I am considering buying a kayak cart this spring. I looked on ebay and see a few of this brand.
Boat Kayak Canoe Carrier Dolly Trailer Tote Trolley Transport Cart Wheel New
They are generally under $40 but I am not sure of the quality or if there are different models by the same manufacturer.
Any opinions and input are appreciated.
Kayak Kaboose Trailer
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Posted by: Peter-CA on Jan-22-14 8:30 PM (EST)
PVC kayak cart|
Posted by: bgizmo48 on Jan-22-14 9:10 PM (EST)
Posted by: spirit4earth on Jan-27-14 4:22 PM (EST)
I have a Suspenz DLX Airless Cart coming in this week. I'll post my thoughts once I have it assembled and give it a try. It looks really nice, and the people at Suspenz are very helpful.
Posted by: soflanut on Jan-29-14 7:41 PM (EST)
Posted by: johnheiam on Jan-29-14 9:02 PM (EST)
I own three carts - two I bought and one I made. The one I made works better than any of the commercial ones, but it is heavy. Here is my advice. If you are going to use it on pavement a cheap cart will work fine. If you are going to use it in sand, rocks, etc. then you need big quality wheels. By big I mean both tall and wide. I went to Ace Hardware and bought two large construction wheelbarrow wheels, and they work better than any other wheel I have tried. I think I would make the plastic cart shown in the link of the previous poster, but I would use the construction wheelbarrow wheels.
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Posted by: redmond on Jan-29-14 11:28 PM (EST)
a cart. Very well done!
tried lots of carts|
Posted by: trvlrerik on Jan-29-14 10:01 PM (EST)
And the best purchased cart is the CTug with the wide plastic wheels. My cart I use the most is a modified box 2 wheel dolly I got from Harbor Freight, cut off the plate and put foam on the frame. It works for the boats that I have.