Built to last, the C-TUG Kayak Cart is made of non-corroding engineering polymers, with stainless steel reinforced axles, and tough puncture free rubber tires. Unlike any other cart in the paddle sport arena today the C-TUG continues to amaze sport enthusiast with its rugged appeal, incredible strength and satisfying good looks. This cart is designed for all terrains to get you paddling in places you never dreamed of. The C-TUG Kayak Cart requires no tools and assembles in seconds and also dismantles in seconds, allowing you to stow it in your canoe or kayak hatch to take to your next destination.
|Weight:||10 lb / 4.54 kg|
|Capacity:||300 lb / 136.08 kg|
The key to using the C-Tug is to watch the videos, how to put it together and how to use the straps. I put my Jackson Big Tuna on the C-Tug and it hauls the 14ft, 90-110lb kayak with no problem. I've pulled it through grass, dirt, wet and dry sand, even into the water to launch. A must have accessory for any kayak angler or someone going out solo.
Austin Kayak customer service is as always...top notch. This cart is robust and I feel will hold up well. It tracks easily and I have tested it out by jumping it over curbs....rocks and so on. The instructions for how to strap to the kayak have been upgraded on a video....one needs to watch the video or you will not be able to tighten the straps enough to keep kayak on the cart. While this cart will probably work out OK for me it does not really fit the hull of the new Big Game Prowler II. I had a friend who offered to let me try his C- Tug cart to make sure it fit. I wish I had tried it first. This is a good cart but one does need to make sure it fits the hull of the kayak you own.
i have used this several times. have not had any problems with it.. i put it on while the slayer 10 propel is in the water and then pull it out with out any trouble.. i am really glad i got it.. would recommend this to any body looking for a cart.. it breaks down and goes together quickly.. you do need to watch the videos on how to put the straps together, after that it is really easy to use. and it is very secured, yak does not shift around..
the slayer propel 10 was a little to wide for me to grab across the top to carry. and carrying it side ways was awkward.. I watch a lot of the vids on the ACK web site, you tube links and choose this as my carrier. it works great. over tree ruts , bumpy ground.. the kayak did not come loose at all.. I did have to watch the instruction vid on how to put the strap system together,, not hard , but it would have taken a lot longer to figure it out, and then it may not have preformed as well.. the last segment of the video made all the difference.. easy to put together and it stores in the hull.. nice , very nice.. thank you ACK for your links and videos that you have on the products that you carry.. now off to the fish finder section .. I have spent many ,many hours on your site putting my shopping list together , along with the ideas that I have gotten from your site, and the reviews..