Today’s hunters are learning that getting to the hunting area as silently as possible increases the odds of success tremendously. The Power-Pak Treestand Rack is designed to transport a treestand on an ATV in total silence. The Power-Pak cradles the treestand in cushioned, camo covered holding arms in a way that no part of the treestand touches metal. The Power-Pak is designed to accommodate large or small treestands equally well.
Loading and unloading the treestand can be done in seconds! The last thing a hunter on the way to or from a hunt wants is to waste 15 minutes of precious hunting time dealing with complicated gadgets. The treestand and all of its components can be set into the cushioned holding arms and secured instantly. The Power-Pak’s two holding straps keep the stand quietly in place even over the roughest terrain.
The Power-Pak is framed in aircraft aluminum and weighs only 4 lbs. It is designed to fit all popular brands of ATV’s and off-road vehicles that include a rear cargo rack. The Power-Pak installs quickly on any ATV with ordinary hand tools.
- Constructed of Aircraft Aluminum Frame
- Weight: 4lbs.
- Accommodates large or small treestands.
- Contains 2 Holding Straps
- Fits:All-Terrain Vehicles - Honda Rubicon, Honda Rancher, Honda Foreman, Suzuki KingQuad, Kawasaki Brute Force, Yamaha Big Bear.
- 1 – Treestand Rack
- 2 - Mounting Channels (Attached to Rack)
- 4 – Pieces of Tubular Foam
- 4 – Camo Covers for Foam
- 12 – Washers
- 8 – 1/4” Locknuts
- 4 – 1/4” X 2 1/2” Bolts
- 2 – U-Bolts
- 2 – Long Mounting Plates
- 2 – Short Mounting Plates
- 2 – Securing Straps
- 4 – Nylon Spacers
***This item will not fit on any ATV that does not have a metal rear rack (not basket) to attach to.
SKU 147620006 Model 558 Weight 17.0000 Color No size No Width No In Store Only No Price $74.00
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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