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MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension - 500 lbs

MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension - 500 lbs

Item # MR96FR
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Tray slides out from either side of your RV cargo area for easy access to your camping gear and tools without having to break your back crawling in. Safety latch and carpeted bottom prevent the tray and your gear from shifting around. Great Prices for the best rv cargo slides from MORryde. MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension - 500 lbs part number MR96FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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MORryde RV Cargo Slides - MR96FR

  • 72 Inch Long
  • 33 Inch Wide
  • MORryde
  • 80 Percent Extension
  • 2 Way
  • Cargo
  • 500 lbs
  • Preassembled Tray

Tray slides out from either side of your RV cargo area for easy access to your camping gear and tools without having to break your back crawling in. Safety latch and carpeted bottom prevent the tray and your gear from shifting around.


Features:

  • Tray slides out for easy access to the storage cargo compartment in your RV or motorhome
    • Stores camping and hiking gear, larger tools, power cords, cleaning supplies, and more
    • Eliminates the need for you to crawl into a cluttered or cramped compartment
  • 2-Way sliding design is accessible from either side of your RV's pass-through compartment
  • Carpeted bottom helps stop your camping gear from shifting around in the tray while traveling
  • Blue safety latch locks the tray in the stowed position to prevent it from sliding open
    • Pull the latch up to slide the tray out
    • Can add a tabletop (not included) when tray is extended to create a workstation or picnic table
  • Durable steel construction with gray powder coat finish
  • Bolt-on installation in your storage compartment with included hardware
    • Tray is preassembled
    • Height adjustment kit (CTG54-001 - sold separately) is available to help clear taller compartment lips
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fits: RV cargo compartments at least 72" deep
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs
  • Tray extension: 80 percent
  • Overall dimensions: 72" long x 33" wide x 6-5/8" tall
  • Tray dimensions: 70-1/4" long x 29-7/8" wide
  • 1-Year limited warranty


MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray

Need a way to organize the tangled mess that is your pass-through storage compartment? This cargo tray slides out from either side of your RV or motorhome to give you easy access to your camping and hiking gear, larger tools, power cords, cleaning supplies, and more. It keeps your compartment decluttered and prevents you from climbing in and spending a lot of time looking around for what you need.


Whenever you need something from your compartment, lift the blue latch up and slide the tray out. When you're finished grabbing your hiking boots and sunscreen for your trek out in the woods or your grill for your family cookout, push the tray all the way back in until it's stowed away. The safety latch locks the tray in place, so it won't slide out while you're traveling to the next campsite. And the carpeted bottom will help stop your gear from shifting around.


Bolt-On Installation

This preassembled tray installs inside the storage compartment of your RV or motorhome. Making sure there's adequate clearance of the compartment door, bolt the tray down on to the compartment floor using the pre-drilled holes. Mounting hardware is included.



CTG80-3372-2DW MORryde Sliding Tray for Motorhome Cargo Compartment - 72" x 33" - 500 lbs - 2 Way





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Video Transcript for MORryde RV Cargo 2 Way Sliding Tray Review

Hi, everyone. It's Evangeline here at etrailer and today we'll be taking a look at our MORryde Sliding Tray for your RV cargo compartments right here at etrailer. This is a very easy to install sliding tray which you can install in different shapes, different sizes depending on your storage space. This allows you to access items that may be stored at the center of your storage case. You can just slide this out and you now have access to them and it allows you to organize your stuff a little bit better. This arrives fully assembled so the main things you need to do is figure out what size do you need for your RV and then you can figure out what kind of items can you store inside of this.

So we'll take a look at some different specs, different measurements so that you can make the correct decision for you. So let's take a look at some width and length measurements. Width is gonna be the most important because you wanna make sure it fits right inside of your door. So we have a width range of 20 inches all the way to 52 inches. So for that width measurement it's actually a 1/4 inch less than what it says it is.

So for example, if you had a 20 inch wide door you can actually get the 20 inch tray 'cause it's just a little bit smaller than 20 allowing you to still be able to open this. Now as you can see here, we didn't fully utilize the width because we wanted some extra storage space to the side for our longer items like our mats or your chairs. So that's definitely something you can do too. So the length measurement is gonna have a range of 36 inches long all the way to 90 inches long. In fact, for your longer trays it now becomes a two-way tray.

So you can access it on this side or you can access it on this side, whichever is easier for you. It uses this easy to open latch. If you do have the two-way there's gonna be a latch on each side. If you have the one-way, it's just on this side. And this allows you to slide it out, it has ball bearings that help you slide.

