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Car Carrier C - Dual Rolling Walker Carrier
Car Carrier C - Dual Rolling Walker Carrier
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Car Carrier Rack for Two Rollators

Need a better way to take two Walker-Rollators with you? Try the Steady Rollator Couple's Carrier Rack. 

Feature Highlights:
•  Holds Two Standard front-folding Walker Rollators 
•  Rack fits into the car hitch receiver of any vehicle
•  Lightweight, durable, easily installed (See Video)
•  Fits virtually any front-folding walker-rollator 
•  Allows a safer body posture while loading
•  Car carrier rack allows Fully Visible Tailights
•  Hitch-Mount -- full trunk access when not in use
•  Keeps Your Rollators Safe and Secure  

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Manufacturer Steady Rollator
Dimensions Adjusts from 19-26"
Weight 25 lbs.
Receiver Size 1¼" Hitch (2-inch Receiver requires adapter
Compatible Rollators Most Front-to-Back Fold 4-Wheel Rollators
Features Benefits
Easy To Install Fits into the hitch receiver of any car, van or truck
Lightweight & Durable Keeps your Rollators Safe and Secure
Convenient for Travel Access to your truck or hatchback area
Rollator Brands that fit include: Drive, Guardian, Hugo, Invacare, Lumex, Medline, Nova
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