Perception Kayaks Large Kayak Cart with Foam Wheels - for use on sand/pavement, Black
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- Easily transport your kayak
- Flat-free tires are foam filled with all-terrain tread
- Compact folding design makes for convenient storage
- Green anodized coating on aluminum frame is strong and corrosion resistant. Green anodized Coating on aluminum frame is strong and corrosion resistant
- Weight capacity of 165 lbs. (75 kg) - can be used for kayaks or canoes
- Sport type: Kayaking
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Easily transport your kayak with this quality boat carrier. Features a compact folding design that makes the cart easy to stow on your boat or in your garage. Weight capacity of 165 lbs. (75 kg) - this cart can be used for kayaks or canoes.
- Product Dimensions : 6.25 x 27 x 15 inches; 7 Pounds
- Item model number : 8080012
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : February 15, 2018
- Manufacturer : Confluence Accessories
- ASIN : B079VD7942
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#254,952 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #31 in Kayak Carts
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Cons: Doesn’t fit Perception hull well (slips off), NOT for soft sand, collapses over curbs
I tried multiple hull locations/orientations/strap configurations: bottom line- poorly engineered for same make hull- slipped off ½ dozen times from my beachfront yard to the shore, including every time I traversed a curb or hit a soft patch of deep sand! Recommend makers go back to the drawing board.
4/28/20 update: I pitched the cheap strap that came with the cart (Perception makes a nicer strap- for the $ it should be included) and used a Thule strap that I already had. Having a manufacturer video on how to mount the kayak on the cart would save a lot of time and effort (like which is the forward facing cart orientation- I saw 2 manufacturer fluff videos that had opposite direction mounts). What I learned from trial and error and internet search: 1) all straps will slip when used over the deck (as recommended)- no matter how tight you cinch them- when you cross a curb high enough (unless you are super careful) or get bogged down in soft sand or gravel with this cart; 2) straps slip a lot less and the cart maintains better alignment in these situations if you position the cart as close to mid-hull as possible and thread THROUGH SCUPPER HOLES, positioning the cart directly under them! Tight lines!
5/1/20: I would like to take back 1 more star! The more I use this piece of junk the less I like it: the tires bog down in any soft surface- loose gravel or soft sand. I actually found that dragging the hull across soft sand is easier than pulling the crappy tires across it😡 Bottom line: I’m ordering some balloon tires to retrofit since I can’t return this piece of junk- now the price will total what I should have initially spent on a better cart designed for soft sand (Malone, etc.).