The easy way to transport your kayak short distances, such as from the car to the water. Features lightweight aluminum construction and air-filled tires with rugged tread to handle any terrain from sand to rocks. Sets up/breaks down quickly.
Rated 1 out of 5 by woodbuster no good for sand
bought a new yack and the cart , yack works great but the cart did not roll in loose sand, tires are way too small
it was easer to drag my yack than use the cart.
so i made my own cart and put larger tires on it .works great now.
August 14, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by kidrock ok
after i bought my ascend kayak, i used my bass points on this cart,first time i went out my kayak fell off the cart, 2nd time same thing off the cart it went,was about to return it when a friend said "get rid of the straps" that came with it, i now use ratchet tie downs to secure my kayak on the cart, now its ok to use and helpful
August 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by peewee420 cart
it does its job but does not work on sand but for the price cannot go wrong
July 29, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tailwalker527 Pretty Good Cart for the $$
I purchased this cart after doing some research and found that the basic design is for the most part duplicated among several manufacturers. The difference being the price. Most of the others were $89 and up but basically appeared to perform the same function. This unit appears structurally sound even though it is very light in weight. I have used it several times to haul a kayak to the ocean over rough pavement, grass, and beach with no problems.
The strap could be better as it is nylon and tends to slip some on my plastic kayak, but that is something that can be easily addressed with bungees or a piece of rubber.
July 26, 2011
In my Ascend FS12T, I can remove the wheels and fold up and stick it in the rear hold (where a crate could go). I don't use a crate, so I typically put the cart there when I hit the water. I haven't tried the front hatch, but it looks like it would be an awkward fit.
Yes. The wheels are 10-inches in diameter and are secured with a spring loaded clevis pin. Removal and installation is easy and they should fit in most kayak hatches.
You have to be careful when removing and installing the clevis pins, however, as they can easily slip from your fingers when the spring is compressed and get launched several feet. It would probably be a good idea to perform this function away from the water.