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  No argument
  Posted by: RockyRaab on Aug-31-13 7:16 PM (EST)
 

No argument about the Hobie Drive being not the best for all conditions. But when it's not, they all come with paddles.

As for getting it up atop my Durango, it's a piece of cake. Lift bow and place on the two rollers I have installed, then lift stern and push. Done. I'd post pictures if it were possible.

Oh, I don't peddle Hobies, but I do pedal them.

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