The Suspenz Deluxe Airless Kayak Cart is a well-built kayak cart with airless wheels and a kickstand for easy loading. Durable rubber bumpers protect your kayak from dings, dents, and scratches and dual-arm kickstand provides extra stability while loading a kayak or canoe. The Suspenz Deluxe Airless Kayak Cart has quick release 10" tires and folds down to fit into the included mesh carry bag. it also boasts an impressive 150 lb capacity.
|Length:||27 in / 68.58 cm|
|Width:||13 in / 33.02 cm|
|Height:||17 in / 43.18 cm|
|Height:||3 in / 7.62 cm|
|Weight:||11 lb / 4.99 kg|
|Capacity:||150 lb / 68.04 kg|
|Material:||Powder coated aluminum|
love it - easy to set up and sturdy...and a bag to put it back into
Good quality construction, but no mention in the product description that it's not compatible with wide fishing kayaks that have a tri-hull design. The dip between the rubber pads isn't deep enough to allow clearance for the keel, and as a result the keel rests on the bare tube and the cart just slides out from under the kayak no matter where you try to position it. Even IF you manage to get it strapped down the cart won't stay put as the only point of contact is right in the center on the keel. The center dip in the tube would need to be significantly deeper and the whole cart about 6-8 inches wider to provide proper contact with the hull on my Wilderness Systems Ride 115X.
Works great!!!!!! Well built & easy to use & pack up. Excellent.
I have not yet found the perfect kayak cart. I like this one because it is easy to pull -- the cart bears the weight. My old LL Bean cart supported the back of the kayak which means the person pulling it is also lifting the weight of the kayak. However, this one is not as good in soft beach sand and twice the kayak has slipped out of the straps when the wheels encountered something that suddenly stops the wheels. In other words, the cart stops and, because of the narrowing of the boat towards the stern, the kayak comes loose and drops on the ground. This happens regardless of how securely you tighten the straps. Lastly the ends of the nylon straps quickly unraveled. I melted them to stop the unraveling but the protective piece under the buckle is no longer long enough to protect the surface of the boat.