Heavy Duty Kayak Cart 13" Beach Wheels

Wilderness Systems

$316.99
Heavy Duty Kayak Cart 13" Beach Wheels

Heavy Duty Kayak Cart 13" Beach Wheels

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UPC:
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Description

Transport your Wilderness Systems kayak with strength and ease on the Heavy Duty Kayak. Designed with Large 13” diameter beach wheels which easily roll over sand. 

Features: 

  • Supports kayaks up to 450 lbs
  • Bunker bar frame
  • Adjustable width
  • Two adjustable height options
  • No scupper posts to prevent boat damage
  • Two included security straps
  • Easy to load and unload the kayak
  • Collapsible & storable within Oval Orbix hatches
  • Constructed of marine-grade, high-strength, heat-treated aluminum alloy for superior strength

Wilderness Systems #8070167

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  • 5
    Rolls over roots and rocks!

    Posted by Big Soo on 2021 May 27th

    We launch 17' kayaks from a very rocky/small boulder beach after navigating a bush trail. The big balloon tires roll over roots easily. When we get to beach we can navigate the jumble of large rocks without the cart tipping over. Bought a cheap bicycle pump to inflate tires if needed. Straps are very loooong but give you lots of length to wrap around the hull and cart twice.

  • 4
    Rolls over big rocks

    Posted by Ian on 2020 Aug 23rd

    Easily rolled (2) 17.5' slightly loaded 70 lbs sea kayaks over some pretty gnarly rocks on Lake Superior shoreline. Check the wing nuts for tightness frequently to be sure. Going to get a low pressure tire gauge so as not to over/under inflate tires. It tracks wide and is very stable. Will take a few more trips to figure out best way to strap it down. 6' straps give you lots of options.

  • 5
    heavy duty kayak cart 13" beach wheels

    Posted by Ontario resident on 2019 Aug 7th

    exellent product both on hard suface and sandy beach. It requires three times less energy to pull on sand than kayak carts sold at MEC