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Darby Extend-A-Truck Canoe Hauler

Darby Extend-A-Truck Canoe Hauler - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Add length to your trunk with Darby® Extend-A-Truck. If you need to haul a large canoe or an oversized load, the Extend-A-Trunk can be easily secured to any pickup or SUV. Travel with ease and eliminate strain on your roof rack when using the Darby® Extend-A-Truck.

  • Installs in seconds
  • Fits 2" hitch receivers
  • Adjustable height for roof top hauling
  • Adjustable height for bed extension
  • 4' wide support
  • Stores flat behind the seat
  • Red flag is included
  • Remove in seconds
  • Darby
Country of Origin: Puerto Rico
Web ID: 3948445

Customer Reviews:

Darby Extend-A-Truck Canoe Hauler 4 5 4 4
Adirondack Canoeing Works great! Drover over 300 miles down the highway ending with a very bumpy and hilly trek 15 plus miles into the woods and the hauler was no worse for the ware. I did have to anchor the canoe on the sides for the hauler could sway back and forth in the hitch slightly and worried me for a long distance and bumpy haul. Overall very good product and very handy (assuming the person using it knows how to properly tie down whatever they are trying to carry on it.) August 29, 2013
nice but rattles alot Placed it on my truck and it moves around and rattles alot June 4, 2013
Just what I needed Easy to use I dont want a permanent rack on my truck to carry the canoes. It worked great July 10, 2012
good price and works well i needed something to carry my canoe and kayak on a shorter bed truck and this is going to do the job. July 8, 2012
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