Got a UTV? Then you need some cargo space! Everything about the PAKMULE Ridgeline was designed to add functional cargo space to your UTV! A narrower width, along with an extended shaft that rises 8″ for the additional ground clearance you need. Same rail height as our Original model, and featuring the same burly TIG welded quality as our other models. This 100% aluminum, wobble-free Ridgeline will haul your gear into the most remote arduous terrain you can find.
Designed to fit two 45 quart coolers side by side and still drop your UTV’s tailgate!
The PAKMULE Ridgeline also works on Jeeps and other vehicles looking for additional ground clearance and departure angles in extreme mountainous terrains.
It’s not just a hitch basket, it’s a PAKMULE.
FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS!
PAKMULE Ridgeline orders will ship the week of October 8th.
Tested on all newer model Polaris Ranger, Honda Pioneer, Kawasaki Mule and the CanAm for fit.
SUV lift gates still clear this basket for un-obstructed access to your cargo
Jeep swing gates WILL NOT open with this unit installed. We recommend accessing your gear from the cabin area.
|Round Pipe Construction||
Pipe construction makes securing your equipment simple, especially when used in conjunction with our MULEstraps. Also makes it easy to carry!
100% Aluminum Construction means no paint to chip and no rust to destroy… for a lifetime of low maintenance!
Threaded shaft and a stainless bolt prevents your basket from dancing while you’re driving. A lock is NOT INCLUDED with this model.
|Made in America||
Fully welded in the U.S.A. No bag of bolts for assembly. No child labor. Done right, because it matters.
Weight: 40 pounds
Because PAKMULE is HUGE, and ships fully assembled, it is classified as an oversized item. We ship using UPS freight, however if you are in Houston you can make arrangements to pick it up at will call. UPS freight is not as fast as ground, and there are some limitations to where they will deliver. If you live in a rural area and have any questions, please contact PAKMULE first.