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Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp

Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier

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Code:   MSCR

Price:$249.95


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Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier - MSCR

The mobility carrier provides a platform to transport the mobility scooter. The ramp, when mounted on the passenger side, easily folds down to allow for quick loading and unloading next to or on the curb.

Features:

  • Hinged ramp design
  • Doubles as a regular cargo carrier when not transporting the scooter
    • Great for hauling lawn equipment - lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.
  • 6 tie down mounting points are built in
  • Powder coated black finish resists rust and corrosion
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Includes anti-rattle device to minimize noise and movement
  • Pin and clip not included
  • Ramp can be mounted on either side of the platform for curbside or street loading/unloading


Specs:

  • Designed for use with 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Deck size measures 27" wide x 44" long
    • Overall dimensions: 27-3/4" wide x 44-3/4" long
    • Shank length from end to carrier: 9"
    • Shank length from pin hole to carrier: 7"
  • Capacity: 350 lbs
  • Carrier weight: 95 lbs
  • Ramp measures 26" wide x 42" long
  • 1-Year warranty


cargo carrier with ramp collapsed onto platform

Ramp collapses flat into carrier platform for storage



carrier with ramp in the upright position

When in use, the ramp is stored in an upright position and is also used to help secure cargo on the platform.



Pins with clips are used to secure the ramp in the up position and in the collapsed, stored position.



MSCR Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp








Customer Reviews

Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp - MSCR

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating5.0 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)




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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Harold03/08/2008

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Great Product, Great Price What an awesome deal. Now I can take my scooter everywhere.660



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Betty S01/14/2013

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GREAT SERVICE!!! REAL PLEASED WITH EVE RYTHING62967



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Janet Bruns05/18/2012

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Will provide with much needed mobility. Thank you.40958



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chris03/04/2009

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Just love mine I had to drill a few holes larger to get everything right. It sure has come in handy for my snowblower, power washer, and junk I don't want to put in my mini van. Buy it you will like it. 1621



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chris03/19/2010

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Great to have I use it for my snowblower and powerwasher. Tucks away nicely in garage. Quite heavy, but managable. Make sure you secure it in your garage or it will fall on your car2822



