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24.01.2014


The bumper-mount cargo carrier is great way to haul some of the bigger things you just can’t put inside your tow vehicle, like generators, gas cans, BBQs, and even coolers.
Class A, class C, and truck campers have a distinct advantage in that they already (or most likely) have a frame-mounted receiver hitch so a cargo carrier can be easily mounted and weight is not so much a concern. I would like to see how the aluminum cargo carrier (the one with the kipor generator on it) was attached to the bumper. When I was shopping for my 5ver, there was a product that was frame mounted and slid in and out like a drawer in between the frame rails. I mounted a cargo box to the rear bumper of a previous trailer and the first thing I did, was remove the stock bumper and had a new one, made from a piece of heavier, 4″ square tubing welded to the frame. If you are not a member, please consider registering so you don't have to fill out this form each time you comment.
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April 4, 2016 on Mod #100: Honeywell Digital Thermostat by Jim Veillette - Thank you for posting pics and this write up. March 3, 2016 on Mod #54: Laminate Flooring by Dave Tompkins - We own a 2012 Flagstaff 5th wheel. Welded base, the boxes were test fit and holes drilled, I welded the nuts on prior to priming and painting. Finished boxes, I used pieces of angle iron and a couple of fender washers to fasten the boxes down to the bases. Initially I had planned to surround the bottom of the diamond plate boxes with the angle iron. My TT does not have a rear bumper but I wish it did so I could add some storage space this way…. We added a diamond plate truck box on the tongue of our travel trailer, gives us a lot more storage. I used a tongue tool box from Harbor Freight and using U-bolts, bolted it to the rear bumper. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Friends of ours had a bolt-on bike rack and it drug their bikes down the road until someone got their attention and made them pull over.


You are going to have disasterous results and possibly cause someone else to have an accident trying to avoid hitting your bikes & rack when they slide down the highway. When it comes to bringing bikes along with a fifth wheel, throwing them into the bed of the truck isn't an option. On the back of the fifth wheel is an option, but requires a significant hitch welded back there (which voids the frame warranty in almost all cases). It’s when you want to add a cargo rack to a 5th wheel or travel trailer that makes this mod a little more involved. These fit in to a 2″ receiver and are usually used for SUVs but can be used in the same manner on the back of your RV.
This device bolts on to the carrier’s main tube and clamps together the carrier and the receiver, reducing carrier movement and possible receiver failure.
While it seemed solid after I mounted it to the bumper and attached my large bike rack with two mountain bikes on it, after about 500 miles of driving on bumpy interstates in California it started to twist the bumper severely. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
You can really load up the truck bed as long as you stay below the bed rails (see picture in this post) - it's just going above the bed rails that becomes problematic.
Plus, most bike racks will have their warranties voided by being used on the back of an RV. Mine did, but already being 42', I just couldn't bring myself to add another foot to the back.
Most people report good success with this, with very little performance difference with them. Weight is a big concern and must be carefully accounted for when hauling anything on the rear of your RV.
Well theres room under the camper so I mounted one of thoughs hitch baskets to the extention, now I store some things I dont use all the time but stays with the camper. After careful inspection I could see that it punched holes into the bumper where the bumper is welded to the frame. I decided with a tire carrier on one side and a truck box on the other, the trailer would look lopsided. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. When they installed it, prior to that they also welded additional support, reinforcement of the hitch. And, an issue would be bugs on the bikes when you got to your destination - but, lots of people have bikes up there.


I've also heard that there is generally a lot of movement and you really need to protect the bikes from each other. We also have a fancy pin box shroud that makes it pretty, I'd have to figure a way to fabricate around that (as I'd really prefer to not remove it). One fellow fabricated fork mounts to the underside of his dinette seats and use them for securing the bikes. Having too much weight on the rear of your RV can adversely affect its handling, particularly when you have a towable RV, as well as the potential for bumper failure if not modified to handle the additional weight.
If you want to transport some lightweight but bulky stuff, then the adjustable hitch should work well. Aluminum or polyethylene carriers are super lightweight but tend to be a little more expensive than their steel counterparts. I have read about bumpers twisting and bending and tearing things up due to the weight of the bikes. I've kicked around the idea of a PVC bike rack mounted to the underside to help them stand up.
There are 4 slides, in the master bedroom, in the main living area and two opposing slides in the bunkhouse. Anything heavier, like a generator, you should have a welder build something up designed for the weight you want to carry.
If you need a lockable carrier, Stowaway makes a really nice weatherproof enclosed carrier that swings out for easy access.
Wanting to know if anyone has installed one, or ideas to strengthen up bumper to support a carrier and the weight of the bikes. We use waterproof ground cover (aka Neat Sheet but they aren't made any more (sad face)) between each bike to protect them. But, like I said- we carry way too much stuff on the dinette table that isn't bike shaped (stroller, infant trike). But keep in mind that these are much heavier and have less capacity than the standard basket carriers. I think you will need a welder to reinforce it with some thick plates or something for this to work. We have carried up to 2 adult bikes, a child-size bike, an infant tricycle and a stroller all at the same time.



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