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Bully - Receiver Mounted Cargo Rack

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Product Information

MSRP: $70.29
Average Price: $53.49
Manufacturer: Bully
Recommended?
Yes: 1 / No: 0

Bully CR-114N Tubular Receiver Mounted Cargo Rack

Mounts into any standard 2 inch receiver
Lightweight (26 lbs.), tubular design
Installs easily with no drilling required
Large available cargo space, 20 inch x 45 inch
Black powder coated steel construction
Installation is easy with no drilling required (bolts together)

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grogie

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grogie's Reviews

07-14-2012, 03:48 PM
Price: $53.49
Pros: Light weight and smaller size then bigger racks (great for a Jeep!) - Easy to bolt together - Adjustable with three positions (how far it sticks out... depending upon bumper) - Price
Cons: Will need another coat of spray paint - A little lose in receiver
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I have an AtoZ rear bumper with a real 2" built in receiver that sits right below the spare, and this will help out a lot for camping trips.

It's a decent rack for a Jeep as it's not too big and too heavy. You know going camping with a Jeep is like going hiking... everything has to be as light as possible and compact so this helps!

Unfortunately the tire doesn't clear it on the right side when I open the tailgate, but that's fine as I wouldn't be able to open the tailgate anyway with stuff on the rack. It's easy enough to remove from the hitch. Plus, I can put a pad on it and it's great for sitting on (like a tailgate!).

It was easy to bolt together, but it could use an extra coat of paint. It's also a little lose in the receiver, but I put several wraps of electrical tape around it so that it's tighter in the receiver. It's also adjustable in the receiver, as to how far it sticks out, however it has to be all the way out at least with my bumper. I would slide it in further if possible. But still it sits up high enough for clearance. I'll just leave it at the campground when I go Jeepin'.






Test fitting several duffle bags!




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