I have been trying to contact Sportsrig for a couple of weeks and have been unable to do so. Their voicemail boxes are full, their website is 'down for maintenance/inventory' and I get no response from my emails.
Does anyone know if they have gone out of business?
Full Size Sail Rig
Classic Freestanding Rack
Hardshell Kayak Sail Rigs
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
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From their web site...|
Posted by: holmes375 on Dec-10-12 9:30 PM (EST)
"Our Online Store is Temporarily Closed for Annual Inventory
I think that's code for...|
Posted by: bnystrom on Dec-11-12 7:13 AM (EST)
..."We made a great product that was too expensive and didn't sell, so we've gone belly-up."
Posted by: pikabike on Dec-12-12 7:44 PM (EST)
Your profile says you're in FL. I've talked to a couple of people who said their Sports Rig trailers rusted very soon after buying them new. Something to consider since you're near salt water.
Posted by: ts99237 on Dec-13-12 4:13 PM (EST)
It's true, I've had some major welding done on my rig, some of it due to rust.
Pull one of your wheels off....|
Posted by: holmes375 on Dec-13-12 7:12 PM (EST)
and go visit some motorcycle supply houses. You might also look into the on-line supply houses. The aftermarket M/C industry is alive and well and I'll bet you can find a better wheel in a much shorter time frame.
Posted by: guideboatguy on Dec-13-12 7:20 PM (EST)
I had been thinking of an even cheaper route - motorcycle salvage yards, but that throws in the possible complication of finding two wheels (or three if you want to upgrade your spare) that are the same. Also, I suspect motorcycle salvage yards are a little harder to find, since I've never seen one.