Transporting a sit-on-top boat can be quite challenging due to the large width and often the heavier weight associated with this style of paddle craft. Sea to Summit set out to create a unique sit-on-top cart that was universal in application and robust enough to cater for the large range of boats that fit within this category. The patent-pending design features tapered cones that fit snugly into a broad range of scupper hole sizes while also reducing side-to-side movement of your cart during towing. Furthermore, a variable width axle design with a heavy duty quick release clamp will fit most recreational sit-on-tops. This cart can be used with or without the included tie down.
|Length:||10 in / 25.4 cm|
|Width:||24 in / 60.96 cm|
|Height:||21 in / 53.34 cm|
|Weight:||7.38 lb / 3.35 kg|
|Capacity:||155 lb / 70.31 kg|
You will be hard pressed to find a better sit on top cart. The cone shape of the forks hold the kayak securely, eliminating the need to strap. Buy this cart, you will not be disappointed.
I love that this product can be fitted to different kayaks and that it can be taken apart and stored in the front bow storage of my feelfree kayak!!! It does however tend to bind up and twist when trying to make a turn or change direction with the kayak and I have tried to tighten it down to fix the issue and even tried make wider turns with it but it still gets twisted. I would still recommend this product for the yaker that has to transport a kayak any distance over land because while moving in one direction this is an AWESOME PRODUCT!!! They just need to find a solution to the twisting while turning or changing direction
Works very well, very easy to adjust and use. Makes moving our yaks a lot less of a hassle, when the launchpoint is a good distance away. I use this with two Tarpon 120s, stacked together. Highly recommended!
Zero stars for the Sea to Summit Sit On Top Kayak Scupper Cart due to poor manufacturing tolerances for wheel hub width and design of linch pin. One of two wheel hubs was 1/16 inch wider than the other.The linch pin (also called round locking cotter pin) when inserted through the shaft to hold the wheel onto the shaft bound against the wheel hub and wheel ribs preventing the wheel from turning. I swapped wheels & linch pins on each end but same problem. The pivot style linch pin, while suitable for some applications, was not the right fit for this design; the pivot head of the pin is too large and rubbed against the wheel hub and wheel ribs. Small tolerances may not seem important to some manufacturers (made in China) but at least verify free running fit before marketing products then perform QC in factory to ensure dimensions are within manufacturing tolerances. I searched for alternate manufacturer linch pins with smaller pivot heads or alternate configurations but no luck. I swapped both linch pins for 10-24 x 2" machine screws and double nut'd each screw (a flush head clinch pin & nut would also work); however, this defeats the easy break down portability of the cart. Still looking for quick disconnect hardware that allows easy breakdown.