So this does slide out to 60%. So this was in the center of our RV and now it's accessible. So compared to the more premium trays, which can stop at like 1/3 or 2/3 of the way out, this is pretty much all or nothing. Since it does slide out 60% if you do get the two-way, you will be able to access all of your cargo tray, grab whatever you need depending on which side you slide this out from. Now let's take a look at height. So there's gonna be some different measurements here that you will have to be mindful of. The first is gonna be our actual usable height with the carpet on the inside. So you have this nice carpet floor which means that your items aren't creating a mess inside of your storage space. You can also slide around your items without worrying about scratching them or damaging them, but there's a downside. The downside is that it takes up space inside your storage tray. So you have about 3-1/2 inches of height. So this isn't gonna be a big deal because you're still able to stack things up inside of your sliding tray. But you will have to be mindful if you have pipes, if you have things hanging low, to stack it around them so you don't run into it. So the height of your tray is now gonna be almost 7 inches tall from where we install our bracket to the top of the tray. But notice where our ball bearings are and where the lip of our storage space is. So here it's easy enough to slide this over because it slides over the lip, but if your lip is more than 1.6 inches tall, there's gonna be a solution for you. And that is to get the separate height kit for your cargo tray. So we talked about measurements. The question is how much cargo can you actually load inside of this sliding tray Of course, it depends on what size cargo tray you have for the actual space, but all of them have a weight capacity of 800 pounds. So let's say you have a Blackstone Grill, you can place it right here in the center. Use this to grill on safely. You can even load your heavier, bulky items on this tray. And since it slides out you don't have to lift it out of your storage space. So here at etrailer we have different products from different brands. So let's talk about another big brand of cargo trays that we carry. That's going to be the Lippert Kwikee SuperSlide Cargo Tray. So it's kind of similar in that it slides out and allows you to access your cargo that's all the way towards the center of your RV, but it has some differences. So one is gonna be the way it's assembled. The MORryde comes fully assembled, you just need to install it. The SuperSlide allows you a little bit more customization because it comes in three parts. You're gonna have to get the rails, you're gonna have to get the trim kit, and then you have to get separate plywood to make your bottom. So that can be good for some people who really wanna customize their experience because then you can choose your own style of trim, you can choose your own rails, and really get the best fit for how much, how wide or how long you want your cargo tray to be. The downside to that is you have to install all three different pieces and you have to get all three different pieces. Compared to this, it arrives, you install it, you're done. With the SuperSlide, you have to install it all together and then you can go. The next two big differences are gonna be how the latch works and the weight capacity. For this one you have an easy to open latch but this only slides out all the way. It doesn't stop at increments, which the SuperSlide does. So if you want your tray out 1/3 of the way and just lock it there, you can do so with the SuperSlide. With this one, it is gonna slide back unless you stop it. The next thing is gonna be weight capacity. This has 800 pounds of weight capacity, the SuperSlide has 1000 pounds of weight capacity. So those are really just the main differences. Of course, construction, slightly different. How they look is slightly different. But if you're someone who needs extra weight capacity you really wanna max out your cargo tray, you really wanna customize how wide it is, how long it is. Definitely go with the SuperSlide. Just make sure to do your research, follow our product pages so that you get the right fit for you. If you want a super quick and easy process you don't really wanna have to think about the install process, go ahead, get the MORryde. You still have a really good weight capacity and it's all included. Once your cargo tray arrives all you need to do is install it into your storage space. So take a look at where we have our bolts and then where our brackets are. These bolts are included with your kit. Just find a spot inside of your storage space, make sure that your brackets are lined up and then tighten those down. Make sure to use all the bolts to make sure everything is nice and secure. So to help me out with this video is the owner of this trailer. So this is Jake. You may have seen him on some of his other videos right here at etrailer. So we're gonna ask some questions about what is it like living with the MORryde Sliding Cargo Tray. So first off, do you like the tray Any good things about it Yes, I do. I actually love this tray. The one problem that I had before I had the tray was that specifically for me my grill is always in the center of my bay because I don't use it all the time. So having this to be able to pull it out to access my grill it's made it much easier. Before I had to empty my whole bay out because the grill is too big to be able to wedge it past any of those other things. Oh no, it's heavy too. That would be a big hassle to drag out from the center of your storage space. Yeah, and that's mainly a problem for me because my storage bay door is only about 14 inches tall. If you had a larger bay what I've seen a lot of people having to crawl over stuff if they could actually fit in their storage bay, you have to crawl over stuff to be able to get to it. That's not any fun either. With your storage bay being so tall though, or not as tall, are you now limited because of this tray Has this created any problems Yeah, so I like to keep a lot of my stuff in five gallon buckets to just help me organize 'cause you're usually pretty readily available in case one breaks I can pick one up. But because this drawer has raised the height a little bit, I can no longer fit a five gallon bucket in the storage bay. Okay, so there was some good parts about getting a tray, there we're some kind of downsides but then I guess you could just reorganize. Absolutely. And work around it. Yep. So with the pros, with the cons, do you still think it's better to have the tray Yes, absolutely. Because you can always find other bins and or containers that you can organize in the tray to be able. For those other items. Absolutely. Awesome. Well, thanks Jake. That was a nice quick interview. It's nice to see your actual lifestyle with the tray. Not a problem. So my personal thoughts about the MORryde Sliding Trays is that they're both easy to install and they make your life easier. So compared to other brands where you have to figure out how to install it, what kind of pieces you need, this comes fully assembled, you just bolt it down and you're done, you're ready to go. So I really like having an organized storage space. This not only makes my items or helps me organize my items but now I can access them, especially if you're on the smaller side, you don't wanna carry as much. Maybe you're on the older side too and you're not a fan of having to take everything out of your compartment in order to access your really, really heavy grill. This is a great way to solve that process, make your life easier and then you can focus on the important things which is your adventures on the road. And that was a look right here at our MORryde Sliding Tray for your RV cargo compartments here at etrailer. My name is Evangeline and I hope you enjoyed the journey.

