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Topic: WTT big wheelez for through scupper hole wheelez  (Read 1186 times)

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SirFishAlot

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I have a slightly used bigger wheeled I wanna trade for hobie through scupper wheelez.

Worked great for T15 but since not loading as much gear on new hobie wanna go other route.Also can leave on back while fishing

What I'm looking for


What I have



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I will end up selling in near future if no trades.

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« Last Edit: August 21, 2015, 09:21:31 AM by SirFishAlot »
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are you sure you want to trade down.......you have what you need already....you just NEED to LEARN how to use them properly.
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are you sure you want to trade down.......you have what you need already....you just NEED to LEARN how to use them properly.

Down grade? Going to try out new yak tomorrow see how it works out. I thought wheels were same size on both  :smt009
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Nope, the scupper wheeleez are smaller. You can carry the large wheeled on the back, just strap em in the rear well. The wheels sit outside the width of the hull. It ain't that bad
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Keep the Wheeleez.  I own 2 Hobies.
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the pic you posted is for the smaller wheels

you want the trax2-30

anyways they're a PIA without two people putting on the hobie wheels




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I've been using the smaller Hobie trax sand wheel cart for two years & it works just fine. I guess if you are consistently pulling your cart thru long stretches of deep sand the bigger wheeleze wheels would definitely be the ticket though. I have a home made scupper cart with the big wheels but haven't used it since I bought the smaller wheeled cart. The regular big wheel Wheeleze cart is definitely the ticket for non Hobie kayaks though.


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I wouldn't say its necessarily a downgrade if those are the 30cm beach wheels.
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Keep the Wheeleez.  I own 2 Hobies.
and he knows two friends w/Hobies....and he knows two more friends.....and so on...and so on.

I have a ocean kayak......i dont know a thing.  :smt004
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Nope, the scupper wheeleez are smaller. You can carry the large wheeled on the back, just strap em in the rear well. The wheels sit outside the width of the hull. It ain't that bad

I have the large wheel scupper wheelez! so they do exist!!!


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Keep the Wheeleez.  I own 2 Hobies.
and he knows two friends w/Hobies....and he knows two more friends.....and so on...and so on.

I have a ocean kayak......i dont know a thing.  :smt004
i wish i had two friends  :smt010


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the pic you posted is for the smaller wheels

you want the trax2-30

anyways they're a PIA without two people putting on the hobie wheels



I have three different type of wheels and these 2-30 tracks are the best in soft sand.

As for putting them on it is hard if you pick up the kayak and try to set wheel posts in holes.  I just tip the kayak on its side and stick them in and then pull it upright.  Easy to do by myself. 
« Last Edit: August 21, 2015, 02:25:34 PM by DG »
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anyways they're a PIA without two people putting on the hobie wheels



Exactly, I've seen many suffer this way.  :smt021
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I used my set 1x before parting with them.


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tipping your kayak on its side is hard to do when it's loaded with gear&fish. Unloading your kayak, just to put some wheels on it, sounds like more work than nessesary. I have seen ALL the Hobie OG's use the cart you have. I dont know how to do it, but none of them use the scupper cart(except Alshobie and Salty)......but i dont know anything, I HAVE AN OCEAN KAYAK.  :smt002

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