Cabela's Trailgear Cargo Carrier

Priced: $119.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Trailgear Cargo Carrier -
Great for extra storage while traveling, carrying that big buck from the field, hauling a big load of firewood and so much more. Boasts heavy-duty steel-tube construction and a powder-coated finish for durability. Works with 2" hitch receivers. Folding version comes with cotter pin.
Weight capacity: 500 lbs.
Dimensions: 60"L x 20"W x 6"H.
Available: Fixed, Folding.
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Cabela's Trailgear Cargo Carrier Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Cargo Carrier

The weight of this carrier is very nice for one person operation in and out. The pin used to pivot the platform needs to be easier use but is not a bad design. Assembly was very simple and very quick. Would recommend buying this if you have an SUV or looking for additional carrier space.
outfitter1 at Cabelas on 11/19/2013

Good value carrier

Easy to put together, works well.
desdes106 at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

A Bit Disappointed

I purchased the folding shank version. As others have mentioned, the basket in the down position experiences tremendous sag. The basket sags without weight and REALLY sags with weight. Looking at it loaded with weight, visually you think that there is no way possible that the basket is going to make it. It actually did make it, though ... on a 16 hour one way trip up to Canada and back. Although it did perform, it is still hard to have confidence in it. Basket works well & looks good folded up. In the down position, it hangs way too far off the back of my 4Runner. There are two mounting holes for the hitch pin, but I have to use the farthest out hole because the tongue that inserts into the hitch goes all the way through the hitch and runs into my spare tire. Since I cannot push it in any farther, I have to use the farthest hitch pin hole which exacerbates the length the basket hangs off the rear. I've thought about cutting the tongue down to the right size & drilling new holes, but I don't really have the proper tools or the access to a machine shop to complete this job. At this point, I may try to modify it or I may take it back ... still haven't decided yet. If I did modify, I'm worried the basket might still sag. If it still sags, then I'm sure that I won't be able to return once I have modified it.
writchie at Cabelas on 01/12/2014

Not for a Jeep JKU, Pick Up ok.

The basket portion is actually very good quality, easy to assemble. The folding joint on the hitch tubing does not support the basket properly in its hauling position so there is quite a bit of sag beyond horizontal at the joint even when empty. The 2" square tubing fits into the 2" receiver on the vehicle extremely loosely so you also get plenty of side to side sag on the basket and even more beyond horizontal sag. On a Jeep, the unit will not fold completely due to the spare tire, not he builder's issue but still a problem if you own a JK. If you eliminate the folding joint and go with the "fixed" version the basket rail does not clear the bottom of the tire with a 255x75 so if you have larger tires than that it's not for you.
Rbuste at Cabelas on 12/23/2013