Rola 22x59 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2019 Toyota Tundra

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Review of the Rola 22x59 Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2019 Toyota Tundra


Jake: Hey guys, it's Jake here with etrailer. Today we have a 2019 Toyota Tundra and we're going to show you how the ROLA Cargo Carrier is going to interact with it. The ROLA Cargo Carrier is going to be one of our beefier cargo carriers that we carry and reason that is, is it's going to have a 600 pound weight capacity. That weight capacity is going to help you, especially with your truck, to be able to get those larger items, and make room more on the inside of your bed to carry more luggage or with our tonneau cover, everything on the inside is going to stay dry, on the inside of our bed. So anything that might need to stay that doesn't need to stay dry can sit on our cargo carrier such as coolers, equipment bags, if you have sporting equipment or anything, you're going on a travel trip for sports. This is going to work great for that.The cargo carrier is going to feature a heavy duty steel construction and round tubes on the ends.

You can see how many different tie down points we're going to have throughout the entire perimeter of our rack here. Now one thing I do want to point out that's going to set this cargo carrier apart from others is that the floor is not going to be that lighter material mesh that the floors normally are made of. They're going to be a nice heavy duty steel construction so you're not going to have to worry about it bowing under pressure.Now the total length we've added to our Tundra, is going to be about 34 inches, so keep that in mind if you're parking in a parking garage, or in a parking lot that you have added that length onto your vehicle.Now for your ground clearance, we'll go ahead and give you a measurement, but I don't think you're going to have to worry about it on the back of your Tundra because it does sit so high. You're going to look at about 20 and a half inches here to the back, furthest most point. The distance from our bumper to the closest point of the rack is going to be about 10 and a half inches but you don't have to worry about that because our cargo carrier is not going to fold up to our vehicle.

So this is stationary so you're not going to have to worry about it and it's going to be more than enough space to be able to slide in there to, in order to properly strap down our load.Now one nice benefit with this cargo carrier, even though we do have a two inch rise in our shank to give us a little bit more ground clearance, you are still going to be able to drop your tailgate all the way. You're going to have about an inch underneath your tailgate before it makes contact with the sidebar of our cargo carrier. This is nice because you're not going to have to worry about putting a towel or anything underneath your tailgate so it doesn't get damaged. You can still reach in load and unload the back of your truck with ease.Now we'll go ahead and come down to our hitch and see how it's attached. So down here at our hitch you'll see that we have a two inch by two inch shank going into our two inch by two inch hitch receiver and it's going to have a anti-rattle bolt.

That's going to go through our hitch pin hole with a safety clip on the other side. What this is going to do is if you've ever carried a cargo carrier before that does not have the anti-rattle bolt, you're going to feel all the vibrations from the cargo carrier because they do carry a lot of weight transferred into your vehicle and it's not going to be a very comfortable ride. When you go over bumps, you're going to feel it slam.With this you're not going to have to worry about it. You can see there's no rattling or shaking in our shank because of the anti-rattle bolt. Now one last note before we go, just because the cargo carrier has a 600 pound weight capacity does not mean that your vehicle can hold that much.

You do want to check with the owner's manual of your hitch and your vehicle to be sure that your vehicle can handle that 600 pounds.With all that being said, that's going to do it for our look at the ROLA Cargo Carrier on our 2019 Toyota Tundra.


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