Kolpin Gear Lock and Load System

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    Kolpin Gear Lock and Load System

    The patent pending Gear Lock & Load System is a quick interchange system that provides complete accessory customization of your ATV or UTV. Attach - Detach - and Change out activity-specific gear in seconds without the need for tools! The Gear Lock & Load system truly makes switching out your gear a snap. The innovative Gear Lock & Load System includes a stationary base plate that mounts directly to your ATV rack or to your UTV via the Kolpin Utility Gear Rail System.

    Attach your Kolpin accessories to the included mounting plate bracket which slides into the base in seconds. Easily and quickly switch out your gear by sliding the mounting plate into the base plate - no need for tools or wasted time!

    • Accommodates Kolpin bracket accessories: Gear Grips, Gun Grips II, UTV Gear Transport, Fuel & Water Packs, Gun Boot IV, 5.0 and 6.0, and Gun Boot Loop and One-Piece Brackets
    • Compatible with the Utility Gear Rail System - quickly switch out gear on your UTV using the same method as your ATV. Allows you to easily switch your accessories from your ATV to your UTV and vice versa
    • Constructed of durable glass-infused nylon and includes all mounting hardware
    • Item # 10838
    • SKU #192703
    • Mfr. Part # 23-1700

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    It is quick to change out and you can get them mounted, then change from fishing to hunting then to farm tools. It is a quick change system that works, it would be better though if the rack could do it on its own.

    John Dale - May 21, 2009

    (Pearcy, AR)
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