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The Hobie kayak cart fits most of your hobie vessels perfectly for ease of movement.
These wheels work fine. On
sand or soft soil it gets much
more difficult to pull, but it is
still doable. I've had them for
about 3 weeks and the locking
pin came out of its plastic
housing. I shoved it back in
and I haven't had any more
This is really something you must
have. I can handle the kayke all
by myself with this. I am 11.
This cart is great for moving
your kayak from place to
place. I have to load my kayak
at the edge of a lake.
Sometimes if the shoreline is
busy I can't get my truck in
close to the water to load or
unload. The cart makes it easy
to bridge that gap. I would ask
the reps at ACK though about
the fit. I got this cart to go with
my Hobie Mirage Revolution
13. It is not a perfect fit. I am
using it anyway because I use
it for very short periods of
time. One of the other more
expensive carts may fit the
scrupper holes better for that
A must have for a heavy kayak. I use
mine for a PA14. The tacked welds
are not great and it eventually broke.
But, I brought it to a local welder who
used an aluminum wire gun to finish
out the weld for $20. More solid than
before. Keep that in mind if yours
ever breaks. For all that Hobie puts in
to their kayaks they should put more
thought into a solid cart with proper
Had no idea what I was missing
before purchasing this cart.
almost used to dragging my 13
foot Revolution around. This
has made life a breeze!
works well so far
This is great. A lot easier
than the ones with the straps.
They worked really well the
one time we have used them so
far. They are lightweight and
easy to install. Great to have
when the water is some
distance from your parked
The Hobie Plug In Kayak Cart
works very well for most of my
kayak portaging needs--mostly
hard surfaces. The retainer
pin keeps the cart secure and
the pads and stops are
designed to evenly distribute
the load as the cart contacts
the hull. If I used the cart
at the beach, I would opt for
the Trax 2 but I fish lakes in
I use this cart with an Ocean
kayak Zest 2. It
fits just right in the holes in
front of the back
seat. The wheels are very light
and don't float
so it is easier to slide under the
boat in the
water than the cart with bigger
tires. But the
narrow tires don't work at all on
sand or gravel
so I only used it on pavement and
It's really handy and light so is
easy to use.
But, it is not very durable. It
is made of light
weight steel tubes that are inset
into each other
and then tack welded. On the 39th
usage the welds
started coming apart. Now on it's
70 or so usage
all the welds are seperated and
disengage from each other unless I
tie the pieces
together with cord.
Also the keeper pin on top has
several times and is a hassle to
put back together
with the bungie cord hidden inside
the tube and
only attached with simple
compression between the
pin and the plastic cap.
The tube is chrome plated so I
don't know if it
can be rewelded.
I wouldn't buy another one as I
could make one
myself cheaper and better...
Works well with Hobie kayak's,
makes moving them around a
This is not a bad cart but it
is limited due to the narrow
wheels and the loaded weight
of many of the Hobie models.
If you are traveling over a
hard surface it is fine but
any soft or rough surface make
it very difficult to pull.
Spend the extra money and get
the Trax 2 if you go off road