Malone Canoe and Kayak Cart
Airless “Never go flat” tires
I LOVE this light and portable cart. Yes I know that my kayak has a wheel in the keel, but I am thinking of those long hauls in a large parking lot to the waters edge. As of the writing of this post, I have not taken the boat or cart on it’s maiden voyage yet. Plus the many years of sitting and muscle wasting in front of a computer screen, I need time to rebuild my back, arm and leg muscles. I am no young thing anymore and I don’t want an injury, so pardon me for being a wimp for a while.
I am not yet ready to back this trailer down a boat ramp and submerge it and float the kayak in. I will unload and cart it to the waters edge for now.
When I opened the package, the cart frame parts were all together. I pulled out 4 things:
- the cart
- a baggie with 2 cotter pins
- 2 wheels
What!!?? That’s it??!! Wow super simple! No directions needed for this build. I simply placed the wheels on the axle, insert the pin on and folded over the ring and BAM! Done!
Have not used it officially yet. Will add more details as I use it more. I did use it in my living room to hike it up to put the gorilla tape on the bottom to reduce scratches in drag and front hull landing points.