Don't compromise which toy to haul along on your next outing when you can bring both! The Ironman equipment rack adds extra length to your pickup truck bed for transporting an ATV, garden tractor or other equipment and has a built-in hitch, allowing you to tow a trailer for your other toys or haul extra gear with a cargo carrier. Loading equipment is easy with the included ramps and ramp brackets.
The “TralRack” is designed to fit into 2" x 2" hitch receivers on many full size pick-up trucks adding extra length to your truck bed for hauling ATVs, RZR, garden tractors, and more! Perfect for trucks with storage boxes installed!
No more need to compromise when deciding which toy to bring with you! Now you can bring both with the “TralRack” from Ironman Equipment Racks! The TralRack is designed to extent the bed of your full size pick-up truck by means of the 2" hitch receiver while still allowing to tow a trailer for other toys. The TralRack features powder coated black parts manufactured from steel for durability and longevity. Loading equipment is easy with the included ramp brackets. Ramp brackets and hardware come standard with each rack and can be bolted to 2" x 8" lumber planks (lumber not included).
To install the equipment rack simply remove the truck tailgate and existing trailer hitch and ball (if one is present) and attach the receiver hitch extension. Next, attach the T-bar with reflective tape, set up the wheel ramps, attach the ramps and your ready to load!
First of all I am very impressed with the design and quality of this rack. I bought the rack because I have a GMC pickup with a 6.5' bed and my trailer has a fixed jack that my tailgate hits when down. I haul a 50" RZR in the bed and a RZR4 on my 7' x 14' trailer. This rack is probably plenty wide for a 4 wheeler but for loading a RZR it's a little narrow. I couldn't see the ramp when loading and unloading and I drove off the edge of the ramp. Using a spotter would have helped but not always available. I'm not whining but this is why I rated it a 4. To remedy this I had a welding shop widen the crossbar 4" on each side for a width of 56" and I used 2"x12"s covered with Herculiner for the ramps. Now I can see the ramp and don't need a spotter. The Tralrack is a quality product that I would recommend to anyone with more than 1 toy to haul.