- Great for cars, trucks, ATV / UTVs, golf cars, and lawn tractors, that use a standard 1-7/8" or 2" trail ball. 2” Ball works best
- Works on multiple surfaces: grass, gravel, uneven pavement, and even mud and snow
- Cans can not come loose during transport
- No more lifting, loading or trying to hold onto them while driving them down the driveway
- Garbage Hooks are designed for towing, please do not back up with cans attached
The SB-MT is ideal for when you have one can or an odd number of cans (I.E 3 cans). With our Can Coupler, you can add multiple cans creating a train. If you have even numbers, 2, 4, check out our DB-MT.
Our garbage hauling device makes the unpleasant task of taking out your trash cans safe, easy, quick, no matter how bad the weather can make it.
Designed to tow today’s larger 64 and 96 gallon wheeled containers with ease. Install and remove in seconds, lightweight at only 4 lbs.
The cans handle rests into our patented mountain hook channel, pined into place using a quick removable PTO clip to prevent the cans from tipping out during transportation.
Heavy, 1/8” 11 gauge steel construction. Laser cut and formed for consistent quality, parts are powder coated with a matte black finish for a durable finish.
The ball mounted is ideal if you leave your trailer ball in the receiver hitch. Just unfasten the PTO clip when you're done and clip it back on when you need it. Easily change it from vehicle to vehicle.
Your towing height will be determined by the height of your trailer ball hitch.
Normal working height is from 14” to 21”, allowing approximately 30% of the cans weight to be resting to the support arm.
Single can units have a 12" support arm length, and hooks that lock the cans handle in place, adjustable from 9" to 10" inside widths. The Ball mounted hooks extends out 2.5”.
For more details and information please visit the Directions section
Single Can Ball Mounted Hook
Q) Can the support arm hit my vehical?
A) Yes- normally your trail hitch is extended 8-10" this should leave for a large turning radius for going around curves before cans could touch the bumper.