Ask the Experts about this Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier
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  • Will a Pride Mobility Celebrity X Scooter Fit on the MSCR Carrier?
  • The Pride Celebrity X Scooter has an overall length of 46 inches and an overall width of 24 inches (see diagram link below). It has a weight of 217-1/2 pounds so the MSCR scooter carrier will not work. We do carry another carrier, the SC500, which has a weight capacity of 500 pounds that has ample length and width for your scooter.
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  • Trailer Hitch for MSCR Scooter Carrier on 2006 Kia Sedona
  • We have trailer hitches for your 2006 Kia Sedona Van and you can get one from our online store or by calling 1-800-298-8924. The Hidden Hitch 70761, 2 inch by 2 inch class III trailer hitch, would be a good choice. If you need wiring, then you could use wiring harness 118410 to wire your vehicle. The Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp will work very well with this hitch and both have a weight capacity of 350 pounds. We also have accessories you may need such as a
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  • Can a Cheverolet Aveo Carry Trailer Hitch Mounted Scooter Carrier
  • The Scooter Carrier you are interested in, part number MSCR can only be used with a hitch that has a 2 inch receiver. The Chevrolet Aveo can only use a Class I hitch, which can only handle 200 lbs of tongue weight, or downward force. Although we offer cargo carriers that the scooter might fit on, the weight of the scooter and carrier would almost certainly damage the hitch and the vehicle.
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  • Will The Hitch Cargo Carrier, # MSCR, Work For A Rally 4 Scooter On A Honda Pilot
  • I looked up the Rally 4 scooter and it said it has a dimension of 21 inches X 44 inches and weighs 144 lbs. with a battery. It also has 3 inches of ground clearance. The Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier, # MSCR, has a deck size of 27 inches wide X 44 inches long. That might make fitting your scooter pretty tight. This hitch cargo carrier does require a 2 inch Class III hitch. The ramp should be no problem for the your scooter to get up. The Rage Powersports Hitch Cargo Carrier, # SC500, is a
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  • Trailer Hitch and Cargo Carrier Recommendation for Motorized Scooter on a 2002 Ford Explorer
  • In order to carry a hitch mounted cargo carrier for a motorized scooter, I recommend a class III trailer hitch. If your 2002 Ford Explorer is a 2-Door, you can use Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch, # 70647. For a 4-Door model, use # 87417. Each of these has a tongue weight capacity of 500 pounds. This higher tongue weight capacity is recommended for carrying a motorized scooter on a cargo carrier. For carriers, we have several options. You will want something that has a ramp to make loading/unloadi
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  • What is the Actual Weight of the Mobility Scooter Carrier for use on a 2001 Honda CR-V
  • The actual weight, according to the manufacturer, of the Mobility Scooter Carrier, item # MSCR, is 95 pounds. I checked out the Pride GoGo Ultra X electric scooter, on the web, and found that it is 71 pounds without batteries and 92 pounds with batteries. The only 2 inch hitch we carry for for 2001 Honda CRV, item # 13314, has a tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds. This means that the 187 pounds of the carrier, and the scooter with batteries would be compatible with that hitch. You will
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  • Recommendation for Carrying a Wheel Chair on a 2009 Chevy Malibu
  • The trailer hitches for a 2009 Chevy Malibu are Class II trailer hitches with a 1-1/4 receiver so the Brophy carrier, # MSCR, will not fit (unless you have a hitch on the car already that has a 2 inch receiver and the capacity to hold the weight of the carrier, 90 pounds, and the weight of the wheel chair). We do have a wheel chair carrier that will fit a Class II trailer hitch. Take a look at the Trailer Hitch Mounted Scooter / Wheel Chair Carrier, # RHWC1114. With this carrier it will be ea
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  • Mobility Scooter Carrying Options for 2010 Subaru Impreza
  • The Subaru Impreza would use a Class I receiver like part # 60893 for a Non-STi Sedan model Impreza or part # 60303 for a hatchback model with single exhaust. The MSCR scooter carrier you mentioned is only compatible with a Class III or higher hitch with a 2 inch receiver opening, instead of the 1-1/4 inch receiver opening used by the Class I receiver. The problem lies in the fact that none of our wheelchair/scooter carriers are compatible with a Class I receiver, due to the low tongue weight
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  • Mobility Scooter Carrier for 1998 Honda Passport
  • The fit of a scooter carrier on your Passport will depend on the distance between the hitch pin hole in your receiver and the furthest rearward portion of your spare tire (see photo). The rear mounted spare tire on your Passport might prevent the shank of the carrier from completely sliding into the receiver of your hitch unless you choose a carrier that has a shank that has a hitch pin hole to closest portion of the carrier distance that is long enough. The Brophy Scooter Carrier you mention
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  • Trailer Hitch and Hitch Mounted Carrier Recommendation for a 2012 Ford Focus Sedan
  • All of the trailer hitches available for the 2012 Ford Focus sedan are Class I hitches. This means that they have 1-1/4 inch receivers and a limited capacity and can only be used with accessories that are rated for use in a Class I hitch. The most popular hitch option for your car is # 24872. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. The Brophy carrier, # MSCR, will only fit in 2 inch trailer hitches so it will not work for a Focus. I have included a link to all
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  • Availability of Hitch and Scooter Carrier To Fit a 2000 Chevy Malibu
  • I have the Curt Class II 1-1/4 Inch Hitch, part # 12027, for your 2000 Chevrolet Malibu that has a 350 pound tongue weight capacity. I also have the Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier, part # RHWC1114, that will fit a Class II hitch and will transport a scooter that will weigh less than 230 pounds. I am including a link to the installation instructions on the Curt hitch. If your scooter is less than 230 pounds then this hitch and scooter carrier will work for you. You will also need the Curt Hitch
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  • How to Carry a Mobility Scooter with a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
  • You can install a Class II trailer hitch on your 2005 Chrysler Sebring sedan using trailer hitch # 36301. However, this hitch, and all of the hitch options for your vehicle, have 1-1/4 inch receivers, not 2 inch receivers, so you could not use carrier # MSCR. The only carrier that will fit a 1-1/4 inch receiver and has a ramp is # RHWC1114. This carrier has a 230 pound capacity, so the hitch can hold it. The hitch has a 300 pound tongue weight capacity but once you subtract the weight of the
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  • Cargo Carrier Recommendation for a Pride Victory Scooter and Hitch for 2007 Suburu Outback Wagon
  • As long as your 2007 Subaru Outback Wagon is not the Sport model, the Hidden Hitch # 87446 will work well to carry your Pride Victory Sport Scooter. I have a brief installation video of this hitch on your vehicle. In my research I have found that your scooter has an overall dimension of 47 inches in length and 25.9 inches in width. With those dimensions, the Mobility Scooter Carrier # MSCR you referenced will not fit your scooter - it is not long enough. The MaxxTow 30x50 Carrier # MT702
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  • Brophy Mobility Scooter Carrier # MSCR on 2008 Chevy Tahoe
  • The Brophy Mobility Scooter Carrier, part # MSCR would not be a permanent installation. It would slide into the receiver tube, and be secured by a pin and clip like # PC3 or a locking hitch pin, like # 40107. Keep in mind, however that the carrier weighs just a bit less than 90 lbs, so installing and removing it will be a two-person operation. The furthest rearward portion of the carrier would extend 36 inches rearward from the hitch pin hole in the receiver on your Tahoe, and the lowest poin
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