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Gear Wagon
By Larry Edsall

Gear Wagon GearWagon multiplies what your SUV or truck can haul along

Sure, your sport utility vehicle has a lot of room behind its seats, but the GearWagon 125 provides nearly 125 cubic feet of cargo capacity just a few feet behind your rear bumper.

Let's Go Aero of Colorado Springs, Colorado, made its name with the original GearWagon AT, an 86-cubic-foot, egg-shaped cargo trailer, and also produces a variety of cargo and generator carriers, hitch racks and various accessories, including a Silent Hitch Pin designed to suppress vibration between a vehicle and whatever is plugged into its trailer hitch.

Among the company's newest products are the Little Giant, basically a full-size pickup truck box on wheels, and the GearWagon 125, which is 11 feet long, including the tongue that connects to your trailer hitch, weighs 480 pounds and is rated at 1000 pounds capacity. It rides on 13-inch rims wrapped by 24-inch all-terrain diameter tires.

The chassis is galvanized and powder coated, the wagon has a twin-wall base made of polyethylene composite and a hard tonneau top is plastic and locks in place with a stainless steel pin lock and key system.

The tailgate is load-bearing and can be removed to use the GearWagon 125 as "toy" hauler for ATVs. Not only can it carry an ATV, but it is light enough to be pulled by one, easing the retrieval of a trophy deer...

As many as six bicycles will stand up inside the wagon, which features Let's Go Aero's patented Hardpoint C-channel gear management system for securing what's inside. The system also accepts Nissan Titan and Frontier Utili-track bed channel accessories.

Let's Go Aero also has a line of accessories including a tent enclosure and a GearLodge sleeping platform that holds two people on a bed suspended over their gear.

The GearWagon retails for $1,795 without the top or $2,995 with the lid, excluding shipping. For information, call (877) 464-2376 or visit www.letsgoaero.com.

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