|Hitch Receiver Size (in.)||2 in||Product Height (in.)||10.50 in|
|Product Length (in.)||33.5 in||Product Width (in.)||28.00 in|
|Automotive Part Type||Cargo Carrier||Capacity||500 lbs.|
|Features||Rust Resistant||Finish||Carbide Black Powder Coat|
|General Part Type||Cargo Carrier||Included Parts||Installation Hardware|
|Product Weight (lb.)||70 lb||Receiver Tube Size||2.000 in.|
|Returnable||90-Day||Weight Capacity (lb.)||500 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||One Year Limited|
A: Sorry, I have no idea. It's a standard auto box trailer tongue so it will depend on the size of the ATX tongue. You may also want to consider how it moves the centre of gravity towards the rear which will affect your steering on an atv because they are by nature a lot lighter int he front than a car.
A: This alone is heavy. It may weigh to much for an ATV
A: If your hitch matches, I guess. Check the dimensions, and it doesn't seem like it is designed to handle bottoming out. It's a nice little trailer, though
A: I believe that this would be to wide for your ATV. I’m sure there is one made for an ATV but I would not use this one!
A: I don't know for sure, but I would think it is too bulky and heavy. It bounces a bit.
A: I suppose, as long as you have the 2" hitch. It's heavy, and once loaded with stuff, could have the potential of flipping the front end of the ATV up in the air.
A: This is a combo that is offered by Home Depot. Please reach out to Home Depot's Customer Service Dept.
A: 2.125-2.2 inches