EZ-Load Drop Rack for Your ATV
<p>Just when you think you have squeezed all the utility from your ATV that’s possible, the folks at <a title=”Moose Utilities” href=”http://www.mooseutilities.com/” target=”_blank”>Moose Utilities</a> come up with something new. The <a title=”EZ-Load Drop Rack” href=”http://www.mooseutilities.com/products.jsp?level1=975&product_group_id=1076″ target=”_blank”>EZ-Load Drop Rack</a> is among their latest innovations. The EZ-Load Drop Rack converts virtually any full-sized ATV into a very capable all-terrain micro-sized pickup truck, complete with tailgate to make loading and unloading easier.</p>
<p>The heavy-duty EZ-load drop rack mounts easily over the ATV’s existing OEM rack. The drop rack can hold up to three five gallon buckets and since it is constructed from ¾ inch square tubing and 16-gauge perforated steel mesh, it can withstand plenty of abuse around the farm or homestead. This new accessory measures 41 inches wide by 14 inches long by 11 ½ inches deep. It retails for $282.95 … <a title=”look for it here” href=”http://www.mooseutilities.com/products.jsp?level1=975&product_group_id=1076″ target=”_blank”>look for it here</a>.</p>
<p>To learn how to get even more out of your ATV, <a title=”click here” href=”http://www.grit.com/tools/get-more-from-your-atv.aspx”>click here</a>.</p>
<a href=”http://www.grit.com/biographies/oscar-h-will” target=_self>Hank Will</a>
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