Kubota RTV Hitch-N-Ride Hauler by Great Day

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BRAND: Great Day
Versatile Kubota RTV Hauler: Hitch-N-Ride by Great Day transforms your vehicle into a convenient and reliable cargo carrier.
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One of the best things about a UTV is its hauling ability. Our Hitch-N-Ride adds a new dimension of “packing” capacity to any off-road vehicle with a 2” hitch receiver. The Hitch-N-Ride is perfect for transporting anything from hunting equipment and coolers to firewood and wild game. It’s perfect for working around the ranch, home, camp, or industrial site.

The Hitch-N-Ride is constructed of aircraft aluminum, weighs only 22 lbs, and can handle a whopping 400 lb. load. With its low center of gravity, loading and unloading the Hitch-N-Ride eliminates a lot of backbreaking stress and strain. The “Z-Bar” attachment bar allows clearance for traveling over rugged, uneven terrain. The 22” X 50” X 6” carrying cradle provides lots of tie-down points to insure safe and secure transport. The Hitch-N-Haul installs in seconds.


Note: Hitch adapter necessary for vehicles with only a 1.25" receiver.



NOTE--We recommend the use of the hitch stabilizer with this product for smooth transportation.

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