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Native Watercraft Tag Along Wheel
$48.99
 
Native Watercraft Tag Along Wheel
$48.99
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ACK Review: I had the fortunate opportunity to test out the Native Tag Along Wheel on an unreleased 2011 Native Manta Ray, and lugging a 60+ lb. kayak half filled with water is now a lot easier with a wheel attached to the end of it. The wheel attaches to the stern of the boat, and fits permanently with a couple screws. The wheel is sturdy and very wide, allowing me to drag the kayak over flat surfaces.
Customer Rating: 4.0 of 5
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Customer Reviews

Reviewer:
Richard M.
Rating:
4
Date:
8/12/2015
Review:
When delivered the plastic bags containing the wheels were covered with dirty and parts were missing from one bag. It's really no big deal, but I expected better from ACK. We have deal with ACK numerous time and find their Customer Service Team to be Outstanding. It's like talking to a friend.
Reviewer:
Wilkie
Rating:
5
Date:
7/4/2013
Review:
The wheel makes handling the Slayer much easier. I can tow it without any help.
Reviewer:
erik n.
Rating:
3
Date:
4/15/2011
Review:
well bought new versa board in February n guess it was a 2010 model because the standard wheel was not part of the kayak so another 44 dollars added to the purchase, yay... anyhoo decent product, but its just a wheel n bracket so $44 i think is ridiculously expensive and if ur not on hard ground like pavement or firm land it actually just plows n drags in materials like sand in being from coastal florida thats the majority so being very expensive 4 such a little product its not worth the purchase, oh yeah also use silicone when threading the factory screws back n2 the yak, or expect loosening from vibrations from simple usage then expect water 2 intrude n2 yaks cavity. if it was under 20bucks mite be worth it but has made pulling it not all that useful unless in my driveway, oh in will also tailhook any obstacles like flotation lines that i must cross to enter n2 1 of my fav state parks when paddling, yeah im complaining but im being honest with this review...
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