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Customer Reviews

MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension - 500 lbs - MR96FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (947 Customer Reviews)

Tray slides out from either side of your RV cargo area for easy access to your camping gear and tools without having to break your back crawling in. Safety latch and carpeted bottom prevent the tray and your gear from shifting around.

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this device is a labor saver. you always try to put the things you use all the time in the front. the cargo slide
is perfect. with this slide, you can arrange your items that fit better together and not worry about not being able to reach them. this is well worth the cost.I'm not a picture person or I would defiantly included several.



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Item got here super fast and in good condition, but the box was kind of a mess but tray fine the packaging was very good. Item is big and cumbersome so understand on the box damage. It's going to work great in my RV storage basement.



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Great product! Very well built and easy to install. Perfect for organizing the basement compartment on my 5th wheel trailer.



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Works great and was easy to install!



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I was looking for a cargo tray for my RV and Sara from etrailer helped me with the right size and shipping info. Unit arrived intact and we installed it, making my back very happy not having to bend over to get items out of my storage anymore!!!



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Product is easy to install and appears durable. I have used a smaller version in another RV. This arrived with a dent and loss of paint on the short dimension of the end - appears to have occurred during shipment. Box was a little beat up. damage was cosmetic but a little disappointing for [XX]



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Excellent product designed perfectly for rv storage area, with access via both side of the trailer allows you to reach stored items from either side and the additional advantage of the cargo slide actually sliding out ensures no more climbing into the trailer garage area.



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I've had RVs for a long time and always hated storing stuff in the front
locker only to find that over time things got buried in the back or
pushed out-of-reach into the middle of the locker. I got a new
toyhauler and thought I would try these sliding trays. They are amazing!

I had them completely installed in my toyhauler in under 30 minutes by
simple using my drill to attach 8 screws to the floor. There was a wide
variety of screws and bolts provided, and installation was super easy.

The tray is long enough that I access it from either side of the
toyhauler. I slides out 80-percent of the tray length, so there's
nothing on the tray that can't be easily accessed from one cabinet door
or the other. I should have gotten one of these years ago!



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Used the 36"x33" 60% slide tray to make a slide out unit for the back of my Jeep TJ. Was a perfect size. With the enclosure I made, I am able to load it to the max. It has worked perfectly for 1 year. The only thing that needed addressing was done right after installation; that was to put in a closer stop bar because the locking mechanism is lets the drawer roll about 1/16 - 1/8", enough to make a jiggle noise. I stopped the noise. Great product and worth the money.



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This is the second MORryde sliding drawer that I have purchased. Well made and solid. Installation is quick and easy. An asset to full basement RVs. eTrailer is great.



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I’ve had 2 drawers for a year now and it changed everything for us in the garage area. These are some HEAVY DUTY drawers! The rollers are industrial grade and the lock/unlock mechanism is on point! They fit perfectly in my sprinter where I can open only one door and pull the slider all the way out to access my deep/large fridge and open it from the top.

My only negative is there is play when locked and there is a clunking sound when taking off or breaking. But it’s in the garage and barely audible. I can put some “stopper” type rubber to snub it but it hasn’t been that big of a deal.



