Haul more cargo than most SUVs can carry behind cars big and small with the GearWagon AT cargo trailer from Let's Go Aero. This cargo trailer provides 86 cu ft of storage, but weighs only 275 lbs, letting the small cargo trailer be towed behind nearly any car. The trailer is enclosed, with an aerodynamic clamshell-style lid that opens up at waist-level for easy loading.
The GearWagon AT small cargo trailer lets you transport camping gear, sports equipment, luggage, bicycles, and more in a cargo area with more room than the average SUV. Despite the trailer's small exterior dimensions, the interior has 86 cu ft of storage space and carries a whopping 700 lbs of cargo. Owning a truck isn't a necessity to pull the GearWagon AT cargo trailer however, as these lightweight trailers weigh only 275 lbs empty and have an aerodynamic shape, making them easy to pull behind even compact cars.
The clamshell lid of the cargo trailer opens at waist level by undoing corrosion-proof elastomer draw latches and two stainless steel pin locks. Inside the spacious interior, the enclosed cargo trailer features dual C-channel tracks in the floor, letting you add tie down hooks or accessories to further secure cargo. Let's Go Aero's optional bike mounting hardware (sold separately) also mounts to these C-channel tracks.
Exterior and Running Gear
This cargo trailer from Let's Go Aero has a grey, fiberglass base with a white, ABS plastic lid, both of which are paintable. At the rear, a full LED lighting system provides Stop, Turn, and Taillight functionality. Large 13" wheels help keep the trailer stable over bumps, and are connected to a torsion axle suspension system to help smooth out the ride.
Lightweight enclosed cargo trailer with clamshell lid
Have owned one of these for nearly ten years now and love it! So convenient and easy to use. Have used it many, many times for hunting, camping, travel, moving, etc. On road, and or off road it performs beautifully! Easy to load, easy to tow, and very low maintenance. Typical maintenance is repacking the bearings once a year, and wash it and wax it at the end of each summer. Other than that have changed the tires once, maybe twice? Hook it up, and within ten minutes you will forget you are even towing it - becareful, that can be a curse just as well as a blessing! lol Have had many, many, many offers to buy it from me by numerous other people, but I would never give this trailer up - absolutely love it!