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Four Different Garbage Hook Mounting Styles
How does it all work?
Garbage can hauling hooks are specially designed and act as a retaining device that holds the handle in place during transportation. The hook and swiveling top rail are key in making a smooth trouble-free way to get trash down a winding driveway. The design has two patents and one design patent. It comes in four different mounting methods, receiver-style, ball mounted, bolt mounted, and bumper mounted.
The normal suggested range of 14” to a max of 21” in total height off the ground. With a 96 gallon tote, the cans should be tilted at a 30-degree angle to allow enough of the weight to be distributed to the handle. We base this off a 96 gal tote that is approx. 42” from the ground to the handle. If the angle is too tall the can will want to tilt upright again when towing.