Hitch Haul® Aluma-Haul™

   

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  • 3'' framed-steel side rails
  • Heavy-gauge metal flooring
  • Steel bridge supports
  • Aluminum construction
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs.
Features 3'' framed-steel side rails and heavy-gauge metal flooring. Steel bridge supports add strength and load balancing. Aluminum construction. Weight capacity: 500 lbs. Size: 20''Dx60''W. Fits a 2'' receiver hitch.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great Product 2we purchased this item after the roof racks we needed did not fit our Jeep. When we returned the racks, we notices the Hitch Haul and it would fit our Jeep. Took it on vacation and it worked great. No moving around on turns and is very sturdy. October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lightweight hauler I haven't used the hauler yet but it assembled really easy and is well made. June 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by good product for reasonable price The Aluma-Haul Hitch Haul worked well for my purpose (hauling deer and feral hogs from the field to processing locations, so I could avoid putting the carcasses inside my suburban). It assembled quickly and easily. It is relatively light for handling and transporting compared to all-steel versions. December 31, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lightweight The mesh is a very light guage metal and not strong enough to with stand heavy weight. December 7, 2010
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Honda Pilot

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Hello will this fit a Honda Pilot?
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This product is designed to fit any vehicle with a 2" receiver hitch.

Without knowing the year of your Honda Pilot I can tell you that Honda does state that they install a Class III receiver hitch on each new Pilot. A Class III receiver hitch is generally 2".
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aluminum or steel

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Is this made of aluminum or steel or both. The description say steel frame steel bridge, aluminum construction. Which one is it?
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the one we purchased is steel.
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Aluminum 19.25-inch x 60-inch
Aluminum expanded metal mesh floor

The steel model is item number 38-614-985-74.
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Reese or Draw-Tite hitch receivers are th ones with rounded corners.
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Works with any 2" receiver.
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Yes, mine works with a standard 2" Reese hitch.
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No.
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No, this model does not.
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This unit does not fold in half. it is lightweight though and can be hung from a garage wall, etc.
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Not by itself, but HitchHaul does sell an attachment, model HFTB, that gives you the folding option.
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The Aluma Haul I purchased is aluminum and it weighs 23 pounds
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The aluminum version is 23 lbs. The steel version is a little over 40 lbs. Both hold up to 500lbs of weight (distributed evenly)
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The Aluma-Haul weighs 26.5 lbs.
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