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  • Instead of making numerous gear-hauling trips from your car to beaches, lakes or ball fields, just unhitch the cart at your destination and wheel in your supplies in one go
  • Perfect for families, campers, beachcombers, tailgaters and sports fans, fishers, hunters and more
  • Easily slides and pins securely into the receiver hitch of most vehicles
  • Long, T-grip handle allows for easy pulling of the wagon, and tucks securely below when not in use
  • Max load is 250 lbs.
  • Add compatible accessories such as the cup holder or cargo net (both sold separately) to round out the features and functionality
  • The BIG KAT BUGGY Cargo Carrier is compatible with 2 in. hitch receivers

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Best Use Camping
Material(s) Unavailable
Dimensions 47 x 23 x 20 inches
Weight 48 pounds
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Expensive, but worth every penny. Very impressed. Hubby's bad shoulder means no backpacking for him, so we've packed all our cool backpacking toys into a big gear bag that fits perfectly into this wagon. We call it wagondraggin' instead of backpacking. It stays packed in the garage. When we're ready to roll, we pop it on the trailer hitch and go. At camp, we drag it from car to campsite and we're done. The wagon is very nicely made. The wheels are nice solid rubber, not inflatable tires, but not those horrid cheap plastic wheels I was afraid it would have. Many hitch-mounted wagons require removing the wheels while on the hitch. This one has a riser that attaches to your hitch to raise it higher off the ground. The wagon handle slides into a spot on the bottom out of the way when in trailer hitch mode. The trailer hitch retracts under the unit, out of the way when in wagon mode. It pulls well and tracks well under load. I'll admit $400 is a lot for a wagon, but if you need to pack a lot of gear and carry it away from your car, this is the best solution I've found. We did have a little trouble with the riser. On my Buick Enclave the riser touched the Enclave's body and would have rubbed a scar. We put it on a horizontal band saw and sliced off a little corner that didn't affect anything and it fits just fine now. It also rides just fine without the riser at all. It's a little more stable that way, but might bottom out on a steep driveway. I communicated with the manufacturer before trying these things and they approved, so I'm not compromising the product by the modifications. The assembly instructions say all you need is a screwdriver and a wrench. You will also need a small drill mount the side rails. The manufacturer was unaware that the instructions didn't match real life and said they would fix that in future models. On the other hand, the assembly hardware was separated and labeled into individual bags, so you didn't have to count and sort 10,000 assorted screws. I really appreciated that! I agonized over this purchase for weeks. It was far and away the best solution for my needs, but twice the price of a hitch-mounted game wagon. I searched and searched and found nothing as well-suited. I'm so glad I went ahead with the purchase. It's just what I needed, and the manufacturer is VERY responsive. Our first trip with it is next week, wish us luck!
Date published: 2017-07-15
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What are the tires me of?

Asked by: Linda13
I purchased this with some concern about the wheels. Yes, they are plastic, but they're not those horrid cheap plastic wheels you see sometimes. They're very sturdy and feel almost like they're solid. I'm very satisfied with them.
Answered by: Daxrunner
Date published: 2017-07-16

Can sand tires be adapted on wagon or axle changed

Asked by: JEFF
​Yes, adapting other tires can be accomplished. Please contact the vendor for greater details.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

What size hitch is required, 1 1/2" or 2"?

Asked by: Kenneth
​The BUGGY works with 2" hitch receivers.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-13

I need to know the INSIDE dimensions of this product - I'm putting a 40" * 20" hard-framed gear bag inside the cargo rails. The dimension in the specs doesn't indicate whether it's inside or outside dimensions.

Asked by: Daxrunner
The interior dimensions for the Big Kat Buggy is 41 inches long and 18.25 inches wide.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-03
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Expensive, but worth every penny. Very impressed. Hubby's bad shoulder means no backpacking for him, so we've packed all our cool backpacking toys into a big gear bag that fits perfectly into this wagon. We call it wagondraggin' instead of backpacking. It stays packed in the garage. When we're ready to roll, we pop it on the trailer hitch and go. At camp, we drag it from car to campsite and we're done. The wagon is very nicely made. The wheels are nice solid rubber, not inflatable tires, but not those horrid cheap plastic wheels I was afraid it would have. Many hitch-mounted wagons require removing the wheels while on the hitch. This one has a riser that attaches to your hitch to raise it higher off the ground. The wagon handle slides into a spot on the bottom out of the way when in trailer hitch mode. The trailer hitch retracts under the unit, out of the way when in wagon mode. It pulls well and tracks well under load. I'll admit $400 is a lot for a wagon, but if you need to pack a lot of gear and carry it away from your car, this is the best solution I've found. We did have a little trouble with the riser. On my Buick Enclave the riser touched the Enclave's body and would have rubbed a scar. We put it on a horizontal band saw and sliced off a little corner that didn't affect anything and it fits just fine now. It also rides just fine without the riser at all. It's a little more stable that way, but might bottom out on a steep driveway. I communicated with the manufacturer before trying these things and they approved, so I'm not compromising the product by the modifications. The assembly instructions say all you need is a screwdriver and a wrench. You will also need a small drill mount the side rails. The manufacturer was unaware that the instructions didn't match real life and said they would fix that in future models. On the other hand, the assembly hardware was separated and labeled into individual bags, so you didn't have to count and sort 10,000 assorted screws. I really appreciated that! I agonized over this purchase for weeks. It was far and away the best solution for my needs, but twice the price of a hitch-mounted game wagon. I searched and searched and found nothing as well-suited. I'm so glad I went ahead with the purchase. It's just what I needed, and the manufacturer is VERY responsive. Our first trip with it is next week, wish us luck!
Date published: 2017-07-15
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Questions & Answers

What are the tires me of?

Asked by: Linda13
I purchased this with some concern about the wheels. Yes, they are plastic, but they're not those horrid cheap plastic wheels you see sometimes. They're very sturdy and feel almost like they're solid. I'm very satisfied with them.
Answered by: Daxrunner
Date published: 2017-07-16

Can sand tires be adapted on wagon or axle changed

Asked by: JEFF
​Yes, adapting other tires can be accomplished. Please contact the vendor for greater details.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

What size hitch is required, 1 1/2" or 2"?

Asked by: Kenneth
​The BUGGY works with 2" hitch receivers.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-13

I need to know the INSIDE dimensions of this product - I'm putting a 40" * 20" hard-framed gear bag inside the cargo rails. The dimension in the specs doesn't indicate whether it's inside or outside dimensions.

Asked by: Daxrunner
The interior dimensions for the Big Kat Buggy is 41 inches long and 18.25 inches wide.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-03
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