Ascend™ Sit On Top Kayak Cart
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- Easy-to-use cart specially designed for sit on top kayaks
- Adjustable-width, heavy-duty steel frame - fits a variety of models
- Intelligent, twin post design fits in kayak's scupper holes for secure hauling
- 10'' inflatable wheels for easy rolling
Make the trip from your vehicle to or from the water with your sit on top kayak easier with the Sit On Top Kayak Cart from Ascend. Made of steel, this cart features a heavy-duty frame with an adjustable-width, twin post design that fits into the scupper holes of your sit on top for secure hauling. Designed to fit a variety of models, the cart also features 10'' inflatable tires with a rugged tread to keep rolling along easily. The Sit On Top Kayak Cart sets up and breaks down quickly and easily for hassle-free transport and storage. Weight: 4 lbs. Dimensions: 21'' x 27.5'' x 11''. Maximum weight capacity: 175 lbs.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9
Rated 3 out of 5 by MrEd51165 Works good on hard surfaces
However on Sand, it does not roll, it drags and the tires kept coming off
April 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by weaponsloader very helpful
I got this because my 128 is heavy. It works great, I can even drag my fully loaded kayak up hill. Only problem isyou have to turn the kayak sideways in order to put the post thru the scudder holes.
March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by fly01fisher Exactly what what was needed
Bought this to transport a Future Beach Angler 160 kayak over a 1/4 mile trail to an inland lake. Easy assembly and sturdily built. Vertical posts for scuppers are 13/16" diameter and can be easily adjusted for scupper spacing width from 9 1/4" to 14" on center. Decent tires. Great value.
July 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bladezx2 Required a little Redesign
Bought this cart to pull my Jackson Big Tuna. Out of the box, it would not fit the Big Tuna's scupper holes. The kayak cart was too wide, so I took the cart apart and pulled the plastic clamp off the top (shortest) bar and pulled out my handy hacksaw. I sawed 2" off the outside sleeve as well as the inner piece of steel and reassembled it, now it fits like a glove.
I gave it four starts because I had to make some slight modifications to make it fit my kayak.
July 18, 2013
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