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Old 05-28-2012, 06:34 PM   #11
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Here are a few pictures I took of it in and out as I was hooking up to come home today. If you need any explanations of what these pictures are of, just et me know - some of the angles are a little odd. As you can see, I have the power stabilizers and the cargo rack.


The first two show the tray in the "in" position.





The next two show it "out"


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Old 05-28-2012, 08:28 PM   #12
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World Wide RV in Arizona..........I really can't think of anything good to say about that place.
You really have to watch yourself at that place, that's were we purchased our rig. I hope it wasn't our salesman, (C.S.) I like to think of him as an honest man.......
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:07 PM   #13
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Sorry I'm slow to respond. Spent the weekend camping. Thank you both for the pictures. What is the weight limit on that tray. It looks really handy!
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:19 PM   #14
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The weight limit as posted on the carrier is 250#. I plan on keeping ours to right around 200#.
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I just picked one up local for $200. I guess I did OK..
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Old 06-18-2014, 08:51 AM   #16
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I just picked one up local for $200. I guess I did OK..
Yes, you did! I had mine installed aftermarket, and it was right up there with clutch's. The dealership installed my stab jacks onto the underside of the tray mounting frame, and it still gives me plenty of clearance. Looks like it's a fairly simple DIY job. I just had the dealer do it because it was a new trailer, and I didn't want to mess it up.
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The one I just got was from an 2012 that was never used and he had it un-mounted and the guy that just bought that TT got it from him with the sale and also will not use it. It has some scratches from sitting in a garage and no hardware but I been wanting one since we bought the 33 RLDS last year. I just kept checking craigslist every now and then and this one came up just a few miles from my job. Since it was in pieces he didn't know how it went together but after messing with it and looking at the pics here last night, I think I have it figured out. I am sick of the bikes in my view on the front hitch mount
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Old 06-18-2014, 11:02 PM   #18
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33RLDS, that was a great buy. I really can't imagine anyone not wanting one. They are really a nice addition to the trailer.
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33RLDS, that was a great buy. I really can't imagine anyone not wanting one. They are really a nice addition to the trailer.
The cargo rack didn't work for us. It really wasn't useful for more than 2 bikes, maybe 3 if you try really hard. For me having a receiver is a better option considering the variety of receiver mounted bike racks and cargo carriers available that I feel do a better job. Plus the reduced rear clearance was an issue on our TT, pulling the rack off provided ~4" of additional height.

The rack didn't go to waste though. It found a new home on the back on an Eagle in MN in exchange for a very tasty case of beer.

I just had receiver fabricated and added to the rear of my TT $300 from a custom hitch business in my area. IMO that is the best value.
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I thought about a custom hitch mount as I have a Heavy Duty hitch mounted bike carrier. But besides the bikes being in my view in the front, I hate those stupid bar adapters you have use with them. I rather just toss them on the rack. I don't have any high end bikes that i'm worried about scratching from being to close together. And for $200 it was worth it to give it a try.
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