), 750 lbs (Class III & above)
  • Hitch pin NOT included
  • 1 Year Warranty

Documents

Instruction Manual

Resources

Trailer Hitch Classes and Towing: What You Need to Know
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Selecting the Right Truck Rack for the Job
How Much Weight can my Truck's Tailgate Cables Support?

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