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It was just what we need for our Cargo storage, even though when it asked for my RV information it provided me with the wrong specs. I was able to measure the cargo area myself. I order the correct size for my cargo area, we did have to add one inch board to the rails in order to have it not hit the door frame.



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Installed a 3/4" plywood base to mount this Sliding Cargo Tray over the top of. Makes it a lot easier to access and stow away luggage or food carriers, BBQ, etc. into the Sprinter Van and it slides forward and back out of the rear doors. A bit on the heavy side but it is sturdy. I do wonder if a new type of PVC wallboard could replace the 3/4" OSB particle board base floor of the tray to reduce the weight a bit and have waterproof properties.



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Installed into the rear cargo/garage area of a Winnebago Revel. It works great and does exactly what I wanted. Installation was easy just a matter of getting it centered and making sure mounting screws didn't damage any components underneath. No mods were required other than removing the two center tiedowns from the floor.



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This is by far the best upgrade that I've done to my 5th wheel. It was very difficult to access items in the center of one of my compartments due to the size of the door. This slide drawer is perfect solution!



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I have had this for about a year. I have it installed in the bed of my Jeep Gladiator. It holds my Yeti Power Source (1500X) and my Pro Eagle jack. Both very heavy items and the slide does the job well. It was easy to install and the materials feel like good quality. The only ding on it is that there isn’t a stop or lock to prevent it from sliding when you pull it out, so if you are at incline/decline it could move on you if you have it pulled out.



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Great product. Purchased this for my Tiffin Motorhome to pair with one that was already installed in this coach. Works perfectly. A real back saver. Came with every necessary to install. Myself a two other guys lifted and slid in place. Took a few measurements. Drilled a few holes. Installed fasteners. All took about 1 hour start to finish. Very satisfied.



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I love being able to get items from the center without unloading half of the stuff stored in the pass-through. And I am able to store items in front of the slide like a fold up table, small propane bottles, Anderson levelers and surge protector. Only issue is that when first sliding out to the right it is very hard for about half way, then it slides easy.



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These slide trays are a game changer. Are they q little pricey, yes, but they are worth it. They are very well built and made it so kuch easier to stow and access all my tools and gear. I would definitely order them again.



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Much needed addition to my storage compartment! Now that it is installed. I ordered the 72” x 20” 80% cargo slide. It must be an odd size because it took about a month to get.
When trying to install it, I was unable to separate the cargo drawer from the frame. I followed the instructions and watched videos but my cargo drawer would not lift out. I was able to install it anyway so it really became a non issue.



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These MoRrdye slide trays are worth every penny. No more climbing in to retrieve items and saves your back and head.
Installation was super easy. Shipping was awesome and the truck driver helped with putting in garage.


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  • Overall Dimensions of 72" x 33" MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray
    The MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray # MR96FR has overall measurements of 72" long x 33" wide x 6-5/8" tall while the tray itself measures 70-1/4" long x 29-7/8" wide. Aside from that we don't have any other specific dimensions, so if you're wanting something like a cut sheet or CAD document you'll need to reach out to MORryde directly.
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  • Weight of MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension
    The MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 72" x 33" - 2 Way Slide - 80 Percent Extension part # MR96FR weighs around 110 lbs. The MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray - 60" x 33" - 1 Way Slide - 60 Percent Extension part # MR56FR weighs around 90 lbs. I have attached our full list of MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray options below as well.
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  • Tray For Heavy Generator
    We do not have any sliding trays with a high enough capacity that match those dimensions and work with that door size. The only thing we have that comes close is the 72" long # MR96FR which is designed to be accessed from both sides. However, the tray is only 29-7/8" wide so it is just shy of your 30" measurement. Regardless of that fact, I'm guessing you have a generator compartment with the single door that doesn't run the width of the trailer so the length wouldn't work either. I would...
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  • RV Cargo Slide Out Tray That Extends at Least 50 Inches
    So it sounds like you are needing an RV cargo slide out tray that extends at least 50 inches in order to go past your slide and the depth of your refrigerator. There may be an option for you, so long as your cargo compartment is at least 72 inches deep. If it is, what you can use is a MORryde sliding tray that is 72 inches long. These extend out 80 percent, so it will extend 57-1/2 inches. The correct one will depend on the width of your cargo compartment, and I'll list the options for...
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  • Is the MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray Weather Resistant
    The MORryde RV Cargo Sliding Tray # MR96FR is not weather resistant. This tray has a carpet flooring which isn't going to hold up in bad weather. What I'd do is, cut a section of the Erickson Heavy Duty Tarp # EM57022 and line the floor of the tray with it and use the excess to protect whatever it is you're storing; that way everything will be protected and weather proof.
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