ATV Treestand Transporter
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Use your ATV to haul your treestand with ease with the ATV Treestand Transporter. Made of heavy-duty steel tubing with a 2-point mount. Upper and lower arms are coated with poly/vinyl to hold the stand securely in place. Top arm slides over the stand, bow, or gun case and locks the item in place. Hooks are 6 inches deep and top hooks turn to a 90 degree angle. Extends to hold items up to 27" high.
- Use your ATV to lug your treestand to your hunting spot
- Heavy duty steel tubing construction
- Two point mount
- Poly/vinyl coating on the upper and lower arms hold stand securely
- Top arm slides over stand and locks it in
- Versatile design accomodates bow or gun case as well
- 6'' deep hooks turn 90º
- Holds items up to 27'' high
Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 8
Rated 1 out of 5 by bigfishken1 Poor at best!
Materials are far too light and wouldn't fit either Polaris or Yamaha without modification.
December 7, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5
by SeminoleTony Spend a little more
Product is made of thin piping.It bends easily. I carry a Tree Lounger(old style) which is very heavy and the Treestand transporter bends down(back). It also will bend if it catches onto any brush during transport. When you tighten the bolts down to hold your stand in it will also bend the piping if you over tighten it. Spend the extra money and get something stronger. Was also not very easy to install, brackets didn't fit the Polaris I own.
November 10, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by rooster54 ATV Treestand Carrier
This carrier is made of very poor materials. I bent the tubes on mine just by over tighning the hand adjusters because the tubes are very thin metal. Also, the bottom hooks don't swivel.
My buddy bought the ATV Totem about 3 yrs ago right after I bought this, and it is still in good working shape and is a lot stronger built. I don't recommend this carrier it will not last.
August 26, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by Flip15 OK Item
I did not think it would take as long as it did to install. The brackets do not fit my rack very well and I had to modify them. I also had to use a hammer to get the u bolts over the tubes. Once installed, I took a cordless drill and drilled some drain holes for the rain water to drain from.
August 10, 2008
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