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Topic: Paddlelogic Trailtrekker kayak cart for c-135  (Read 562 times)

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funpilot

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Any one look at this cart for the C-135. 

http://paddlelogic.com/trailtreker-kayak-carts.html

One model can expand from 30 inches to 40 inches, but not sure we would need to ever get that wide.

Here is the video





If you do not like these, what would you recommend?
« Last Edit: June 06, 2016, 02:27:41 PM by funpilot »
Eddyline C-135 on its way (Yellow top/Grey Bottom), now named the "YukAttack."


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Paddleboy, if you read this before the demo tomorrow, could you ask the Eddyline folks what they think/recommend?
Eddyline C-135 on its way (Yellow top/Grey Bottom), now named the "YukAttack."


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looks like it would last for a few trips,,,, then off to Wheeleze for a real cart.  :smt002
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looks like it would last for a few trips,,,, then off to Wheeleze for a real cart.  :smt002

Those do look nice....
Eddyline C-135 on its way (Yellow top/Grey Bottom), now named the "YukAttack."


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It's very good idea of a cart.. It stays put push and pulling.. I kinda made a version of it with harbor freight wheels for my hobie 16 and worked awesome..
 Now I'm almost done with a wheeleez version(took awhile to find a pair of the 30cm on Craigslist for great price but I did after long patience waiting).
Making it with a hollow 32 inch x 1 inch aluminum bar some pvcs to hold the butt of the yak and some heater hose.


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I refer the cart that locates at near the middle not the rear end.


 

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