Author Topic: Rear cargo deck install  (Read 1459 times)


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Rear cargo deck install
« on: July 04, 2019, 10:00:47 PM »
I installed a rear cargo deck on our quicksilver 10.0 today. Itís a Curt 18100 Aluminum Cargo deck I ordered on amazon.  I assembled it without the 2Ē folding receiver tubes so it would sit flat on my bumper. Without the receiver tube, I used a couple pieces of 1/2Ē conduit as spacers when attaching the support brackets. To attach it, I removed the 2 support-pole brackets from the camper. I drilled matching holes in the rack and then reinstalled the brackets through the side of the rack, bolting it firmly to the frame. I also bolted the rack to the bumper.  I removed these  taillights and drilled the bolt hole right above the electrical access so I could install the washer and nut on the bolt.

Everything seems very sturdy. I think Iíll install a couple of fork mount blocks on the base of the cargo rack so I can transport bikes. If I do, Iíll post some more pictures.

I know someone has done this before but I canít  find the post where I stole this idea. My apologies for not giving credit where credit is due!


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Re: Rear cargo deck install
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2019, 02:37:53 AM »
And are you moving the lights? Seems they'd be obscured now by this unit. Is that not the case? Thanks!
« Last Edit: July 13, 2019, 08:48:19 PM by Kenoraman »