The rugged, yet lightweight ATV cart is a single axle pull-cart with a weather tight storage space. The Bosski built piece of equipment is perfect for long weeks at the cabin or hunting excursions.
These durable ATV wagons built by Bosski are designed to haul cargo along the unbeaten paths that four wheelers and side-by-sides are accustomed to. The aluminum construction makes the wagon much lighter than its steel counterpart. A welded body and hinged lid keeps the inside contents dry and clean. A hydraulic gas shock holds the lid up while grabbing contents from the storage area while dual locking latches keep an air tight seal. An outer cargo rack around the top of the lid creates more storage space when the inside of the trailer isn't enough. When used with a cargo net or bungees, the cargo rack will hold contents even when riding on the steepest possible landscapes. ATV wagons are not only used to carry hunting, fishing and camping gear, but it is also doubles as an ice chest. When beverages or raw food need to stay cool, the tow trailer can be filled with ice and freezer food. A plug is featured near the bottom of the aluminum trailer and drains out any excess water build-up.
A steel 2" x 2" frame is powder coated to extend the life of the under-body. The heavy duty axle features tapered roller bearings that allow the trailer to travel as fast as an ATV or UTV is capable of. Independent suspension, 25" flotation tires, and an 11" clearance allow the cart to roll through puddles, washed out craters, and over jagged boulders. The bottom frame contains "D"-rings for additional tie-down access. For driving around at night or dusk, a brake light has been added for safety and visibility. The brakes from the quad or side-by-side are wired to the trailer and provide front axle brakes to the trailer itself. This is very helpful when traveling downhill or with a heavy rear load. The appropriate wiring comes with an initial purchase of all Bosski trailers that adds power to the trailer brakes and lights. A bolted-on gas can holder sits at the front of the wagon, just above the tongue so extra fuel can be carried. The gas can itself is not included. For best results, the wagons from Bosski should be pulled with an ATV or UTV with 500cc engines or greater. Check out our other great ATV trailers.