Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Review of the Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty


Today on our 2016 Ford F250 we're doing a test fit of the MaxxTow 48x21 cargo carrier. That part number is MT70422. We already have it on our vehicle. First we are going to go over a few measurements and some features. Our first measurement is going to be our ground clearance here. We're going to have about 18 inches of clearance.

Overall to the back of the truck we're adding about 29 and a half inches. Our closest point is going to be about seven inches away. On our truck we've got a passenger side exhaust here, it goes comes straight out to the side so we shouldn't have to worry about carrying any heat sensitive materials on our carrier at all. If we check our tailgate overhand, you can see it does hang over about half of our carrier. That overhang is about six and a half inches and the height of that is about twelve inches. Just be aware that if you plan on stacking a lot of materials on your carrier that you may come in contact if you try to open the tailgate.

Also, we have a weight limit of five hundred pounds on the carrier. Down here at the hitch, we've got a hitch pintle clip holding that in, that is included when you purchase your carrier, although it's not going to keep a lot of shake and play out of the carrier as you're heading down the road, so I would suggest purchasing an anti-rattle device and an anti-rattle bolt. It's going to be our completed look at the MaxxTow 48x21 Cargo Carrier. Part number again is MT70422 on our 2016 Ford F250. Let's see how it does on the test course. Here on our test course we'll start by inaudible 00:02:05.

This is going to show us the side to side action which simulates turning corners or basic maneuvers. Once we get to the alternating speed bumps, we'll see the twisting action. This will simulate hitting a curb or potholes, or driving over uneven pavement. Once we get to the full speed bumps, we'll see the up and down action. This will be just like driving in and out of a parking lot, garage, or driveway..


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