We're getting nothing but rain. Snow-melting, money-stealing rain.
The cargo carrier goes into the receiver.
I picked it up when I first started mowing some lawns, as a mower won't fit in the truck with the cap on it.(without folding the handle)
Unfortunately, the "normal" cargo carriers were about 1" too narrow for a mower to fit on, so I started looking around and found this thing. It's actually "Mobility Wheelchair/Scooter Carrier" from Harbor Freight.
I saw it on sale for about $179 and used a 20% off coupon on top of that. Although it was somewhat of a pain to assemble, it is built pretty well considering the price. (look around online for something this size - you'll see)
I assembled it with the ramp on the driver's side so I could unload into the street, as opposed to the way it was designed to unload onto a sidewalk on the passenger side. There's some "play" when it's inserted in the receiver and it rocks side to side a bit, but not enough to cause any "issues".
I added a piece of plywood for a "floor", and used a hole saw to bore places I could run rope, or bungee cords through to secure the load. I also replaced the bolts/hinges for the ramp with hitch pins so I could pop the ramp off quickly. It's too bulky to take on and off with the ramp attached, but otherwise, it's quite light.
It's rated for 500 lbs. I guess I should weigh the snowthrower, because I can fit it and three 50 lb. bags of of salt on there, but I don't know what that adds up to.