ZX504 Innovative towball Mounted Tilting 4 Bike Cycle Carrier. The NEW series of platform style cycle carriers from Witter. The ZX504 platform style cycle carrier from Witter takes up to four cycles of any size. The carrier clamps to a UK towball using a unique clamp down action. ROLL-IT - Portable, the carrier can be easily moved around on built in wheels when not in use or when manoeuvring into position.
LOAD-IT - The carrier loads vertically onto the towball; this reduces back strain and makes the attachment incredibly simple with minimum effort. CLAMP-IT - Using a unique clamp down action it fastens to the towball with the same force automatically every time it is lowered into position. TILT-IT - The platform will tilt rearwards when in use to facilitate boot access with or without the cycles loaded.
USE-IT Simple and easy to use, minimum effort to install, designed specifically for one person attachment without continuous adjustments. FOLD-IT - The platforml folds up to reduce rearward clearance when not in use.
FLIP-IT - The lighting board can then be flipped down to display rearward. DRIVE-IT - The vehicle can be driven with the carrier attached in the fold up position. Maximum payload 60kg Maximum weight per cycle - 20kg Unladen weight - 23kg. Carriers normally deliver quicker if they can deliver to a recognised business address. Boxes are weighed before dispatch to make sure all bolts, straps etc are correctly included.
All prices are in GB pounds inc VAT. We do sell on a number of sites and our stock availability is automatically kept up to date by our suppliers so THE STOCK FIGURES MAY NOT BE CORRECT but we do average 99.2% in stock and boy do we try!We will contact you quickly if items are not available. The item "WITTER ZX504 TOWBALL MOUNTED TILTING 4 BIKE CYCLE CARRIER NEW FOR 2015" is in sale since Wednesday, May 11, 2016. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Accessories\Touring & Travel\Bike Racks". The seller is "petertowbars" and is located in Durham. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.