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    Special Receiver Hitch Rack

    Guys Let's have a little fun. I have a need for a special receiver hitch that just isn't offered commercially. It is to carry some thing really awkward that is a real pain to deal with in the traditional way. So I decided to just make my own receiver mounted rack. Here is the start of the construction, see if you can guess what I am going to transport with it.

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    Heavy Hitch so you can add weight??
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    I think I see foot pegs in the reflection of the tailgate. It looks like both pieces are solid. Too easy, it's a mother-inlaw hauler. As long as you put foot straps on the pegs, I believe that will be legal in Wiscowsin, not sure you could take her out of state.

    Are you going to stop by and make it Black? It would be warmer for her.
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    Showing the bottom half of an adjustable rack.
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    It has to be something that can get dirty. If I hauled anything on the back of my pickup like that it would be a disastrous mess within a couple miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    It is to carry some thing really awkward that is a real pain to deal with in the traditional way.
    Is it so you can haul around the 4,367 keys to your tractor? Will it have separate compartments for "red keys" and "black keys"?
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    What ever it's for

    can't be very heavy cause it's mounted on a Chevy



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    The word "awkward" makes me want to think of a post hole digger.
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    A clothesline for on-the-road drying maybe?
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