Trailer Tray A-Frame Cargo Carrier

Catalog Item # 70918

The first trailer tongue cargo carrying system lets you carry up to 300 lbs. of cargo on the A-frame of your trailer.

Technical Specifications

65.6 lbs.
Brackets fit trailer frames 3 ½" to 6 ½"H. Platform is 32"W x 20"D with metal mesh floor that lets water drain away.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 4 reviews (4 Based on 4 Reviews)

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Trailer Tray

by Anonymous – June 11, 2014
4 out of 5 stars

Excellent product, well constructed and fits nicely above the gas tanks. I would replace the front bolts on the front support ar

Paint??

by Keith Jordan – October 04, 2014
3 out of 5 stars

I installed your shelf with no problem and the quality of the materials was good. The design is excellent. The reason I can't gi

Quality product! Very solid

by Jason Goldthorpe – July 15, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

I had a minor snafu with a part missing, but I had installed it myself and changed up a bolt to manage to the missing part. The ve

Trailer tray A Frame Cargo Carrier

by Anonymous – August 02, 2017
5 out of 5 stars

Well Built Product, once you get it somewhat in place, be sure to check your clearances. Also that you can easily reach the hardwa

I realize that the dimension of the platform is 32x20 but I assume this is based on the rear width of the platform. What is the width of the front that is more narrow?
The front(smaller) edge is 24.785" in length. On the sides, length is 14.243" before it tapers for 7.052" to the front edge. A diagram can be seen here.
by Camping World – June 21, 2016
No, a cage is not available. Instead you can use a cable lock to secure the generator to the drilled out holes along the lip of the tray.
by Camping World – May 06, 2016
From the top of the trailer a-frame to the bottom of the tray is 29.5". This cargo carrier was engineered to accommodate for up to a 30# propane tank with just enough space to access said tank(s) with a vinyl or hard cover with flip top. However, the tray will need to be removed to remove the tank cover or refill said propane tank(s).
by Camping World – May 03, 2016

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