Sick and tired of your gear slipping and sliding around your truck's bed while you drive? HitchMate certainly is. That's why they designed and built their famous HitchMate cargo stabilizer bar. When you roll with the HitchMate cargo bar, your freight stays put while you putt-putt around town. And with countless HitchMate truck bed accessories reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you.
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Keep your loose freight from sliding around with the HitchMate Cargo Stabilizer Bar. Due to its heavy-duty ratcheting system, the HitchMate cargo bar is adjustable to mount anywhere in your truck bed. Padded feet protect your finish. 2 sizes. Lifetime Warranty.
Reach your destination with all your freight safely intact. The HitchMate StretchWeb Cargo Net spans over your entire payload and secures using adjustable hooks, creating a snug web to hold down everything from boxes and bags to tree trimmings. Multiple sizes. Lifetime Warranty.
Reach into your rig’s payload or up to your roof even when your tailgate’s down with the HitchMate TruckStep. Unlike traditional hitch steps, your HitchMate truck step slides out 23.5”—far enough to clear your open tailgate. Fits 2” receivers. 500 lbs capacity. Lifetime Warranty.
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HitchMate Truck Bed Accessories Reviews Check out this recent HitchMate Cargo Stabilizer Bar customer review: Heidi H from Lincoln, NE says "Ordering online, you can never be sure what you're getting, so I wasn't really sure what to expect. This stabilizer bar is SOLID! Honestly, I was kind of expecting something flimsy, only good enough to hold coolers etc in place- that's absolutely not the case here! This bar is heavy duty, and I would happily trust it to hold ATV's, big dirt piles, or heavy equipment in place if needed. It only took a couple of minutes to install,and once in, it isn't going anywhere! You have to be a little careful not to make it too tight or you could push the wall of the box out, but at least you know it's not going to slip!"