Thule® Transporter Enclosed Cargo Carrier - 150 lb Capacity
Thule Transporter Hitch Cargo Carrier
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Conveniently and securely haul your gear with the Thule 665C Transporter! This hitch box has a tilt down design, allowing partial access to your hatch, trunk, or tailgate. It works with 1-1/4" or 2" class II or III receivers and includes a limited lifetime warranty.


Securely carry up to 150 lbs of gear with the Thule Transporter! This hitch cargo box works with both 1-1/4" and 2" class II or III receivers, and features a tilt-down design for partial access to the rear of your vehicle. The heavy duty base and lid protect your cargo from the elements, while the SecureLock™ system and One-Key™ lock keep it safe and secure. This Thule cargo carrier includes pre-wired tail lights (4-pin) and a license plate adapter. Includes a lifetime limited warranty.

Plastic / Steel
Thule Transporter Combi Hitch Cargo Carrier - Tilts down for partial access to rear of vehicle - Includes pre-wired tail lights (4-pin) and license plate adapter
55 lbs
150 lbs
1-1/4" and 2"
Class II, III or IV
13 cubic feet

Product Features

  • Tilts down for partial access to rear of vehicle
  • Heavy duty lid and base protects your gear
  • SecureLock™ ensures gear is locked and box is properly closed
  • Includes 1 One-Key™ lock to secure box contents
  • Includes pre-wired tail lights (4-pin) and license plate adapter
  • Adapts to 1-1/4" and 2" receivers, class II or III
  • Limited lifetime 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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