|Item Weight||65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||90.5 x 28 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||T-NS-SCC001-WHEELCHAIRCARRIER|
|Manufacturer Part Number||T-NS-SCC001-WHEELCHAIRCARRIER|
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TMS T-NS-SCC001-WHEELCHAIRCARRIER Power Electric Medical Wheelchair Mobility Scooter Carrier Rack with Ramp
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- Platform dimension : 28 X 48 inch; Total length of ramp when expended is 42 1/4 inch
- Total weight of carrier 75 Lbs; Weight of ramp (gate) 16 lbs. .easy to lift; Weight Capacity of Ramp: Up to 400 lbs.
- Has a 3 inch safety rail; Fits all 2" Receiver, hitch class III or IV; Folding ramp can also be locked flat when not in use
- Heavy duty folding hitch makes our carrier more rigid and stronger; Folding ramp is easily locked upright with double
- Heavy duty internal spring loaded pull locks,Anti-wobble is not included
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Heavy duty steel construction; Durable black powder coated finish; Tie down straps can be hooked onto any of the tie down holes featured on the ramp sides
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I have a scooter that I use and it fits perfectly. The fact that it holds 500lbs is nice too.
Even though those things can be overlooked, the alignment of the pin holes for the 180 orientation cannot. The 90 degree holes align perfectly but at 180 they do not align, creating an unsturdy platform that without a pin bounces on bumpy rides. Seller contacted regarding the misaligment of the hole and hoping that that was an error and a replacement part could be swapped, but their exact words were,
"it is how it was designed. After you load your motorcycle on the carrier, it will be OK. When nothing on it, the item should slightly upward"
So, when the pins are in, you can lock it and secure it at 90 degree or 165 degrees but no way to secure it 180 degrees???? We have an $800, 100 lbs scooter that "will be OK"??????
Well clearly we are not risking it, so now my option are pay $70 shipping to return it to get my $90 back or eat the cost and get a less cost-effective one, and hopefully better, manufactured. Ugh.